World leaders including Joe Biden, Boris Johnson, Angela Merkel and Justin Trudeau capped off their first day at the COP26 climate conference with a lavish royal reception at Glasgow's Kelvingrove Museum with Prince Charles, Prince William, Kate Middleton and the Duchess of Cornwall. The leaders appeared in high spirits as they spoke with Government representatives at Glasgow's Kelvingrove Museum and entered dinner-time diplomacy. During the night, the Prime Minister, who hosted the evening at the recently renovated art gallery, told leaders the summit was 'quite an extraordinary historic event' and it was even more important because 'we face nothing less than a mortal threat to our planet and to our civilisation'. He also hailed Prince Charles as 'the man to defuse the bomb at the world's moment of danger' and described him as a 'prophet without honour' for his efforts in tackling climate change. The PM's comments came just moments after the Queen urged world leaders to 'earn a place in history' and 'answer the call of those future generations' in an impassioned speech to representatives.
Dem gubernatorial hopeful Terry McAuliffe CANCELS rally on eve of Virginia vote after saying the state had too many white teachers: Glenn Youngkin takes 1% lead in race that could deal huge blow to Biden administration
Terry McAuliffe canceled a Virginia Beach campaign event on Monday, less than 24 hours before the gubernatorial Election Day, with polls showing his GOP challenger Glenn Youngkin edging ahead in a race that could be catastrophic for the Biden White House. A spokesperson for Democrat McAuliffe said, according to 13 News Now, that he will campaign in a different part of the state in a bizarre move on the eve of the election seen as the first indicator of the administration's performance ahead of the 2022 midterms. On Monday, a new poll said that 44 percent of Democrat supporters want Biden to be replaced as the candidate on the 2024 ticket, and a loss in Virginia could cause a panic in his party, sway voters across the country and create more chaos in his spending packages negotiations. McAuliffe and Youngkin have less than a 1 per cent polling gap from each other as Tuesday’s Virginia gubernatorial race comes down to the wire.
Manchin shatters Biden's hopes of passing his spending packages this week by saying he will NOT support the $1.75T plan until he 'knows the impact on inflation and the national debt'
Sen. Joe Manchin on Monday dashed President Biden's hope for a vote on his $1.75 trillion reconciliation package this week as he called on the House to vote for the bipartisan infrastructure bill on its own. The West Virginia Democrat, whose centrist vote wields much power in the 50-50 Senate, put the breaks on the larger spending package, saying in a press conference he would not vote for it until he had 'greater clarity' on what its impact would be for inflation and the national debt. With President Biden off in Europe, Manchin's remarks are just another blow for the White House just hours before the polls open in the crucial Virginia governor's race and with a new poll showing 44 percent of Democratic voters want him replaced on the 2024 presidential ticket. On Friday, President Biden called the spending bill 'fiscally responsible' and 'fully paid for.' But on Monday, Manchin said: 'Simply put, I will not support a bill that is this consequential without thoroughly understanding the impact that it will have on our national debt, our economy.' Even after Democrats paired down their initial spending package from $3.5 trillion to $1.75 trillion, Manchin said his vote should not be taken for granted.
Oklahoma parole board votes to recommend clemency for death row inmate Julius Jones, 41, and commute his sentence to life in prison: Victim's family slam his celebrity support and say they don't have 'Hollywood backing'
The state Pardon and Parole Board voted Monday to recommended that Gov. Kevin Stitt grant Jones clemency and commute his sentence to life in prison with the possibility of parole. The vote was 3-1. The board heard from Jones, 41, who testified via video link from the Oklahoma State Penitentiary in McAlester. The family of victim Paul Howell saw him being shot in his driveway. They're fully convinced that Jones killed their brother and father. They resent the support that Jones has drawn from favorable documentaries and celebrities like Kim Kardashian West, who often advocates for the release of inmates she believes were wrongly accused.
