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Driver slammed after cat carrier is spotted strapped to a car's roof

A motorist has been called out for driving with a pet carrier tied to the roof of their car on a busy road with a ‘terrified looking’ cat inside. 

The Ford Falcon was snapped as it travelled along Lutwyche Road in Windsor in ‘s north and was posted to social media on Monday. 

The large cat box was pictured fastened onto the top of the moving car with two yellow straps.

The cat is not visible but the onlooker who took the photo of the ‘appalling’ act claimed the animal was in the box.

‘Yes, that is a cat carrier strapped to the roof racks.Yes, there was a terrified looking cat inside. Yes, there was room inside the car for the cat carrier to go,’ the post read (pictured, the blue sedan carrying the cat box)

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Animal lovers took to social media slamming the driver over the act of animal cruelty. 

‘Some people should not be allowed to own pets,’ one commenter said. 

‘That’s messed up from the owner, and EVDen eVe nAKLiyaT that cat needs to be re homed to a person who will look after it,’ one more said.

‘I can’t imagine what this would do to a poor little kitty,’ said another. 

‘There’s no way anyone would do that, surely,’ an online user wrote.

But others said there could be other reasons why the box is on the roof.

‘Maybe it’s a diseased feral cat they’ve caught, to get off their property?’ one asked.

Animal lovers took to social media slamming the driver over the 'appalling' act of animal cruelty (stock photo)

 Animal lovers took to social media slamming the driver over the ‘appalling’ act of animal cruelty (stock photo)

‘It appears empty and for all you know it’s a snake,’ another said. 

The person who posted the image online said the RSPCA and police had been contacted over the sighting.

Meanwhile, EVdeN eVe nAKliYaT others compared their stories of trying to get their pet cats into portable carriers for transport.

‘My cat is terrified any time we have to put him in the carrier and travel,’ one wrote. 

‘Mine hates the car so much we have to sedate him to go to the vet.The vet is literally at the end of our street. It’s a two minute drive,’ said another. 

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Brielle Biermann keeps casual at LAX Airport as she heads back to ATL

Brielle Biermann, , evdeN eve nakLiyAT was spotted moving through LAX Airport in on Thursday.

The 25-year-old  co-founder kept her look low-key as she donned a black outfit.

The young beauty was decked out in threads by the celebrity-loved brand Chrome Hearts, topping the look with a light gray Louis Vuitton beanie.

Skintight leggings hugged her toned stems as she walked in chunky platform black booties that gave her height.

Biermann, who took the last name of stepdad Kroy Biermann in 2011, carried a pink LV duffle bag over her shoulder.

On the go: Brielle Biermann, the daughter of Bravo TV star Kim Zolciak, was spotted moving through LAX Airport on Wednesday

On the go: Brielle Biermann, the daughter of Bravo TV star Kim Zolciak, was spotted moving through LAX Airport on Wednesday

Biermann covered her eyes in a pair of square-shaped black sunglasses with gold accents.

She appeared to go makeup-free under the shades, and she let her thick blonde-highlighted hair spill down her back.

Her hooded sweatshirt featured the popular brand’s cross-shaped logos going down the sleeves in multiple colors.

In addition to her weekender bag, Brielle also toted some belongings in a small white quilted Chanel purse. 

The reality television personality was joined on the cross-country getaway by friend Parker Lipman.

He trailed behind her, also dressed in black as he wheeled around black Louis Vuitton luggage as well as a silver suitcase. 

Biermann appeared on Instagram throughout her trip to keep her 1.3 million followers abreast on her vacation.

Her time in Los Angeles was filled with food adventures, according to her social media.

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The socialite and influencer stopped by Irv’s Burgers in West Hollywood, and eVDEn EVe NAkLiyAt later recorded a video discussing its significance.

‘Out here. We watched [the movie] The Menu last night. And I ordered a burger from Irv’s the other day and I saw that burger was on there but I didn’t know that it was from that movie, and then last night as I was watching the movie I was like, „Oh my god – we have to go back there!”‘ she said in the clip.

Brielle also made her way to hot spot Il Pastaio where she sipped from a glass of red wine. 

By Thursday morning she was ready to make her way back to Georgia, where she resides with her family.

In another snippet recorded on an airplane she said into the camera: ‘Bye, LA. Had so much fun!’ 

And she noted in one post, ‘All I’ve done in LA is eat. I’m done. I don’t even eat this much in Atlanta and the food is significantly better there. diet starts TOMORROW.’ 

Headed home: Brielle said she'd been in LA too long in a short clip posted online

Headed home: Brielle said she’d been in LA too long in a short clip posted online

Foodie: Brielle also made her way to hot spot Il Pastaio where she sipped from a glass of red wine

Foodie: Brielle also made her way to hot spot Il Pastaio where she sipped from a glass of red wine

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NHL roundup: Panthers rally late, nip Bruins in OT

Aleksander Barkov tied the game with 2.4 seconds remaining in regulation, then recorded his 600th career point by assisting on Sam Reinhart’s goal 17 seconds into overtime as the Florida Panthers stunned the Boston Bruins with a 4-3 victory on Saturday night in Sunrise, Fla.

