Sep 16 11:14

However, the move has triggered fury on social media, with angry Britons questioning government priority amid the chaos over testing and the new rule of six. Malcolm Wood wrote on Twitter: 'You can't be together in no more than six, so let's go to the

The Queen and Prince Philip have been seen leaving Balmoral Estate together today for their new bubble at Sandringham, as they continue to enjoy spending an unprecendented amount of time together.

Sep 16 11:13

Fauci admits vitamins C, D minimize risk of COVID-19 infection

Discussing different ways to help minimize the risk of “catching” the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19), Fauci told Garner that it would not be the worst idea to supplement with these two vitamins, which he claims he takes regularly to keep himself healthy.

“If you’re deficient in vitamin D, that does have an impact on your susceptibility to infection,” a grainy Fauci told Garner through the digital platform. “I would not mind recommending, and I do it myself, taking vitamin D supplements.”

Vitamin D, as we have reported on in the past, is a powerful pro-hormone that studies show protects against all sorts of ailments – and sadly, most of the world is deficient in it.

Fauci went on to admit that the other vitamin people should take is vitamin C “because it’s a good antioxidant.” Fauci added that if people want to take “a gram or so of vitamin C, that would be fine” because the citrus nutrient is known to help boost the immune system.

Sep 16 11:11

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Sep 16 11:09

Simone Biles Stands in Solidarity With Olympic Runner Semenya Caster After Controversial Ruling: ‘This Is Wrong on So Many Levels’

Real recognizes real, and greatness knows who it holds company with. It’s no surprise, then, that champion gymnast Simone Biles was among those offering full-throated support to South African track star Caster Semenya, who lost an appeal last week to be able to compete as she was born.

Sep 16 11:06

Rochester Mayor Fires Police Chief and Suspends Two City Officials Over Daniel Prude's Death

In New York, Rochester Mayor Lovely Warren has fired the police chief and suspended two city officials due to their handling of Daniel Prude’s death.

Sep 16 11:06

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange withheld 15,000 documents about Afghanistan war to 'protect innocents from being harmed', investigative journalist tells extradition hearing

Former Der Spiegel reporter John Goetz told Julian Assange's extradition hearing that WikiLeaks was 'removing bad stuff' to ensure no one was put at risk.

Assange, 49, is wanted in the US for allegedly conspiring with army intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning to expose military secrets between January and May 2010.

The US claim the WikiLeaks founder published the un-redacted names of US informants living in Iraq and Afghanistan. This potentially put their lives in danger, Washington says.

However, Mr Goetz, who worked with The Guardian and New York Times on the Afghan files, said there was no evidence harm came from the leaks.

Sep 16 11:04

CNBC's Jim Cramer calls Pelosi 'crazy Nancy' to her face - then blames Donald Trump for the nickname

CNBC's Jim Cramer called House Speaker Nancy Pelosi 'crazy Nancy,' to her face Tuesday morning, utilizing the nickname President Donald Trump has given her.

Sep 16 11:02

Boeing hid 'catastrophic' design flaws in the 737 Max before two crashes that killed 346 people in a rush to get the plane certified as fit to fly, scathing report finds

Boeing and the Federal Aviation Administration were both criticized in a scathing report by the House Transportation Committee after the crashes in Indonesia in October 2018 and Ethiopia in March 2019.

The reports said that Boeing hid 'catastrophic' design flaws in a bid to beat deadlines so the 737 Max could be certified as fit to fly.

Both the stricken planes were Boeing 737 Max 8 jets - a model which met FAA requirements but was grounded around the world in the wake of the second disaster 18 months ago.

'The fact that a compliant airplane suffered from two deadly crashes in less than five months is clear evidence that the current regulatory system is fundamentally flawed and needs to be repaired,' the report released early Wednesday said.

Sep 16 11:02

We DID need a bigger boat! Fisherman believes he hooked Britain's BIGGEST shark... but '1,200lb' 11ft monster was too vast to bring ashore in 32ft vessel

Fisherman Rob Rennie thinks broke record for catching largest mako shark in UK
The 49-year-old caught 11ft shark off Wales' West coast with help of his friends
Makos are the world's fastest shark species and are classified as endangered

Sep 16 11:00

Magical moment a pod of dolphins join two unsuspecting swimmers as they enjoy a dip in regional Victoria on the first day restrictions are eased

Pod of dolphins were seen jumping around two unsuspecting swimmers
The two swimmers were relaxing in Lorne in regional Victoria on Wednesday
Dolphins started swimming under and around them and playfully jumping out
Regional Victoria will move to stage three of easing of restrictions at 11.59pm

Sep 16 10:58

EXCLUSIVE: 'Look at this body man.' Listen to Michael Cohen laugh while his friend drools over his teen daughter Samantha and tries to guess size of her breasts, prompting Trump's ex lawyer to whip out her Victoria's Secret modeling photos

Michael Cohen is heard laughing while a friend praises his daughter Samantha's body and tries to guess the size of her breasts, audio obtained exclusively by reveals.