Alec Baldwin and wife Hilaria step out for a coffee run in Vermont after being bashed for 'tasteless' Halloween posts just days after he accidentally shot dead his cinematographer on set
DailyMail.com spotted Alec Baldwin and wife Hilaria leaving their six-bedroom hideaway rental home in Manchester, Vermont, on Monday. The pair escaped to Vermont with their six children following the actor's fatal shooting of Halyna Hutchins on set of the film Rust in New Mexico. The couple hit four different coffee shops before settling on a Starbucks in Manchester Center. Hilaria, dressed in a baseball cap and activewear, went on a three-mile run while Alec waited in the car. This comes the day after Hilaria was hit with criticism for posting what critics call 'tasteless' and 'inappropriate' Halloween photos of their family.
Anti-vax Buffy the Vampire Slayer actress Kristy Swanson, 51, reveals she has been hospitalized with COVID-19 and is being treated with oxygen and blood thinners after virus 'jumped into her lungs'
Swanson, 51, tweeted her diagnosis on November 1, revealing she was at the 'tail end of my 'Covid diagnosis when it jumped into my lungs.' She was taken to a New Jersey hospital where she is being treated for COVID-related pnemonia. She said she is 'in good spirits and in great hands' and being treated with oxygen, Baricitinib, and blood thinners. The actress, who is best known for starring in the 1992 movie Buffy the Vampire Slayer, has spoken out against the COVID-19 vaccine. An outspoken Trump supporter, she starred opposite Dean Cain in a YouTube play about 'Obamagate.'
Not so Sleepy now! Biden laughs and jokes with Prince William at COP26 Royal reception alongside Kate Middleton and Prince Charles after nodding off during climate conference
President Joe Biden capped off his first day at the COP26 climate conference on Monday with a royal reception from Prince Charles, Prince William and Kate Middleton. The event took place at the popular Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum in Glasglow, a short distance from where the climate summit was being held. Biden was seen laughing with Prince William, an hand on his shoulder. The Duchess of Cambridge was also seen arriving at the event along with Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall.
One scrubs up well! Kate Middleton dazzles in a custom blue Eponine coat dress next to dapper Prince William as pair attend Earthshot reception at COP26
The Duchess of Cambridge proved she scrubbed up well tonight as she swapped her muddy outdoor outfit for a dazzling evening gown to attend the Earthshot reception at Cop26 in Glasgow tonight. Kate Middleton looked the picture of poise in a blue coat dress and navy heels as she walked alongside Prince William in a dapper suit. Wearing her hair back in a low bun, the Duchess opted for a glamorous make-up look for the ceremony tonight. It comes just hours after royal couple, both 39, visited Alexandra Park Sports Hub in Dennistoun to meet with Scouts from and learn more about the group's' #PromiseToThePlanet campaign (inset)
That's how to steal the show! Prince Philip in a cloud of butterflies - emblematic of his wildlife charity brainchild - behind the Queen in her video message was the perfect backdrop to a majestic Cop26 intervention, writes ROBERT HARDMAN
ROBERT HARDMAN: The Cop26 summit was, the Queen (left and bottom right) told delegates (top right), their chance to be 'written in history books yet to be printed'. Big words from one who has already been written in to a few herself. Though this was a speech she had wanted to make in person until her doctors decreed that it had to be delivered via video, it lost none of its punch. The poignancy of the setting only added to the power of her words. There she was in the White Drawing Room at Windsor Castle, the same room in which delivered her historic address to a Covid-ravaged nation last year. At her side, was a favourite photo of the Duke of Edinburgh surrounded by butterflies during a 1988 visit to Mexico.
Gloria Williams, 35 (left), appeared in Houston court on Monday and had a lawyer assigned to represent her as she faces charges stemming from the beating death of her 8-year-old son, Kendrick Lee (inset). Prosecutors said Williams and her boyfriend Brain Coulter (right), who has been charged with murder, lived in the apartment with Kendrick's body for four months and kept her three surviving sons locked in the room with the corpse.
