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Tick-borne illness that can cause brain inflammation detected in UK for the first time: officials

A potentially fatal tick-borne disease has been detected in ticks in the United Kingdom for the first time, Public Health England (PHE) announced this week.

LYME DISEASE-RELATED TICK ILLNESS WITH MORE SEVERE SYMPTOMS DETECTED IN NEW YORK: REPORT 

Tick-borne encephalitis virus (TBEV)  was found in a “small number” of ticks in Thetford Forest in eastern England as well as an “area on the border between Hampshire and Dorset,” officials said in a Tuesday news release. TBEV can cause tick-borne encephalitis (TBE) in humans if they are bitten by an infected tick.

In the release, PHE said there has been at least one “highly probable” case of TBE. Earlier this year, a European visitor was sickened with what officials said was likely TBE after he or she was bitten by a tick in the New Forest area. The patient has since recovered, however.

No other cases of TBE in the UK have been reported and health officials said the risk to the public is “very low.”

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At least one case of TBE occurred in the UK earlier this year, officials said. (iStock)

TBE, a human viral infectious disease, is endemic in Asia, Scandinavia and mainland Europe, according to PHE. Most people infected with TBE won’t experience any symptoms, though certain flu-like symptoms — fever, headache, fatigue, and nausea, among others — can occur. However, a person’s central nervous system can be affected during the second phase of the illness, which occurs in roughly 20 to 30 percent of TBE patients, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The second phase can lead to meningitis or encephalitis (swelling of the brain). Death can occur as a result of the disease, though mortality is rare.

UK MOM BITTEN BY LYME DISEASE-CARRYING TICK DEVELOPS ‘BULLSEYE RASH,’ WARNS OTHERS ABOUT COMMON SIGNS OF ILLNESS

“These are early research findings and indicate the need for further work, however, the risk to the general public is currently assessed to be very low,” said Dr. Nick Phin, with PHE, in a statement. “Ticks carry a number of infections including Lyme disease, so we are reminding people to be ‘tick aware’ and take tick precautions, particularly when visiting or working in areas with long grass such as woodlands, moorlands, and parks.”

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Bebe Rexha believes ‘every body is beautiful’ in new sultry social media pic

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Bebe Rexha is celebrating her curves in a revealing new photo on social media.

The 30-year-old singer posted a black-and-white “belfie” Tuesday on Instagram.

“Wanted to give you a little real nAss on your timeline today. Love you 🖤 #BootyByGod #everybodyisbeautiful,” she captioned the photo in which she posed on the beach in a butt-bearing swimsuit. She accessorized with a straw hat and dark, oversized sunglasses.

BEBE REXHA EXPLAINS WHY HER THERAPIST TELLS HER TO WALK AROUND NAKED, STRUGGLES WITH BODY IMAGE

Rexha is a body-positive advocate and revealed in August that a male executive said she was “getting too old” to post such sexy pic on social media.

“I recently had a MALE music executive tell me that I was getting too old and that my brand was ‘confusing,'” Rexha wrote on social media at the time.

BEBE REXHA HAS A BETTER SEX LIFE NOW THAT’S SHE’S APPROACHING ‘DIRTY 30’

“Because… I’m a songwriter and I post sexy pics on my Instagram and that’s not what female songwriters are [supposed] to do, especially for my age. I’m 29,” she added. “I’m fed up with being put in a box. I make my own rules. I’m tired of women getting labeled as ‘hags’ when they get old and guys get labeled as sexy with age.”

“I’m gonna celebrate my age because you know what, I’m wiser, I’m stronger and TRUST ME I’m a much better lover than I was 10 years ago,” Rexha concluded the post.

BEBE REXHA CALLS OUT MARRIED FOOTBALL PLAYER WHO KEEPS TEXTING HER

In an interview with Fox News, Rexha discussed the apparent double standard of women embracing their sexuality compared to men, declaring she’s proud to be sexy.

“If I want to be sexy, I’m going to be sexy,” the singer said.

BEBE REXHA SETS THE RECORD STRAIGHT ON PLASTIC SURGERY RUMORS

“If a man were to take off his shirt and show off his abs and rub oil all over his body, I doubt anyone would say that he’s exploiting his sexuality — and that pisses me off. So, I’m definitely going to do what I want and do what I feel.”

Rexha is known for regularly calling out body shaming online.