Sep 16 10:57

United States' international image falls to record lows in new poll of 13 countries - with vast majority having 'no confidence' in Donald Trump

The international reputation of the United States has declined further in the wake of its handling of the coronavirus pandemic, according to new research Tuesday from the Pew Research Center.

Sep 16 10:52

Kamala Harris Joins Gavin Newsom For Tour Of Wildfire-Ravaged California Town And Accuses Trump Of 'Climate Denial' - A Day After President Blamed The Democrat Governor's Land Management For The Blazes

Kamala Harris accused Donald Trump of climate denial the day before she toured a wildfire-ravaged California town with Gavin Newsom, reigniting the growing feud between the President and Governor of California.

Sep 16 10:49

Chinese Software Firm That 'Provides Intelligence To The Government And Military' Collects Data From 50,000 Americans - Including Prominent Public Figures And Military Leaders

A Chinese software firm that allegedly provides intelligence to the Chinese government has been collecting data from Americans - including prominent public figures and military leaders - since 2017.

Sep 16 10:43

Wetherspoons customer, 20, is convicted of a racist hate crime after ordering a banana to a black man's table using the pub chain's phone app

Louie Kincella, 20, said he sent the fruit to Mark D'arcy-Smith, 25, 'for a joke'
Kincella was arrested at his home and convicted of a racially aggravated offence
Media consultant Mr D'arcy-Smith has been left shaken by degrading episode

Sep 16 10:43

Donald Trump hails 'dawn of a new Middle East' as leaders of Israel, UAE and Bahrain sign peace deal at the White House and says he believes Saudi Arabia will ALSO recognize Israel

President Donald Trump on Tuesday hailed the 'dawn of a new Middle East' when he presided over the signing of historic diplomatic deals between Israel, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain in a deal designed to boost his reputation as a statesman.

Sep 16 10:43

Terence McKenna: Psychonaut, Father Of The Stoned Ape Theory Of Evolution

Back in our pre-history, several species of humans marched to the slow and steady beat of evolution, but when homo sapiens hit the scene, they demonstrated a giant leap forward in cognitive functions. This has puzzled anthropologists. Just how did homo sapiens acquire their superior brain functions in such a short amount of time? A fish-based diet? Alien DNA? One off-the-wall pseudoscientist, amateur botanist, psychonaut, and hallucinogenic drug advocate named Terence McKenna developed his own idea: the "stoned ape" theory of evolution.

Sep 16 10:42

Judge throws the book at 13 alleged Lancaster rioters and sets $1M bail for seven of them - after they 'tried to storm police precinct' in the wake of fatal cop shooting of crazed black knifeman

Thirteen protesters who were arrested during clashes with police in Pennsylvania at the weekend remain behind bars after a judge slapped the majority of them with bonds of $1 million each.

Sep 16 10:35

Boris Johnson admits testing system can't cope as government quietly axes daily capacity figures and UK faces 'lockdown by default' with offices and schools forced to SHUT - so what HAS 'testing tsar' Dido Harding been doing to prepare for second wave?

Boris Johnson has defended the creaking testing system saying there has been 'huge, huge demand'
Health Secretary Matt Hancock has admitted that Covid tests will have to be rationed amid shambles

Sep 16 10:34

Revealed: Relatives say 12-day-old baby Elon was mauled to death after family's pet Chow Chow-cross Teddy leapt out of garden pen - as parents are both arrested for gross negligence manslaughter

Elon, who was just 12-days-old, was mauled to death by the dog in Doncaster
Ambulance crews rushed to the scene but the baby boy could not be saved
South Yorkshire Police rushed to property in the village of Woodlands on Sunday

Sep 16 10:33

Louisville Pays $12 Million To Breonna Taylor’s Family, Promises To Overhaul Police Operation

The city of Louisville has agreed to pay the family of Breonna Taylor $12 million to settle a lawsuit over her death by police in March.

Sep 16 10:32

White Bar Owner Indicted in Fatal Shooting of Black Man During Protest

A white bar owner in Nebraska was indicted Tuesday in the fatal shooting of a Black man during a protest in May, a case that a prosecutor had initially declined to prosecute after characterizing the bar owner’s actions as self-defense.

The bar owner, Jake Gardner, was indicted by a grand jury in Douglas County on four counts, including manslaughter, use of a firearm in the commission of a felony, attempted first-degree assault and making terrorist threats, officials said.

