No more NCAA championships in anti-transgender locations
No more NCAA championships in anti-transgender locationsBy Wesley Mullerlailluminator.com 4 hours agoThe National Collegiate Athletic Association Board of Governors announced Monday that it will hold NCAA championships only in locations that are free from discrimination against transgender student-athletes and welcoming of all participants. The NCAA said in a press release that it “firmly and unequivocally” supports the participation of transgender student-athletes...lailluminator.com
Toddlers abandoned by smugglers at border wall released from Border Patrol custody
Toddlers abandoned by smugglers at border wall released from Border Patrol custodyBy Julian Resendizpix11.com 5 hours agoEL PASO, Texas (Border Report) – The two Ecuadorian toddlers caught by a surveillance camera being dropped over the border barrier and abandoned by smugglers are one step closer to being reunited with their family in the United States. The girls ages 3 and 5 on Monday were released from...pix11.com
Gingrich: 'Very dangerous time' with police being vilified, especially for minorities
Gingrich: 'Very dangerous time' with police being vilified, especially for minoritiesBy Charles CreitzPosted by Fox News 3 hours agoFormer House Speaker Newt Gingrich, R-Ga., joined "Hannity" on Monday and warned that with the exponential increase in police officers being vilified in the public square, including in the form of anti-police violence and harassment, marks a dangerous time for the United States. Gingrich told host Sean Hannity that such...www.foxnews.com
Squad member calls for end of US policing, which she says is 'intentionally racist'
Squad member calls for end of US policing, which she says is 'intentionally racist'By Brittany De LeaPosted by Fox News 4 hours agoSquad member and progressive Michigan Democrat Rashida Tlaib alleged in a Twitter post on Monday night that the death of Daunte Wright "wasn’t an accident" as she appeared to call for an end of policing. In the post, Tlaib indicated that the police system should be ended because it could...www.foxnews.com
Migrant mother expelled by US says family faces certain death if they return home
Migrant mother expelled by US says family faces certain death if they return homehazard-herald.com 5 hours agoCNN's Rosa Flores reports on migrants who were expelled by the Biden administration living in squalor, fearing returning home, across the border in Reynosa, Mexico.www.hazard-herald.com
Sheryl Underwood Addresses Text Messages from Sharon Osbourne and the Future of Their Relationship
Sheryl Underwood Addresses Text Messages from Sharon Osbourne and the Future of Their RelationshipPosted by extratv 4 hours agoGetty Images“The Talk” returned today, marking the show’s first episode since Sharon Osbourne’s exit last month.The show went on hiatus after a heated exchange between Sharon and Sheryl Underwood about racism. Osbourne later left the show.In today’s episode, Sheryl addressed the conversation, text messages she received from Sharon, and the future of their relationship.Underwood explained, “I thought I was having a conversation with a friend, but also I knew I had to be an example,” saying she “didn’t want to be perceived as the angry Black woman.”“I wanted to remain calm and remain focused, and it’s difficult to go back to that day because I just feel the trauma,” adding that she felt “trapped.”Co-host Elaine Welteroth was with them that day and said, “When you go back and watch what happened in that episode, you will see two Black women walking the same tightrope that Black women are walking every single day in the workplace.”She went on, “We knew that we had to stay composed in that situation, even in the face of someone who was A, not listening, and B, who went off the rails into disrespect.”After the exchange, Sheryl spoke out on a podcast and said she hadn’t heard from Sharon. Osbourne responded by sending the Daily Mail text messages she claimed she had sent to Underwood to apologize.Sheryl addressed the texts on Monday’s episode, saying, “I want to clear something up. There was a discussion about Sharon and I communicating with each other. I have not spoken to [her], and do not have any phone call, missed or received, that I can find in my phone [from her].”Underwood added, “But there were text messages sent to me,” confirming that she did not “speak about or acknowledge those text messages” because she was unsure if she was allowed to communicate with Sharon in the midst of a network investigation.Osbourne had told DailyMail.com, “I not only sent these messages to Sheryl but I apologized to her in person in her dressing room.”In one text from March 12, Sharon wrote to Sheryl, “Sheryl, My heart is heavy and I’m deeply saddened by the events that transpired on Wednesday. I don’t want to lose my true friend over this. Im sorry for telling you to f**k off during break, I’m sorry for accusing you of fake crying while we were live on air and I’m sorry for losing my temper with you. I felt shocked, scared and saddened by what felt like was a blind sided attack. You know me. You know how I’ve always had your back. We’ve outlasted everyone on this show and that’s because we’ve always been a team and had each other’s backs. I consider you a genuine friend. If you want to talk on the phone over the weekend I’m here. Once again from the bottom of my heart I’m sorry. Is there anything You need from me or that I can do to help you heal? Love and respect always - Sharon.”The text went unanswered. Three days later, Sharon texted, “Hi Sheryl. I know you’re taking space and I don’t want to disrespect that. I’m just reaching out because I want you [to] know I’m thinking about you. If you are willing, can we talk before Wednesday? Big kiss.”In her third text on March 18, Sharon wrote to Sheryl, “Sheryl I am thinking about you. Hope you are well. Sending my love.”Meanwhile, Sheryl says people have asked what she would do if she saw Sharon today.She explained on "The Talk," “If she greeted me warmly and sincerely, I would give her back the same, because we’ve been on this show for 10 years. I want people to understand when you’re friends with somebody, you stay friends. And what did Maya Angelou say? When people show you who they are, believe them.”Welteroth added, “The first time,” and Underwood agreed, saying, “Real talk.”
