Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom will win Tuesday's recall race in California. Newsom held an early and substantial lead in results from California's Tuesday recall election shortly after polls closed at 8 p.m. local time. CNN, ABC, NBC and the Associated Press all called the race. He was out proclaiming victory by 9 p.m. 'Thank you for rejecting this recall,' Newsom said. 'Tonight I'm humbled, grateful, but resolved in the spirit of my political hero, Robert Kennedy to make more gentle the life of this world,' Newsom said from Sacramento. He also called out former President Donald Trump for suggesting that the election would be 'rigged.' 'Democracy is not a football. You don't just throw it around. It's more like, I don't know, an antique vase. You can drop it and smash it in a million pieces. And that's what we're capable of doing if we don't stand up and meet the moment,' Newsom said.
South Carolina legal scion 'attempted suicide by hitman': Police charge 'man hired by Alex Murdaugh to kill HIM for $10M life insurance policy that would payout to son' in botched shooting he survived
An arrest has been made in the roadside shooting of South Carolina legal scion Alex Murdaugh, according to multiple reports citing police sources. The identity of the suspect in the case was not immediately available. DailyMail.com has contacted the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division for further details. Murdaugh, 53, who hails from one of South Carolina's most prominent legal families, was shot in the head on September 4 while changing a car tire by the side of a road in Hampton County.
Trump accuses Gen Mark Milley of TREASON after Bob Woodward book claimed America's top military officer told Chinese counterpart he would warn him if US was planning war with China
Former President Trump on Tuesday said the United States' top military officer was guilty of treason if he went behind his back and promised to warn China of an impending attack. He was responding to bombshell revelations in a new book claiming that Gen. Mark Milley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, twice called his Chinese counterpart last year over concerns that then President Trump was ready to go to war. 'If it is actually true - which is hard to believe that he would have called China, and done these things and was willing to advise them of an attack or in advance of an attack - that's treason,' said Trump during an interview with Sean Spicer on Newsmax TV.
Cops were called out to 'incident' involving missing van-life girl and her fiancé in Utah two weeks before she went missing - but there was insufficient evidence for criminal charges
Utah police have confirmed 22-year-old 'van-life woman' Gabby Petito and her fiancé Brian Laundrie were involved in an altercation two weeks before Petito disappeared. They've said neither Petito or Laundrie were the reporting parties. Laundrie, who returned to his hometown in Florida in the van he shared with Petito, has since hired a lawyer and refused to tell Petito's family where she was last seen. Petito was reported missing by her mother, Nichole Schmidt, on Sept 11, two weeks after they had last spoken on the phone.
US Lieutenant Colonel RESIGNS over Biden's 'tyrannical' vaccination mandate and warns of 'Marxist takeover of military' as he refuses jab and forfeits his pension after 19 years of service
Lt Col Paul Douglas Hague (right and left with his wife) has resigned and given up his pension because he refuses President Biden's 'unethical, immoral and tyrannical' vaccine mandate. In his resignation letter - which he wrote on August 23, the day after the Pentagon announced all active military were to get vaccinated immediately - Hague said he refused to 'sit still and allow a serum to be injected into my flesh against my will and better judgement'. He listed many other reasons for his resignation, including a 'complete lack of confidence in the presidential administration'. The father of seven wrote: 'I cannot and will not contribute to the fall of this great nation and its people.'
'There is no evidence that it happens': Dr Fauci slams Nicki Minaj for sharing anecdote about her cousin's friend who she claimed became impotent after COVID vaccine
Dr Anthony Fauci has responded to Nicki Minaj's vaccine concerns, after the rapper shared an unusual anecdote about alleged sexual side effects to COVID-19 vaccines. Minaj on Monday tweeted to her 22 million followers that the vaccine had left a cousin's friend in Trinidad 'impotent' and with 'swollen' testicles, causing his fiancée to cancel their wedding. 'There's no evidence that it happens, nor is there any mechanistic reason to imagine that it would happen,' Fauci told CNN on Tuesday when asked whether the vaccines could impact reproductive health. 'So the answer to your question is no.'
