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White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre Blasts Clarence Thomas’ Abortion-Ruling Take: ‘It Is Chilling’

overturn the landmark abortion case Roe v. Wade, calling justice Clarence Thomas’ reasoning a “chilling” indication of what is to come of other protected rights that are now being threatened.Jean-Pierre, who took on her post last month after Jen Psaki’s departure, called it a “sad and stunning day,” which is likely to set back protections stemming from other cases — like 1965’s Griswold v.

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Shark-feasting megalodon remains fiercest sea monster ever with gigantic teeth
megalodon is the deadliest shark to have ever lived, according to a new scientific study.Megatooth sharks which includes the fearsome megalodon, have long been considered prehistoric rulers of the world's oceans but research into their gnashers claims to confirm it.Examining thousands of shark teeth has proven the megalodon was the ultimate apex predator, surpassing all else on record as it feasted on other predators.READ MORE: Clueless paddle boarder stalked by shark in nerve-wracking drone footageThe scientists says material found on their giant teeth earned them the highest “trophic level”, otherwise known as top of its food chain as can be possible. Study first author Dr Emma Kast, also addresses fears and conspiracy theories that the extinct apex predator is still alive and preying on the likes of great white sharks.The report 'Cenozoic megatooth sharks occupied extremely high trophic positions' was published in the journal Science Advances, on Wednesday (June 22) and has excited fans of the phenomenal sea monster.Research from scientists such as those from Princeton University, proved that being the biggest creature lurking underwater really did mean in the megalodon's case, being top dog in the food chain.Dr Emma said in a statement: “Megalodon and the other megatooth sharks were genuinely enormous carnivores that ate other predators, and Meg went extinct only a few million years ago.”As with a third of all large marine animals, the megalodon died out 3.6 million years ago by the end of the Pliocene, when the planet entered a phase of global cooling.
'I was wild child after surviving murder attempt at 12 – but turned life around'
READ MORE: Police officer who survived being shot in face could 'feel bones and teeth in hands'The 27-year-old's previous controversial behaviour didn’t come from nowhere, as he exclusively told Daily Star: “I spent my entire adolescence already riddled with extreme ADHD and PTSD from surviving abuse as bad as murder attempts by the age of 12."There was a lot of inescapable violence both around me and [being done] to me during my school years.“During this time I experienced Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) caused by extreme childhood abuse that occurred when I was growing up.”On top of all that, Tristan knew he was likely to lose control during those years when manic episodes took over.He continued: “When these episodes came, I found myself doing everything from starving myself for fear of being poisoned, to designing inventions which later caught the attention of world-class business people and developers.“[Other times I’d be] waiting outside at night for aliens I thought were coming to beam me up or modelling climate science solutions which have since gained me the respect of ground-breaking scientists like Peter Andrews from The Australian Landscape Science institute.“The manic tendencies have fortunately become milder with each year since age 19, so I've been dialling it back since when I thought being a fugitive was a fun time.”By the age of 18, Tristan had shot to fame through his Facebook page ‘Facebeef’, which claimed its purpose was to satirise public figures and expose those in positions of power.He described his online presence as “somewhere between being a cyberpunk vigilante and a comedian”.Tristan was frustrating Melbourne Police and thrilling a growing following of teens.His online activity led to
Woman fears boobs will fly out and 'poke someone in eye' in extreme cut-out top
READ MORE: Woman tries PrettyLittleThing jumper but ends up 'looking like Slenderman'The design of the top quickly went from very risqué to extremely risky in Alexis’ case as she tried on the garment.And, she has now gone viral on TikTok for her very brutal review of the fast fashion attire.In the clip that has racked up 116,000 views, Alexis first showed part of the clip showing the other woman in the breast accentuating top. Alexis then gave her own verdict, said: “Ok bestie, I have a bone to pick with you because you said it was ‘big cherry friendly’.”The babe then leaned back to show her chest was just about concealed in the cut-out crop top – and she did not look too impressed.“One false move and I will poke an eye out, can you imagine me walking outside like this?” Alexis continued.Get all the biggest Lifestyle news straight to your inbox. Sign up for the free Daily Star Hot Topics newsletterShe gasped and put her hands on her head as she attempted to come to terms with the design of her top.The Tiktoker said: “I don’t even want to move or talk too hard because my t***y gonna fly out and knock somebody out."Y’all don’t even understand the malfunction that occurred trying to put it on."WARNING: GRAPHIC LANGUAGE USED IN BELOW VIDEO Despite her initial reluctance to wear the top, Alexis started to come around to the idea of wearing the very boob displaying top.“I might still do it though, with some tape.