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“To all the people tweeting mean things to me about my weight you just want a response and you will not get it,” the hitmaker tweeted in June.

She followed this up with a second tweet, saying, “Unless you are completely perfect you have no f—in right to talk about anybody else’s body. The hate you breed that stems from Insecurity don’t look pretty on you.”

Fox News’ Julius Young and Sasha Savitsky contributed to this report.

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Apple TV+’s ‘The Morning Show’ panned by critics: ‘The show has a high degree of unearned self-importance’

Apple TV+’s costly flagship program, “The Morning Show,” has been ripped by critics as a “well-polished snore” and called “brutally dull” despite receiving help from CNN’s resident media guru, Brian Stelter.

Jennifer Aniston, Reese Witherspoon and Steve Carell star in the show that appears to be a fictional version of NBC’s “Today” show, complete with a #MeToo storyline reminiscent of former anchor Matt Lauer’s own sex scandal. The Hollywood Reporter indicated that the show costs a whopping $15 million per episode “for a total of $300 million for two seasons.”

STEVE CARRELL’S ‘THE MORNING SHOW’ CHARACTER MIRRORS DISGRACED NBC NEWS ANCHOR MATT LAUER

But critics were given the chance to view the show’s first three episodes and the results aren’t pretty, so far. Stelter, a CNN media reporter, serves as a consulting producer on “The Morning Show,” but Stelter’s own newsletter acknowledged Monday the series “did not fare well in the reviews, with critics largely disappointed in the offering from the star-studded cast.”

“The Morning Show” was inspired by Stelter’s 2013 book, “Top of the Morning: Inside the Cutthroat World of Morning TV,” but even his CNN colleague Brian Lowry failed to do the show any favors with a review that claims the show’s star power backfires in some respects.

CNN HAS BAD WEEK AMID APRIL RYAN, CHRIS CUOMO AND DON LEMON NEWS: ‘IT WAS QUITE EMBARRASSING’

“To the extent ‘The Morning Show’ is Apple’s way of sounding the alarm for its new service, feel safe to hit the ‘snooze’ button,” Lowry wrote.

“A couple of the performances… keep it from being a complete disaster, but the show has a high degree of unearned self-importance,” RogerEbert.com editor Brian Tallerico wrote.

Rolling Stone called it “a well-polished snore” and mocked the bloated price tag.

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What appears to be a fictional version of former NBC News host Matt Lauer is played by Steve Carell in “The Morning Show.”

“A prime example of how throwing money at a problem — in this case, Apple’s need to dive into the streaming wars now that Netflix and company have killed off the revenue stream from buying individual TV episodes — isn’t inherently the best way to solve it,” Rolling Stone’s Alan Sepinwall wrote.

Variety chief TV critic Daniel D’Addario wrote that Aniston and Witherspoon are both placed in “roles that don’t quite suit” and the A-list actors “can’t salvage this politically muddled, underthought, and underwhelming streaming misfire.”

D’Addario added that “there’s not a human worth caring about in sight” through three episodes that touch on provocative topics such as sexual misconduct and gender issues.

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“The Morning Show” was inspired by CNN host Brian Stelter’s 2013 book, “Top of the Morning: Inside the Cutthroat World of Morning TV.”

“It’s hard to imagine that viewers excited by a series that promises to take on so much being satisfied by the exhaustion that bleeds out of the writers’ room onto the screen,” he wrote.

THR’s Daniel Fienberg wrote that the show features “a brutally dull pilot and a meandering second episode” before a respectable third episode.

JENNIFER ANISTON SAYS HER ‘MORNING SHOW’ CHARACTER’S STRUGGLES DRAW PARALLELS TO HER LIFE: ‘I JUST WANT TO CRY’

Fienberg then asks, “But did the behemoths at Apple really get into the crowded original TV marketplace to become the latest perpetrator of, ‘It eventually gets better!’ patience-testing?”

Slate, which also reported that the series cost Apple a cool $300 million, said the finished product is “not good, but it’s bad in an extremely satisfying” way, because it offers an “earnest, mediocre, insider-y look at an insular entertainment world” that is sure to be appreciated by costal elite media types.

“But if a hate-watch falls on a brand new streaming service, will it make a sound?” Slate’s Willa Paskin wrote.

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“The Morning Show” has received mostly negative reviews so far.

“What they arrive at by the end of the third episode is at least something soapily effective, an entertaining knot of contemporary babble that manages at times to emit a ring of truth,” Vanity Fair critic Richard Lawson wrote.