18 NYC fire companies out of 300 are out of service after anti-vaxx firefighters are sent home and 2,300 call out sick: 5,000 NYPD unvaccinated cops file exemptions to keep their jobs as de Blasio's COVID jab mandate creates EMT havoc
Three firefighters from Engine 219 near the Barclay's Center and two from Ladder 105 were sent home after showing up to report for duty, as were eight from Engine 243 in Bath Beach, Brooklyn (main). A female firefighter from Engine 38 in the Bronx (top right) was sent home as was a firefighter from Engine 15 on the Lower East Side (top left) whose religious exemption did not process. Three firefighters from Engine 219 near the Barclay's Center and two from Ladder 105 were sent home after showing up to report for duty. 'I know that it is preventing us getting to calls and medical calls in a timely fashion and it's wearing on the guys,' said one firefighter out of Engine 219 next to the Barclay's Center.
You get a deal! And you get a deal! Oprah unveils her VERY thrifty Favorite Things list for 2021 featuring dozens of gifts under $50 - including $23 skin tone crayons and a $24 toothbrush
Oprah has unveiled her favorite things from 2021, and a lot of them are super affordable. The list includes 111 items in total and ranges from a $2,295 at home work-out machine to a $12 eyeshadow palette. According to the 67-year-old, many of the products have been selected from either small businesses, women-owned brands, or companies owned by people of color.
Designer Roland Mouret has filed notice of its intent to appoint administrators. It's known for the famous, curve-hugging Roland Mouret Galaxy dress, but has struggled to survive during the pandemic. It seems not even the loyalty of customers including the Duchesses of Cambridge and Sussex has been able to save Mouret from the disastrous financial effects of the pandemic. And so the creator of the Galaxy has fallen back to earth. For a man whose creations were adored by A-listers but were also just within the reach of ordinary women, his reversal of fortune shows how devastating the impact of Covid has been on the industry. Several cancelled seasons, no social events, no international travel plus the end of duty-free shopping this spring - which, without the discounts available to tourists, delivered a hammer blow to London's status as a fashion retail capital - compounded the pain. Mouret, 60, said in an interview earlier this year that sales had plunged by 80 per cent. 'We lost 20 years in one day,' he added. But he was determined to survive, and only two months ago promised he would be 'the last man standing' in British fashion, following the demise of such labels as Alice Temperley, Amanda Wakeley and Ralph & Russo. (Pictured: From left to right, Carol Vorderman, Rachel Weisz, Victoria Beckham, Dita Von Teese, Halle Berry and Miranda Kerr all wearing the Galaxy. Inset, Roland Mouret with Ms Von Teese)
Moment California mom TACKLES intruder 'high on drugs' who wandered into garage where her two girls, aged 5 and 6, were playing
Surveillance video shows a California mother tackling an intruder and pinning him down after he ran at her young daughters inside a friend's open garage where the family had been sitting. Police who were called to the scene cited the suspect, Rasmus Rasmussen, 31, for being under the influence of a controlled substance, a misdemeanor, and let him go.
Wrong on so many levels: RHOC's Kelly Dodd is lashed over husband's 'Alec Baldwin' Halloween costume while she decided to express her 'Native American' heritage
Kelly Dodd and her husband Rick Leventhal sparked major backlash for their tone-deaf and wildly insensitive Halloween costumes this year. While the couple frequently get slammed for their 'attention-seeking' behavior, their latest actions have been described as 'really insensitive' and 'messed up on so many levels.' Just over a week after Alec Baldwin fatally shot cinematographer Halyna Hutchins in a tragic accident on the set of the film Rust, Leventhal, 61, dressed up as the actor as he held a gun and wore a western-inspired ensemble.
