Most Americans aren't terribly happy with the direction of the U.S., or either of the major political parties, according to a new poll by CBS News.Words used to describe parties »
There are certain taboo topics that aren't openly talked about, and masturbation — particularly, female masturbation — has certainly been one of them. “There was a time when it wasn't open for women to talk about it,” Dr. Leah Millheiser, director of the female sexual medicine program at Stanford University Medical Center, tells Yahoo Life.
Vanity prevented a Port St. Lucie man from getting away with getting $245,286 in Veterans Administration disability benefits by claiming, among other things, combat experience and arm and leg weakness that prevented him from lifting weights since 2010. While pulling this scam, bodybuilder Zachary Barton and his wife were posting pictures and videos online of Barton pushing heavy iron to build his physique and flexing in the gym and on stage in contests. Investigators began tracking the muscular moves of Barton, such as moving furniture and regular workouts at gyms in Colorado Springs, Colorado, where Barton and his wife moved.
There is a very small Army community that goes through the Combat Diver Qualification Course. It's arguably the Army's toughest course and is likely to be in higher demand in an era of great-power competition. When someone talks about frogmen or combat divers, most people immediately imagine Navy SEALs, the dedicated maritime component of the US special-operations community.
Getting Google to remove your data from search Since there's no truly easy tool for getting your data off of Google, the first thing you'll need to do is navigate to the company's support website at support.google.com and type “Remove select personally identifiable info or doxxing content from Google Search” into the search box. Click the “Read More” button under the box at the top of the screen that says “Remove select personally identifiable info or doxxing content from…” Scroll down to the “Request to remove select info from Google Search” section and click the “Start removal request” button. On the next page you'll be met with a selection of multiple-choice choice questions.
If you purchase an independently reviewed product or service through a link on our website, BGR may receive an affiliate commission. Scientists have injected the first human patient with a new cancer-killing virus. The virus, known as Vaxinia, has seen successful tests in animals.
A couple in Texas is suing Apple for over $75,000 in damages after their son was injured by his Airpods. The parents said their 12-year-old was using his Airpods when an Amber Alert blared through at a high volume. The child suffered a damaged eardrum and will require a hearing aid for the rest of his life.
Convicted California lawyer Michael Avenatti wants leniency at sentencing for defrauding former client Stormy Daniels of hundreds of thousands of dollars, his lawyers say, citing a letter in which he told Daniels: “I am truly sorry.” The emailed letter, dated May 13, was included in a submission his lawyers made late Thursday in Manhattan federal court in advance of a June 2 sentencing. Avenatti, 51, should face no more than three years in prison for his latest conviction, or 4 1/2 years in all, because two convictions have destroyed his life, the lawyers said.
A spokesperson for the Cannes Film Festival did not immediately respond to PEOPLE's request for comment. Related video: Shaun White, Nina Dobrev make their red carpet debut at Cannes On Tuesday, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy addressed attendees at the opening ceremony of the French film festival, getting a standing ovation as he spoke about persevering and the power of filmmaking. His remarks come as Russia and Vladimir Putin continue their invasion of Ukraine.
Fox's former chief political correspondent said law enforcement will eventually have to step in to "stop the lying" coming from places like Fox News and Tucker Carlson. Carl Cameron said Carlson has been "screaming fire in a crowded movie house for years." "Sooner or later the law enforcement and the US government is going to have to stop the lying," Cameron said.
If Larry Summers was right about inflation, then what does he see happening next? That's what I asked myself as I prepared to speak with the noted, public-facing economist this past Thursday. As you may know, last year Summers sounded the alarm about President Biden's $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan, saying it was the 'least responsible' economic policy in 40 years and that it could engender significant and persistent inflation.
A political action committee that posted a nude video of Madison Cawthorngrinding on a man is now targeting right-wing extremist Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-Colo.). The American Muckrakers PAC (also known as firemadison.com) is patting itself on the back for Cawthorn's reelection loss on Tuesday. The organization is seeking any tips on information, photos, videos or documents on Boebert or her associates.
Jack Nicklaus is being sued. According to a report by Sports Illustrated, a complaint was filed May 13 against the golf legend in the Supreme Court of the State of New York by New York businessman Howard Milstein, executive chairman of the Nicklaus Companies who also oversees Golf Magazine and Golf.com. The suit alleges tortious interference, breach of contract and breach of judiciary duty.
Donald Trump's image appears in ads for Boozman and for Sarah Sanders, who served as the former president's White House press secretary and is now running for governor. Sanders, whose endorsement is almost as sought after as Trump's, is helping make the closing argument for Boozman in a TV ad. But conspicuously missing from the ads and the campaign trail is the state's top elected Republican, Gov. Asa Hutchinson, who is entering the final stretch of his term with strong approval ratings and a raised national profile. Hutchinson's advisers say that's because he's concentrating on helping more Republicans nationally as he looks to the future — which might include a White House bid.