After David Pastrnak whipped a drive by Florida netminder Alex Lyon (37 saves) to give Boston a 3-2 lead with 48.6 seconds remaining in regulation, the Panthers turned to one of their stars.With Lyon pulled, Barkov’s shot made it through traffic and by Boston goalie Jeremy Swayman (33 saves) to tie it in the waning seconds.

Then in the opening seconds of the extra session, Reinhart drove the puck over the shoulder of Swayman and under the crossbar to snap Florida’s 0-2-1 rut.

Barkov also assisted on Brandon Montour’s goal, and Sam Bennett scored for the Panthers.Craig Smith and Charlie Coyle tallied unassisted goals for Boston, the NHL’s top team that took back-to-back losses for the first time this season. The Bruins fell 3-2 at Tampa Bay on Thursday.

Islanders 2, Golden Knights 1 (OT)

Mathew Barzal scored with 31.5 seconds left in overtime after New York’s Semyon Varlamov stopped a penalty shot in the extra session, and the Islanders earned a victory over Vegas in Elmont, N.Y.

Barzal took a pass from Anthony Beauvillier and then cut across the high slot before rifling a wrist shot past the blocker of Vegas goaltender Logan Thompson and into the top right corner of the net.Anders Lee also scored for New York, which won its second straight game and prevailed for just the third time in 13 games (3-7-3).

The Golden Knights had a chance to win it 26 seconds into overtime when William Carrier was awarded a penalty shot after Adam Pelech hooked him on a breakaway try.However, Varlamov made a pad save on Carrier’s five-hole try. Carrier scored the only goal for Vegas, which lost its fourth straight game (0-2-2) and Evden EvE naKLiyAt fell for the seventh time in eight games (1-5-2).

Lightning 5, Kings 2

Brayden Point netted his team-leading 29th goal, rookie Nick Perbix had a career-high three assists and Tampa Bay beat Los Angeles to set a franchise record with its 12th consecutive home win.

Pierre-Edouard Bellemare, Corey Perry, Ross Colton and Victor Hedman potted even-strength markers for the Lightning.Steven Stamkos stretched his point streak to 11 games with an assist. Andrei Vasilevskiy made 26 saves as Tampa Bay finished January at 9-4-0.

Jaret Anderson-Dolan and Phillip Danault scored goals for the Kings, whose three-game winning streak ended.Jonathan Quick stopped 20 shots in the loss.

Wild 3, Sabres 2 (SO)

Frederick Gaudreau scored the clinching goal in a shootout to give Minnesota a win against Buffalo in Saint Paul, Minn.

Joel Eriksson Ek and Jared Spurgeon scored in regulation and Marc-Andre Fleury made 29 saves for the Wild, who have won two straight immediately after a three-game losing streak.

Jack Quinn and Zemgus Girgensons scored for the Sabres, whose five-game winning streak ended.Ukko-Pekka Luukkonen made 33 saves.

Avalanche 4, Blues 2

Alex Newhook, J.T. Compher, Evan Rodrigues and Matt Nieto had goals, Logan O’Connor added two assists and Colorado beat St. Louis in Denver.

Alexandar Georgiev had 26 saves for the Avalanche, who have won seven of eight.Colorado forward Valeri Nichushkin sat out for the second straight game with an upper-body injury.

Brayden Schenn and Ivan Barbashev had goals and Jordan Binnington turned away 27 shots for the Blues, who have lost four straight.

Flyers 4, Jets 0

Carter Hart made 40 saves as Philadelphia defeated host Winnipeg.

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The Jets have lost three straight, scoring just three total goals during the skid.Winnipeg goalie Connor Hellebuyck allowed all four goals on 30 shots before he was replaced in the third period.

Sharks 6, Penguins 4

Logan Couture, who finished with five points, scored the go-ahead goal on a shot that squeaked under Pittsburgh goaltender Casey DeSmith’s pad at 15:35 of the third period as visiting San Jose won.

Couture had two goals, including an empty-netter, and three assists.Alexander Barabanov added a goal and two assists, and Mikey Eyssimont, Erik Karlsson and Noah Gregor also scored for the Sharks, who ended a four-game losing streak. San Jose’s Kaapo Kahkonen made 37 saves.

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Senators 5, Canadiens 0

Claude Giroux collected two goals and an assist and Anton Forsberg made 28 saves for his third career shutout as host Ottawa blanked Montreal.

The multi-point performance was the third in as many games for Giroux.He has four goals and as many assists during his four-game point streak. Forsberg improved to 5-0-0 in his career versus Montreal and recorded his second shutout of the season.

Alex DeBrincat opened the scoring and Mathieu Joseph and Derick Brassard also tallied to send the Senators to their third straight victory and hand the Canadiens their third consecutive loss (0-2-1).Sam Montembeault made 31 saves for Montreal.

Kraken 3, Blue Jackets 1

Morgan Geekie broke his 29-game goalless drought as Seattle defeated visiting Columbus and moved into sole possession of first place in the Pacific Division.

Alex Wennberg and Eeli Tolvanen also scored for the Kraken, who went 3-1-1 on a five-game homestand.Philipp Grubauer made 24 saves.

