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AOC claims Republicans motivated by ‘sexual frustrations’ in Twitter rant amid Florida trip controversy

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Autoplay "Squad" queen Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez , D-N.Y., suggested Friday that Republican critics are motivated by "sexual frustrations" due to the fact that "they can’t date" the left-wing congresswoman.

The New York Democrat made the claim in response to online criticism she faced after reports revealed she had traveled to Miami with her boyfriend before the new year.

"If Republicans are mad they can’t date me they can just say that instead of projecting their sexual frustrations onto my boyfriend’s feet," Ocasio-Cortez tweeted on Friday in response to former Trump campaign advisor Steve Cortes, who had taken a shot at her boyfriend’s attire. Ocasio-Cortez was spotted in Florida with her boyfriend amid a coronavirus spike in New York City, in a photo published by National Review. "Ya creepy weirdos," she continued. The New York Democrat continued in a tweet thread that it is "starting to get old ignoring the very obvious, strange, and deranged sexual frustrations that underpin the Republican fixation on me, women, [and] LGBT+ people in general."

"These people clearly need therapy, won’t do it, and use politics as their outlet instead. It’s really weird," she added.

Ocasio-Cortez made headlines on Friday when it was reported that she and her boyfriend had traveled down to Miami amid the massive COVID surge in New York City. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is seen during the Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, testified before the House Financial Services Committee on Wednesday morning in Capitol Hill. Washington, D.C. October 23, 2019. (Photo by Aurora Samperio/NurPhoto via Getty Images) The National Review reported that Ocasio-Cortez was spotted out in Miami, publishing a photo of the congresswoman sipping on a drink with her boyfriend.

Since the congresswoman’s arrival in the Sunshine State, Ocasio-Cortez’s campaign has sent out a fundraising email to drum up cash for the New York congresswoman."But, candidly, our fundraising has slowed down since the summer months this year, and we’re relying on your support today to get back on track, hit this goal, and keep Alexandria in Congress fighting for bold solutions for working families," the email reads.Additionally, a record number of police, paramedics and other first responders in Ocasio-Cortez’s home city have called out sick amid the surge, according to city officials.


Biden extends U.S. support for International Space Station through 2030

FILE PHOTO: NASA astronaut Reid Wiseman works outside the International Space Station (Reuters) – The administration of U.S. President Joe Biden has committed to extending the International Space Station (ISS) operations through 2030, NASA Administrator Bill Nelson said on Friday.

Nelson said that the Biden administration had committed to working with international partners, including Russia, to continue research being conducted in the orbiting laboratory through the rest of this decade. Russia and the United States have had close cooperation aboard the International Space Station for more than two decades.

U.S. officials said in November that an anti-satellite missile test that Russia conducted generated a debris field in low-Earth orbit that endangered the station and will pose a hazard to space activities for years.

The station would operate through 2030 if approved by international partners and funded by the U.S. Congress. Currently, Congress has approved funding through 2024.

The Interfax news agency said in August that Russia and the United States will continue working together on ISS after 2024, citing a senior official at Russia’s space agency Roscosmos.

"As more and more nations are active in space, it’s more important than ever that the United States continues to lead the world in growing international alliances and modeling rules and norms for the peaceful and responsible use of space", Nelson said in a statement on Friday released by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA).

Tensions between Russia and the United States have not been confined to just issues related to space. Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday exchanged warnings over Ukraine but conveyed some optimism that diplomatic talks in January could ease spiraling tensions.

(Reporting by Kanishka Singh in Bengaluru; Editing by Lisa Shumaker)


Trump-appointed McWilliams resigns as chair of Democrat-majority U.S. FDIC board

2021 Milken Insitute Global Conference WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Republican head of the U.S. Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC), who clashed with the majority-Democratic board, said on Friday she will step down from her role effective Feb. 4, 2022,

The term of Jelena McWilliams, a holdover from the Trump administration who was appointed to the role in June 2018, had previously said she intended to serve out her full term, which was set to expire in mid-2023.

However, McWilliams is now outnumbered on the board by Democrats, which in recent weeks set off a messy public fight over who should set the board’s agenda.

The five-member FDIC board currently has three members appointed by Democrats: Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Director Rohit Chopra, FDIC board member Martin Gruenberg, and acting head of the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency Michael Hsu. McWilliams is the lone Republican, and one position is currently vacant.

Gruenberg will serve as interim director. He previously ran the agency under President Barack Obama.

McWilliams’ unexpected resignation will hand control of the agency to Democrats, who are eager to take a tougher stance on banks.

"The agency has focused on maintaining and instilling confidence in our banking system while at the same time promoting innovation, strengthening financial inclusion, improving transparency, and supporting community banks and minority depository institutions," McWilliams said in a statement.

