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The Independent

Prime Day TV deals 2021: Best early offers on smart TVs, 4K TVs, Samsung TVs and more

Prime Day is just around the corner. Amazon’s annual sales blowout begins on 21 June, offering savvy shoppers the chance to grab bargains on products from across the entire site, from technology and toys to clothing and appliances.If bargain hunters are sharks, then TV deals are the chum in the water. Televisions are traditionally among the most popular items sold during the two-day sales extravaganza, with big discounts to be found on everything from high-end 65in Samsung QLED TVs to smaller and cheaper 4K sets from LG and Sony Bravia.We won’t know exactly which TVs will be discounted until 21...
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SocietyNew York Post

Husband of woman who gave birth to 10 babies asks public to stop donating cash

A father of decuplets has requested people stop donating money to his wife and their 10 new babies, whom he says he still hasn’t seen. Teboga Tsotetsi’s wife, 37-year-old Gosiame Sithole, recently made headlines for giving birth to a record-breaking 10 children at once — but conflicting local media reports in South Africa and a lack of photographic evidence now have many, including the babies’ father, doubting the authenticity of the claim.
CelebritiesPosted by
E! News

Chrissy Teigen and John Legend Speak Out Against Michael Costello After "Attack" on Her Character

Watch: Chrissy Teigen's Team Claims Michael Costello Faked DMs of Bullying. John Legend is coming to the defense of wife Chrissy Teigen. ​In an earlier report, one of Chrissy's team members said that the screenshots Michael Costello recently shared—which accuse the model of cyberbullying in 2014—were inauthentic. In response, the "All of Me" singer is speaking out in support of his wife.
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Nets star Kyrie Irving injury status for crucial Game 7 vs Bucks

The Brooklyn Nets and Milwaukee Bucks are headed for an epic Game 7 on Saturday night and the Nets have received some unfortunate news regarding star point guard Kyrie Irving. Well, the Nets do have James Harden and Kevin Durant, but everybody was holding out hope for Irving to make a return and be on the court for Game 7. Unfortunately, he is nowhere near close to making a return, and his status for future games is seriously in doubt if the Nets can find a way to win on Saturday.
Oakland, CAPosted by
Los Angeles Times

Newsom assaulted during Oakland visit

A man has been arrested on suspicion of assaulting Gov. Gavin Newsom during his visit to downtown Oakland, authorities said Friday. Newsom was walking to a barbershop and pizzeria in Old Oakland to promote small businesses when he was “approached by an aggressive individual,” said Fran Clader, director of communications for the California Highway Patrol, which provides security for the governor.

The mystery of Greek fire

Greek fire was an incendiary weapon invented by the Byzantine Empire during the 7th century AD, that gave the Byzantines a technological advantage during naval and land battles. All the information we have on Greek fire comes from references in Byzantine military manuals, and a number of secondary historical sources...

Footprints discovered from the last dinosaurs to walk on UK soil

Footprints from at least six different species of dinosaur – the very last dinosaurs to walk on UK soil 110 million years ago – have been found in Kent, a new report has announced. The discovery of dinosaur footprints by a curator from Hastings Museum and Art Gallery and a...
TV &

TJ Lavin Reveals Near-Death Experience While Filming ‘The Challenge’

The longtime host of “The Challenge,” TJ Lavin, is beloved by fans and cast members alike for his enthusiasm for competition and honest criticism and compliments about the performances of the show’s stars. TJ, who is also a BMX rider, is no stranger to adrenaline-fueled challenges and competition, and even spent nine days in a medically induced coma in 2010 after a scary crash during a BMX event.

Uganda Bans Public and Private Transportation Amid Spike in COVID Cases, Array of Variants

Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni announced Friday that the country is banning private and public transportation in an effort to curtail the spread of COVID-19 variants. The newest lockdown measures prohibit transportation inside and across country districts, even in the Ugandan capital Kampala. The only exceptions to the rule are vehicles transporting cargo, the sick and essential workers, Museveni revealed in a televised speech.

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EnvironmentDaily Beast

One Answer to Climate Change Is Right Under Your Feet

When heat waves hit, people start looking for anything that might lower the temperature. One solution is right beneath our feet: pavement. Think about how hot the soles of your shoes can get when you’re walking on dark pavement or asphalt. A hot street isn’t just hot to touch—it also raises the surrounding air temperature.