• Celebrity
    SheKnows

    Alec Baldwin’s Daughter Ireland Flashes a Cheeky Smile While Showing Off New Butt Tattoo in a Bikini Photo

    Ireland Baldwin definitely marches to the beat of her own drum. Alec Baldwin’s 25-year-old daughter is not afraid to show some skin, post some sexy pictures, and speak her mind. Although the father and daughter have had a bit of a rocky relationship, it seems that they have started to put the past behind them. […]

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  • Celebrity
    In The Know

    Woman divorces husband after noticing suspicious detail in photo of him: 'Most ridiculous lie I've ever heard'

    A woman took to TikTok to share the shocking way she claims to have caught her significant other cheating.

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  • U.S.
    The Week

    How the risk of a post-vaccination COVID-19 infection compares to other daily dangers

    The early returns on COVID-19 vaccinations have largely been positive in the United States and elsewhere. There have certainly been so-called "breakthrough" cases, in which fully vaccinated people have been infected, but The New York Times' David Leonhardt notes that statistics so far indicate the chances of that happening are about one in 11,000, and the rate dwindles even further when it comes to the chances of developing anything worse than a mild infection. Still, many people who have been vaccinated remain nervous. This is understandable, Leonhardt writes, given the novelty of the virus and the toll it's taken. The risk of dying from COVID-19 post-vaccination is probably more akin to "high profile," but "extremely rare dangers" like plane crashes, lightning strikes, or shark attacks. Getting in a car, on the other hand, is a "bigger threat," Leonhardt writes. FiveThirtyEight's Nate Silver and data scientist David Shor also made this point, and Shor estimated that the "per hour risk of killing somebody driving sober is at least 33 times higher than the per hour risk of killing somebody from [COVID-19] hanging out maskless post-vaccination." That's where sociologist Zeynep Tufekci jumped in. Tufekci generally agrees that COVID-19 vaccination leads to a "dramatic risk reduction." She does, however, think the risks of driving and doing certain activities while vaccinated are not completely comparable. That's because car accidents are generally more individualized, while spreading COVID-19 can lead to a transmission chain, which is why Tufekci thinks government agencies need to be explicit about how effectively the vaccines curb transmission to determine what the true risk factor is. (Car crashes also affect others but car crashes do not have transmission chains. Do the vaccinated initiate transmission chains to the degree we need to think about it? Is it so blunted that this is no longer a big enough risk?That should be the explicit CDC discussion). — zeynep tufekci (@zeynep) April 19, 2021 More stories from theweek.comDonald Trump's most dangerous political legacyThe new HBO show you won't be able to stop watchingFauci flubs the freedom question

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  • Business
    MoneyWise

    You may soon be getting a COVID 'stimulus check' from your health insurer

    Rebates required under Obamacare could put hundreds of dollars back in your pocket.

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  • Celebrity
    Yahoo Life

    Ashley Graham explains her revealing Instagram photos: 'I don't post myself half-naked to get the likes'

    The body-positive advocate opens up about being the role model that she wished she had.

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  • Celebrity
    TheGrio

    Toni Braxton, 53, unveils bald head and fit physique in bikini post

    The singer celebrated a “Red Hot Sunday” in her latest Instagram post. In a post on her official Instagram account, Toni Braxton, 53, unveiled her bald head and fit physique in a red bikini. Braxton is “letting it flow” on social media.

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  • Politics
    HuffPost

    Mike Lindell Gets Pranked By Foul-Mouthed Caller Pretending To Be Trump

    "God I love the internet," one Twitter user said after the prankster called the MyPillow CEO.

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