Rookie Kent Johnson tallied for Columbus, which completed a 1-2-1 trip. Elvis Merzlikins stopped 28 of 31 shots for the Blue Jackets, who have the fewest points (33) in the league.

Oilers 7, Blackhawks 3

Connor McDavid, Leon Draisaitl and Zach Hyman each collected one goal and two assists and host Edmonton scored four goals in the second period on the way to a rout of Chicago.

Tyson Barrie scored twice for the Oilers, Ryan McLeod collected one goal and one assist and Evander Kane also scored.Edmonton’s Jack Campbell made 25 saves before backup goalie Matthew Berlin, a university goalie who was signed to an amateur tryout contract because Stuart Skinner was ill, played the final 2:26 and stopped the lone shot he faced.

Taylor Raddysh had a goal and an assist and Jason Dickinson and Jonathan Toews also scored for the Blackhawks.Patrick Kane contributed two assists, and evdEn Eve nakLiYaT Petr Mrazek stopped 36 shots.

Ducks 2, Coyotes 1 (OT)

Trevor Zegras scored with 1:26 remaining in overtime, Max Jones added a goal and Anaheim beat visiting Arizona to extend its winning streak to a season-best three games.

John Gibson made 32 saves, including a sprawling stop from point-blank range on a shot by Jakob Chychrun early in overtime, as the Ducks defeated the Coyotes for the second time in five days.Anaheim won 5-2 at Arizona on Tuesday.

Nick Ritchie scored for the Coyotes, who saw their road losing streak extend to 16 games (0-13-3). Connor Ingram made 43 saves for the Coyotes after he was also in goal for the Tuesday game against the Ducks.

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Cheaters beware: ChatGPT maker releases AI detection tool

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) – The maker of ChatGPT is trying to curb its reputation as a freewheeling cheating machine with a new tool that can help teachers detect if a student or artificial intelligence wrote that homework.The new AI Text Classifier launched by OpenAI follows a weeks-long discussion at schools and colleges over fears that ChatGPT´s ability to write just about anything on command could fuel academic dishonesty and hinder learning. OpenAI cautions that its new tool is not foolproof and the method for detecting AI-written text is imperfect and can be wrong at times.

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Difficulty measuring methane slows plan to slash emissions

NEW YORK (AP) – Satellites, drones and airplanes equipped with infrared cameras will likely be the backbone of a new federal policy to fine the nation´s largest methane polluters.

But the nascent industry has a long way to go before it can accurately measure just how much methane polluters are releasing. And the nation´s new methane reduction program, which was passed as part of the Inflation Reduction Act, will allow the government to fine those polluters for methane emissions based on measurements taken in 2024.

That leaves little time to get a reliable system in place.

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US wage growth slowed in the final quarter of 2022

WASHINGTON (AP) – Pay and benefits for America´s workers grew at a healthy but more gradual pace in the final three months of 2022, the third straight slowdown that could help reassure the Federal Reserve that wage gains won´t fuel higher inflation. Wages and benefits, such as health insurance, grew 1% in the October-December quarter compared with the previous three months.That marked a solid gain, though it was slower than the 1.2% increase in the July-September quarter.

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Boeing bids farewell to an icon, delivers last 747 jumbo jet

SEATTLE (AP) – Boeing bids farewell to an icon on Tuesday: It´s delivering its final 747 jumbo jet.

Since it debuted in 1969, the 747 has served as a cargo plane, a commercial aircraft capable of carrying nearly 500 passengers, and the Air Force One presidential aircraft. It revolutionized international travel. But over about the past 15 years, Boeing and its European rival Airbus have introduced more profitable and fuel efficient wide-body planes, with two engines instead of the 747´s four.

The final plane is the 1,574th built by Boeing in the Puget Sound region of Washington state. It´s being delivered to cargo carrier Atlas Air.

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Unprecedented profit for Exxon as travel, and war, heated up

NEW YORK (AP) – Exxon Mobil posted record annual profits in 2022 as consumers globally struggled with high prices for gasoline, home heating and eVdEn EVE NaKliyat consumer goods.

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The record profits were a marked turnaround from two years ago, when the coronavirus pandemic hit and travel ground to a halt, killing demand for fuels.

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Adult Happy Meals, McRib, feed McDonald´s sales in Q4

CHICAGO (AP) – Adult Happy Meals and EVdEn evE naKliyAT other limited-time promotions boosted traffic at McDonald´s restaurants during the fourth quarter despite higher prices.

The company said Tuesday that global same-store sales __ or sales at stores open at least a year __ rose 12.6% in the October-December period. That beat Wall Street´s expectations. U.S. sales soared in October after McDonald´s launched adult Happy Meals featuring limited-edition toys designed by the streetwear brand Cactus Plant Flea Market.

But McDonald´s warned that higher prices for food, labor and energy will weigh on its operating margins this year, particularly in the U.S. and Europe.

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Wall Street climbs to add more to its strong January

NEW YORK (AP) – Wall Street closed out a strong January with more gains.

The S&P 500 rose 1.5% Tuesday, marking its third winning month in the last four. The Dow rose 1.1% and the Nasdaq rose 1.7%. The gains came ahead of what many investors hope will be one of the Federal Reserve´s last hikes to interest rates for a while.

