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Unsurprisingly, Rick Carlisle was unhappy after his Indiana Pacers blew Game 3 to the Boston Celtics. The Pacers head coach fired back at a reporter, not letting the question even finish after being reminded of his team squandering an eight-point lead with less than three minutes to play at Gainbridge Fieldhouse on Saturday. “I just rewatched the ending, so you don’t need to remind me — I saw everything that happened,” Carlisle interjected. “There were a lot of things out there I disagreed with that I think any Indiana fan would disagree with.” A reporter began to add a follow-up,…

They dropped the weight, so they’re dropping their weight-loss drug. Most people taking GLP-1 drugs like Ozempic and Wegovy do not stay on their prescribed treatment for a minimum of 12 weeks — more than 30% of patients ditch it after just four weeks, a new report from the Blue Cross Blue Shield Association finds. People 18 to 34 years old and those in underserved health regions are more likely to drop out of treatment sooner, according to an analysis of 169,250 health insurance claims made between 2014 and 2023. The report’s authors say it’s “critical” people take these drugs…

Longshot Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein blasted the Democratic National Committee for posting, and then deleting, a job for monitoring third party candidates. “Wow. @TheDemocrats posted – then deleted – a job for a “Third Party Project Manager” to infiltrate their competition and find ways to take us off the ballot,” Stein wrote on Twitter. Friday. “Is this how they’re ‘saving democracy’?” Fox News Digital attempted to click on the job posting on LinkedIn but it was no longer active as of Sunday. A screenshot for the “Independent & Third Party Project Manager” job posting shared by Stein lists the responsibilities as…

Heather Graham is sharing her best-kept secrets on how to love yourself and your body — even on the bad days. “My tip for feeling confident is to love yourself exactly as you are today and to surround yourself with loving people who support you,” Graham exclusively shares in the latest issue of Us Weekly. “There’s always going to be a flaw, so don’t focus on that. Think about what’s good and do affirmations. Instead of thinking about what other people want, think about what you want.  Do what makes you feel good. The better you feel inside, the better…

Just over an hour before Sunday’s first pitch, Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believing” blared through the Mets clubhouse. Either it was meant as inspiration for a downtrodden club or a reminder of the last scene from “The Sopranos” when the song is heard before a fade to black. The Mets avoided a further fade toward black on this day with a ninth-inning rally the bullpen didn’t have to protect. Omar Narvaez stroked a walk-off RBI single that capped a three-run inning in the Mets’ 4-3 victory over the Giants at Citi Field. Narvaez’s hit was his first at home this season,…

A key Democrat invoked the “Harry Potter” franchise while denouncing an International Criminal Court prosecutor for taking aim at Israel. Rep. Jared Moskowitz (D-Fla.) appeared to suggest that President Biden should not have reversed former President Donald Trump’s decision to impose sanctions on the ICC. “Obviously, look, hindsight 20/20, we are where we are today,” Moskowitz told “Fox News Sunday” when asked if Biden, 81, should’ve left them in place. “I’m for putting those sanctions back in place. I’m for Congress acting in a bipartisan basis to go after the ICC.” Trump’s administration slapped sanctions against top ICC officials in…

close Video Korean War vet skydives to celebrate 95th birthday Ivan Smith said he plans to skydive again for his 100th birthday. (Credit: FOX 7) A Korean War veteran who has racked some impressive accomplishments over the years says he wants to do a something a little more down-to-earth for his 95th birthday.  Former U.S. Marine Ivan Smith told Austin’s FOX 7 he has gone scuba diving, built a two-man Scorpion helicopter, and a two-man submarine.  Former U.S. Marine Ivan Smith interviewed by FOX 7.  (FOX 7)NYC’S FLEET WEEK FEATURES DIVE-TANK EXPERIENCE IN HEART OF TIMES SQUARE: ‘AMAZING’ “So, what’s…

An air hostess left unable to do her dream job after breaking her leg in seven places during severe turbulence has won a six-figure payout. Eden Garrity, 31, was pushing a trolley as the Thomas Cook flight from Cuba to Manchester entered a violent Atlantic hail storm. The impact of the turbulence thrust the flight 500ft upward, pinning Eden to the ground and snapping her ankle. Eden was unable to walk at all for two months after the incident and underwent numerous operations and intense rehabilitation.  She has been left with nerve damage which makes it painful for her to…

As a mom of two, actress and musician, Dania Ramirez’s day is about as busy as possible. Yet the Alert: Missing Persons Unit star, 44, still finds time for self-care and fun. In between working on set and hitting the music studio, Ramirez makes sure to meditate, a practice that she says has “changed my life.” Adds Ramirez: “It’s my way of keeping myself balanced in the chaos of this industry.” Ramirez took Us along with her for her jam-packed day in the latest issue of Us Weekly, on newsstands now. Keep scrolling for a day in her life: Season…

Welcome back, Kaapo Kakko. With Jimmy Vesey week to week for the Rangers with an upper-body injury suffered Friday, Kakko returned to the Game 3 lineup Sunday afternoon against the Panthers after he was a healthy scratch in Game 2. Blake Wheeler was another option, but remained out. He hasn’t been active since suffering a a lower-body injury on Feb. 15. The 23-year-old Kakko has produced two points in 11 playoff games after notching 19 points in 61 regular-season games. Kakko warmed up on the third line, to the right of center Alex Wennberg and with Jack Roslovic. Will Cuylle…