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Jason Momoa Delivers Searing Speech On Climate Change At UN Headquarters

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Jason Momoa made an impassioned plea to the United Nations on Friday on behalf of the island nations of the world that are “drowning” due to the effects of climate change.

The Hawaii-born “Aquaman” star, who is of Native Hawaiian descent, joined world leaders at the U.N. General Assembly to review the progress made by the SAMOA Pathway, a U.N. program adopted in 2014 that aims to address the unique environmental concerns impacting small island developing states.

Momoa called the experience “life-changing” in an Instagram post Friday.

“It takes an amazing team and support system to pull off something like this,” he wrote. “I am deeply grateful to my wife and children, my mother.”

In his speech, Momoa talked about the impacts of ocean plastic pollution and rising sea levels.

“Island nations contribute the least to this disaster, but are made to suffer the weight of its consequences,” he said. “Our governments and corporate entities have known for decades that immediate change is needed. Yet change still has not come.”

Momoa shared a video of his entire speech on Instagram, which he described as, “No BS. Nothing sugar coated, just straight from the heart.”

Momoa charged that humans are the “only species willing to force disharmony with the natural balance of our world.”

“We are the living consequence of forgotten traditions,” he added.

Momoa has been outspoken about the effects of climate change and ocean pollution on numerous occasions

Last month, he used his social media platform to help spread awareness about the fires across the Amazon rainforest to his roughly 13 million Instagram followers.

Brazil’s National Institute for Space Research reported that the Amazon wildfires showed an 84% increase over the same period last year.

Watch a video clip of his entire speech at the U.N. below:

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Time to Eat Your Words, Sec. Mnuchin: Tax Cuts for the Wealthy Didn’t Lower Deficit

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Controversial NYT writer defends boycott of outlet, says it supports ‘dissenting views’ inside paper

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One of the The New York Times’ own writers defended a boycott against the company, arguing that doing so would support dissenting views among the publication’s employees.

“[Subscriber cancellations are] one of the metrics for ‘outrage’ that they take to distinguish between ‘real’ outrage and superficial outrage,” writer Sarah Jeong tweeted on Friday. She was responding to author Siva Vaidhyanathan, who criticized the boycott after a report revealed information about the whistleblower who filed a complaint over President Trump’s phone conversation with the president of Ukraine.

“I’m as frustrated with @nytimes as anyone. But an individual canceling a subscription does nothing. It’s self-indulgent. It’s not a movement or a boycott. Even if it did matter it would hurt many great journalists like @nhannahjones @sarahjeong and @jbouie,” he said, tagging Jeong.

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“You’re wrong,” Jeong responded, before defending the boycott against her own paper. “What subscribers say can back up dissenting views inside the paper about what it should do and be,” she said.

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The Times did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment Saturday.

The exchange came as the Times faced several controversies that prompted a backlash from the public. Earlier in the summer, left-leaning politicians and media figures blasted the Times over its decision to publish a headline they suggested was too favorable for Trump. After deleting the headline, the staff held a meeting in which a staffer complained that some people thought the paper was too liberal.

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“We are not f—ing part of the resistance,” a staffer said, referring to the liberal, anti-Trump movement. Jeong herself attracted criticism for the paper when unearthed tweets showed her making racially insensitive comments about white people.

“Oh man it’s kind of sick how much joy I get out of being cruel to old white men,” Jeong wrote in July 2014 in one of several old messages that have gone viral. The Times responded to the backlash in 2018 by declaring that it had reviewed her social media history during the hiring process and was standing by the decision to bring her aboard.

Fox News’ Brian Flood contributed to this report.

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Mike ‘The Situation’ Sorrentino shows off 35-lb. weight loss after getting out of prison

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Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino is celebrating his new life outside of prison in more ways than one.

The “Jersey Shore” star, 37, has reunited with his wife, Lauren, and close friends from the reality TV show, and also is 35 pounds lighter after spending eight months behind bars for tax evasion in federal prison in Otisville, N.Y.

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“This is what it looks like when you turn a negative Situation into a Positive Situation  #clapbackseason,” the entertainer said on Instagram, posting a photo of himself at the gym on Friday.

Earlier this week in an interview with “Entertainment Tonight,” Sorrentino revealed how he dropped so much weight while serving his sentence.

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He said he worked out several times a day, starting at 7 a.m., and practiced intermittent fasting.

