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Sen. Ted Cruz is seizing on a moment at the end of President Biden's speech on the supply chain Thursday where he turned around and stuck his hand out as if to shake hands but there was no one behind him. After realizing there was no one to shake hands with, Biden stopped, looked around for a moment and then walked off the stage. Cruz, R-Texas, quoted the clip and added a wide-eyed emoji. Biden visited Greensboro, North Carolina, to see North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University as part of an effort to apply pressure on Congress to approve the Bipartisan Innovation Act, which aims to increase funding for domestic production of semiconductors. He told the crowd that 70 percent of U.S. inflation could be blamed on Russian Leader Vladimir Putin.

Elon Musk mocks Mark Zuckerberg the 'Sun King' for his total power over Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram and says if his $43b takeover over Twitter is approved he would open up the app to the public to ensure free speech 

Elon Musk on Thursday accused Mark Zuckerberg of exercising too much control over public debates, describing him as 'Zuckerberg the 14th' in a mocking reference to the Sun King. Musk, 50, was in Vancouver for a TED conference, and was asked about his plans to buy Twitter, which he confirmed earlier that morning. He insisted that it was 'not a way to make money', but rather a bid to defend democracy and protect freedom of speech. Asked what he would say to critics pointing out that the world's richest man controlling such an influential platform could be considered dangerous, Musk replied that he wanted to make the platform more open, not more restricted. 'As for media sort of ownership, I mean, you've got Mark Zuckerberg owning Facebook and Instagram and WhatsApp, and with a share ownership structure that will have Mark Zuckerberg the 14th still controlling those entities,' Musk said, in what was thought to be a reference to Louis 14th, the all-powerful 'Sun King'. 'Like, literally,' Musk added, to laughter. 'We won't have that at Twitter.' Musk said that he wanted to keep the maximum number of shareholders within Twitter, rather than dominating it himself.

Commissioner Chris Magnus, 61, criticized Abbott for bypassing the government when deciding to bus migrants to DC.

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Republican lawmaker Steve Daines of Montana became the first senator to visit war-torn Ukraine since Russia's invasion in February, witnessing mass graves in Bucha on Thursday.

Senator Dianne Feinstein, 88, said she 'regularly' meets with leaders and isn't 'isolated' after four senators, a California Congress member, and former staffers said she had memory loss.

Mumsnet users took to the forum to share their experience of being very attractive after a 40-year-old woman, who is 'fat and pale' asked if it makes life easier.

The 67-year-old (pictured) was slapped with the jail term at an LA court over the deaths of 26-year-old escort Gemmel Moore and 55-year-old porn actor Timothy Dean.

Road rage driver, 56, is charged with attempted murder after mowing down and REPEATEDLY driving over woman, 23, with his SUV in New Jersey

Vincent Jean (inset), 56, rammed the 23-year-old victim with his Mitsubishi SUV several times during his rampage in Elizabeth, New Jersey, on Tuesday. Witnesses screamed as they watched on in dread as he backed up then revved forward over the pedestrian. The woman, who has not been named, miraculously survived and is being treated in hospital in a critical condition.

El Shafee Elsheikh, 33, (inset) was convicted in Virginia on Thursday of killing four American hostages. Elsheikh was one of the three members of a group called the 'Beatles,' which consisted of three British ISIS members who went by George, John, and Ringo. Elsheikh was reported Ringo and the group took several hostages to demand imprisoned ISIS militants or large ransoms. The group filmed the deaths of the hostages for propaganda films. Elsheikh was reportedly an 'important' and high-up member of ISIS. Like other high-powered terrorist members, Elsheikh could end up in Colorado's notorious Supermax Florence ADX. Other high-profile criminals, such as  El Chapo, Boston bomber Dzhokar Tsarnaev are also housed inside the facility. The prison is known for its harsh conditions, including keeping inmates locked up for 23 hours a day and having no communication with prisoners. The 'escape proof' supermax prison sits on 37 acres of land, deep in the foothills of Rocky Mountains. It compromises of 490 seven-by-twelve foot cells with all inmates living in soundproof isolation. Each cell contains a bunk, desk, stool, shelf, a steel sink, and toilet. In addition to the bare minimum, each inmate gets a three-foot window that's only four inches wide.