The baby who will never met her hero dad: Wife of US Marine killed in Kabul blast gives birth to little girl and names her 'Rylee' after her fallen father
Jiennah 'Gigi' Crayton (pictured with newborn daughter), wife of fallen US Marine Rylee McCollum (inset), gave birth to his daughter on Monday and named the baby Levi Rylee Rose in honor of her father. Levi - who was born on Monday weighing eight pounds and 10 ounces - was pictured in her crib with a pillow of her late father in his military uniform. Crayton wrote her day-old daughter a poem which read: 'Hold onto your mama / She's needing you right now / Your daddy / He's watching over you.' McCollum was sent to Afghanistan as evacuations started and was believed to have been killed while manning an airport checkpoint at the time of the blast.
Virginia high school English teacher faces calls to be fired for claiming on video that telling kids to sit still is 'white supremacy': 'Sitting quiet and being told stuff is not a thing that's in many cultures'
A Virginia high school teacher has sparked outrage on social media after posting a TikTok video in which he argues that expecting students to behave, follow directions and sit quietly is 'the definition of white supremacy.' Josh Thompson, an English teacher at Blacksburg High School in Montgomery County, specifically referred to his district's use of Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS), a model educators use to keep students focused and respectful in school. Many Twitter users are asking that the district address it and some have even demanded that he be fired.
Furious 'Karen' screams at world hula hoop champion for flashing her sports bra while hanging from monkey bars in Las Vegas park - before grabbing hoop and throwing it: 'This is where kids play. That is so obscene'
Getti Kehayova, 43, from Las Vegas, Nevada, was hanging upside down from a set of monkey bars and hula hooping when her shirt slipped down, revealing her sports bra. The unknown woman, who was pushing her child in a stroller, furiously pointed to her top that was sliding down while she was on the monkey bars. The stranger accused her of being 'half naked' and 'obscene' in the park. Getti, who was joined by her husband and son, tried to ignore the woman at first, but then she grabbed her hula hoop and tossed it to the ground. After the woman threw her hula hoop at a lamppost, the family decided to leave. Getti shared a video of the alleged confrontation on TikTok, where it has been viewed more than 2.4 million times, but some accused her of staging the scene. However, she insisted in the comments that it was 'no joke.'
Turned in by a Facebook friend: Connecticut mother, 56, and daughter, 19, are arrested after friend saw photos of them at January 6 riot on social media and told FBI
Court records indicate Jean Lavin, 56, and daughter Carla Krzywicki, 19 were arrested Tuesday after someone sent a screenshot of a Facebook post that featured photos taken as protesters stormed the Capitol. Uploaded by Krzywicki, the post included a picture taken inside the Capitol and a selfie of both decked out in Trump winter hats posing outside of the building. 'This is history,' the post was captioned; 'We do not go burning down your city and stealing from your business. We come for the government officials that are ruining our country.'
Apple debuts its $799 iPhone 13 including new PINK color option and battery that lasts 2.5 hours longer than last year's model
Apple debuted its iPhone 13 Tuesday that comes in a new pink color The smartphone features 2.5 more hours than its predecessor, a mew powerful camera and costs users just $799. The camera system captures 47 percent more light in a scene and includes the sensor shift stabilization that helps counterbalance any movement within the camera to take focused shots. It also features a a new 'cinematic mode' that can hold focus on a moving subject (top right inset). Of course the iPhone 13 family would not be complete without the Pro (left) and Pro Max, which Apple saved for the end of the event.
PIERS MORGAN: From the shameless hypocrisy of AOC and De Blasio to the calamitous red carpet fashion train-wrecks, this year's Met Gala finally jumped the shark and needs to be put out of its misery (on the other hand, Kim Kardashian never looked better!)