“I had to continually challenge myself, whether it was in the gym and/or diet,” the MTV star said. “I worked out between two to three times per day.”

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Sorrentino said his fierce exercise regimen helped pass the time and stay positive. He especially hit the gym on holidays when he was alone and said he wanted to “do something to make my future self proud.”

Sorrentino was released from prison on Sept. 12 and celebrated the next phase of his life with a pizza party.

“We are elated to finally close this chapter of our life. Thank you to our family, friends and fans for the continuous love and support during this time, it brought us so much peace and comfort,” he said in a statement at the time.

MIKE ‘THE SITUATION’ SORRENTINO POSTS FIRST PHOTO FROM PRISON AFTER FRIENDS, WIFE VISIT

“We look forward to continuing our life as husband and wife and working on baby situations! We truly believe that the comeback is ALWAYS greater than the setback, and we can’t wait to show the world ours,” Sorrentino added.

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Princeton grad who killed dad after his $1k weekly allowance was cut gets 30 years to life

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Princeton graduate Thomas Gilbert Jr.was sentenced Friday to 30 years to life in prison after shooting and killing his wealthy father in 2015 following a dispute over his weekly allowance.

Gilbert Jr., 35, was convicted three months ago in the killing of his 70-year-oldfather at his parents’ home on Manhattan’s East Side. The jury rejected the defendant’s insanity defense during the trial.

The younger Gilbert was reliant on his parents for basic daily expenses and had been unable to hold down a job, prosecutors said.

He received a weekly $1,000 allowance from his parents — which the defendant spent on travel and other personal expenses. That allowance had been cut prior to the killing. 

Gilbert Sr. reduced his son’s allowance to $300 hours before the shooting, prosecutors said, according to a CNN report. Gilbert Sr. was the founder and manager of the New York-based Wainscott Capital Partners Fund.

In a victim impact statement, the victim’s wife, Shelley Gilbert, asked for Gilbert Jr. “to be given as light a sentence as possible,”according to CNN. She said the family had been seeking medical help for the defendant for years because “he’s too sick to be able to judge.”

The jury found that Gilbert Jr., who was also convicted on charges of criminal possession of a weapon, murdered his father with a shot to the head at close range. The weapon, a semi-automatic pistol, was purchased months earlier from an Ohio seller.

The defendant put the gun in his father’s hand in an attempt to stage the death as a suicide, according to trial testimony.

“Thomas Gilbert Sr. was a beloved member of his family and business community when his own son murdered him in a cold-blooded killing,” District Attorney Cyrus Vance said Friday in a statement. “But now, thanks to my office’s prosecutors, the defendant has finally been held accountable and he will serve a life sentence for this unconscionable crime.”

Contributing: The Associated Press

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This flu season could be a nasty one. Get a shot now, CDC says. Here’s what to know

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Flu season is fast approaching, and it could be a nasty one.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says about 8% of Americans are sickened by the flu each year and that thousands die from the flu and related illnesses.

The CDC doesn’t like to forecast whether the coming season will be relatively harsh or not, but the agency says the impact will be lessened greatly if people get vaccinated – and soonest is best. 

The season generally starts in October and peaks in February before winding down with spring.

“Now is the best time to get your flu shot,” CDC press officer Scott Pauley told USA TODAY. “You want to get it before the season really starts.”

In Australia, the flu season is winding down. Ogbonnaya Omenka, an associate professor and public health specialist at Butler University, says the number of confirmed flu cases there was the highest in history – more than 270,000, compared to almost 60,000 in 2018.

That may not bode well for the U.S., he says.

“It definitely is concerning because the U.S. flu season comes after Australia’s,” he said. He added that a U.S. child who tested positive for influenza died earlier this month.

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Cameron Kaiser, public health officer in Riverside County, California, called the death of a 4-year-old boy from Perris, California, a tragic reminder of how deadly influenza can be.

“We should never forget that the flu still kills,” Kaiser said. “I always recommend people get their flu shots every year, but a death so early in the flu season suggests this year may be worse than usual.”

Not all providers have stocked the vaccine, however. There are many different flu viruses and they are constantly changing. The composition of U.S. flu vaccines is reviewed annually and updated to match the nasty flu viruses the nation is expected to see. Flu vaccines normally protect against three or four viruses.