Biden has no shot of getting reelected because of his 'spectacularly low' approval rating and Democrats will be crushed in midterms, former top Clinton pollster says

A former Clinton pollster is calling Joe Biden's re-election 'virtually impossible' as the president faces a low approval rating of 33 percent that is even lower among independents (26) and Republicans (3). 'These are spectacularly low numbers,' said Mark Penn, the founder of PSB Insights and a former Hillary Clinton campaign pollster. 'To really get down to it, only a third being favorable and in the 20s on independents, of course makes [Biden's] reelection a virtual impossibility. 'The administration has got to pivot or this is going to be a tornado of a midterms if these numbers continue to hold up,' Penn said Thursday during an appearance on Fox News. Biden has faced multiple crises during his first year in office, from the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic to inflation and surging gas prices, which the Biden administration has blamed on 'Putin's Price Hike' after the US sanctioned Russian oligarchs and companies in response to the invasion on Ukraine. Penn says the president has had more than enough time to build goodwill with the American people. 'The administration has got to pivot or this is going to be a tornado of a midterms if these numbers continue to hold up. And frankly, they've had month after month here to do something to turn around on inflation, on immigration, on Ukraine, on crime. And they just haven't done it.' Penn, who has become a staunch supporter of former president Donald Trump in recent years, said the administration has to 'signal big changes' in energy and 'OK some pipelines.' He added: 'On immigration, they've got to close the border and signal they really want comprehensive immigration reform. Bring that back. Be a leader in that. 'On crime, they need to show that, look, if local DAs won't do the job, the feds will step in.

Dr. Erica Anderson, 71, said the rise in children coming out as trans or non-binary is the result of peer pressure and called for rigorous health evaluations to be done before teens transition.

'This will represent the most significant protections for life that have been enacted in this state in a generation,' DeSantis said as he signed the bill.

Mystery as more than 100 people at same New Jersey high school get rare brain cancer: Survivor demands answers after he, his wife and sister who died all fell sick 

More than 100 students and staff who either attended or worked at a school in Woodbridge New Jersey all had rare brain tumors - glioblastoma multiforme - an aggressive cancer. According to the American Association of Neurological Surgeons, glioblastoma is normally extremely rare with an incidence of 3.21 per 100,000. The link was uncovered by a former resident of student of Colonia High School in Woodbridge Township after Al Lupiano, 50, left with wife Michele, was diagnosed with the rare form of cancer in 2002. His wife was diagnosed within the last year and his sister, seen right, died last month from the disease. Lupiano put out a plea for more people to come forward resulting in 102 cases. The vast majority of those who have developed brain tumors 'graduated between 1975 and 2000. Lupiano believes some form of ionizing radiation may be in the soil at the grounds of the school where it was built in the 1960s to be the cause.

Immune cells against glandular fever may hold the key to treating multiple sclerosis. The T-cell therapy has been created by US firm Atara Biotherapeutics, based in San Francisco, California.

American Heart Association today called for improvements in diagnosis methods and awareness of the condition. Its chair said the disease is often 'hidden or missed'.