Halyna Hutchins' wedding photo emerges as it's revealed her final words after being shot by Alec Baldwin on Rust set were: 'That was no good. That was no good at all'
The haunting final words of Rust cinematographer Halyna Hutchins as she lay dying on a Santa Fe film set have been revealed. 'That was no good. That was no good at all,' Hutchins, 42, said seconds after she was fatally shot by Alec Baldwin on the set of indie Western Rust on October 21 before succumbing to her injuries. Hutchins' last words came after lead actor Baldwin discharged a prop Colt .45 revolver that was supposed to be loaded with blanks but contained live ammunition, and were reported Sunday by the Los Angeles Times after a slew of interviews with cast and crew. Moreover, DailyMail.com has exclusively obtained photos from the late mother-of-one's wedding day 16 years ago, which show the Ukraine-born bride adorned in a long, white gown, accompanied by her parents Olga and Anatoly Androsovych, and her husband, Matt Hutchins. 'What the f**k just happened?' Baldwin reportedly asked cast and crew members after the shot went off, and Hutchins suddenly stumbled back into head electrician Serge Svetnoy's (pictured in photo at right with Hutchins) arms. Director Joel Souza also hit the deck after being grazed. The actor, perplexed by the incident, had been prepping for a scene that involved him drawing and firing the prop gun.
Trump parties with model Paulina Gretzky and her pro golfer fiance Dustin Johnson as he hosts his annual Halloween event at Mar-a-Lago (but foregoes the costume)
The former President hosted a large Halloween party at his Palm Beach resort on Sunday night, when he was pictured spending time with Johnson and Gretzky. In a series of Instagram posts shared by Gretzky, Johnson and their friends, Trump, 75, was seen greeting his guests while wearing his signature navy suit. Gretzky, 32, modeled a Baywatch lifeguard costume that saw her sporting a red bathing suit, matching windbreaker and nude tights. Her partner Johnson, 37, appeared to be dressed as a professional tennis player, wearing a white polo shirt and a matching sweatband around his forehead. Gretzky and her friends shared several posts from inside the party - including an image of one woman who wore a spoof Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez costume. The woman wore a joke version of the 'Tax the Rich' dress that AOC modeled at the Met Gala, but crossed out 'tax' and replaced it with the word 'marry'. Trump's wife Melania, 51, was not pictured or filmed with her husband at the event; the former First Lady has shied away from the spotlight in recent months.
'It makes me feel really humiliated': Transgender reality star Jazz Jennings reveals her own family 'FAT-SHAMES' her after she gained 100 lbs. while struggling with binge-eating disorder
A new trailer teases the upcoming season of the TLC show I Am Jazz, which premieres November 30. Jazz, 21, candidly discusses the nearly 100 lbs. she has gained in the past two years, admitting the cause is binge-eating and medication. She said her family fat-shames her, while one scene shows them all weighing in on her eating habits. She reveals that she weighs 234 lbs. and has trouble doing athletic activities she could do before. Jazz also tells a dietician that a typical breakfast is 'fast food, maybe a donut or two and then maybe two bagels.' The Harvard student opened up about her weight gain and binging this summer, and revealing she suffers from binge-eating disorder in 2018.
'I didn't love myself... today I do': Jessica Simpson, 41, shares 'unrecognizable' photo taken four years ago before she got sober
Movie star and fashion designer Jessica Simpson got sober four years ago. And on Monday the Dukes Of Hazzard actress took to Instagram to reflect on what was a very good decision for her and her family. In the shocking image, the blonde beauty is almost unrecognizable as she looks bloated and confused while wearing a pink track suit as she sat down in a dark room.
Billionaire Jeff Bezos and girlfriend Lauren Sanchez flew by private jet to discuss climate change with Prince Charles over a cup of tea on the eve of Cop26 - days after he and 50 guests flew choppers to Bill Gates' superyacht birthday
The group were seen in a photograph (pictured) shared on Bezos's social media pages at Dumfries House, a Scottish country mansion near Glasgow, two days after the Amazon founder was seen in Turkey celebrating the 66th birthday of fellow-billionaire Bill Gates as the pair vacationed on superyachts. 'The Prince of Wales has been involved in fighting climate change and protecting our beautiful world for five decades - far longer than most,' Besoz wrote on Twitter and Instagram along with the photograph. 'We had a chance to discuss these important issues on the eve of #COP26 - looking for solutions to heal our world, and how the @BezosEarthFund can help.' The meeting came two days after the Amazon founder was in Turkey celebrating the 66th birthday of fellow-billionaire Bill Gates as the pair vacationed on superyachts. Gates and Bezos were slammed as hypocrites for lecturing the world on the need to combat climate change by reducing the carbon footprint, while at the same jet-setting to Turkey and staying on the superyachts - each of which emits around 7,020 tons of carbon dioxide per year, or 19 tons per day.