The Ringer editorial director Chris Ryan admitted he will watch every episode because it’s “compelling” and feels expensive.

“I don’t think that it is very good,” Ryan said on his podcast “The Watch.”

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Vulture’s Jen Chaney — who liked the show more than most critics —  wrote that Carell insists he’s not playing a made-for-fictional TV version of Lauer, but his character is fired for sexual misconduct, adamantly contends that he’s victim, his wife leaves him and “it’s revealed that he had a button under his desk that automatically locked and closed” his dressing room door.

“If you can absorb all that and not be reminded of Matt Lauer, then either you were just born five minutes ago — in which case, welcome to the world! — or you have somehow never heard of Matt Lauer,” Chaney wrote.

Political satirist Tim Young told Fox News negative reviews for “The Morning Show” won’t end anytime soon.

“I think we’ve reached a point in history where the real world, especially the scenarios covered by ‘The Morning Show’ is so played out in our real news that people don’t need to or want to seek it out in a drama,” Young said. “Why go watch what you already see and read daily in the real news cycle?”

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Dems ponder late entry: White knight or Don Quixote?

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On the roster: Dems ponder late entry: White knight or Don Quixote? – South Carolina priest refused Biden communion – Army colonel corroborates quid pro quo claims – Sessions said to be considering Senate return bid – Dirty birds

DEMS PONDER LATE ENTRY: WHITE KNIGHT OR DON QUIXOTE?
How late is too late?

That’s the question some anxious Democrats are asking as they look beyond the existing field of 2020 candidates for potential nominees to face President Trump.

In the week since a NYT report about Democratic donors looking for new candidates to enter the race was published, there’s been quite a bit of huffing and puffing over the possibility. It’s a fun Washington parlor game, no doubt. But is it anything more than that?

From a practical perspective, it’s probably already too late for all but the most famous, best-liked political figures in the nation to build a campaign that could compete. And that’s a very short list indeed – one that, by our thinking, currently comprises just one person: Michelle Obama.

But what if someone other than the former first lady wanted to launch a bid at this late date?

Names mentioned for a late launch include former Secretaries of State Hillary Clinton and John Kerry, former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, former Attorney General Eric Holder, Ohio Sen. Sherrod Brown and former Vice President Al Gore. Candidates like those would certainly make a splash upon entry, but it’s hard to imagine that any of those microwaved leftovers would be more than yet another second-tier contender in a crowded field.

This is already a group in which well-known sitting senators are struggling to get to 3 percent of the vote after months of campaigning and millions of dollars spent. It just doesn’t stand to reason that the aforementioned – especially those only begrudgingly accepted by Democrats in the past – would be doing much better.

As Nate Silver points out, while some Democratic elites may be unsatisfied with their choices, the party as a whole is quite happy with what’s on offer. Polls show very high levels of satisfaction among Democratic voters. And the only place to start would be in attacking the frontrunner, Joe Biden, a move that would only further alienate voters.

Maybe the party insiders are right that the field is actually weak, but if voters don’t agree, a late entrant looks like Don Quixote, not a white knight. And if a candidate like that did want to run, it’s not just the constraints of politics that would be challenging, but the electoral calendar itself.

Democrats have frontloaded their primary schedule for this cycle in hopes of a swift decision. That means that the filing deadlines for key contests are now just weeks away, including New Hampshire on Nov. 15.

More ominously for potential late entrants, Democrats will allocate more than a third of all delegates on Super Tuesday in the first week of March, which means major filing deadlines are fast approaching. The biggest prize of them all, California, requires candidates to file by Nov. 26 for its Super Tuesday contests, with other delegate-rich states like Texas and Massachusetts following soon thereafter.

It may not technically be too late for a candidate with deep pockets and a well-known name to launch a candidacy, but it will be soon. And practically speaking, it’s probably already past time given the demands of fundraising and organizing.

If Democrats do end up with a split decision and a contested convention this summer, it’s possible that delegates could turn to a party elder not already on the ballot. But barring a meltdown in Milwaukee, Democrats will almost certainly have to choose from among those already running. 

The musings of donors at dinner parties will more likely slip from memory more quickly than their last bottle of Beaujolais. 

