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Are politicians doing enough for Britain’s poorest people? ‘It’s not ok to leave that to charity’

Dame Louise Casey led the scheme to arrange temporary accommodation for thousands of rough sleepers at the start of the pandemic. Now, with most of the country likely to face Covid restrictions for many more months, she says the government must “resurrect a sense of kindness and giving” to help people struggling in the “tough…
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Gov. Cuomo’s outdoor dining curfew a killer on Super Bowl Sunday
Big Apple sports bars normally look forward to the Super Bowl, but this year’s 10 p.m. outdoor-dining curfew is expected to leave them cold.  The big game will extend past the curfew, forcing restaurants to shut off their big screens and kick out patrons at halftime. Unless the curfew is lifted, restaurant and bar owners...
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TikTok star shares sleepwalking adventures captured by security cameras
A Canadian paranormal writer and social media influencer has astounded her millions of followers with sleepwalking videos.
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Camille Kostek celebrates boyfriend Rob Gronkowski’s Super Bowl appearance
Model Camille Kostek has shared a celebratory photo after her boyfriend, Rob Gronkowski, secured a win leading him to the Super Bowl next month.
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Tom Brady's former Patriots teammates praise him following NFC Championship win: 'This man is all the GOATS'
Tom Brady is back in the Super Bowl -- but this time he’s leading the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
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Amar’e Stoudemire wins big on horse named ‘Knicks Go’
The current Brooklyn Nets assistant coach won $700.
Rudy Giuliani Warns Dominion Against Lawsuit: 'I'm a Crazy Guy, I Really Am, Just Really Crazy'
"What do you think I am, some kind of jackass?" Rudy Giuliani, attorney for former President Donald Trump, said of a $1.3 billion defamation lawsuit filed against him by Dominion Voting Systems on Monday.
Could Trump derail his impeachment trial?
Elie Honig argues that the Constitution allows for the impeachment of a former president, but the merits of the argument about whether a former president can be impeached and tried are only the starting point. "Things get really messy when we consider how a legal challenge might play out."
Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler pepper-sprays man who accosted him outside pub
Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler pepper-sprayed a man who accosted him after he dined at a local pub on Sunday night, according to reports. Wheeler was with former Portland mayor Sam Adams when a man confronted them outside McMenamins Hillsdale Brewery & Public House, according to a police report obtained by The Oregonian. The man reportedly...
Black journalists' group demands that CBS fire local TV executives following report of "racist" comments
The LA Times story includes images of a Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission complaint filed by a former employee accusing an executive of making "racist, sexist, homophopic and discriminatory comments."
South Korea has used AI to bring a dead superstar's voice back to the stage, but ethical concerns abound
Recent AI performances have excited fans of their music and the technology, but others have raised concerns about the ethics and legalities of resurrecting the voices of the dead.
UFC targets Robert Whittaker vs. Paulo Costa for April 17 main event
A fight between a former UFC middleweight champion and a former title challenger is in the works for April 17.        Related StoriesUFC targets Robert Whittaker vs. Paulo Costa for April 17 main event - EnclosureTriple Take: Who should Conor McGregor fight after UFC 257 loss?Dustin Poirier didn't feel Conor McGregor's 'aura' in rematch: 'I was just fighting another man'
Dr. Fauci in one-on-one interview with Erin Burnett
CNN's Erin Burnett and Dr. Anthony Fauci discuss his time working under the Trump administration and how he feels about the divisiveness across the US.
Hail falls in Pasadena as cold spell grips Southland
Hail fell on Pasadena and other foothill communities Monday evening, carried by the winter storms that swept over much of Southern California.
Tucker: Democrats' sweeping 'For The People Act' would 'enshrine fraud,' as lawmakers seek to stifle dissent
Democrats will control the federal government for decades or more if a sweeping new proposal touted as comprehensive government reform becomes law, Tucker Carlson said on Monday.
Justin Timberlake on being a father despite fame: ‘We’re not weirdly private, but we’re conscious’
Justin Timberlake is one of the most well-known celebrities around the world, but he is also a loving father of two
Cactus League adds new wrinkle to MLB, union’s game of chicken: Sherman
MLB wants a universal DH. The players association wants a universal DH. These sides actually agree on something. Yet, there may not be a universal DH in 2021. Such is the relationship between these factions. MLB a few weeks back offered the universal DH as part of a larger package that, among other items, asked...