The World Health Organization chose most of the components for Northern Hemisphere flu vaccines on Feb. 21 but didn’t finish the list until late March. Thus not all providers have the shots available quite yet.

“It’s an estimation game,” Pauley said. “What strains are most likely to hit? What are we seeing around the world? The goal is to get ahead of the curve. It can be tricky.”

Flu symptoms 2019: Should I take my kid to the doctor for the flu?

CDC recommends annual influenza vaccination for everyone 6 months and older. Not everyone agrees. Many parents are skeptical, some even believing the shots can cause the flu.

And Jennifer Margulis, science writer and co-author of “The Vaccine-Friendly Plan,” says a flu vaccine every year may lessen the shot’s value. She cites a Canadian study of the 2014-15 influenza season there.

The study indicated that season’s flu vaccines performed unusually poorly overall and that people who had not been vaccinated the previous year were most likely to benefit from the vaccine. Those who were vaccinated two years in a row did not fare as well, according to the study.

“I think it’s an excellent idea to urge people to be healthy during the flu season,” Margulis said. “The money given to the CDC to promote vaccination is a large reason why they focus on this for-profit pharmaceutical and not on other scientifically proven and more evidence-based means to boost public health.”

The flu is a contagious respiratory illness caused by influenza viruses. It can cause mild to severe illness. Serious outcomes of flu infection can result in hospitalization or death. Some people, such as older people, young children, and people with certain health conditions, are at high risk of serious flu complications. 

When does the 2019 flu season start?

The exact timing and duration of flu seasons can vary, but influenza activity often begins to increase in October. Most of the time flu activity peaks between December and February, although activity can last as late as May. February generally sees the most cases.

Flu shot side effects

Mild side effects from the flu shot can include soreness, redness or swelling at the injection site, low-grade fever and aches, the CDC says. 

Onset of flu symptoms 

The time from when a person is exposed and infected with flu to when symptoms begin is about two days but can range from about one to four days.

How long is the flu contagious?

People with flu are most contagious in the first three to four days after their illness begins, the CDC says. Some otherwise healthy adults may be able to infect others beginning one day before symptoms develop and up to five to seven days after becoming sick.

Flu vs. cold symptoms 

The symptoms of flu can include fever or feeling feverish/chills, cough, sore throat, runny or stuffy nose, muscle or body aches, headaches and fatigue (tiredness). Cold symptoms are usually milder than the symptoms of flu, the CDC says. People with colds are more likely to have a runny or stuffy nose. Colds generally do not result in serious health problems.

Where to get a flu shot: CVS, Rite-Aid

Almost anywhere, if they are available. CVS and Rite-Aid are among drug stores that say the shots are free with most insurance plans, no appointment necessary. Some supermarkets that have pharmacies, such as Safeway, also provide the shots. And, of course, doctors’ offices and medical clinics.

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Cleveland Browns QB Baker Mayfield, Antonio Brown exchange barbs on social media

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Baker Mayfield isn’t one to shy away from a beef, and that’s held true this week. First, it was Rex Ryan. Now, it’s Antonio Brown. 

The Cleveland Browns quarterback posted a photo from his Oklahoma football days, captioning it, “Just some undersized Walk On … Keep that same energy.” 

Mayfield’s Browns are 1-2 to start the season, and the offense under first-year head coach Freddie Kitchens has been scrutinized through three weeks. Cleveland faces a tough road test against division rival Baltimore on Sunday. 

One comment compared Mayfield to Brown, and the former No. 1 overall pick took exception with that and offered a sarcastic response in return. 

“You’re right … let me call out my teammates and throw a fit about my helmet then go freeze my feet off.” 

That was a clear shot at Brown regarding his helmet controversy from training camp and the foot injuries he suffered in a cryotherapy machine over the summer. 

As is almost always the case, the comment made it to Brown’s radar. In a since-deleted Twitter response, he said “Sorry ass Chico keep rolling right you ain’t done nothing in this league the internet only place u would ever talk too or about me; you know u get beat quick slice u up some humble pie.” 

Brown added another dig on Mayfield, saying he should not have been taken before Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson. 

Since his release from the New England Patriots last week, Brown has gone on a few social media tirades. On Sunday, he declared he would never play in the NFL again. Then, he and Los Angeles Rams safety Eric Weddle engaged in a Twitter spat Thursday. 