Candace Owens: Mansion buy proves BLM founder Cullors a true 'Marxist': 'They steal and enrich themselves'
Candace Owens: Mansion buy proves BLM founder Cullors a true 'Marxist': 'They steal and enrich themselves'By Fox News StaffPosted by Fox News 3 hours agoConservative author and commentator Candace Owens said Monday on "Tucker Carlson Tonight" that in purchasing a Topanga Canyon, Calif., mansion, Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Khan-Cullors proves she is the "trained Marxist" she claims to be, because Marxists by definition steal from others to enrich themselves. CANDACE OWENS: She has...www.foxnews.com
Police pull Black teen out of her car “by her hair,” put a knee on her, and point a gun at her young cousins
Police pull Black teen out of her car “by her hair,” put a knee on her, and point a gun at her young cousinsPosted by Chattanooga Daily News 4 hours agoA teenager was mishandled by the police who grabbed the girl by her hair and dragged her out of the car. The 17-year-old girl was arrested in Michigan because she was driving with only a permit and without an adult present in the car. She was yanked out of her mother’s SUV at a traffic stop with excessive force as seen on the footage from the body cams worn by the police. A cop even pulled a gun on the two other minors, aged 14 and 15, who were with her in the car. “I wasn’t understanding why they were asking me to get out of the car,” Clary said. “So I was trying to ask them, why, what’s wrong? But they just grabbed me out of the car.” Michael Fortner, the family’s attorney said, “They snatched her out by her hair. This girl weighs 105 pounds, if that, soaking wet. You’ve got 250-pound officers beating up on a 17-year-old weighing 105 pounds.” Clary’s mother, Maria Woods, expressed her disappointment in how things were handled as well. “I was very hurt that that happened to my child and I was scared for her,” she said.Nevaeh Anderson, one of the cousins in the car was scared for her life when the police pulled them over and even burst into tears. “I thought he was going to shoot us because we tried to get out the car,” Anderson stated. The fear the youngster felt is not unfounded since the police are known to use disproportionate force against Black people in similar cases. Just recently, a Black man was shot by police as he was getting back into his car after he was stopped by them. Daunte Wright was shot while he was in the driver’s seat and crashed a few blocks away. He was later pronounced dead. This has sparked protests demanding justice for Wright in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota.As for Clary, she was arrested and charged with reckless driving, resisting arrest, and disobeying a stop sign. She is an honor roll student at River Rouge and will attend Alabama State University on a scholarship in the fall. Despite the undue physical force was used on a teenager, the officers involved have not been formally disciplined because the girl’s family has not yet filed a complaint. “Why you need the family to complain when you see officers mistreating kids like this,” Fortner said. “These are babies.” The River Rouge Police Department, however, has said that they will review the incident and they will also “take the matter seriously.” Darnell Blackburn, a law enforcement trainer said, “We’re looking at this as objectively as we can, I think the point of it is, that just because something is justified, doesn’t make it just. Did he have every reason to do everything he did? Absolutely, he had a reason as an officer, but it doesn’t necessarily make it just. it could’ve been handled differently and it could’ve been done a different way.” Fortner said a lawsuit against the River Rouge Police Department is in the works.
realme is investing $30 million to launch seven R&D centres to focus on 5G technology
realme is investing $30 million to launch seven R&D centres to focus on 5G technologytechnave.com 3 hours agoIf you are familiar with realme, you would know by now that they are quite aggressive in marketing. Apart from releasing new phones every month, the company is also on a mission to implement 5G technology on several upcoming smartphones. To support this, they are investing and setting up new Research and Development centres for 5G.technave.com
Are you ready for COVID monitoring microchip to be implanted under your skin? US government scientist just reveals a new implantable microchip that continuously monitors your body for COVID
Are you ready for COVID monitoring microchip to be implanted under your skin? US government scientist just reveals a new implantable microchip that continuously monitors your body for COVIDBy Nickie Louisetechstartups.com 3 hours agoForget about coronavirus vaccines. The U.S. government is working on futuristic technology that will continuously monitor your body for signs of the coronavirus before you even realize you had one. Yesterday, the Pentagon’s Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) revealed that it has developed an implantable microchip that it says...techstartups.com