In the 30 hours between the attack and his arrest, however, James was seen - and photographed - strolling around Manhattan, seemingly without a care in the world, as thousands of cops scoured the city in a frantic effort to track him down. Immediately after fleeing the scene at the 36th Street subway station, James - who donned a orange construction worker-style vest, hardhat, and gasmask during the attack - ditched his gear, and reportedly boarded a southbound R train for one stop, exiting at 25th Street. Video footage from a bodega by the station shows James, in all black, emerging from the subway system at 8:30 am, before walking away. About five minutes later, at roughly 8:35 am James was seen on video, in black, walking past Greenwood Cemetery blocks away to board a bus, which he took to a subway stop at Seventh Ave. and Ninth St. in Park Slope. James then bought a mask at the 9th Street Quick Stop, less than two miles from the scene of that attack that occurred just a half hour before. James, a career criminal who lives in Philadelphia, managed to lay low for the rest of the day, somehow evading thousands of cops mobilized after the attack, which saw the suspect fire off 33 shots at the trapped straphangers, injuring 10. That night, law enforcement sources revealed, James crossed the bridge into Manhattan, where he stayed at the Chelsea International Hostel on West 20th St overnight. The next morning, at roughly 10:30 am, the suspect was spotted - and photographed - dining outdoors at trendy Chinatown eatery Dimes on Canal St., by  Twitter user Jack Griffin, who shared two photos of the suspect to social media. One of the photos posted by Griffin, at 10:29 am, showed a heavyset man matching James' description walking down Canal Street still dressed in black, while another showed him sitting at Dimes' outdoor dining area 'just staring into space,' Griffin told The News.

Parag Agrawal, the CEO of Twitter (inset), told staff on Thursday that a decision had not yet been made about Elon Musk's $43 billion takeover bid, as Mark Cuban (left) speculated about Musk's motives. Cuban, the billionaire owner of the Dallas Mavericks, said on Thursday that he believes Musk is toying with the SEC - who famously fined him and Tesla $40 million in 2018. Musk himself on Thursday denied that he wanted to buy Twitter for financial reasons, insisting he was motivated by protecting freedom of speech. 'This is not about the economics,' Musk said, speaking at a TED conference in Vancouver. 'Twitter has become kind of the de facto town square, so it's really important that people have both the reality and perception that they are able to speak freely, in the bounds of the law.'

Musk is attempting to expand his booming business; the SpaceX founder (pictured inset today), 50, announced on Wednesday that he wanted to buy Twitter for $43 billion. According to Bloomberg, Musk is currently the wealthiest person in the world - with a net worth of around $260 billion. But how did Musk go from a nerdy child living in South Africa with an absentee mother and emotionally abusive father to the richest man on Earth? As he gears up to potentially purchase Twitter and expand is already-enormous list of business ventures, FEMAIL has taken a look back at his career.

An NFT of former Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey's first tweet - which former Twitter CEO sold last year for $2.9 million - was listed for $48 million, but only received an top bid of just $280.

IVES: Just like Teldar in Wall Street - Twitter is an underperforming company. It has lagged behind it's social media competitors like Facebook. Musk saw an opportunity to go for Twitter and he took it.

Elon Musk has offered to buy Twitter for $41.39billion. If Twitter's board rejects his offer, he could launch a hostile takeover. Analysts argue the company cannot afford to reject his 'generous' bid.

Harry and Meghan's surprise 'olive branch' meetings yesterday represented the first time the couple had returned to the UK together in two years. It is not known how the couple arrived - whether they took a private jet or flew in commercially - but their presence is the talk of locals on the Windsor estate, the Mail understands. They arrived incognito on Wednesday and are believed to have stayed at Frogmore Cottage, the home they have kept on despite quitting the UK where Princess Eugenie and her family currently stay, overnight. They are not believed to have their children, Archie and Lilibet with them.

CIA Director William Burns, inset center, called China, led by President Xi Jinping, 'a silent partner in Putin's aggression', seen right. Burns said China posed the 'greatest challenge' confronting the U.S. and 'the most profound test that CIA has ever faced'. Burns also decried 'horrific' crimes committed by Russian forces in Bucha and throughout Ukraine. He warned subsequent phases of the war, soon to enter its eighth week, would involve continued bloodshed. He also revealed how the agency had changed tactics with a new policy of publicly releasing declassified intelligence about Russia's plans.