(Reporting by Katanga Johnson in Washington; Additional reporting by Pete Shroeder in Washington; Editing by Chris Reese)


US and Russia face deep differences ahead of Ukraine talks

WILMINGTON, Del. (AP) — After tough talk between Presidents Joe Biden and Vladimir Putin over the Russian troop buildup on the Ukraine border, both sides insist they are hopeful that a pathway to easing tensions could open during diplomatic talks set for January.

But with less than two weeks to go before senior U.S. and Russian officials are to meet in Geneva, the chasm is deep and the prospect of finding an exit to the crisis faces no shortage of complications.

Biden on Friday told reporters that he advised Putin when they spoke by phone a day earlier that the upcoming talks could only work if the Russian leader “deescalated, not escalated, the situation” in the days ahead. The U.S. president said he also sought to make plain to Putin that the U.S. and allies stood ready to hit Russia with punishing sanctions if the Russians further invade Ukraine.

“I made it clear to the President Putin that if he makes any more moves into Ukraine we will have severe sanctions," Biden said. "We will increase our presence in Europe with NATO allies. There will be a price to pay.”

Meanwhile, Biden’s national security team on Friday turned their attention to preparation for the Geneva talks, set for Jan. 9 and 10, to discuss the Russian massing of some 100,000 troops on its border with Ukraine.

The Geneva talks, which are to be led on the U.S. side by senior State Department officials, are slated to be followed by Russia-NATO council talks and a meeting of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe.

Biden is scheduled to speak by phone Sunday with Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy. The two leaders plan to review preparations for the upcoming diplomatic engagements, according to the White House.

Secretary of State Antony Blinken on Friday debriefed Canadian Foreign Minister Mélanie Joly, Italian Foreign Minister Luigi Di Maio and NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg on the Biden-Putin call and discussed preparations for the upcoming summit.


Ron DeSantis accompanied wife to cancer treatment while critics claimed he was ‘missing’

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Autoplay Florida Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis accompanied his wife to her cancer treatment while critics were accusing the governor of taking a vacation as coronavirus cases spiked, Fox News has learned.

A DeSantis spokesperson said the governor accompanied wife Casey to cancer treatment Dec. 29, the day several left-wing critics accused the governor of "missing." Rep. Ron DeSantis, Republican candidate for governor of Florida, speaks as his wife Casey DeSantis looks on during a campaign rally in Estero, Fla. Oct. 31, 2018. DeSantis’ announced in October that his wife had been diagnosed with breast cancer, telling Fox News at the time that as "the mother of three young children, Casey is the centerpiece of our family and has made an impact on the lives of countless Floridians through her initiatives as first lady."


Democratic Mayor Jerry Demings of Orange County in Florida criticized DeSantis in a press conference Tuesday amid the rising COVID cases, suggesting state residents "should be outraged" with DeSantis not being in front of the media during the spike. Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis. (AP Photo/Marta Lavandier) "Our residents, all Florida residents should be outraged, and they should ask the question, ‘Now, where’s our state? Where’s our governor?’" Demings said . "Where is Ron DeSantis now? When was the last time you saw the governor do a press briefing regarding COVID-19?"

Others, including Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., took to social media to criticize DeSantis and accuse him of being "inexplicably missing." "Hasn’t Gov. DeSantis been inexplicably missing for like 2 weeks," Ocasio-Cortez wrote in a tweet during a visit to Florida. "If he’s around, I would be happy to say hello. His social media team seems to have been posting old photos for weeks."

"In the meantime, perhaps I could help with local organizing," added Ocasio-Cortez, who was spotted maskless while drinking and dining outdoors in the Sunshine State. "Folks are quite receptive here." Gov. Ron DeSantis (Images/LightRocket) MSNBC host Joy Reid also lashed out at DeSantis, writing in a tweet: "A governor, not governing during a crisis; and sunning his belly on vacation instead. @GovRonDeSantis is the Nero of Ted Cruzes."DeSantis Press Secretary Christina Pushaw responded to Reid, attaching photos of DeSantis’ daily schedule, and asked, "Have you ever considered that you’re one of the reasons nobody trusts the media?" DeSantis communications staffer Kyle Lamb also responded to critics on Twitter who were questioning whether DeSantis was on vacation, writing: "Just FYI, [DeSantis] is not on vacation. Literally no one from our office has said that he is."Anyone pushing that could have easily seen the public schedule and seen that he’s taking calls and meetings this past week," Lamb added. "Not having public events does not = ‘vacation.’" Fox News’ Houston Keene contributed to this report.