SOUTH CAROLINA PRIEST REFUSED BIDEN COMMUNION
Florence [S.C.] Morning News: “Former Vice President Joe Biden, a candidate for the Democratic nomination in the 2020 presidential race, was denied Holy Communion on Sunday morning at a Florence church. Father Robert E. Morey of Saint Anthony Catholic Church confirmed Monday afternoon that he had denied the presidential candidate Holy Communion because of his stance on abortion. Biden, a lifelong Catholic, had attended the church’s 9 a.m. Mass. … ‘Sadly, this past Sunday, I had to refuse Holy Communion to former Vice President Joe Biden,’ Morey told the Morning News via email. … Morey said that as a priest, it is his responsibility to minister to those souls entrusted to his care and that he must do so in even the most difficult situations. ‘I will keep Mr. Biden in my prayers,’ Morey added.”

The storm of Biden media coverage seems to have passed – FiveThirtyEight: “When news about President Trump’s call to Ukraine first broke in late September, it seemed like former Vice President Joe Biden would be inextricably linked to the story. Biden was mentioned in more cable news clips and online news stories that week than every other 2020 Democratic candidate combined, according to data from the TV News Archive, which chops up cable news across the three networks we monitor — CNN, MSNBC and Fox News — into 15-second clips and Media Cloud, a database of online news. That week, Biden was mentioned in 74 percent of cable news clips, while Sen. Elizabeth Warren, the next most-mentioned candidate, was only in 16 percent of clips. In the past two weeks, however, as the initial flood of impeachment coverage has ebbed, so has the extra attention for Biden.”

Bernie gains ground in New Hampshire – CNN: “Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders (21%) and Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren (18%) are in a close race among likely voters in New Hampshire’s first-in-the-nation Democratic presidential primary, according to a new CNN poll conducted by the University of New Hampshire. Former Vice President Joe Biden stands a shade behind at 15%, and South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg rounds out the field of four who reach double-digits with 10%. Behind that group, three candidates land at 5% in the poll — Hawaii Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar and businessman Andrew Yang. California Sen. Kamala Harris, who stood at 9% in a July New Hampshire poll, now holds just 3% support.”

Harris blames her ethnicity, gender for poor performance – National Review: “Democratic presidential candidate Kamala Harris described electability as the ‘elephant in the room’ of her campaign and pondered whether America is ready for a woman of color to be commander in chief. ‘Essentially, is America ready for a woman and a woman of color to be president of the United States?’ Harris said in an interview with Axios on HBO. ‘There is a lack of ability or a difficulty in imagining that someone whom we have never seen can do a job that has been done 45 times by someone who is not that person.’ The same conversation happened when Barack Obama ran for president, the California senator added. Harris has been especially vocal about both racial justice and women’s rights during her 2020 campaign.”

Harrop: Amy, what’cha wanna do? – Real Clear Politics: “A new piece in The Economist, ‘Amy Klobuchar for sanity,’ urges Democrats to give the senator ‘a look.’ It portrays her as an exemplar of Midwest pragmatism who could become a moderate alternative to Joe Biden. Mayor Pete’s ace is his fine intellect and military service in Afghanistan. … His support for extending health coverage to undocumented immigrants has political strategists slapping their heads. Democrats don’t like talking about this, but Buttigieg’s outwardly gay identity, as well as his tender age of 37, could work against him in a national election. That leaves Klobuchar as one of the more plausible Democrats to beat Trump. Her momentum follows a frontal assault on Elizabeth Warren’s ‘Medicare for All’ plan during the debate. Klobuchar called it a ‘pipe dream’ that would require a significant tax increase on the middle class.”

THE RULEBOOK: TRICKLE DOWN
“Civil power, properly organized and exerted, is capable of diffusing its force to a very great extent; and can, in a manner, reproduce itself in every part of a great empire by a judicious arrangement of subordinate institutions.” – Alexander HamiltonFederalist No. 13

TIME OUT: UNDER PONTIUS PILATE 
NatGeo: “Pontius Pilate is a man many Jews and Christians love to hate. For Christians, the Roman governor of Judaea played a central role in the execution of Jesus around A.D. 30, while for Jews he was a callous ruler who set the stage for the rebellion that led to the destruction of Jerusalem four decades later. But a new discovery suggests that Pilate also spent a good deal of time and money embellishing the famous city that drew Jewish pilgrims as well as visitors from around the Roman Empire. Archaeologists tunneling beneath a Palestinian neighborhood just south of Jerusalem’s walls are uncovering a monumental stepped street that led to the foot of the Temple Mount, the sacred platform that once held the Jewish Temple and now is home to some of Islam’s holiest sites. The impressive walkway stretched more than a third of a mile, was 26 feet wide, and required some ten thousand tons of limestone slabs.”