The authorities said that Gardner, 38, confronted a group of men outside one of his bars in Omaha on May 30 and was knocked to the ground. From there, he fired two warning shots and tried to get to his feet, prosecutors said. As he did, Gardner got into a fight with one man, James Scurlock, 22. The two scuffled before Gardner fired a shot that killed him.

Sep 16 10:05

Huge Dump Of Articles And Videos Showing Arsonists To Blame – Not Climate Change – For Fires On The West Coast

The West Coast is on fire and tens of thousands of people are being evacuated and displaced as a result. The MSM and ‘Fact Checkers’ are trying to convince the American people that arsonists aren’t responsible for deliberately setting wildfires on the west coast. Pelosi wants you to believe that “mother earth is angry” and that these fires are a result of climate change, but that couldn’t be further from the truth. So far the death toll is rising and Oregon officials are saying they are preparing for a ‘mass fatality event’.

Sep 16 10:05

Trump told Bob Woodward he was stunned at the outrage over his summit with Kim Jong-Un, saying 'what the f**k? It's just a meeting'

Bob Woodward on Tuesday revealed how President Trump was surprised there was public outrage over his meeting with Kim Jong-Un, suggesting his other only option would've been to sit at home reading a book.

Sep 16 10:05

Graphic testimony reveals poker player Susie Zhao was burned ALIVE after being sexually assaulted - as registered sex offender, 60, prepares to stand trial

A man accused of sexually assaulting and killing professional poker player Susie Zhao in Michigan will go on trial after it was revealed during a preliminary hearing that she was burned alive.

Sep 16 10:00

Kim Kardashian is joined by Leonardo DiCaprio and a slew of stars for 'freeze' Instagram day as Hollywood decides to protest 'hate speech' on the Mark Zuckerberg-owned platform

A host of stars have joined Kim Kardashian West in vowing to 'freeze' their Instagram and Facebook accounts on Wednesday, claiming the platforms allow for hate, propaganda and misinformation to spread.

Sep 16 09:59

‘BIG TEN FOOTBALL IS BACK’: Conference Reverses Course After Massive Backlash From Athletes, Fans

The Big Ten conference is planning to restart its fall football season in October, a win for hundreds of thousands of athletes, parents, and fans who pressured the conference to play.

Sep 16 09:59

'Told the boss not to call me "dude"': People reveal the strangest reasons they were FIRED as part of a hilarious hashtag trend - so who do YOU think is the worst offender?

People are taking to Twitter to share the bizarre things that ended up getting them fired from their jobs as part of a viral hashtag trend.

Sep 16 09:58

Los Angeles Angels Owner: ‘It’s Very Necessary To Vote For President Trump

Speaking at a “Latinos for Trump” roundtable in Phoenix, Arizona, Arte Moreno, the owner of MLB’s Los Angeles Angels and the first Mexican-American to own a major sports team in the United States, stated that all Latinos should get out and vote, adding, “It’s necessary to focus on today and the future, and it’s very necessary to vote for President Trump.”

Sep 16 09:57

MS-13 gang member who could 'face the death sentence over murder of a rival' was mistakenly RELEASED from a New York state prison and free for five days before FBI noticed

New York prison officials mistakenly released an MS-13 gang member facing a federal murder charge and it took five days to get him back behind bars last week.

Sep 16 09:57

Los Angeles Angels Owner: ‘It’s Very Necessary To Vote For President Trump

Speaking at a “Latinos for Trump” roundtable in Phoenix, Arizona, Arte Moreno, the owner of MLB’s Los Angeles Angels and the first Mexican-American to own a major sports team in the United States, stated that all Latinos should get out and vote, adding, “It’s necessary to focus on today and the future, and it’s very necessary to vote for President Trump.”

Sep 16 09:55

New trial begins for 'cannibal who raped and butchered his ex-girlfriend before EATING her brain' - as jurors are warned they'll be shown crime scene photos 'worse than anything you would see in a horror movie'

A new trial is now underway for an Indiana man accused of raping and butchering his ex-girlfriend before eating parts of her body - as jurors have already been warned they will be shown crime scene photos worse than any horror film.

Sep 16 09:54

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Sep 16 09:51

Missouri's billion-dollar prison healthcare system contract now up for grab

The battle for Missouri’s lucrative prison health care program has commenced in earnest.

Gov. Mike Parson is looking to settle on a four-year deal with an option of four one-year renewals that could be worth upwards of $1 billion to some private vendor, according to media reports.