'Anything goes in LA!' Candace Cameron Bure hits back after she and her daughter were blasted for wearing 'spotlight-stealing' red to a wedding - while her husband and son were mocked for going without socks
Candace, 45, took to Instagram over the weekend to share photos of herself posing with her husband Valerie Bure and their children Natasha, 23, and Lev, 21. She and her daughter were both wearing bright red strapless dresses while her husband and son Lev opted not to wear socks with their dress shoes. The only one who was missing from the family snapshot was Candace and Valerie's son Maksim, 19, who is away at college. Critics claimed that wearing red to a wedding is a 'no-no' because it 'steals [the] spotlight from the bride.' Candace responded by noting there are 'different style rules in Los Angeles,' saying there were four other women wearing red at the wedding. Fans also took issue with Valerie and Lev going sans socks, which led the mother of three to get a bit more defensive. Candace warned online trolls not to 'poke mama bear,' saying: ' Some of you still need to learn manners. Don't like? Scroll through.'
Saudi Arabia starts construction on its $100 billion eco-city The Line which will have NO STREETS and be ready for residents in 2024: 105-mile-long 'linear' paradise will have no cars and no carbon emissions
Digging has begun for The Line, a 105-mile long series of urban areas along a central 'spine' in northwest Saudi Arabia. The design for the linear city calls for three layers: a pedestrian surface area, plus two subterranean layers for transport and infrastructure. Developers predict the first residents will move into The Line some time in 2024.
Dennison was a reluctant pageant contestant when a banker in Tyler, Texas convinced her to represent his bank in a local pageant. She went on to win several more including Miss America in 1942, during which she also won the swimsuit competition. But during her reign, she refused to parade around in a swimsuit again as she visited military bases, defense plants, and hospitals during WWII. After her reign, she signed a seven-year contract with 20th Century Fox and appeared in several movies, including The Jolson Story, and TV shows. She was a regular at Gene Kelly's Saturday night parties with Judy Garland, Marilyn Monroe, Frank Sinatra, and Gregory Peck. She married and divorced twice and leaves behind two adult children and three grandchildren.
NYC man, 33, is arrested after LYING to cops and telling them a seven-year-old boy with Down syndrome was in the back of his stolen Ford Mustang so they would 'find it quicker'
Queens man James Reyes, 33, was arrested on Sunday after he falsely claimed a seven-year-old boy with Down syndrome was in the back of his stolen red Ford Mustang. Reyes had filed the false report so that his vehicle could be 'found quicker' which led police to conduct a four-hour search. The police discovered a 17-year-old male suspect driving the vehicle about a half-mile away from where it was stolen. Reyes was issued a desk appearance desk for making the false claim and is due to appear in court on November 21.
Michigan State football celebrations descend into anarchy as students OVERTURN cars and light fires while filming the destruction on their phones
Hundreds of fans caused chaos in East Lansing after MSU's Spartans won the football game on Saturday. At least one student was arrested off-campus by police by East Lansing police for kicking an overturned car in the Cedar Village apartment complex, near the East end of MSU's campus. Fifteen students were ejected from the Spartans Stadium during the game, five others face disciplinary actions from Michigan State University's campus police for code violations. Fans flipped cars, burned couches, and set off fireworks across the city following the game. 'It's tempting to write off the arson and the vandalism as high spirits but last night I witnessed a kerosene-soaked coach on fire two feet away from a line of parked cars,' East Lansing Mayor Jessy Gregg said.