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SCOREBOARD
DEMOCRATIC 2020 POWER RANKING
Biden: 27.6 points (↓ 0.6 from last wk.)
Warren: 24.8 points (↓ 1.6 from last wk.)
Sanders: 14.6 points (↑ 1.2 from last wk.)
Buttigieg: 6.4 points (↑ 0.2 from last wk.)
Harris: 4.8 points (↑ 0.4 from last wk.)
[Averages include: Quinnipiac University, CNN, Fox News, IBD and Monmouth University.]

TRUMP JOB PERFORMANCE 
Average approval: 41 percent
Average disapproval: 55.6 percent
Net Score: -14.6 percent
Change from one week ago: ↓ 1.8 points
[Average includes: Grinnell/Selzer: 43% approve – 51% disapprove; Quinnipiac University: 38% approve – 58% disapprove; CNN: 42% approve – 57% disapprove; Fox News: 43% approve – 55% disapprove; Gallup: 39% approve – 57% disapprove.] 

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ARMY COLONEL CORROBORATES QUID PRO QUO CLAIMS
WaPo: “National Security Council Ukraine expert Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman’s testimony in the House impeachment probe Tuesday is shedding new light on how Trump administration officials pressured Ukrainian leaders into investigations that could benefit the president, corroborating other witnesses with a firsthand account of the alleged attempt at a quid pro quo. Vindman’s prepared remarks directly challenge the testimony of U.S. Ambassador to the European Union Gordon Sondland, who defended the president’s actions and told House investigators that no one had raised concerns about them. Sondland told the top American diplomat in Ukraine, Ambassador William B. Taylor Jr., in September text messages saying [Donald] Trump had not engaged in a quid pro quo; those text messages were provided to investigators by former special U.S. envoy to Ukraine Kurt Volker earlier this month.”

House to vote Thursday on Impeachment procedures – Fox News: “House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Monday the House will vote this week on a resolution to formalize — and establish the parameters — of the Trump impeachment inquiry. In a letter sent to Democratic House lawmakers, Pelosi, D-Calif., said the resolution ‘affirms the ongoing, existing investigation’ and ‘establishes the procedure’ for future investigative steps. ‘We are taking this step to eliminate any doubt as to whether the Trump administration may withhold documents, prevent witness testimony, disregard duly authorized subpoenas, or continue obstructing the House of Representatives,’ Pelosi said. Fox News has learned the vote will take place Thursday on the House floor. It is not an actual article of impeachment, but rather a resolution that sets process ground rules. … The White House argued Monday that the move proves Democrats have been conducting an ‘unauthorized’ inquiry.”

Pelosi looks to keep pressure on GOP with vote – The Atlantic: “The House will be on recess next week, and Democratic members will have to address the impeachment inquiry when they meet with their constituents. For lawmakers in swing districts, the fear of having to take a vote on impeachment—which drove Pelosi’s initial decision not to have one—may have given way to anxiety that the GOP’s accusation of railroading has been resonating with the public. And for most of the party, a vote shouldn’t be difficult: All but a handful of House Democrats have already come out in favor of an impeachment inquiry… Polls have shown a significant bump in support for impeachment since Pelosi announced the start of the inquiry, and it’s less of a vulnerability for Democrats. The pressure will now be on Republicans: Will those like Representatives Francis Rooney of Florida, Will Hurd of Texas, and Mark Amodei of Nevada, who have voiced concerns about Trump’s actions, back the formal opening of an inquiry?”

SESSIONS SAID TO BE CONSIDERING SENATE RETURN BID
Politico: “Former Attorney General Jeff Sessions is strongly considering jumping into the race for his old Senate seat in Alabama, according to multiple Republican sources familiar with the matter. Sessions would scramble the already crowded field of Republicans seeking to take on Democratic Sen. Doug Jones, who won a 2017 special election to fill the remainder of Sessions’ term and is widely viewed as the most vulnerable senator on the ballot next year. … Sessions, 72, must decide within days whether to run: Candidates have until Nov. 8 to qualify for the ballot. Five Republicans are already in the race: Rep. Bradley Byrne, former Auburn University football coach Tommy Tuberville, Secretary of State John Merrill, state Rep. Arnold Mooney and Roy Moore, the former state Supreme Court judge who lost the special election in 2017 amid allegations of sexual misconduct.”