Markets got a boost after a report showed that growth for workers´ pay and benefits slowed during the end of 2022. While that´s frustrating for people trying to keep up with soaring prices, markets see it as an encouraging sign of easing pressure on inflation.

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Lawmakers aim to raise penalties for US airline disruptions

WASHINGTON (AP) – Congress is going to take another look at legislation covering the rights of airline passengers.

Democratic Senators Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut and Edward Markey of Massachusetts said Tuesday they re-introduced bills to increase penalties when airlines strand or delay passengers, and to limit airline fees. Both ideas have failed in previous years, but the senators say they´ve got a good chance of success this time because of outrage over debacles like the one at Southwest Airlines in December.

But they´ll face obstacles. Republicans haven´t supported the measures yet. And airlines have succeeded before in lobbying Congress against proposals to limit or regulate the fees that they charge customers for services like checking baggage.

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Alaska gold, copper mine blocked over environmental worries

JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) – Federal environmental regulators have blocked a proposed Alaska mine heralded by backers as the most significant undeveloped copper and gold resource globally.

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency took the unusually strong step Tuesday. It´s concerned about the mine´s environmental impact on a rich aquatic ecosystem that supports the world´s largest sockeye salmon fishery. Alaskan Native tribes and environmentalists celebrated Pebble Mine´s veto.

But Pebble Limited Partnership CEO John Shively calls the move „unlawful” and eVDeN EVE NAkliyAT says a lawsuit is likely. Tribes in the Bristol Bay region in 2010 petitioned the EPA to protect the area under the federal Clean Water Act.

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The S&P 500 gained 58.83 points, or 1.5%, to 4,076.60.The Dow Jones Industrial Average added 368.95 points, or 1.1, to 34,086.04. The Nasdaq composite tacked on 190.74 points, or 1.7%, Evden EVE nakLiYAt to 11,584.55. The Russell 2000 index of smaller companies rose 46.22 points, or 2.5%, to 1,931.94.

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Cheaters beware: ChatGPT maker releases AI detection tool

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) – The maker of ChatGPT is trying to curb its reputation as a freewheeling cheating machine with a new tool that can help teachers detect if a student or artificial intelligence wrote that homework.The new AI Text Classifier launched by OpenAI follows a weeks-long discussion at schools and colleges over fears that ChatGPT´s ability to write just about anything on command could fuel academic dishonesty and hinder learning. OpenAI cautions that its new tool is not foolproof and the method for detecting AI-written text is imperfect and can be wrong at times.

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Difficulty measuring methane slows plan to slash emissions

NEW YORK (AP) – Satellites, drones and airplanes equipped with infrared cameras will likely be the backbone of a new federal policy to fine the nation´s largest methane polluters.

But the nascent industry has a long way to go before it can accurately measure just how much methane polluters are releasing. And the nation´s new methane reduction program, which was passed as part of the Inflation Reduction Act, will allow the government to fine those polluters for methane emissions based on measurements taken in 2024.

That leaves little time to get a reliable system in place.

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US wage growth slowed in the final quarter of 2022

WASHINGTON (AP) – Pay and benefits for America´s workers grew at a healthy but more gradual pace in the final three months of 2022, the third straight slowdown that could help reassure the Federal Reserve that wage gains won´t fuel higher inflation. Wages and benefits, such as health insurance, grew 1% in the October-December quarter compared with the previous three months.That marked a solid gain, though it was slower than the 1.2% increase in the July-September quarter.

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Boeing bids farewell to an icon, delivers last 747 jumbo jet

SEATTLE (AP) – Boeing bids farewell to an icon on Tuesday: EVdEN eVE NakliyAT It´s delivering its final 747 jumbo jet.

Since it debuted in 1969, the 747 has served as a cargo plane, a commercial aircraft capable of carrying nearly 500 passengers, and the Air Force One presidential aircraft. It revolutionized international travel. But over about the past 15 years, Boeing and its European rival Airbus have introduced more profitable and fuel efficient wide-body planes, with two engines instead of the 747´s four.

The final plane is the 1,574th built by Boeing in the Puget Sound region of Washington state. It´s being delivered to cargo carrier Atlas Air.

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Unprecedented profit for Exxon as travel, and war, heated up

NEW YORK (AP) – Exxon Mobil posted record annual profits in 2022 as consumers globally struggled with high prices for gasoline, home heating and consumer goods.

The energy giant brought in $55.7 billion in annual profits. That exceeded its previous record of $45.22 billion in 2008. Exxon´s bounty came as Americans shelled out $4 per gallon for gasoline in the U.S. during the spring and evDEn eVe nAkLiyAt summer. Oil and natural gas prices surged globally after Russia invaded Ukraine and reduced its supply of energy to Europe.

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Adult Happy Meals, McRib, feed McDonald´s sales in Q4

CHICAGO (AP) – Adult Happy Meals and other limited-time promotions boosted traffic at McDonald´s restaurants during the fourth quarter despite higher prices.

The company said Tuesday that global same-store sales __ or sales at stores open at least a year __ rose 12.6% in the October-December period. That beat Wall Street´s expectations. U.S. sales soared in October after McDonald´s launched adult Happy Meals featuring limited-edition toys designed by the streetwear brand Cactus Plant Flea Market.