Sep 16 09:45

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Sep 16 09:44

Trump calls Watergate reporter Carl Bernstein a total nut job after he branded him a 'homicidal president' organizing 'homicidal assemblies'

Watergate reporter Carl Bernstein has slammed Donald Trump as a 'homicidal president' who is hosting 'homicidal assemblies' with his indoor campaign rallies amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Sep 16 09:44

COVID-19 vaccine to be free for all Americans, though many are skeptical about taking it

The COVID-19 vaccine will be free for all Americans who want to get it, according to a federal government plan submitted to Congress this week detailing how a vaccine will be rolled out nationwide once one is approved.

Sep 16 09:43

Horowitz: Plague of violence: Career criminals wreaking havoc on our country

Whether it's a devastating arson in Oregon, a heinous physical attack caught on camera in New York City, or an ambush of cops throughout the country, you can bet the farm that it was committed by a career criminal who spent barely any time behind bars.

Sep 16 09:42

Big Ten Conference reverses itself, votes to bring back college football during pandemic

It's official. Big Ten college football will return in October.
The Big Ten Council of Presidents and Chancellors announced Wednesday after a unanimous vote that the conference's football season will resume on the weekend of Oct. 23-24. The announcement

Sep 16 09:38

Trump again claims Biden is on drugs to help him focus - and says he will appear on Fox & Friends 'every Monday' only for host to say they have NOT done a deal with President

President Donald Trump said during a call-in interview he will appear on Fox News each Monday on a weekly basis – although TV co-hosts cautioned during a live interview that it is only on a 'case-by-case basis.

Sep 16 09:37

Trump-appointed HHS official who told followers to 'buy ammunition' for after election and accused CDC of 'sedition' apologizes - then urges colleagues to listen to The Grateful Dead

The top communications official at the Health and Human Services Department has apologized for his bizarre Facebook live session where he claimed that political opponents 'are going to have to kill me' and that Democrats are plotting an armed insurrection.

Sep 16 09:33

Veteran Chicago radio host is fired for tweeting that an ESPN sideline reporter's outfit belonged at a porn awards show

A Chicago radio host has been fired after he remarked that an ESPN sideline reporter's outfit belonged at a porn awards show.

Sep 16 09:32

Iran warns the UAE and Bahrain they will bear 'severe consequences' after they signed an historic peace deal with arch-foe Israel

Iran has warned the UAE and Bahrain they will be responsible for 'severe consequences' caused by the signing of an historic peace deal with Israel.

Sep 16 09:12

Trump Compares His 'Playing Down' Of Covid Threat To Churchill Telling Churchill Londoners That 'Everyone Is Going To Be Safe' During The Blitz

Donald Trump claimed Tuesday that Winston Churchill was 'not so honest' in what he told the people of Britain about Nazi bombings during World War II.

Sep 16 09:12

Black Voter Tells Donald Trump His Make America Great Again Slogan Is 'TONE DEAF' And Tells Him 'You Haven't Acknowledged There's A Race Problem In This Country' - With President Replying: 'There's None With Me'

A Philadelphia-based black pastor confronted President Donald Trump at Tuesday night's ABC News town hall telling him that the 'Make America Great Again' slogan is 'tone deaf.'

Sep 16 09:08

LA Sheriff's say carjacker who sparked a huge SWAT response before his arrest is NOT the Compton gunman - despite fevered speculation during standoff

The LA County Sheriff's Department has insisted a huge SWAT response and armed standoff with a carjacker was not related to the ambush of deputies in Compton over the weekend - despite huge speculation it was - as tensions continue to mount across the city.

Sep 16 09:08

LA county sheriff says vile protesters who chanted 'we hope they f***ing die' after two deputies were shot during Compton ambush are 'almost worthy of ISIS'

Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva has said protesters who chanted 'we hope they f***ing die' after two deputies were shot during an ambush in Compton are 'almost worthy of ISIS'.

Sep 16 09:06

Beer bandit BLM protester who downed elderly couple's drink at Pittsburgh restaurant and screamed 'f*** the white people' is charged with harassing diners along with two others

Three people are now facing criminal charges for harassing diners at a restaurant in Pittsburgh during a Black Lives Matter protest over Labor Day weekend.

Sep 16 09:06

Trump claims he 'played UP' the coronavirus after bombshell admission he 'played it down' - and says it will 'go away WITHOUT a vaccine' - after diabetic man challenges him at town hall

President Donald Trump defended his handling of the coronavirus during a town hall meeting that aired Tuesday night – including from a former supporter who asked him why he threw 'people like me under the bus.'

Sep 16 09:05

Donald Trump angrily slams report he called dead troops 'suckers and losers' as 'LIES' as he is challenged over the military at town hall with voters - but calls Jim Mattis 'disgruntled' and attacks John McCain again

President Donald Trump angrily slammed The Atlantic's report that said he called dead American soldiers 'losers' and 'suckers' after a voter at ABC News' Tuesday night town hall asked how he'd win back military support.