Orange Bowl 2021: For Michigan-Georgia football, Ric Flair has beef and wrestlers have chosen sides

For Friday’s 2021 College Football Playoff Semifinal at the Capital One Orange Bowl between the No. 2 Michigan Wolverines and No. 3 Georgia Bulldogs , the wrestlers have chosen sides. Ric Flair for the Wolverines and Goldberg for Georgia, his alma mater.

The Nature Boy has long been on the Michigan bandwagon. He once attended a national signing day event with Wolverines coach Jim Harbaugh and earlier this season, Flair congratulated the Wolverines for beating Ohio State and then for winning the Big Ten championship. However, in early December, he also tweeted he would be rooting for Georgia in the SEC championship game. Read more: Everything to know for the College Football Playoff semifinals

Now, it appears, "the Rolex-wearing, diamond-ring-wearing, kiss-stealing, wheelin’-dealin’, limousine-riding, jet-flying, son of a gun" has beef with Georgia coach Kirby Smart for an apparent sideline snub. Sorry @KirbySmartUGA ! You Should Have Shook My Hand On The Sidelines When I Was Standing Next To @HerschelWalker In Athens! Today, It’s All BLUE! @CoachJim4UM Has Been Shaking My Hand Since 1989! GO BLUE! @UMichFootball — Ric Flair® (@RicFlairNatrBoy) December 31, 2021 Goldberg, a former WCW heavyweight champion, played defensive tackle for the Bulldogs in the late 1980s before being picked in the 11th round of the 1990 NFL draft by the Los Angeles Rams. He was the guest picker on College GameDay on Friday. It looks like @Goldberg could still play for @GeorgiaFootball � — College GameDay (@CollegeGameDay) December 31, 2021


How Utah football united through the grief of two players’ deaths

SALT LAKE CITY — Donna Lowe-Stern didn’t know exactly what she would say. The day before, Sept. 26, her son Aaron Lowe had been killed. Now she was looking out at a room full of his mourning Utah football teammates. Coach Kyle Whittingham had asked her whether she would like to speak with the team, and she felt it was important for them to hear from her — for her to express what she thought Aaron’s message would have been.

"I would love y’all to stay focused and keep playing because that’s what Aaron would want," Lowe-Stern told them.

Her message was short and powerful, but it would stick with the players and coaches for the rest of the season.

"She was so strong," said running back Micah Bernard , a close friend of Lowe’s. "It’s her child. To see a woman strong like that and address us, it motivated us to do right by him. It was powerful just for even talking to us about it. Just to do that, it helped the whole team get through it."

Football hadn’t been a priority up to that moment, but Lowe-Stern was calling on her son’s teammates to use the sport for a higher purpose.

In a players’ meeting days later, the team discussed what its next steps should be. It was in a bye week after beating Washington State to open Pac-12 play, and everything was on the table. Should the players take time off? Should they resume football?

"We all said we got to get right back into it," Bernard said. "The world doesn’t stop, and we have to do this for our fallen brother. Her being there helped us decide what to do."

Lowe’s death came roughly nine months after his close friend and Utah teammate Ty Jordan died after an accidental self-inflicted gunshot. Faced with yet another tragedy, the season could have easily been lost.

Instead, the opposite happened.

"It brought us together in a way that I don’t know what could have been more powerful," Whittingham said. "It unified us and gave us all a cause. Not that you need that to have a good football team, but that really sparked us and really gave everybody a common denominator to play for."

A mantra within the team was born — "Be 22% better" — a tribute to the number both Jordan and Lowe wore.

With their memories front of mind, the team rededicated itself on the field. Utah, which started the season 2-2, won eight of its final nine games, including a rout of Oregon to secure its first Pac-12 championship and book its first appearance in the Rose Bowl Game Pres. by Capital One Venture X, where it’ll face Ohio State ( Saturday, 5 p.m. ET on ESPN/ESPN App ).

"I felt like I was playing for them, and I felt like I owed the season to them," said Clark Phillips III , a close friend of both players’. "If I wasn’t giving my all every play, then I wouldn’t be able to live with myself." […]


Odell Beckham Jr. happy to be scoring touchdowns since joining Los Angeles Rams

THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. — Touchdown shortage? That’s no longer the case for Odell Beckham Jr .

The eighth-year pro has caught four touchdown passes over a five-game span for the Los Angeles Rams .

"It’s been great," Beckham said about his recent end zone productivity. "Over the last couple of years, I’ve felt deprived. I’ve definitely missed the end zone for sure, and it just hasn’t been as easy and seamless as it could and should be. I’m someone who I feel like I should score once or twice every single game, I feel like I can get 100 yards every single game."