North Carolina to toss GOP-drawn House map – The [Raleigh, N.C.] News & Observer: “North Carolina’s 2020 congressional elections must happen under new maps, a panel of judges ruled Monday evening, saying that the current Republican-drawn maps are unfair to many voters. The legislature must now redraw the state’s 13 U.S. House districts. The judges — two Democrats and one Republican from different parts of North Carolina — wrote that the maps show signs of ‘extreme partisan gerrymandering’ which ‘is contrary to the fundamental right of North Carolina citizens to have elections conducted freely and honestly to ascertain, fairly and truthfully, the will of the people.’ Monday’s ruling, a preliminary injunction, said the state may not hold any elections for Congress using the current maps passed in 2016. … The judges ruled that if there aren’t new maps in time for the primary elections on March 3 then they could delay all or some of the primaries until later in 2020.”

PLAY-BY-PLAY
U.K. heading toward an early general election to break Brexit deadlock – NBC News

Ross Douthat: The overstated collapse of American Christianity – NYT

America’s largest private coal producer, Murray Energy, bankrupt after failed Trump rescue bid – Bloomberg

AUDIBLE: NAH 
“I’m not missing anything. I prefer happiness. Look how happy I am.” – Arizona Democratic Sen. Kyrsten Sinema explaining to Politico why she has not watched any of her party’s presidential debates.

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DIRTY BIRDS
Anchorage [Alaska] Daily News: “Alaska’s ravens and crows are shiny black pranksters… Rock-dropping black birds — maybe ravens, maybe crows — are accused of smashing out glass in a half-dozen vehicles parked at Soldotna’s Central Peninsula Hospital last week. Keith Randall, the hospital’s security manager, heard about the spate of broken windshields, rear windows and sunroofs and figured he was dealing with a vandalism problem. Randall quickly realized he was. But it wasn’t humans doing the damage. The evidence pointed to black birds… Off-duty nurse Cathy McDaniel was killing time in her pickup … when she heard a giant boom… McDaniel saw a rock. She saw her shattered sunroof. She tossed the rock on the ground — and saw a black bird fly down, pick it up, and fly off with it. … The hospital posted a Facebook story about the rock-wielding birds. Several commenters shared stories of their own encounters with ravens.”

AND NOW, A WORD FROM CHARLES…
“The lovable old guy [Bernie Sanders] with the big crowds and no chance at the nomination is hardly taken seriously (except by Hillary Clinton, whose inability to put him away reveals daily her profound political weakness).” – Charles Krauthammer (1950-2018) writing in the Chicago Tribune on June 2, 2016.

Chris Stirewalt is the politics editor for Fox News. Brianna McClelland contributed to this report. Want FOX News Halftime Report in your inbox every day? Sign up here.

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McCarthy: Dems have used leaks to ‘friendly media’ to sway voters in favor of impeachment

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House Democrats leading the inquiry against President Trump have been looking for something they could “hang their hat on” for impeachment, former Assistant U.S. Attorney Andy McCarthy said Tuesday.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Monday the House will vote this week on a resolution to formalize and establish the parameters of the impeachment inquiry. Fox News has learned the vote will take place Thursday on the House floor.

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Appearing on “America’s Newsroom” with anchor Jon Scott, the Fox News contributor said that he believes Republicans were right to push for the vote, but that the Democrats’ strategy thus far has worked in their favor.

McCarthy told Scott that Democrats’ secret proceedings have “really handcuffed the Republicans in what they’ve been allowed to review about it and to say about it publicly, and then the Democrats decide what gets leaked to their friendly media.”

“And that’s, I think, a really bad way to go about things,” he added.

However, McCarthy said the polls have “broken in a marked way … in the favor of the Democrats.”

“So now, the country overall favors the impeachment inquiry by about nine percent,” he said. “Even on the question of removing the president from office, the numbers have started to cut against the president. Not in a way that I think there’s a threat that he will be removed from office now, but the trend is not good here.”

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In a recent op-ed for National Review, McCarthy wrote that “the President’s best Ukraine defense has always been that any quid pro quo demand was not close to an impeachable offense.”

“And, if it wasn’t Trump,” said McCarthy, “we wouldn’t be talking about them in terms of impeachment and removal.”