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‘Major’ Montana storm promises several feet of snow and possible ‘life threatening’ situations, officials warn

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Weather officials are warning of potentially “life threatening” situations in Montana as certain parts of the state could see up 3 feet of snow as a “major fall storm” is expected to move into the region over the weekend.

Barely a week into fall, the National Weather Service issued a winter storm warning for parts of the Rocky Mountains where heavy snow is expected to slam the Judith Basin and Cascade counties with total accumulations reaching up to 15 inches at lower elevations and up to 30 inches in the mountains.

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Strong winds of up to 35 mph are expected to last through Monday morning when the advisory is set to end.

Heavy rain will turn to snow Saturday morning, with the heaviest snowfall expected to come in the evening and last through Sunday night.

Officials are warning residents to stay indoors and carry flashlights, food and water with them if travel is necessary.

A photo taken by the Montana Disaster Emergency Services showed already a foot of snow along Highway 2 near Browning.

“If you are caught outdoors or become stranded while traveling, this could become a life threatening situation,” an advisory tweet read.

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The NWS warned of “extreme impacts” including widespread tree damage, downed power lines, and poor travel conditions due to slick roads and poor visibility.

In neighboring Norman, Oklahoma, heavy snowfall rates of an inch an hour are expected to hit the Rocky Mountain front along the north of Great Falls until Monday at 6 a.m.

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John Cena visits injured Colorado Springs police officer

A Colorado Springs police officer who was shot in the line of duty in August 2018 finally got to meet his hero in New York on Friday.

Officer Cem Duzel recently returned to his home state of New York, where he will undergo rehab therapy.

Friday morning, WWE star John Cena visited Duzel and his family at their home.

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Cem Duzel (L) with John Cena  (Colorado Springs Police Department)

The Colorado Springs Police Department shared photos of the visit on Facebook.

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“Thank you to everyone in our community who helped make this happen for Officer Duzel, and thank you to John Cena for supporting our hero along his journey!” the police department said in the post. “We are amazed, humbled, and beyond thankful.”

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Cem Duzel and his family with John Cena (center with hat) (Colorado Springs Police Department)

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Woman Finds Out ‘Kitten’ She ‘Rescued’ Is Actually A Bobcat

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A Tennessee woman who believed she was rescuing a lost kitten was surprised when she found out the creature was actually a baby bobcat.

The ordeal began on Sept. 20, when Jill Hicks, who was driving to dinner that evening, spotted what she believed to be a small bunny running through a yard toward a busy road. As she got closer to the animal, Hicks says, she realized it was actually a “kitten” and pulled her vehicle over to save it from oncoming traffic.

“Surprisingly it didn’t run from me,” she wrote on Facebook. “I put it in the car with me and it climbed all over me like a kitten would do, got in the floorboard under my feet, and after stopping a couple of times to get it nestled into my lap, I finally got home with it.”

Hicks, who owns a dog and a cat, set up a nice space for the rescue pet in her garage, complete with a litter box, cat food, water and a “cozy” box that included a soft sweater.

The animal lover even shared an image of the creature, which she initially called a bobtail cat, on Facebook in an attempt to find it a loving home.

However, after consulting with a neighbor who had asked to see the kitten, Hicks began to realize the cuddly critter was actually a juvenile bobcat.

“Thank the lord for her because I sure was about to put that baby in the sink and give it a bath and put it in bed with me!” Hicks joked on Facebook.

She then took the bobcat to For Fox Sake Wildlife Rescue, a nonprofit in Chattanooga, Tenn., where volunteers named the feline Arwen and discovered she was about 5 weeks old.

“The lady said it’s odd for them to be this young this time of year, she thinks maybe the mom had a liter and lost it and then had this baby,” Hicks noted. “It made me sad to think that she lost a litter and now I took this one from her and she spent all night searching for her baby but I had no idea it was a bobcat. I thought it was a kitten and just wanted to keep it from getting hit by a car or eaten by coyotes.”

Thankfully, Hicks says, Arwen is in good hands at For Fox Sake — she has been eating formula regularly and has already gained a couple of ounces.

The bobcat will remain under the care of the shelter until she has matured enough to be released into the wild to join a large colony of bobcats in a nearby area where hunting is not permitted.

“I feel in my heart she will live happily ever after!” Hicks said.

If you wish to donate toward Arwen’s rehabilitation, as well as the other bobcats, skunks, foxes and raccoons at For Fox Sake, here is their Amazon wishlist.

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