The Rams signed Beckham to a one-year $1.25 million contract in November after he cleared waivers following his release from the Cleveland Browns .

In six games in L.A., Beckham is averaging 41.3 receiving yards per game and has caught four TD passes, including his first scoring reception since Oct. 4, 2020. He’s also caught a touchdown pass in three consecutive games for the first time since 2015.

"I’m just happy that I’m at a place that I’m having fun within myself," Beckham said. "Just having fun playing football again."

In six games with the Browns this season, Beckham averaged 38.8 receiving yards per game and did not catch a single touchdown pass.

Rams coach Sean McVay described Beckham as "a joy to be around" since his arrival.

"He’s got a great charisma, great presence, he’s an incredibly talented football player and then I can attest to this now, he’s a great teammate," McVay said. "He really cares about these guys, he’s been incredibly selfless, he’s made plays when he’s had the opportunity."

Through seven weeks with the Rams, Beckham has not garnered the attention he once received throughout five seasons with the New York Giants or 2 ½ seasons with the Browns.

He said he knew that would be the case when he signed with a team on which receiver Cooper Kupp was on pace for a historic season. With two games remaining in the regular season, Kupp is nearing 2,000 receiving yards and is tracking to win the "triple crown" — leading the NFL in catches, receiving yards and receiving touchdowns.

"Man, I find it funny, all the talks that ever been said about me being a me guy. People are going to say whatever but just have no idea," Beckham said. "And when I chose to come here, I’m knowing that Coops on pace to break a record, I didn’t come here thinking, ‘Oh, I got to get my targets.’ That’s just not being me — yeah I want the ball, I’m a competitor, but like I said, I came late to the party.

"It’s just funny, all the backlash that I get about the type of person that I am and this and that, and I think you just see me in an atmosphere where success is around and like I said, these people are on pace for history. I want to watch them break, I told him I want him to get 2K […]


Betty White dies at 99

Betty White, former Golden Girl and national treasure , has died at age 99, her longtime agent said in a statement to People magazine.

She was just weeks away from celebrating her 100th birthday.

White was nominated for 21 Primetime Emmy awards and won five.

Betty White leaves behind a career in show business that spans more than 80 years.

She was nominated for 21 Primetime Emmy awards and won five. She was also nominated for one Grammy Award and won one.

Here’s a look back at key moments from White ‘s career. 1940s – Has roles on several popular radio shows, including “Rin-Tin-Tin,” “This is Your FBI” and “The Great Gildersleeve.”

1949 – Lands her first role on television on “Hollywood on Television,” a live daily show.

1975 – Wins Emmy Award for Outstanding Continuing Performance by a Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series for “The Mary Tyler Moore Show.”

1976 – Wins Emmy Award for Outstanding Continuing Performance by a Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series for “The Mary Tyler Moore Show.”

1985-1992 – Plays Rose Nyland on “The Golden Girls.”

1986 – Wins Emmy for Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Comedy Series for “The Golden Girls.”

1995 – Is inducted into the Television Hall of Fame.

1996 – Wins Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series for “The John Larroquette Show.” Jan. 23, 2010 – Is presented with the Screen Actors Guild Life Achievement Award . May 8, 2010 – Hosts “Saturday Night Live.” Aug. 21, 2010 – Wins a Creative Arts Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series, for her guest host spot on “Saturday Night Live.” 2010-2015 – Plays Elka Ostrovsky on “Hot in Cleveland.” Feb. 12, 2012 – Wins Grammy for Best Spoken Word Album (Includes Poetry, Audio Books & Story Telling) for “If You Ask Me (And Of Course You Won’t).” Dec. 2013 – Earns the Guinness World Record for Longest TV Career for a female entertainer (74 years). April 26, 2015 – Receives a Lifetime Achievement Award at the 42nd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards . Sept. 17, 2018 – Is honored at the 70th Primetime Emmy Awards for her more than 80 years in show business. Read more about White here . Betty White, former Golden Girl and national treasure , was set to turn 100 on Jan. 17 and was inviting fans to celebrate with her in a special movie event called "Betty White: 100 Years Young — A Birthday Celebration."The movie, made by Steve Boettcher and Mike Trinklein, follows White in her day-to-day life, including behind-the-scenes on sets, working with her office staff, entertaining at home, lending her voice as an animal advocate and taking viewers to her actual birthday party.A star-studded cast of friends including Ryan Reynolds, Tina Fey, Robert Redford, Lin Manuel- Miranda, Clint Eastwood, Morgan Freeman, Jay Leno, Carol Burnett, Craig Ferguson, Jimmy Kimmel, Valerie Bertinelli, James Corden, Wendy Malick, and Jennifer Love Hewitt […]