Putin has to break from meetings to take medical treatment continually, said one former spy. Christopher Steele told British talk radio station LBC of "increasing disarray in the Kremlin." Steele's comments follow weeks of rumors about the Russian president's health.
A 58-year-old man who went missing in San Jose, California, was found to have died “peacefully and quickly” last weekend, according to his family. Details about the cause of Lan's death are unclear at this time, but it was confirmed by his son, Kevin Lan, who first shared that his father was missing on Facebook. Peter married at the age of 25 before immigrating to the U.S. from Taiwan and getting a master's degree in computer engineering at Syracuse University.
A scene-stealing kid from the film Jaws is now the police chief on the island where the film was made. Jonathan Searle was selected this week as the police chief of Oak Bluffs, Mass., a small town on the island of Martha's Vineyard. "I'm clearly elated and I'm humbled and honored to have been offered the position," he told local newspaper the Vineyard Gazette.
Today's topic is magnesium, the fourth most abundant mineral in the body. Magnesium is involved in 700-800 metabolic processes. It is vital for protein synthesis, nerve and muscle function, blood sugar control, inflammation, stress reduction, sleep and blood pressure regulation.
At least one person was killed after a tornado touched down in Gaylord in Otsego County, Michigan, May 20, according to Michigan State Police. This footage, captured by Brendan Gutenschwager, shows an aerial view of the destruction and damage caused by the storm. MSP said at least 43 people were injured and transported to local hospitals.
Several adult children among the 13 siblings freed in 2018 from virtual imprisonment in their abusive parents' Southern California home found themselves a year later feeling pressured by the county's guardian to move to an apartment in disrepair in a crime-ridden area, court documents showed. Court documents are slowly being released in Riverside County that were previously sealed in the disturbing case that attracted international attention when details emerged showing the parents shackled and starved their children for years. In a 2019 court filing, an attorney for the adult children of David and Louise Turpin wrote that three of the siblings were taken to see the apartment by an employee for the Riverside County Public Guardian's office and were “fearful to object so they indicated that the apartment was okay with the expectation that other apartments would be viewed."
Valentyna Romanenko - Saturday, 21 May 2022, 23:27 Strike aircraft of the Ukrainian Air Force destroyed over a dozen pieces of Russian military equipment, including 2 Solntsepek thermobaric multiple rocket launchers, on Saturday, 21 May. Solntsepek, or TOS-1A is a multi-barrel rocket launch system. The system is equipped with a rack of incendiary or thermobaric rockets and has high destructive capacity.
A Wisconsin couple fought for their lives after a bear forced its way into their home and attacked, police told news outlets. It happened at a home near Medford on Friday, May 20, the Taylor County Sheriff's Office told TV station WSAW. It was around 11 p.m.
The disease is the fifth most common cancer in Canada and one of the most frequently diagnosed among men. According to the Canadian Cancer Society, it's estimated that in 2022, 13,300 Canadians will be diagnosed with bladder cancer, 2,500 of whom will die from the disease. Because the warning signs of bladder cancer are often mistaken for other health conditions like urinary tract and kidney infections, early detection may not be as clear-cut as other diseases.
A small Maine town shut down after its clerk resigned, the Bangor Daily News reported. Christen Bouchard quit after her vacation request was denied, per the outlet. A tiny town in Maine effectively shut down after its clerk resigned from her job after her vacation request was rejected, a local outlet reported this week.
A General Staff press release says that Russians were trying to move their military personnel and armored vehicles across a pontoon bridge over the Siversky Donets river. The Ukrainian shelling resulted in heavy losses for the Russians, amounting to at least one tactical battalion group, the General Staff said. The Ukrainian army has already destroyed several pontoon bridges that the Russian invasion forces have been trying to construct in order to be able to cross the Siversky Donets river in force.
When police confronted the white man suspected of killing 10 Black people at a Buffalo supermarket, he was the very poster boy for armed and dangerous, carrying an AR-15-style rifle and cloaked in body armor and hatred. Buffalo Police Commissioner Joseph Gramaglia that day cited their training and called it “a tremendous act of bravery.” “It's important to emphasize this is not about why aren't police killing white supremacist terrorists,” said Qasim Rashid, a human rights lawyer and satellite radio host who was among those on social media making posts about the subject.
“It could give millions a chance to finally buy a house or start their business or help their kids get an education, too.”
“You signed a contract…If you don’t want to deal with the financial pressure of debt, don’t take out the loan.”
“Without action from Biden, Black student debt will hinder his agenda with respect to eliminating racial inequities.”
“Blanket relief could end up routing too much relief to those who do not need it and too little to those who do.”
“Unlike a number of other policy issues, student debt relief doesn’t need to be pushed through a narrowly controlled Congress.”