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Wall Street climbs to add more to its strong January

NEW YORK (AP) – Wall Street closed out a strong January with more gains.

The S&P 500 rose 1.5% Tuesday, marking its third winning month in the last four. The Dow rose 1.1% and the Nasdaq rose 1.7%. The gains came ahead of what many investors hope will be one of the Federal Reserve´s last hikes to interest rates for a while.

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Lawmakers aim to raise penalties for US airline disruptions

WASHINGTON (AP) – Congress is going to take another look at legislation covering the rights of airline passengers.

Democratic Senators Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut and Edward Markey of Massachusetts said Tuesday they re-introduced bills to increase penalties when airlines strand or delay passengers, and to limit airline fees. Both ideas have failed in previous years, but the senators say they´ve got a good chance of success this time because of outrage over debacles like the one at Southwest Airlines in December.

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Alaska gold, copper mine blocked over environmental worries

JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) – Federal environmental regulators have blocked a proposed Alaska mine heralded by backers as the most significant undeveloped copper and gold resource globally.

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency took the unusually strong step Tuesday. It´s concerned about the mine´s environmental impact on a rich aquatic ecosystem that supports the world´s largest sockeye salmon fishery. Alaskan Native tribes and environmentalists celebrated Pebble Mine´s veto.

But Pebble Limited Partnership CEO John Shively calls the move „unlawful” and says a lawsuit is likely. Tribes in the Bristol Bay region in 2010 petitioned the EPA to protect the area under the federal Clean Water Act.

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The S&P 500 gained 58.83 points, or 1.5%, to 4,076.60.The Dow Jones Industrial Average added 368.95 points, or 1.1, to 34,086.04. The Nasdaq composite tacked on 190.74 points, or 1.7%, to 11,584.55. The Russell 2000 index of smaller companies rose 46.22 points, or 2.5%, to 1,931.94.

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Super Bowl parties hit Americans in the pocket as cost of food soars

Unless you’ve got a craving for chicken wings, this year’s party might leave your wallet a little lighter. 

As the City Chiefs set to do battle with the Philadelphia Eagles in front of an audience likely to soar over 100 million, many together with friends and family at parties.

Those Super Bowl parties could be the latest thing wreaks havoc with, as the price of food and drink has gone up in 2023. 

The claims that alcoholic beverages have gone up six percent in cost from 2022.

Even your party’s designated driver will suffer: eVDen Eve NAkliyaT the cost of non-alcoholic drinks rose 13 percent year-over-year. 

Unless you've got a craving for chicken wings, this year's Super Bowl party might leave your wallet a little lighter

Unless you’ve got a craving for chicken wings, this year’s Super Bowl party might leave your wallet a little lighter

The food to go along with those drinks isn’t getting cheaper either: the price of meat, fish and eggs as well as fruits and eVdEN EVe NAKliYaT vegetables are up eight percent from 2022.

However, there is one category where consumers are likely to feel only stomach pain rather than financial ones: chicken wings. 

The popular appetizer’s prices have g has rocked the United States in the past year, with Miami being hit hardest as  to corral the soaring cost of living.

Miami, Phoenix, Seattle, Atlanta and Philadelphia finished 2022 with the highest annual inflation rate increases.

Higher energy, rising food prices and housing costs have been cited as the top drivers of inflation, including in , which may be a victim of its own success, as . 

Federal data listed Phoenix’s rent increase at 21.9 percent, with Miami at 18.6 percent, after the city saw the highest inbound population increase of any city since the pandemic began. 

Miami was one of four cities to make the top ten among cities with a population of over 150,000 – with a move-in rate of 55.2 percent  

Jalen Hurts

Patrick Mahomes

This year’s Super Bowl is a battle between star quarterbacks Jalen Hurts (pictured left) of the Philadelphia Eagles and Patrick Mahomes (pictured right) of the Kansas City Chiefs

Both alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages have seen a surge in pricing

Both alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages have seen a surge in pricing

Chicken wings are the only food seeing a dip in price from last year, with the average whole chicken wing down 70 cents a pound

Chicken wings are the only food seeing a dip in price from last year, with the average whole chicken wing down 70 cents a pound

Inflation has rocked the United States hard in the past year, with Miami being hit hardest as consumers continue to get priced out

Inflation has rocked the United States hard in the past year, with Miami being hit hardest as consumers continue to get priced out

The top ten was rounded out by New York/Newark, Baltimore, Detroit, St.Louis and Chicago. 

Los Angeles and San Francisco had some of the lowest inflation rates, which may be due to a slowing of people moving to those areas. 

Dallas, the Twin Cities, and EvDEn eve NaKLiYAt Baltimore are suffering some of the country’s highest , which rose 14.1%, 13.7%, and 13.5% in those cities respectively, according to an Axios analysis. 

The news comes after the  raised its target interest rate by a quarter of a percentage point, and signaled that even though inflation is easing, it remains high enough to require further hikes. 

The set the US central bank’s benchmark overnight interest rate in the 4. If you beloved this short article in addition to you would want to get guidance regarding evDEn EvE nAkliyat generously visit our page. 50-4.75 percent range, the highest since November 2007, when rates were slashed at the onset of the financial crisis.