Where do I even start with this towering monument to hilarious hypocrisy and horrifically hideous 'haute couture'? Well, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (left) seems a good place for an opening salvo. The socialist Congresswoman has spent the past few years lecturing the entire world on the planet-ending evils of materialistic, vacuous, obscenely ostentatious capitalism. Yet here she was prancing about on the red carpet at the most materialistic, vacuous, obscenely ostentatious example of capitalism imaginable - surrounded by hundreds of the wealthiest and most privileged people in American society. Ocasio-Cortez believed it was her 'responsibility' to attend this ludicrously pointless celebration of totally unnecessary and often cringe-worthy extravagance. Unfortunately for her, the only conversation about the Met Gala today is what a flaming hypocrite she is. And so is New York Mayor Bill de Blasio (right, with wife Chirlane McCray and son Dante), who two years ago gave this explanation for why he never attended the Gala: 'It's an elite gathering, I'm not an elite guy. Let's make it real simple, it's just not my thing.' Yet there he was last night, hobnobbing with the very elite he professes to despise. What a fraud! Kim Kardashian (center), who was mercilessly mocked on social media for wearing what seemed to be a fusion of giant black trash bag and Taliban burka that covered every inch of her face and body. Ironically, she looked better than I've seen her for years. Which is more than can be said for some of the other fashion abominations on show, especially those making political points. This year, against the backdrop of a global pandemic that's exposed so much of celebrity culture as a pointlessly aggravating waste of space when millions of real people are dying from a killer virus, or losing their jobs, it seemed even more irrelevant than ever.
Comedian Norm MacDonald died on Tuesday after privately battling cancer for the past nine years. His death was confirmed to Deadline by his management team at Brillstein Entertainment. The 61-year-old's longtime producing partner and friend Lori Jo Hoekstra was with him when he passed. Hoekstra told Deadline that Macdonald had been battling cancer for nearly a decade but remained adamant about keeping his diagnosis from family, friends and fans. 'He was most proud of his comedy,' Hoekstra said. 'He never wanted the diagnosis to affect the way the audience or any of his loved ones saw him. Norm was a pure comic. He once wrote that 'a joke should catch someone by surprise, it should never pander.' He certainly never pandered. Norm will be missed terribly.' The famous comedian was best known for his work on Saturday Night Live where he worked as a cast member from 1993- 1998 and starred as the show's anchor on its Weekend Update segment. He was regarded by many as one of the greatest stand-up comedians of all time.
Caught with his mask down! Democratic Virginia gubernatorial candidate BREAKS federal mandate by going bare-faced on Amtrak train to Washington D.C. after urging even vaccinated supporters to cover faces
Photos obtained by Fox News show Virginia's former Governor Terry McAuliffe breaking Amtrak and CDC rules by not wearing a mask on the train. McAuliffe is running for governor again this year. When reached by DailyMail.com for comment, McAuliffe's campaign did not address the photos but instead pointed out how his opponent, Glenn Youngkin, has shown a 'history of not following CDC mask guidelines.' McAuliffe released a statement last month in support of current Governor Ralph Northam's mask mandate for all students and staff in Virginia schools. McAuliffe 'believes everyone should follow CDC guidelines in wearing masks,' a spokesperson said at the time.
Ranting anti-masker on JetBlue flight scuffles with cabin crew and shouts 'let it go viral' as she's kicked off flight
A couple (pictured above) traveling from Florida to California on a JetBlue plane were kicked off the flight before takeoff after refusing to follow federal mask orders and cursing at flight attendants. The woman, who was traveling with her five-year-old son' told passengers filming the unruly scene to 'let it go viral' before vowing to sue the airline and claiming that 'everyone I know is an attorney.'
Mother-of-one, 27, dies after ignoring a suspicious mole for three years - weeks after going viral with warning to others about skin cancer
Kassidy Pierson from Minnesota died last Tuesday following a years-long battle with cancer. Her sister shared the news and revealed that Kassidy would often 'just break down crying' because of 'how many people just loved her' on TikTok. She had noticed a 'suspicious' mole on her thigh at age 18 but didn't get it checked out until she was 21, when she was diagnosed with stage 3 melanoma. It progressed to stage four, and after being told it was terminal earlier this year she was put on hospice. She spent her remaining time with her son, Hunter, and her fiancé, Chris. Kassidy made it her mission to warn others about the dangers of skin cancer and encourage people to get checked.