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Kate Beckinsale evacuates due to California wildfires, thanks first responders: ‘So grateful’

Kate Beckinsale and her slew of pets are safe after having to evacuate her Los Angeles home due to the wildfire sweeping across the west side of the city that’s been dubbed the Getty Fire.

The “Widow” actress shared on Instagram on Monday that she made it out of the area OK after fans and friends apparently checked in with her out of concern.

“We are safe. Thank you so much to everyone who checked in. Sending love and hope to everyone else who walked out of their house at 3 am to this,” she captioned a photo of the hillside near her home engulfed in flames and smoke.

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The 46-year-old actress thanked first responders as well as friends who helped her evacuate as she cannot drive herself.

“love and admiration to the @losangelesfiredepartment and most of all to David and Dorothy who didn’t need to remember in the middle of the night that I can’t drive but did,” she wrote. “And to everyone who has offered me a place to stay despite my rolling with four animals including an epileptic cat. Angel people . So grateful x”

According to Yahoo, Beckinsale owns two Persian cats, Clive, who is very old and survived cancer, and Willow. She also has two lapdogs named Ingrid and Myf.

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The fire erupted around 1:30 a.m. local time in the Sepulveda Pass along Interstate 405 near the Getty Center Museum community and the hill-top golf community of Mountain Gate,  according to LAFD spokesman Capt. Erik Scott.

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A firefighter watches a flames approach the Mandeville Canyon neighborhood during the Getty fire, Monday, Oct. 28, 2019, in Los Angeles, Calif. (AP Photo/ Christian Monterros)

By 11 a.m. ET, officials said it had already grown to encompass over 500 acres as more than 470 LAFD firefighters with assistance from neighboring agencies rushed to combat the blaze. Over 10,000 structures, both residential and commercial, were located in the mandatory evacuation zones that include the Mountain Gate, Mandeville Canyon, and Bundy areas in western LA County.

“If you’re in the mandatory evacuation zone and you’re still there watching this, you’re an idiot. Get the hell out,” L.A. City Councilman Paul Koretz said at a news conference. “It’s way too dangerous.”

At least eight homes were destroyed and six damaged in the LA-area blaze, fire officials said.

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Beckinsale was one of many Los Angeles residents that were ordered to leave their homes as the wildfire continues to spread throughout the city. Arnold Schwarzenegger, LeBron James, Clark Gregg and more took to social media to share their experience after being told to evacuate their homes.

Fox News’ Travis Fedschun and the Associated Press contributed to this report.

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Las Vegas police K-9 stabbed repeatedly by suspect ‘doing extremely well’ in recovery

A Las Vegas police K-9 was recovering Tuesday after being stabbed by a man who refused to come down from a roof, officials said.

“Hunter,” a Belgian Malinois, was stabbed multiple times on Saturday by 27-year-old Joseph Arquilla, investigators said. Arquilla had climbed onto the roof of a business around midnight and wouldn’t come down.

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Police officers responded to the scene and once Arquilla came down around 4:45 a.m., he allegedly stabbed Hunter repeatedly — until his knife blade broke, KVVU-TV reported.

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Hunter, a Belgian Malinois working with police in Las Vegas, Nev., was repeatedly stabbed by a suspect on Saturday morning, officials said.  (Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department)

The K-9 was injured on the left side of his neck, just below his ear, according to photos posted online by the police department. Authorities said he “was lucky that the attacker’s blade broke at some point during the assault when it struck the dog’s collar, making it harder for the wounds to penetrate deeply.”

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Hunter — a 7-year veteran of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department — is recovering and “doing extremely well” after the attack, police wrote in a Facebook post Monday.

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As of Monday, Hunter was “doing extremely well” during his recovery following the attack. (Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department)

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“Working is the activity that makes him the happiest — and if recovery continues going well, he’ll be returning to service in a matter of weeks!” authorities said. “Go Hunter, Go!”

Arquilla was arrested on several charges, including the mistreatment of a police animal and resisting a public officer with a deadly weapon.

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Sen. Rubio: Many Dems made up their minds about impeaching Trump in November 2016

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Florida Senator Marco Rubio said Tuesday House Democrats have lost credibility with their impeachment charge, since many have wanted to take such an action since President Trump‘s election.

Appearing on “Fox & Friends” with host Steve Doocy, Rubio said that Americans should not forget the gravity of an impeachment.

