Mantan Wali Kota Solo tersebut juga meminta agar mereka lebih mementingkan hasil dan berani berinovasi. Serta kata dia tidak sekedar mengikuti rutinitas yang dijalani.
- Business Insider
Medical experts said getting too much vaccine usually doesn't lead to serious side effects - but it's important not to waste any doses.
Community members told local media that Tristyn Bailey will be remembered as a cheerleader, a daughter, a sister, and a friend.
- The State
The lucky ticket sat in a drawer for weeks, officials said.
Ina Garten's simple weeknight bolognese is packed with rich flavors, while her lemon pasta only takes 10 minutes to whip up.
Charli D'Amelio speaks out about losing 'joy' for TikTok, saying the app that made her famous 'doesn't feel like it used to'
Appearing on sister Dixie's "The Early Late Night Show" on YouTube, Charli spoke about TikTok turning into a competition and losing friendships.
- Associated Press
The twisted remains of several all-terrain vehicles leaned precariously inside Baba Mir’s sprawling scrap yard, alongside smashed shards that were once generators, tank tracks that have been dismantled into chunks of metal, and mountains of tents reduced to sliced up fabric. The Americans are dismantling their portion of nearby Bagram Air Base, their largest remaining outpost in Afghanistan, and anything that is not being taken home or given to the Afghan military is being destroyed as completely as possible, even small outposts are being dismantled or reduced to rubble. As the last few thousand U.S. and NATO troops head out the door, ending their own 20-year war in Afghanistan, they are involved in a massive logistical undertaking, packing up bases around the country.
- The Daily Beast
GoFundMe / St. John’s County SheriffAfter a daylong search, a 13-year-old cheerleader was found murdered in Florida—and police have arrested a 14-year-old boy who attended the same school.Tristyn Bailey’s family reported her missing at 10 a.m. on Sunday, and residents of St. Johns County came out in droves to look for her. The hunt ended tragically that evening when her body was spotted in a wooded area.The St. Johns County Sheriff’s Office did not provide a cause of death; they said the seventh grader was clothed but did not confirm reports that she had on her cheerleading uniform.Sheriff Rob Hardwick said the teen arrested and charged with second-degree murder is the only suspect connected to Tristyn’s death. The Daily Beast is not naming him because he is a juvenile and authorities have not decided whether to charge him as an adult.“Our investigative team is out there interviewing all kinds of witnesses, whether directly or indirectly involved in this case,” Hardwick said at a press conference.“We have a suspect in custody. That is the only suspect that has to do with the death of Tristyn.”Hardwick said investigators are looking through a trove of social media posts that could be helpful to the case, but he did not comment on reports that a Snapchat under the boy’s name posted a photo of him in a patrol car with the caption: “Hey guys has anybody seen Tristyn lately?”Both Tristyn and the suspect attended Patriot Oaks Academy in St. Johns, though police said it was unclear how they knew each other or if they were in the same class.The sheriff acknowledged that news of Tristyn’s death had sparked an outpouring of emotion in the tight-knit county.“We know the community is angry,” Hardwick said.“We have a person charged with a serious crime, and we have a family that’s grieving the loss of a loved one. A child—a 13-year-old child.”Locals came out Monday night for a series of vigils—at the community center where she was last seen alive and at Infinity Allstars, the gym where she was a competitive cheer athlete. Ribbons in aqua, her favorite color, festooned mailboxes across the area in her memory.“It’s just heartbreaking for her family who can never see her again, be able to talk to her and say loving words to her,” Reagan Anderson, a friend of Tristyn, told Jax4News.Read more at The Daily Beast.Got a tip? Send it to The Daily Beast hereGet our top stories in your inbox every day. Sign up now!Daily Beast Membership: Beast Inside goes deeper on the stories that matter to you. Learn more.
The "Pulp Fiction" actor was married to the "Jerry Maguire" star for 29 years before she died of breast cancer.
- Associated Press
All of Malaysia will be placed under a near lockdown for about a month to fight the coronavirus, but businesses will be allowed to continue to operate at reduced capacity, Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin announced Monday. The lockdown, starting Wednesday until June 7, took the nation by surprise because restrictions on movement are already in place in many parts of the country, including Kuala Lumpur and the richest state of Selangor. Muhyiddin said drastic action was needed to battle a new aggressive outbreak before it turns into a national catastrophe.
Man accused of hate crime attack on Asian woman in NYC told parole board he wished he could take back murdering his mom
Brandon Elliot was out on parole when he was arrested after a brutal attack on an Asian woman in Manhattan. Security footage of the assault went viral.
- LA Times
Months after his rehab stint, comedian John Mulaney is divorcing artist Anna Marie Tendler, his wife of nearly seven years.
- Yahoo News
Republican rage directed at Dr. Anthony Fauci, the chief medical adviser on the coronavirus pandemic to Presidents Trump and Biden, seemed to reach new heights over the weekend, with former Trump administration trade adviser Peter Navarro claiming Fauci has likely "killed millions of Americans."