The pride of Russia's fearsome Black Sea fleet was taken out yesterday in one of the most cunning operations of the war. Ukrainian commanders destroyed the huge Moskva warship by using drones to distract its defence systems and allowing surface-skimming missiles to strike. The 12,500-ton cruiser's protective sensors seemingly did not see the Neptune rockets heading its way because they were tracking Turkish TB2 drones. Providing a massive boost to morale in Kyiv, and a huge blow to Vladimir Putin's navy, two missiles slammed into the port side of the 611ft Moskva, rocking her violently and causing a catastrophic explosion and huge fires.

James Heappey has said the Russian president is wrong if he thinks a response to him using banned weapons would require a Nato vote. Pictured: An injured Ukrainian soldier.

'Doomsday dad', 46, who wanted 'control over the lives and deaths' of his wife and three kids is convicted of killing them - and the family dog - in Florida Disney town after just six hours of deliberation

Anthony Todt, 46, was found guilty on Thursday of killing his three kids and his wife in 2020 at their Florida home as autopsy results showed the victims overdosed on Benadryl and were fatally stabbed. Prosecutors weren't seeking the death penalty, which means Todt will receive a mandatory life sentence. Judge Keith A. Carsten called Todt 'a destroyer of worlds', while the father-of-three was seen constantly shaking his head as he was in dismay from learning his verdict.

Shocking moment man on scooter knocks down woman, 59, on street then returns to try and rape her in crime ridden NYC 

This is the shocking moment a man riding a scooter knocks down a woman walking along a Brooklyn street. As the battered woman struggles to stand up, the man on the scooter returns. Within seconds, the suspect viciously grabs the woman dragging her and slapping her repeatedly. As she tries to fight back the man rips the victims pants and underwear off and sexually abuses her, according to the NYPD. As the ferocious attack was unfolding, a few vehicles drove by, but it appeared that no one came forward to help the victim.

Amanda Quinonez, 30, served as an english language arts teacher, as well as the swimming and water polo coach at Eleanor Roosevelt High School in California.

Police still have no leads after Jared Bridegan, 33, was gunned down on February 16 when he got out of his family's black Volkswagen Atlas in Jacksonville Beach to move a tire in the road.

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Dr. Laurel Anderson, a marriage counselor who worked with the couple for a total of 21 sessions beginning in October 2015, gave revealing testimony during Depp's $100million defamation trial in Virginia. Dr. Anderson said, 'I know she led (the fight) on more than one occasion and started it to keep him with her because abandonment and having him leave was her worst nightmare'. 'If he was going to leave she would strike him to keep him there. She would rather be in a fight than have him leave,' Dr. Anderson added. She said Depp was 'triggered' by Heard and said 'they engaged in what I saw as mutual abuse'.

Amber Heard's former personal assistant Kate James from 2012 to 2015 testified Thursday in Johnny Depp's $100million defamation against the actress in Fairfax, Virginia.

Alexander Kraus, 41, was charged with murder on Thursday after being arrested for allegedly shooting dead his 37-year-old brother and rapper Arthur 'Archie' Eversole in a Atlanta on April 3.

An attorney for the OnlyFans model who stabbed her ex-boyfriend to death in Miami is denying that she's been 'afforded special treatment' but admits that the pair had a 'tumultuous relationship.' Courtney Clenney, 25, called 911 after stabbing Christian Obumseli in the shoulder at the One Paraiso Building - a luxury skyscraper in Edgewater, Miami - on April 3. She told police she acted out of self defense and was not arrested. Her lawyer Frank Prieto says she's been treated like any other civilian by the justice system. 'Courtney is mourning the loss of Mr. Obumseli, in private, out of respect for his family. 'Justice in this matter calls for no arrest or charges. It is absolutely irresponsible for the family's attorney (who was not present and has not seen the evidence in this case) to allege that the events of that evening were "unprovoked" or to insinuate that she is being afforded special treatment,' Prieto told The Sun. Obumseli, 27, was reportedly seen sleeping in common areas of the building after he and Clenney broke up last month. Meanwhile, a friend of the couple said she only ever saw 'her hit him' - not the other way around, as Obumseli's family demand that Clenney be charged with his murder. The couple had recently moved from Austin to Miami. Clenney's lawyer says there's enough proof that she acted in self defense, as a victim of 'domestic violence and trafficking,' when she fatally stabbed Obumseli earlier this month. 'Since the events of that tragic night, Courtney has been filled with absolute grief and despair,' Prieto said in a statement to The Sun.