Baby girl who was born with huge dark spots all over her body as a result of rare skin condition inspires others to embrace their unique looks after going viral on Instagram
Toneka Rogers Robinson, 32, from Dallas, Texas, and her husband, Justin, 34, recently welcomed a baby girl named Jireh. She has a condition called with Congenital Melanocytic Nevus, which caused dark spots to appear all over her body. The condition is not hereditary, and is caused by faulty development of pigment cells in the first trimester of pregnancy. Toneka and Justin want their daughter to embrace her differences and hope that 'her confidence will be able to withstand ignorance.'
This is the moment two mothers-in-law hilariously misfired their smoke flares at a gender reveal. Austin Schmidt, 25, and Katie Howe, 24, were hosting a Halloween themed party at their home in Wisconsin, to reveal she was having a baby boy. Katie's mother, Jessie, and Austin's mother, Shannon, were given small smoke cannons to set off at the crucial moment. As Austin and Katie poured liquid into a plastic pumpkin, turning its contents blue, Jessie and Shannon activated their flares, not realizing they were holding them upside down.
The rhino with tears in his eyes: Heartbreaking images show a 4,500lb Southern White rhino 'weeping in pain' after poachers hacked off his horn and removed part of the bone in his skull in South African game reserve
The male rhino can be seen laying its head on the ground as it appears to weep in pain, with dried tear marks running down one eye, at the charity Saving the Survivor's reserve in South Africa. The 4,500 pound Southern White rhino was attacked by poachers who cut off his horn and removed parts of the bone in his skull. The extent of the rhino's injuries are clearly visible in the images - as the rhino's skull is exposed behind the bloodied hole where the horn was removed by poachers. Saving the Survivors are a team of wildlife vets whose mission is to face animals who has fallen victim to poaching or traumatic incidents.
The hilarious footage shows one-year-old St Bernard Gigi pushing down the wall of an outdoor swimming pool as she tried to cool down at home in Corona, California. Her owner, Luke Smith, 18, and his girlfriend Hannah Villegas rushed outside to find the backyard flooding with water as the dog stands half in, half out of the pool. Luke said: 'It was funny because we had just been talking about how much she loved the pool and how she could get in and out of it with no problems. Boy were we wrong.'
Tempers flare at NASCAR race as Denny Hamlin rams into winner Alex Bowman's car during victory lap and fuming Kyle Busch brands Brad Keselowski a r****d
The penultimate event of the NASCAR Cup season took a combative turn after Sunday's race with Denny Hamlin intentionally driving into winner Alex Bowman's car (left), spoiling his victory lap, and Kyle Busch (right) using the r-word to call out Brad Keselowski.'It's frickin' r*******, man.' Busch said of Keselowski's driving after the two had a late run-in. 'So stupid. I don't understand these guys. I should beat the s*** out of him right now, is what I should do. But, that doesn't do me any good, either.' Busch later apologized for using the term, which refers to people who suffer from mental retardation. Busch's verbal threats were a milder approach than the one taken by JGR teammate Hamlin after Bowman spun Hamlin from the lead with six laps remaining to send the race into overtime. Hamlin had led 103 laps with victory in sight when Bowman spun him. Hamlin after the race drove his car to the frontstretch and parked in front of Bowman to prevent Bowman from a proper celebration on Bowman's fourth win of the season. Bowman insisted the contact with Hamlin was accidental and wondered why Hamlin was so angry because Hamlin has done the same to him.
Moment disabled sportsman throws himself out of his wheelchair to stop vicious stray dogs savaging his pug in Russia
Aleksander Livanov, from Ulyanovsk, Russia, threw himself out of his wheelchair to shield his pet pug, Buckie, from a pack of vicious dogs. CCTV shows the wheelchair basketball player spinning his wheelchair to block the strays. But his attempts to fend them off failed and one grabbed Buckie's leg, trying to drag the small dog away. Mr Livanov said: 'I did not have any other options, but to sort of "jump forward", pull my dog up and shield it with my body.'