“Impeachment is really a big deal, like removing the President of the United States is not just an extraordinary measure — it’s also really bad for the country, it’s traumatic,” said Rubio.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Monday the House will vote this week on a resolution to formalize -–and establish the parameters – of the Trump impeachment inquiry. Fox News has learned the vote will take place Thursday on the House floor.

Republicans, who have been calling for a vote for weeks now, hit back Monday at Pelosi over the planned vote.

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South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham – the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, which would play a role in a Senate impeachment trial – said, “A vote now is a bit like unringing a bell as House Democrats have selectively leaked information in order to damage President Trump for weeks.”

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Rubio noted that there are a “significant number of the House [members]” that have been looking for a reason to impeach Trump since he took office.

“So, you’ll start to lose some credibility when you make up your mind about this back in … 2016 because you didn’t like the results of the election,” he told Doocy.

He added that no Democrats who were elected in districts that “Trump won” were sent to Congress to impeach the president.

“They sent them here to deal with drug prices, to deal with China, to help our economy continue to grow, to defund our military — where they won’t even pass an appropriations bill that we need to get done which is really important for [the] long-term plan,” said Rubio.

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“Very few people, unless you come from the most radical fringes of the American political system, were sent up here to spend all of their time – every single day – focused on the issue. They’re going to do what they’re going to do. I can’t control what the House does. But, we’re going to continue to do our jobs, or at least try to here in the Senate,” he said.

Fox News’ Alex Pappas, Chad Pergram, Mike Emanuel and Brooke Singman contributed to this report.

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Ford recalling over 300K vans, 384 SUVs to fix three issues

Ford is recalling over 300,000 Transit vans in the U.S. and North America for the second time to replace driveshaft couplings that can crack and potentially cause the shaft to come loose.

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The issue could lead to a loss of power to the wheels and allow the vehicles to move while the transmission is in Park with the parking brake disengaged. Ford said the replacement parts should be good for at least 40,000 miles and that a permanent solution is in development. The vehicles subject to the recall were built from Jan. 17, 2014, to June 15, 2017.

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Ford is also recalling 366 2019 Edge models to replace seatbelt anchors and a total of 18 Ford Expedition and Lincoln Navigator full-size SUVs that possibly left the factory with suspension parts that weren’t securely fastened.

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There are no known accidents or injuries related to any of the issues.

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George Conway urges officials to ‘just stop’ defending Trump, says he ‘belongs’ in prison

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George Conway, attorney and husband of White House adviser Kellyanne Conway, launched into another tirade against President Trump on Tuesday, urging public officials and others to “just stop” defending the president and saying he “belongs” in prison.

“To the members of Congress, public officials, and talking heads still defending @realDonaldTrump: Just stop,” he tweeted. “Especially the lying.  He has no defense. Don’t go down with him in history in disgrace. The sooner we get this over with and he’s gone, the better off everyone will be.”

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Responding to a tweet predicting that Trump will end up in prison, Conway added: “Absolutely he will. And it’s where he belongs.”

Separately, regarding the recent boos Trump received at a World Series baseball game, where the crowd yelled “lock him up,” Conway described the chant as appropriate.

“No — it’s the fact that he’s a criminal and the fact that this chant that came from his rallies couldn’t be more fitting to apply to him,” he tweeted regarding the impetus for the chant.

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The comments are the latest in a stream of anti-Trump sentiment from Conway, who has clashed with the president for months. Trump has called George a “stone cold LOSER & husband from hell.”

George Conway’s tweets have long attracted attention, considering Kellyanne Conway is a staunch defender of the president and has a reputation for wading into all media environments, hostile and friendly, to tout Trump’s agenda. She did not immediately respond to a request for comment Tuesday from Fox News.

That dynamic returned to the spotlight last week after audio emerged of the White House counselor scolding a Washington Examiner reporter for a reference to the Conway marriage in a story about Kellyanne Conway reportedly being considered for White House chief of staff.

She later issued a statement in which she pushed back against personal questions she called “gossipy, inappropriate and irrelevant.”

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“I’ve previously noted that it is unusual – especially in Washington and especially in Republican politics – for a man to gain newfound fame and power through his wife, following his own stories, decades-long career as a respected and outstanding litigator in New York, which I have long admired,” she said.

“Like every couple I know, George and I disagree on many big things and agree on many big things. Exactly none of it affects my position as Counselor to the President,” she said. “Exactly none of it is anyone’s business.”

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