Las Vegas firearm safety presentation that warned black people to 'lick the chicken grease off your fingers before shooting' sparks outrage - but gun instructor says it was a joke

A gun safety instructor who told black members of a Las Vegas class to 'lick the chicken grease off [their] fingers before shooting' denied that he was racist, saying that he was trying to 'shock their system' to remember 'an important safety rule.' At the annual VegasCCW event at Clark County Library on April 10, instructor Nephi 'Khaliki' Oliva (who also spells his name 'Nafi') showed a slide featuring a caricature of a black man wearing sagging pants wielding a side-cocked gun, and another slide showing an illustrated beer-bellied white man holding a beer in one hand and a rifle in the other. They were labeled 'Firearm Safety for Black People' and 'Firearm Safety for White People,' respectively. Oliva read bullet points pictured alongside the black caricature to the audience: 'ALWAYS shoot the gun right side up' and to 'ALWAYS lick the chicken grease off your fingers.' He read two more bullet points: 'ALWAYS make sure there's a white person around so you have someone to blame for everything that goes wrong in your life' and  'ALWAYS aim for small children to ensure you actually hit another gang member.' Alongside the white man, the bullet points read:  'ALWAYS put your beer down before handling a firearm,' 'ALWAYS keep your finger out of your nose while shooting,' 'ALWAYS wear a wife beater on the range' and 'ALWAYS make sure there are no minorities in your backdrop.' In videos from the event posted to social media, some members of the large audience can be heard laughing at the racially-motivated jokes while others voice their displeasure. Many denounced the message and wondered how the quips were relevant to a class for concealed carry permits. But Oliva told KSNV that he included the slides 'to take a very mundane subject that gets forgotten very easily but is very important and making it memorable by shocking their system.'

The actor, who was best known for playing Eugene Felsnic in the 1978 movie Grease, is in jail in Maryland after being taken in for burglary, trespassing and disturbing the peace.

Inside a dietitian's fridge: Expert reveals exactly what she stocks up on every week to stay healthy all year round

A dietitian has offered a glimpse inside her healthy fridge, complete with plant-based milk, fresh fruit, vegetables, nuts, dips and sweet treats.   Sydney mum Rebecca Gawthorne, better known as Nourished Naturally online, tries to 'eat the rainbow' with a huge selection of seasonal fruit.  She also stocks an extensive variety of vegetables inside her fridge, including cabbage, radish, carrots, cucumber, beetroot, zucchini, spring onion and herbs.

Bored Panda has rounded up a selection of shocking interactions from around the world that have been shared on viral Instagram account @ByeFelipe in the hopes of exposing creepy men 'who turn hostile when rejected or ignored'. Pictured left to right: A woman whose Tinder match listed all his issues with women, a woman whose match on an dating app tried to start a sexual conversation within minutes and another woman who mocked a man's penis size using a meme.

Ben Crump compared the Michigan cop who shot Patrick Lyoya to a Russian soldier killing Ukraine citizens. He has called for the officer involved in the shooting to be fired and prosecuted.