NYC parents learning that the adults who run the system always put children’s needs last
Parents of public-school kids are now stuck fighting both the teachers’ union and City Hall — and realizing that the adults who run the school system don’t really care about the kids. The city Department of Education can’t figure out how to make remote learning work; only drastically lowered standards — e.g., no attendance requirements...
UFC legend B.J. Penn arrested for DUI
B.J. Penn’s legal woes continue to mount in his post-fighting life. The former UFC lightweight and welterweight champion was arrested Saturday in Honokaa, Hawaii, for driving under the influence, according to ESPN. He was released pending an investigation, per the report. The arrest is the latest in a series of troubling incidents for the MMA...
Dominion contemplates next legal move after Giuliani lawsuit
Dominion Voting Systems has sued former President Donald Trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani for defamation after he pushed claims of election fraud against the company. CNN's Tom Foreman reports as the company contemplates its next legal moves.
First U.S. Case of More Transmissible COVID-19 Variant From Brazil Reported in Minnesota
Minnesota health officials announced Monday that the first case of Brazil's "P.1" COVID-19 variant was detected following a random sampling of test specimens.
Trump sends a message to Senate Republicans ahead of his trial
The ex-president could seek vengeance on GOP senators if they break with him on impeachment and vote to convict.
Sylvester Stallone lists Beverly Park mansion for $110 million
Movie star Sylvester Stallone is aiming for a blockbuster sale in Beverly Park, listing his 21,000-square-foot mansion for $110 million.
Arman Tsarukyan adjusted to short-notice change; now he wants Al Iaquinta
Take a look inside Arman Tsarukyan's win over Matt Frevola at UFC 257 in Abu Dhabi.       Related StoriesBrad Tavares ready to be active again after first win in nearly three yearsMarcin Prachnio feels emotions of first UFC win after three years of workMovsar Evloev ready for UFC's top 10 featherweights – but not interested in Nate Landwehr anymore
South Korean has used AI to bring a superstar back to life, but ethical concerns abound
For the first time in 25 years, the distinctive vocals of South Korean superstar Kim Kwang-seok will be heard on national television singing new material.
South Korea used AI to bring a superstar's voice back to life, but ethical concerns abound
For the first time in 25 years, the distinctive vocals of South Korean superstar Kim Kwang-seok will be heard on national television singing new material.
Woman donates kidney to her best friend, saving her life again
Delivery driver finds baby abandoned by carjacker
Man dies after snowmobile falls through ice
Outbreak linked to classic wrestling tournament
Kansas City says no parade if team wins Super Bowl
Woman gets new wheelchair thanks to fellow athletes
Video shows moment NYC firefighter knocked unconscious from falling AC
An FDNY firefighter was knocked unconscious when an air conditioner fell from a window and struck him in the head while he was battling a Brooklyn blaze on Monday morning, sources said.
Sen. Rand Paul clashes with ABC's Stephanopoulos: 'You're forgetting who you are as a journalist!'
Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky. had a fiery exchange with ABC News' George Stephanopoulos on Sunday over the challenge to the 2020 presidential election with the top GOP lawmaker questioning the anchor's journalistic integrity.
California paid out $11 billion in bogus jobless claims in 2020
Investigators are looking into possible fraud involving $20 billion more.
Fauci says he worried Trump's disinfectant comment would make people 'start doing dangerous and foolish things'
Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation's leading infectious disease expert, said Monday evening he was extremely worried by former President Donald Trump's dangerous April suggestion that ingesting disinfectant could possibly be used to treat Covid-19.
The stars of ‘Our Friend’ on their new film
“Matt went through as hard a thing as one can go through. To come out the other side as a story of friendship was remarkable …"
Grenell: Forget Biden and Harris -- here's who's really calling the shots in the new administration
Former Obama national security adviser Susan Rice doesn't occupy a seat in the Oval Office, but the White House Domestic Policy Council director is calling all the shots in the new administration, former acting DNI Ric Grenell said Monday.