- The Independent
Officers chased down and arrested suspect after incident in suburb of Los Angeles
- Associated Press
Shoppers and staff at a New Zealand supermarket were being praised for their bravery Monday after authorities said they managed to stop a frenzied man from hurting others after he stabbed four people in a random attack, severely wounding three of them. New Zealand Police Superintendent Paul Basham said he'd watched CCTV footage of the attack at a Countdown supermarket in the city of Dunedin and the actions of the bystanders in detaining the man until police arrived was “nothing short of heroic.” Two of those wounded were supermarket staff members.
- Business Insider
Amid growing backlash at home, Russian President Vladimir Putin is sending a muscular message abroad.
Matt James and controversial 'Bachelor' winner Rachael Kirkconnell are back together. Here's a timeline of their 7-month relationship.
Rachael Kirkconnell won Matt James' season of "The Bachelor," but they split up after photos showing her at a plantation-themed party emerged.
- Associated Press
The cyberextortion attempt that has forced the shutdown of a vital U.S. pipeline was carried out by a criminal gang known as DarkSide that cultivates a Robin Hood image of stealing from corporations and giving a cut to charity, two people close to the investigation said Sunday. The shutdown, meanwhile, stretched into its third day, with the Biden administration loosening regulations for the transport of petroleum products on highways as part of an “all-hands-on-deck” effort to avoid disruptions in the fuel supply. Experts said that gasoline prices are unlikely to be affected if the pipeline is back to normal in the next few days but that the incident — the worst cyberattack to date on critical U.S. infrastructure — should serve as a wake-up call to companies about the vulnerabilities they face.
- The Daily Beast
Reuters/Ammar AwadThe third-holiest site in Islam—the Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem—was turned into a chaotic battlefield Monday as Israeli police responded violently to Palestinian protesters, injuring more than 300 people.In recent days, Jerusalem has been suffering its worst violence for years, sparked by incendiary plans to evict dozens of Palestinians from an Arab area in the east of the city and hand their homes to Israelis. The crisis worsened Monday ahead of the nationalist Jerusalem Day Flag March, which marks Israel’s capture of East Jerusalem in the 1960s.According to the Associated Press, more than 305 Palestinians were injured in Monday’s violence alone, including over 200 who have been hospitalized, and nine people who have been left in a serious condition. Twenty-one Israeli police are reported to have been injured.The violence centered around the Al-Aqsa Mosque, which is located in a complex that is considered holy by both Muslims and Jews. Shocking videos showed stun grenades and tear gas being fired at Palestinian protesters inside the mosque, and police claim that protesters threw rocks at officers, as well as at Jewish worshippers at the Western Wall.#شاهد: قوات #الاحتلال تطلق وابلًا من قنابل الصوت والغاز والرصاص المطاطي بالمصلى القبلي في #المسجد_الأقصى.#فلسطين #رمضان pic.twitter.com/d7qePPRXlZ— المقدسي للإعلام (@AlmakdesyMedia) May 10, 2021 A separate video showed police officers repeatedly punching a man who was detained in the mosque compound. Khaled Zabarqa, a 48-year-old lawyer who was praying at the mosque before the violence broke out, told The New York Times that he was furious that the heavy-handed tactics were being use by police during Ramadan, saying: “The Aqsa Mosque is a sacred place for Muslims... Israel is starting a religious war.”Another video showed a car being showered with rocks before driving into at least one pedestrian and becoming stuck on a cement bollard. Witnesses then set upon the driver before a gun-wielding police officer broke up the fight. The Israeli Foreign Ministry claimed the man inside the car is Jewish, and described the incident as an attempted lynching by a “violent mob.”Jerusalem, a short while ago: A Jewish man narrowly escapes lynching after his car is pelted with rocks. A policeman on the scene stops the violent mob. pic.twitter.com/OmkwkfGPQv— Israel Foreign Ministry (@IsraelMFA) May 10, 2021 Ofir Gendelman, a spokesman for Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, claimed without evidence that “extremist Palestinians planned well in advance to carry out riots” at the Jerusalem holy site on Monday, and said police were “working to restore calm.” But Israel is coming under more and more international condemnation for its heavy-handed response to the Palestinian protesters.The United Nations Security Council is meeting to discuss the situation on Monday, and U.S. National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan has spoken to his Israeli counterpart, Meir Ben-Shabbat, to express his “serious concerns” about the violent clashes. In turn, Ben Shabbat reportedly urged the Biden administration to stay out of the worsening situation.The Jerusalem Day Flag March is set to get underway later Monday after police gave permission for it to take place. Retired Israeli General Amos Gilad urged for the parade to be canceled to stop more violence, saying that “the powder keg is burning and can explode at any time.”Read more at The Daily Beast.Get our top stories in your inbox every day. Sign up now!Daily Beast Membership: Beast Inside goes deeper on the stories that matter to you. Learn more.
Dr. Pimple Popper moved swiftly from one growth to the next, yanking them out with tweezers. She said one pilar cyst looked like a plum.
- The Independent
‘I was terrified I was about to go to jail over a pair of shorts’