Tuesday, October 27

Kim Kardashian in tears as she meets Kanye West in Wyoming for marriage crisis talks

Kim Kardashian West reunited with her husband Kanye West on Monday, after flying into Wyoming where she was pictured sobbing during an intense conversation with the troubled rapper.The 39-year-old reality star is seen crying and looking distressed as she talks to Kanye, 43, in a vehicle following his political campaign rally and Twitter meltdown last week, where he discussed them once considering to have an abortion and also hinting that she'd had an affair with rapper Meek Mill, which Kanye has since publicly apologized for. It is the first time that the married couple have been pictured together since before his disastrous first campaign rally in in North Charleston, South Carolina, after announcing his unlikely bid for presidency.  Crisis talks: Kim Kardashian West reunited w...
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Prince Harry Was ‘Adamantly Opposed’ To A One Year Review As Part Of His And Meghan Markle’s Royal Exit

By Jamie Samhan. 12 secs ago PA/PA Images via Getty Images When the terms of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s exit from the royal family came to fruition in late February, there was one aspect that the Duke of Sussex didn’t even want. After meetings with Queen Elizabeth, Prince Charles and Prince William about their departure as working royals, it was decided to give the couple a one year review period in which they could decide to come back and resume their positions. “He was adamantly opposed to the review process,” a source told The Times, adding that he didn’t want the press to write that there was an option for them to change their minds. RELATED: Prince Harry ‘Prioritized’ Meghan Markle ‘Over Duty To The Greater Royal Family’ They ad...
Local News, Outdoors & Adventure

60 Citations Issued, 15K Boats Inspected For Invasive Quagga Mussels

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – Boaters kept law enforcement and inspectors from the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources busy over Pioneer Day weekend as they searched for watercraft carrying the invasive quagga mussel. Citations were issued to 60 people and more than 15,000 boats were inspected over the three-day weekend. Most of the citations were for failing to stop at inspection stations, according to a DWR news release. Others were cited for failing to follow other state rules put in place to control the spread of the mussels. In addition, 367 boats and other craft were decontaminated with hot water. Crews clean vessels at a Utah Division of Wildlife Resources decontamination station. (Utah DWR) The release said the total number of citations is up for 2020 despite the C...
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Dad gives a beautiful explanation of why it’s ok that his son mows the lawn ‘wrong’

"Think about the honor of the opportunity," B.A. Sheppard says in his viral video, which is the perfect way to think about things during this pandemic. His son is mowing the lawn and he seized the moment to remind us all of the importance of individuality and doing things not necessarily the "right way," but the way that feels right for you."This young man coming toward me in this lawn mower, thats my son," Sheppard says, smiling into the camera. "He's cutting the grass and zig zagging all over the place. And you know what? Its perfectly fine. While I might have cut in a certain pattern, he's doing his thing in the way that he wants to do it. And it's totally okay. He is getting the grass cut. It may not be dad's way, but he's getting it done. And therein is the honor of the opportunity...

The Jays pay for the champions

The Toronto Blue Jays defeated the Washington Nationals on home runs Monday night at Nationals Park. The Queen City team defeated the defending Major League Baseball champions by a score of 4-1. Outfielder Teoscar Hernandez sent the ball out of bounds twice. Rowdy Tellez and Danny Jansen also stretched out their arms. For all of these players, it was their first home tour of the 2020 season. It was pitcher Trent Thornton (1-0) who got the victory. The 26-year-old worked four innings, allowed one run on eight hits and distributed two walks. He also spent three opponents in the mitt. The rescue was recorded by Anthony Bass and the loss was added to Anibal Sanchez's record (0-1). Toronto and Washington will meet on Tuesday for the second game of a four-part s...
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Coronavirus ‘Ask Me Anything’ with Dr. Vinita Dubey (July 29) – The Canadian News

We know you have questions about the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and we’re working to get you the answers, straight from the most trusted sources. Toronto’s Associate Medical Officer of Health, Dr. Vinita Dubey, will answer your COVID-19 related questions in a LIVE video interview on Thursday, May 6 at 12:30 p.m. on our Facebook page as well as here on our website. Submit your questions in the chat window below or on Twitter using #COVIDanswers. Note: questions will be moderated before appearing in the chat window below