Rudy Cashed In on ‘The Big Lie’ From Donald Trump, and Now the Bill May Finally Be Coming Due
Photo Illustration by The Daily Beast/Photos GettyMonday, Jan. 25, just might be remembered as the beginning of the end for wild right-wing disinformation—the day that Trumpists finally started paying a price for spreading lies that they knew to be lies.And not just any price, but 1.3 billion-with-a-b dollars. That’s what Dominion Voting Systems is demanding in a defamation lawsuit (PDF) against Donald Trump’s personal attorney, Rudy Giuliani, for his alleged role in spreading “the Big Lie” about election theft.I’m sure that Rudy, who says that he’s a crazy guy and that he’ll be countersuing since the suit by America’s second largest voting equipment maker is just “another act of intimidation by the hate-filled left-wing to wipe out and censor the exercise of free speech, as well as the ability of lawyers to defend their clients vigorously,” has that kind of money lying around. After all, he was paid so handsomely by the Trump campaign. Just kidding!Read more at The Daily Beast.
South Korean has used AI to bring a superstar back to life, but ethical concerns abound
Recent AI performances have excited fans of their music and the technology, but others have raised concerns about the ethics and legalities of resurrecting the voices of the dead.
The fourth Senate impeachment trial of a President in US history is just two weeks away. Two of the trials will be Trump's
Kyrgios credits Australia for its Covid-19 response
Tennis star Nick Kyrgios says he feels safe at the prospect of playing in this year's Australian Open as he played down complaints from fellow stars who are quarantining ahead of the tournament in Melbourne.
Apple AirPods Pro earbuds are on sale for less than $200 at Amazon right now
The coveted AirPods Pro from Apple are on at the lowest price we've seen on them in nearly a month—get the details.
Man caught on video being beaten, stripped in NYC was targeted gangbanger
A Brooklyn man who was pummeled by about a dozen people after getting off a bus from Atlanta was a gangbanger who was targeted in the attack, police sources told The Post. The 26-year-old beating victim was pounded after getting off the bus near Canal Street in Manhattan around 11:30 a.m. Friday in a brutal...
D.C. Riot Suspect Was 2019 ‘Sexy Farmer’—but Only 4th Place
Jordan RevlettBefore Jan. 6, Jordan Revlett’s claim to fame was as the fourth-place winner of the 2019 “She Thinks Her Farmer’s Sexy” contest, sponsored by Owensboro, Kentucky, insurance agency Ohio Valley Insurance. But now the 22-year-old will be known for something else entirely. Revlett was picked up Monday by agents from the FBI’s Louisville Field Office and charged with unlawful entry on restricted grounds and violent entry or disorderly conduct in connection with the Capitol riots. Revlett’s Twitter timeline is packed full of pro-Trump messages, but a post in 2019 referenced a happier time. “I’d like to thank everyone that voted for me, almost 8,000 votes,” Revlett wrote after being honored by the community for his lantern jaw and ripped physique. “This started as a contest, but it turned into much more than that for me. It turned into my friends and family making sure that I got what I wanted and I really couldn’t appreciate anymore [sic] than I do.” Read more at The Daily Beast.Got a tip? Send it to The Daily Beast here
Bernie Sanders Most Followed Lawmaker on Twitter and Facebook for Last Six Years
Sander's popularity could have to do with the length of time he has spent in Congress, his past presidential campaigns or his voice as a progressive left-winger.
Portland driver goes on deadly rampage, striking several pedestrians
A Portland, Ore., driver was arrested Monday after striking multiple pedestrians across several blocks, killing one and hospitalizing five others, police said.
House Submits Trump Impeachment Article to Senate; Trial to Begin in 2 Weeks
The House impeachment managers delivered one article of impeachment to the Senate on Monday evening, formally marking the start of the second impeachment trial against former President Donald Trump, though the trial itself will not begin until the week of February 8.
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‘Bachelorette’s’ Dale Moss opens up about split from Clare Crawley: ‘There’s no one person to blame’
In a series of Instagram Stories on Monday, Moss noted that he finally felt "comfortable" to speak on the situation after the split.
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