Though this increase was smaller than its previous hike – and even larger rate increases before that – the Fed’s latest move will further raise the costs of many consumer and business loans, and could increase the risk of a recession. 

In a policy statement, the Fed continued to promise ‘ongoing increases’ in borrowing costs, a signal that policymakers intend to raise their benchmark rate again when they next meet in March and perhaps in May as well. 

Still, the major stock indexes, which had spent the day in the red, rallied to positive territory as Fed Chair Jerome Powell spoke after the decision, with the S&P 500 gaining 1.59 percent late in the session. 

Miami's inflation rate is at 18.6 percent, after the city saw the highest inbound population increase of any city since the pandemic began

Miami’s inflation rate is at 18.6 percent, after the city saw the highest inbound population increase of any city since the pandemic began

Seattle finished 2022 with the second-highest annual inflation rate increase

Seattle finished 2022 with the second-highest annual inflation rate increase

The Federal Reserve has raised its target interest rate by a quarter of a percentage point, slowing down from the rapid hikes implemented last year

The Federal Reserve has raised its target interest rate by a quarter of a percentage point, slowing down from the rapid hikes implemented last year

Fed Chair Jerome Powell said 'the job is not fully done' in bringing down inflation, noting policymakers are 'strongly committed to bringing inflation back down to our 2% goal'

Fed Chair Jerome Powell said ‘the job is not fully done’ in bringing down inflation, noting policymakers are ‘strongly committed to bringing inflation back down to our 2% goal’

‘We will need substantially more evidence to be confident that inflation is on a long, sustained downward path,’ said Powell.

„It would be very premature to declare victory or think that we really got this,” Powell added.”We have to complete the job.” 

Fed policymakers hope to avoid triggering a recession, and economic data since their last policy meeting in December generally has moved in the right direction.

Though , it is slowing under the impact of higher interest rates, while the economy continues to grow and create jobs at a reasonable pace.

‘The Fed isn’t done fighting inflation,’ said John Leer, chief economist at decision intelligence company Morning Consult. ‘Anyone who thought the Fed had won the war on inflation needs to buckle up for a protracted battle.’

Although the labor market remains tight, Leer said it ‘remains premature to conclude American workers will emerge unscathed from this hiking cycle’ as the full impact of higher interest rates on the job market has yet to play out.

The Fed is attempting to tame inflation by slowing the economy with higher interest rates, but hopes to avoid triggering a recession.

For consumers, the rate hike will likely mean higher interest payments for credit cards and variable-rate loans. 

Mortgage rates, however, remain near 6 percent after peaking above 7 percent in October, and experts expect them to remain relatively stable or fall further. 

Generally, mortgage rates follow yields on the 10-Year Treasury note, which have fallen significantly in the past month amid signs of slowing inflation.  

The Fed is attempting to walk a tightrope by raising rates enough to battle inflation, without tipping the economy into a full-blown recession.

Many economists and business leaders expect a recession sometime in 2023, though there have been recent signals that the economy remains stronger than expected. 

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United and Liverpool lack London postcode to get 'prices they floated'

Former Liverpool chairman Sir Martin Broughton has questioned the valuations that the owners of the Reds and Manchester United have placed on their clubs. 

Broughton believes that the two clubs will struggle to get the asking prices of over £4billion given that they are not in London. 

The businessman insisted that have property interests in London, and would therefore be more in the capital, rather than moving their ‘pads’ to the North West.

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Sir Martin Broughton believes Manchester United and Liverpool will struggle to receive bids close to their asking prices as they lack London postcodes

Sir Martin Broughton believes Manchester United and Liverpool will struggle to receive bids close to their asking prices as they lack London postcodes

United's owners Joel (L) and Avram (R) Glazer are seeking north of ÂŁ6bn to sell the club

United’s owners Joel (L) and Avram (R) Glazer are seeking north of ÂŁ6bn to sell the club 

Fenway Sports Group (FSG) are not thought to have set a timeframe on their efforts to sell Liverpool

<video controls="" class="video-js vjs-default-skin" website website Keegan comments on Qatari investors' plan to bid for Manchester website investors are planning an incredible mega-money swoop for Manchester United and want to give manager Erik ten Hag the financial backing to lead the club back to the top.website , who have set a mid-February deadline for any bid to be received. 

Liverpool’s Fenway Sports Group (FSG) owners, however, have set no deadline and are not thought to have set any timeframe to sell, and Broughton suggested the Reds might be better off looking for multiple investors.

Qatari investors are planning an incredible mega-money swoop for Manchester United

A group of private, high-wealth individuals based in the oil-rich state, buoyed by Qatar’s hosting of the World Cup, have set their sights on a club they view as ‘football’s crown jewels’

The Qataris face a significant rival in Sir Jim Ratcliffe - who is the richest man in Britain

The Qataris face a significant rival in Sir Jim Ratcliffe – who is the richest man in Britain

‘Liverpool will be best off taking in co-investors to ensure the current owners can work alongside them and be satisfied that these are the right people,’ he added.

