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Jack Buckby

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Summer hotspot Provincetown issues face mask advisory after new COVID outbreak

A coronavirus outbreak linked to a Cape Cod summer vacation hotspot prompted local health officials on Monday to institute a new mask advisory, a report said. Residents in Provincetown, Massachusetts, are being advised to wear the face coverings indoors following the cluster of 132 cases that is believed to have stemmed from Fourth of July celebrations, NBC Boston reported. Many of those infected are fully vaccinated and 89 of them are Massachusetts residents, the report said. As part of the
By Charles Lipson
• New York Post

Telling the ‘deplorables’ to shut up only feeds extremism

At age 15, I joined the biggest white-nationalist party in the UK, the British National Party. In the last decade, the BNP became hugely popular in blue-collar areas, feeding off workers’ misery following the 2008 crash and mainstream politicians’ refusal to discuss mass migration amid an economic crisis. I have since left the BNP and rededicated myself to countering its poison. And there is a lesson in my radicalization for the incoming Biden administration and US elites. It began with unaddre
By Jack Buckby
• New York Post

Ex-US Embassy staffer drugged, sexually assaulted 23 women on video: feds

A former staff member at the US Embassy in Mexico allegedly drugged and sexually assaulted at least 23 women over the past decade, federal investigators say. Brian Jeffrey Raymond, 44, is being investigated after photos and video footage of the reported encounters were uncovered from a bedroom in his Mexico City apartment, according to court documents obtained by the Daily Beast. The pictures and video showed several women who were unconscious and a man waving their limp arms and legs, holding
By Rob Taub
• New York Post

Arizona Uber driver arrested for sexually assaulting intoxicated passenger

An Arizona Uber driver was arrested Monday for sexually assaulting an intoxicated passenger, reports said. Mark Anthony Taylor, 30, picked the woman up from a house party in Scottsdale early Saturday morning, according to court documents obtained by NBC 12. A friend of the victim told cops she spoke with the ride-share driver before helping the woman into his car, advising Taylor that “she was extremely intoxicated and needed to get home safe.” Police told NBC 12 the friend kept an eye on the
By Rob Taub
• New York Post

Lesbian couple slams Facebook after it bans video of them touching foreheads

A lesbian couple in the UK has slammed Facebook for rejecting a video they posted of themselves gently touching their foreheads for its “sexually explicit adult content,” according to a report. Singer-songwriter Sera Golding-Young, 36, and her wife Frankie, 32, posted the video as a sponsored ad for a new album – but it was banned under the social media giant’s “Objectionable Content” clause, which forbids nudity or sexual activity, Cavendish Press reported.
By Lucy Varley
• New York Post

Joanna Jedrzejczyk looked like ‘a zombie’ after UFC 248 bout

Joanna Jedrzejczyk reckons her brutal UFC fight with Zhang Weili left her looking like “a zombie”. The Polish martial arts icon battled her way to the bitter end of a bruising women’s strawweight fight at UFC 248 back in March. The encounter left her with a bloodied face and a forehead so massively swollen that she looked almost unrecognizable. And the former Muay Thai boxer came away from the epic bout with an enormous hematoma.
By Sandra Brobbey
• New York Post

Most Super Bowl party attendees enjoy the food more than the game

Food is officially more important than the game when it comes to reasons for attending a Super Bowl party, according to new research. A survey of 2,000 American adults asked respondents the top reasons for getting together on the biggest sporting day of the year — and found that food topped the list (56%). That was followed by simply being social (54%), while less than half (49%) said the game itself was the main reason they’ve taken part in a Super Bowl party in the past. The number four and
By Arielle Lyons
• New York Post

Nun battling Katy Perry says singer ‘has blood on her hands’

Sister Rita Callanan has endured a year from hell after a court battle with Katy Perry over her order’s Los Angeles convent — a fight that, she says, has left her nearly paralyzed, penniless and without a home. “I really didn’t like Katy Perry. I’m sure she doesn’t like me,” the 81-year-old nun told The Post.
By Chris White
• New York Post

Popular cash advance app Earnin operating in payday loan ‘gray area,’ critics claim

Critics say Earnin’s marketing and business models resemble those of Payday 2.0, and that its tactics may be intended to skirt regulations on payday lending, which has been banned in 15 states including New York because of sky-high interest rates that can top 500 percent on an annualized basis.
By Kevin Dugan
• New York Post

The stories behind history’s dumbest diets

A few weeks ago, the Internet had a good chuckle over a bizarre diet unearthed from a 1977 issue of Vogue. The three-day regimen, which was first published in Helen Gurley Brown’s 1962 handbook “Sex and the Single Girl,” consisted of little more than three hard-boiled eggs (poached, “if necessary”), a paltry 5 ounces of steak, a bottle of white wine a day — including a glass at breakfast! — and lots of black coffee. As one Twitter user pointed out about the “crash diet”: “I think I’d crash abou
By Adrienne Bitar
• New York Post

The stories behind history’s dumbest diets

A few weeks ago, the Internet had a good chuckle over a bizarre diet unearthed from a 1977 issue of Vogue. The three-day regimen, which was first published in Helen Gurley Brown’s 1962 handbook “Sex and the Single Girl,” consisted of little more than three hard-boiled eggs (poached, “if necessary”), a paltry 5 ounces of steak, a bottle of white wine a day — including a glass at breakfast! — and lots of black coffee.
By Adrienne Bitar
• New York Post

Mom breastfeeds 5-year-old daughter because she thinks her milk is medicine

A mom who still breastfeeds her 5-year-old daughter before and after school every day claims her milk is so good it has stopped her children from getting sick. Emma Shardlow Hudson, 29, breastfeeds daughter Alex and son Ollie, 2, in between other meals and sometimes in tandem. When Alex started nursery school, Emma claims her daughter didn’t pick up any of the same coughs and sniffles as the other children and Emma put it down to her breastmilk.
By Jessica Cripps
• New York Post

American Eagle CEO snags Miami Ritz-Carlton pad

American Eagle Outfitters sells a variety of beach-y looks for men, from sandals to cutoff denim shorts to V-neck tees. The preppy clothing label’s chief himself should stock up — since he’s just purchased a $6.77 million condo in Miami Beach. CEO and chairman Jay L. Schottenstein and his wife, Jeanie, snagged themselves a three-bedroom, 3 ½-bathroom spread inside the Ritz-Carlton Residences, Miami Beach, The Post can exclusively reveal. The Ohio-based couple, who have three grown children, wi
By Cheyenne Padgett
• New York Post