James Franco appears to be enjoying the monogamous life these days, with girlfriend Izabel Pakzad, after previously admitting to his sex addiction and womanizing past.  The self-confessed Lothario was spotted catching some rays with his actress girlfriend over the weekend during a sun-soaked getaway in Miami.  Exclusive DailyMail.com photos show Franco, 43, and Pakzad, 29, sunbathing with friends on the luxury sunbeds of the Faena Hotel Miami Beach. Pakzad was seen showing off her stunning beach bod in a baby blue teeny bikini as she went for a dip in the ocean. Franco, meanwhile, appeared to be avoiding tan lines and covered up in a long-sleeve t-shirt and black cap while reading a book called 'Naked Lunch' on a lounge chair.

Ismael Herrera filed the divorce papers on April 7, only to discover days later that his estranged wife, Lizelle Herrera, 26, had taken abortion pills and was wrongfully charged with murder.

'Smoking Roach' steals spotlight from 'Pizza Rat' as most vile creature in NYC: Internet bugs out over viral video of six-legged pest 'dragging' on a cigarette

'Roach just trying to have a smoke in peace #whatisnewyork' the caption on the video read. In the short clip, the insect can be seen dragging a cigarette end as it scurries away from the person filming it. As of Thursday night, the video had already garnered over 21,000 likes on Instagram. The video was filmed outside of an undisclosed residential building, according to the New York Post. 'NY roaches are not leading the healthy lifestyles, it's the stress,' one person commented. 'How dare he! He's not 25 feet from the entrance,' another commenter joked, referencing the city's smoking ordinance.

On Wednesday's show, Sajak, 75, asked White, 65, if she watches opera while nude after an opera singer guest won big. White responded with a firm 'no' but then smiled and laughed it off.

White House climate adviser Gina McCarthy is said to be eyeing her departure, left with little to do now that President Biden has tabled his ambitious climate agenda/

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Pope Francis washes the feet of a dozen inmates at a Rome prison in a ceremony during this year's Holy Week

Symbolizing the number of Jesus' apostles, the twelve inmates sat on chairs on a raised platform. The pontiff washed, dried, then kissed the feet of each of the inmates, all who were wearing masks against the spread of COVID-19. Some inmates leaned over to kiss the pope's hands in gratitude. In the prison chapel, the pope celebrated a Mass attended by inmates, some prison staff and Italy's justice minister, the Vatican said in a statement. Holy Week, which draws hundreds of thousands of faithful to the Vatican, began with Palm Sunday Mass on April 10 in St. Peter's Square and culminates this Sunday at Easter, when the faithful mark the resurrection of Jesus. This year, the Good Friday torch-lit Way of the Cross procession in Rome returns to its traditional venue at the ancient Colosseum after a two-year absence due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Crews work to save WWII destroyer USS The Sullivans from sinking in Buffalo and pump out up to 13,000 gallons of water a minute

Crews are trying to keep the USS The Sullivans from sinking into Lake Erie. The vessel suffered a breach on the right side of the hull, causing it to go under. Industrial sump pumps brought to the Buffalo, New York waterfront are being used to remove 13,000 gallons of water out of the ship each minute. The Erie County Naval & Military Park president claims officials are pumping the water out exceeds the amount at which it is coming into the destroyer. The park official said there is 'no chance that the ship actually going to sink'.

Horrific moment naked home invader holds gun to woman's head after breaking into her home and holding her and her elderly father hostage in San Diego

Newly released body cam footage from San Diego police shows the harrowing standoff between officers and half-naked home-invader Demetrius Trussell, 40, after he broke into a woman's home and held a gun to her head. Trussell, who was out on a parole on the night of the incident, had terrorized up to six homes in the 24-hours leading up to the final altercation, which he called a 'Mexican standoff' as he threatened to shoot his 50-year-old female hostage in the kneecap

Skriver, who turns 29 today, posed for the SI Swim 2022 Issue in a teeny yellow string bikini by Ashley's Bikinis (left). On Instagram, the post has earned fawning comments by fellow SI Swim models Camille Kostek, Brooks Nader, Tanaye White, Katrina Scott, and Katie Austin. Skriver made her debut in SI Swim in 2020 and was named Rookie of the Year in 2022. Earlier this month, she married singer-songwriter Alexander DeLeon in Mexico. Sports Illustrated Swim also debuted a new photo of Brooks Nader, who is returning for 2022 as well (right).

Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss (inset), 40, famous for suing Mark Zuckerberg over Facebook, bought the New York City penthouse for $14.5 million in 2014, with the billionaires hoping to flip the 4,300-square-foot loft for $16.95 million. The luxurious penthouse at the top of a seven-story building (top right) features three floors with three bedrooms, three-and-a-half bathrooms and a 2,200-square-foot terrace that presents panoramic views of the Freedom Tower, Hudson Yards and Empire State Building. The first floor includes a large living room area (bottom left), a kitchen, bedroom, a full and half-bathroom, as well as a library-media room. The second floor holds the master bedroom (top right) with its own bathroom, the largest in the penthouse, and two large walk-in closets. The third floor features the sprawling terrace (bottom right), complete with an outdoor bar, to take in the New York City skyline.

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Sick dolphin that washed ashore in Texas dies after beachgoers tried to RIDE it

A group of people, who have not been identified, had found the beached dolphin at Quintana Beach County Park on Sunday evening, and tried to push it back into the water to ride it, the agency told the Houston Chronicle. The dolphin eventually became stranded on the shore again, and died before rescuers could arrive. Pictures of the incident, obtained by the Chronicle, show the beached dolphin while a group of beachgoers can be seen playing with the sick marine animal along the shallow water. Meanwhile, the agency told the news outlet that it had alerted the park manager regarding the stranded dolphin, while asking them to remain with the animal as officials made their way to the scene.

Charlotte Hornets forward Miles Bridges apologized Wednesday after throwing his mouthpiece into the crowd and hitting a young girl, 16, during a season-ending loss to the Atlanta Hawks.

Valerie Watson, 34, from San Diego, has covered 78 per cent of her body with tattoos. She wants people to know she's still a great mom and wants to clear up 'misconceptions' about face tattoos.

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Ben Fogle travelled to alternative community called Slab City in California for his new Channel 5 documentary Ben Fogle & The Lost City, which will air next Thursday. The adventurer met with married couple Jesse and Peter, who live with lover Ryan in 'Rabbit side,' left. He also met with Pirate Bob, right, who talked to him about the justice system the community rely on.

Al Pacino has been dating new girlfriend Noor Alfallah - who is 53 years his junior - since the pandemic, it has been claimed. The 81-year-old Hollywood legend was recently seen cozying up to his 28-year-old girlfriend during a dinner party with Jason Momoa after visiting Julian Schnabel's latest Pace gallery in the Mid City area of LA.  'Pacino and Noor started seeing each other during the pandemic,' sources told PageSix. 'She mostly dates very rich older men, she was with Mick Jagger for a while, and then she dated Nicholas Berggruen.' The insider added: 'She has been with Al for some time and they get on very well. The age gap doesn't seem to be a problem, even though he is older than her father. Noor is vice president of Lynda Obst Productions at Sony, and is also reportedly developing two feature films with Obst.

The figures, based on 311 attendances over a two-year period at a Finnish hospital, showed that nearly a third of cases - 31 per cent - involved a fracture or dislocation.

Eveline Smit, from the Netherlands, revealed her sausage dog Loulou was tongue-tied when a chick gave her an affectionate nip, during an Easter-themed shoot for her pets' social media.

Nancy Lubbers, 87, from South Dakota, dusted off her $35 white lace gown for the heart-warming shoot with her 91 year-old husband, Melvi, organized by their photographer granddaughter, Anna. The couple's daughter Melissa found Melvin's Korean war army suit for him to wear. The couple married in 1952 when Nancy was just 16-years-old, and Melvin went to war three weeks later.

   

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