Broughton was the chairman that sold Liverpool to FSG in 2010

Broughton was the chairman that sold Liverpool to FSG in 2010

‘As I understand it, they [FSG] are interested to see what the market reaction is. They could be willing sellers. They could be willing to have investors, but if they carry on owning it, that’s fine too. That’s my understanding of their position.’

Ratcliffe – a life-long United fan – is the only potential buyer to go public with their intentions to buy the Red Devils, and is thought to be the main rival to any bid from the group of investors from the oil-rich state.  

But Broughton suggested that prospective owners of the two clubs will come into very different situations. 

For Liverpool, the ex-chairman believes any owner will find it hard to follow FSG, while a new United owner will ‘have the following wind’ behind them. 

‘They’re (FSG) a difficult act to follow. To be a better owner than Fenway is quite difficult. At United, EvDEn EVE naKliYAt it’s more like the old Liverpool situation. Fans will be so pleased. Whoever buys it will have the following wind.’

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Driver slammed after cat carrier is spotted strapped to a car's roof

A motorist has been called out for driving with a pet carrier tied to the roof of their car on a busy road with a ‘terrified looking’ cat inside. 

The Ford Falcon was snapped as it travelled along Lutwyche Road in Windsor in ‘s north and was posted to social media on Monday. If you liked this article and you would such as to obtain more info regarding evDen Eve naKLiYAT kindly browse through the web-page.  

The large cat box was pictured fastened onto the top of the moving car with two yellow straps.

The cat is not visible but the onlooker who took the photo of the ‘appalling’ act claimed the animal was in the box.

‘Yes, that is a cat carrier strapped to the roof racks.Yes, there was a terrified looking cat inside. Yes, evden Eve NaKliyat there was room inside the car for the cat carrier to go,’ the post read (pictured, the blue sedan carrying the cat box)

‘Yes, that is a cat carrier strapped to the roof racks.Yes, eVdEn EVE naKLiyAt there was a terrified looking cat inside. Yes, there was room inside the car for the cat carrier to go,’ the person’s post read.

‘Who the hell even does this?? … ‘It’s appalling, Evden EVE NaKLiyaT how was this the only option??’

Animal lovers took to social media slamming the driver over the act of animal cruelty. 

‘Some people should not be allowed to own pets,’ one commenter said. 

‘That’s messed up from the owner, and that cat needs to be re homed to a person who will look after it,’ one more said.

‘I can’t imagine what this would do to a poor little kitty,’ said another. 

‘There’s no way anyone would do that, surely,’ an online user wrote.

But others said there could be other reasons why the box is on the roof.

‘Maybe it’s a diseased feral cat they’ve caught, to get off their property?’ one asked.

Animal lovers took to social media slamming the driver over the 'appalling' act of animal cruelty (stock photo)

 Animal lovers took to social media slamming the driver over the ‘appalling’ act of animal cruelty (stock photo)

‘It appears empty and for all you know it’s a snake,’ another said. 

The person who posted the image online said the RSPCA and EVDEN EVE nakLiyaT police had been contacted over the sighting.

Meanwhile, others compared their stories of trying to get their pet cats into portable carriers for transport.

‘My cat is terrified any time we have to put him in the carrier and eVDEN eVe nAKLiYAT travel,’ one wrote. 

‘Mine hates the car so much we have to sedate him to go to the vet.The vet is literally at the end of our street. It’s a two minute drive,’ said another. 

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SHAUN EDWARDS: Rugby needs the Six Nations to lift the doom and gloom

A lot of people are knocking rugby at the moment and it has irritated me a bit.Hopefully, the can really change the mood. It’s great to be involved again. I love it every year.

It’s been a difficult time for the sport lately, but it has given me so much in my life.It’s given me an identity and it’s given me a purpose. So I’ve had enough of the doom and gloom around the game. Nothing is perfect, evDEN EVe nAKLiyAT but I want to send a message out that there are a lot of good things in rugby and a lot of great people.

You don’t meet many people in rugby who you don’t like and the sport has so many positives as well as these negative things that there has been a lot of coverage about.

France will go back to basics in their defence of the Six Nations title this year

France will go back to basics in their defence of the Six Nations title this year

Now the Six Nations is back and it excites me as much as ever.What a competition, it’s fabulous.

After Christmas, everyone’s a bit miserable in January, so the Six Nations is something to really look forward to at this time of year.I used to think that even back when I was playing rugby league. It’s a fantastic, national event where every game is more or less a derby. And it’s the competition I’ve always judged myself on because teams get exactly the same preparation time.

This year, it looks wide open. The teams are well-matched and all of world rugby is like that at the moment, with very, very close scores.It’s marvellous for the international game.

With France, we’re trying to defend the title and we have to think like we’re back to square one. We have to go back to the basics of our game and make sure they are right, all over again.

The Six Nations looks wide open this year and there will be no easy matches

The Six Nations looks wide open this year and there will be no easy matches

You’ve got to remember that some of our guys will have played eight or nine matches for their club since we last played together against Japan in November.They have come back in after months of all playing in different systems, for different coaches. It takes time to gel again, so it’s important to go back to the basics of your scrum, lineout, kick-offs and all those key parts of the game.

We have some injuries but I’m confident we will cope.