Experts reveal how lockdown made hoarding disorder symptoms WORSE 

Since lockdown started, Faye Dawson has been forced to sleep on her sofa and eat sandwiches and cold ready meals because her kitchen is out of bounds.It’s not that she has the decorators in, or that her home — a one-bedroom flat in a desirable part of Central London — is undergoing repairs. The reason Faye can’t access her bed or kitchen is because they are jam-packed with things.Faye is one of the estimated 1.2 million people in the UK living with hoarding disorder, a little-known but debilitating psychiatric condition. Whereas earlier this year she was improving with treatment, the uncertainty of lockdown has increased her compulsion and now she describes her once spotless home as ‘a prison of clutter’.‘Not only do I compulsively buy things I don’t need online, but I also have to chec...

Bas-Saint-Laurent: a young man loses his life in a mountain bike swerve

(Saint-Octave-De-Métis) A young man in his twenties died on Monday after losing control of the side-by-side all-terrain vehicle (ATV) he was driving in a row of Saint-Octave-de-Métis, in the Bas-Saint-Laurent. Posted on July 27, 2020 at 9:51 p.m. The Canadian PressThe accident is said to have occurred around 4:25 p.m. Monday in Cabot Range....
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Ed Sheeran Says His ‘Addictive Personality’ Led Him To Binge Food ‘Until I Throw It Up’

By Corey Atad. 24 secs ago Ed Sheeran is getting candid about overcoming his “addictive personality.” In a new interview with the Sun, the 29-year-old revealed some of the unhealthy habits he developed as his career took off. “I have a very addictive personality. Very, very addictive personality,” he said. “I’m reading Elton John’s book at the moment and there are so many things that he did that I do,” Sheeran continued. “He would be like, ‘I would just go on an ice cream binge and eat four f***ing desserts until I throw it up,’ and I was like, ‘I’ve done that before.’” RELATED: Ed Sheeran Donates $289,000 To His Former School “Or his martini binges, where he sees how many he can drink. And I’m like, ‘I’ve done that before, too.’ He ends up getting really f***ing sad and de...

Thomas Markle slams Meghan and Prince Harry over bombshell biography

Thomas Markle has told his daughter Meghan and her husband Prince Harry that it is the 'worst time in the world to be whining', following the publication of an explosive biography into their relationship with the royal family. Speaking from his home in Rosario, Mexico, he criticised the Sussexes and said he doesn't 'really appreciate what Meghan has become'. The biography, Finding Freedom, has laid bare the friction and tensions that led to Megxit following a breakdown in the relationship between Harry and Meghan and the rest of the Royal Family. Now, Mr Markle, 76, who was also mentioned in the book by Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand, has criticised his daughter and her husband on its release. Harry and Meghan have denied having anything to do with the biography, though questions about ...

Nova Scotia killer had been selling drugs and guns for years

(Halifax) New court documents indicate witnesses told RCMP that the gunman responsible for the mass killings last April in Nova Scotia smuggled drugs and guns from Maine for years and that he had secret compartments inside many of his properties. Posted on July 27, 2020 at 9:31 p.m. Michael tuttonThe Canadian PressThe gunman killed 22 people in addition to starting a series of ...

Janette gives voice to seniors

At 95, Janette Bertrand is saddened to see the place reserved for seniors in Quebec society. “Nobody wants to hear what we have to say. We are too many, ”she drops. The author is now trying to turn the tide by encouraging people of her generation to write their autobiographies. “We do not give the floor to the elders. However, we would have a lot to learn if we listened to them, ”laments Janette Bertrand on the phone. But far from it the idea of ​​pointing an accusing finger at the younger generations. The author admits that she herself failed to take more interest in her mother's past while she was still alive. “I was young, it didn't interest me. I know today that I was foolish and I regret it. Fortunately, I realized it in time and I had the chance ...