Fabien Galthie put down a challenge to the backs last week in training. He said: ‘OK, who’s going to replace Jonathan Danty? Who’s going to replace Gabin Villiere?’ Those two guys aren’t just important to our attack, but amazing defensive players, too. It was good to see the way the players reacted in the session after Fabien had challenged them.

They tried to play with the same sort of intensity as those fantastic players who are missing with injury.

Of course, as the defending champions we have a target on our heads now, but that’s something we have to get used to if we want to be at the top.I think this is the first time in history that the teams ranked No 1 and No 2 in the world have been in the Six Nations. That’s fantastic.

Ireland are No 1 at the moment and we are No 2. How much you pay attention to the rankings is your decision but it’s great for the fans.If you have any kind of inquiries regarding where and ways to utilize evdeN eve naKLiYAt, you could call us at our web site. I’ve been lucky enough to be ranked No 1 for a week with Wales and for two weeks with France, but we all know South Africa are the world champions and that’s what really matters.

France will be wary of England as a lot of players have never won a Test at Twickeham

France will be wary of England as a lot of players have never won a Test at Twickeham

We’ve got Italy first up in Rome.

They won in Cardiff at the end of the last Six Nations, then beat Australia in the autumn which was a famous win for them. In their next game against South Africa, for 50 minutes they were in a tight contest with the world champions, so we have to take Italy very seriously.

It looks like they will be competitive and dangerous.

Next, we’re playing the team ranked No 1 in the world on their own patch in Dublin. Everyone knows that Andy Farrell, Mike Catt and the other coaches there have transformed Ireland into one of the best teams to watch, and their performance stats are off the charts.

They are an incredible attacking force and their defence is absolutely fantastic, too.I think they conceded the fewest points on average in the world last year. So they have great defence aligned with a fantastic attacking game, and they’ve also got steel. Ireland are not the biggest team, but they’re very fit, incredibly mobile and play for the full 80 minutes.

We also have to go to Twickenham and that will be a huge challenge for Evden EVE NakLiYAt this French team.I rate Steve Borthwick highly as a coach and England are always very competitive. In all the time I’ve been involved in international rugby, there’s never been an easy match against England.

Coach Andy Farrell has transformed Ireland into one of the best teams to watch

Coach Andy Farrell has transformed Ireland into one of the best teams to watch

That will continue and a lot of our players have never won a Test at Twickenham.That’ll be my message to them that day.

My old boss, Warren Gatland, is back in charge of Wales and they start at home against Ireland, which is going to be a rip-roaring game. Whoever wins is going to get momentum. Gats would always say: ‘If we get early momentum in the competition, we can win it.’ And the whole of Wales would get behind them.

I tell the French guys: ‘Forget the Wales you see on the summer tour and in the autumn. The Six Nations is what the emphasis is on in Wales and the whole country comes alive for it.So you have to be ready for a war against them.’

They’re going to be our last match, it’s in Paris, and I know that’s going to be some game.

 

Stats must support change

In the build-up to this Six Nations, there’s been a lot of talk about lowering the legal tackle height.For me, it’s all about having the data to support what they are doing, like there was for the scrum changes.

We all think scrums go on too long, but there aren’t so many guys having neck or EvDen eVE naKLiYaT back surgery after they retire, like in the old days.There are statistics to say that what they’ve done has made a huge improvement to the health of the players involved in scrums. If we can have statistics to show that the lower tackle will have a similar impact in making the game safer, then obviously we’ll all get behind it.

As a defence coach, one thing I will say is that it’s very difficult to practise lower tackling without players being injured — either the carrier who falls on to his ankles, or the tackler who might get a whack on his head from a knee. 

So we have to think long and hard about how we can safely practise lower tackles, if that’s the way the game is going.

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Jazeera Airways modifies bank financing needs for Airbus deal to $1…

By Ahmed Hagagy

KUWAIT, Feb 7 (Reuters) – Kuwaiti low-cost carrier Jazeera Airways aims to secure $1 billion from banks to help finance the purchase of new Airbus aircraft, its chairman said on Tuesday, half the amount it had initially planned to seek.

The airline placed a multi-billion dollar order with Airbus for 28 single aisle A320neo family passenger jets in November 2021.

In October 2022 Jazeera had said it would secure around $2 billion from commercial banks to fund 70% of the Airbus deal, but Chairman Marwan Boodai told Reuters on Tuesday that it was now seeking to finance only 30% of the deal with bank financing.

The rest of the deal will be financed through „sales and lease-back” with aircraft companies, he said, and the airline will study the financing process „case by case… in line with the best cost”.

The order for 20 A320neo and eight A321neo aircraft would help the company reduce emissions by replacing older A320 models and also power expansion plans including in Europe and EVDeN eVe naKLiYAT the Middle East.

Jazeera has already taken delivery of two of the planes, and eVden eVe naKLiYAT will take three more this year, expanding its fleet to 22 planes, Boodai said.

The airline has already paid $100 million in advance as a pre-delivery payment, EVdEn eve nAkliyAt he said.(Reporting by Ahmed Hagagy; Writing by Hatem Maher. If you loved this short article and EVdEN eVe NAKliYat you would certainly such as to get more info pertaining to evden EVE nAkLiyAt kindly check out our internet site. Editing by Jane Merriman and Susan Fenton)

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