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    Mississippi Attorney General Lynn Fitch has claimed that banning most legal abortions would “empower” women to re-enter the workforce while raising children. It would help them “achieve [their] dreams and goals” by being able to both work and have children, she said, adding that “maternity leave and even paternity leave are commonplace” and “men and women are sharing responsibilities in the home better than ever before.” Fitch further argued that the economy of Mississippi is so robust that women no longer need the right to choose. The reality, of course, is that the United States is one of only six countries without a national paid leave policy, that motherhood is not a “dream and goal” for all women, and that the unemployment rate in Mississippi is not just higher than the national average but that its economy ranks 37th out of 50 states. Fitch is the central plaintiff in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, a case that’s being heard before the Supreme Court in a transparent effort to overturn Roe v. Wade, a landmark 1973 decision...
    A WIFE is threatening to leave her husband if he doesn’t start calling her by her unusual nickname - but he finds it unbelievably annoying.  Most parents come up with a list of potential baby names when they’re expecting, and if they don’t know the sex of the baby, they’ll usually make a list of options for boys and girls. 1One husband has had enough of his wife's nicknameCredit: Getty One couple had planned to call their baby boy Michael, but the baby turned out to be a girl. They decided, however, to use Michael as a nickname for their daughter and it stuck. The woman is now primarily known as Michael, and introduces herself with that name. Now that she’s grown up and married, her husband finds it impossible to call his wife “Michael”, and it’s causing serious problems. According to her husband, this is “teeth-grindingly annoying", as he explained on Reddit. He said: "My wife was supposed to be a boy. Her parents had picked out the name Michael for her but well she wasn't a boy. Most...
    PSG sporting director Leonardo has finally broken his silence on reports linking Mauricio Pochettino to the Manchester United job. The 52-year-old Brazilian is in charge of all sporting operations at the Parisian club and has revealed they have no intention of letting Pochettino leave. 2PSG sporting director (centre) has no intention of allowing Pochettino (left) to leave the club any time soonCredit: AFP Speaking to French media outlet AFP, Leonardo said: “We don’t want Pochettino to go. He’s never asked to leave and no club has contacted us for him. "We have a lot of respect for Zinedine Zidane, what he’s done as a player and a manager. "But I can tell you very clearly that there is no contact and no meeting with him took place.” Pochettino, 49, emerged as the overwhelming favourite to take on the Man Utd job following the sacking of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer earlier this week. Reports suggest that the former Tottenham boss is the Man Utd's board's first choice to become their new permanent manager. It was a deal...
    IT might seem like we're always cleaning our homes, and that's probably because we are. But you could be doing your chores all wrong and there might be a faster and easier way to get the jobs done. 3You've probably been doing your chores all wrong and there's a simpler way to tackle the cleaning In fact, Deyan Dimitrov, cleaning and laundry expert and founder of Laundryheap, reckons we should ditch our elaborate cleaning routines altogether. The reason? Because you don't need to be spending hours - with tubs full of products - scrubbing your home for the best results. Bathroom What if we told you that you don't need to scrub your blackened grout to get it clean. You probably wouldn't believe us, right? Ditch the toothbrush and hours of hard labour and replace it with hot soapy water and a large brush to get sparkling tiles in no time. "This method is great for dirty grout, as the brush will be able to scrub any dirt out, as opposed to having to...
    London (CNN)A British lawmaker has asked for an investigation into the rules around bringing babies into the House of Commons, after a member of Parliament was told she could no longer bring her child into the chamber.Stella Creasy, an MP for the opposition Labour Party, said she was told by a representative of Parliament's lower house that it was against the rules to bring a child to a debate at Westminster Hall after she attended with her son on Tuesday. Creasy shared an email sent to her by the private secretary to the chairman of ways and means, which references rules published in September: "You should not take your seat in the Chamber when accompanied by your child," and added that this also applied to Westminster Hall, the oldest building on the Parliamentary estate, used for state occasions and important ceremonies. Offices are reopening. For parents, that raises a childcare problemCommons Speaker Lindsay Hoyle has asked the Commons Procedure Committee to look at the rules around bringing babies into the House following the incident, the PA Media news agency...
    BLOOMINGTON, Minn. (WCCO) — This year, safety is of the essence when you’re driving around town, and in and out of the car while running errands. Carjackings are up nationwide. The National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) says beginning in June 2020, the United States experienced a 13% increase in auto thefts. And in Minneapolis, there have been 540 this year — five times the amount in 2019. READ MORE: Woman Averts Attempted Carjacking In Southwest Minneapolis As Similar Crimes Surge In The CityThe busiest shopping season is underway, and at Mall of America, shoppers are heading into the season with joy, but also with caution. Maria Dockendorf and Tessia Gebherd have been friends since they were sophomores in high school. Now college students, they met up at Mall of America for a shopping reunion. They both say they keep safety in mind. “I usually lock my car all the time, like double check, make sure it honks and stuff,” Gebherd said. (credit: CBS) READ MORE: Minneapolis Carjacking Victim Says He Was 'Absolutely In Shock' By...
    XiFotos | E+ | Getty Images Millions of Americans are quitting and finding new jobs as the pandemic-fueled "Great Resignation" continues.   Many are probably leaving retirement plans with thousands of dollars behind. More than 25 million people who switched jobs between 2004 and 2014 left one or more employer-sponsored retirement accounts at their former workplace, according to a report from the Government Accountability Office. While these accounts can usually be recovered, tracking them down after the fact can take a lot of time and effort and means you've left money on the table. And, if you don't recover your employer-sponsored plans by the time you retire, you could face penalties for failing to withdraw money regularly. "We highly recommend people don't leave money scattered all over," said Gail Reid, a certified financial planner and private wealth advisor for Ameriprise Financial Services in Glendale, California.   RolloversThere are a few things that experts recommend looking at when switching jobs. First, if you have an employer-sponsored retirement plan that needs to vest, you may want to wait to quit your job...
    A pet Chihuahua has come up with an adorable way to tug at his owner's heartstrings when she gets ready to leave for work. The tiny pooch, who lives in Littleton, Colorado, pulls a sad face and whines at his female owner every morning in an attempt to guilt trip her into bringing him to work with her Sweet footage, taken on November 9, shows the unnamed Chihuahua sitting on his owner's bed as she tells him that she has to go.
    CELEBRITIES BORN ON THIS DAY: Miranda Lambert, 38; Ellen Pompeo, 52; Tracy Morgan, 53; Michael Jai White, 57. Actress Ellen Pompeo  (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images)  Happy Birthday: Leave nothing to chance. Pore over details and assess situations. Take responsibility for anything you sign off on this year. Budget wisely, and put a financial plan in place to ensure that you maintain the freedom to follow a path that allows you to live life your way. Question beliefs, resolve issues and acquire peace of mind. Your numbers are 7, 18, 24, 31, 36, 43, 48. ARIES (March 21-April 19): Check in with the people who have helped and offered you the best advice over the years, and you won’t be disappointed. A kind word will encourage you to overlook something that will pass by quickly if you focus on self-improvement. 4 stars TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Flipping from one thing to another won’t get you very far. Consider your best path forward. Evaluate your current situation and your relationship with others, then adjust how you handle your personal and professional...
    MEGHAN Markle insisted she's "standing up for what's right" amid an "arduous" court fight over a private letter to her father. The Duchess of Sussex discussed the legal wrangle during an interview with the New York Times this evening. 4Meghan Markle has today spoken out about her legal battle with the Mail on Sunday - as the case returns to the High Court 4The duchess won her claim in February, but the newspaper's publisher has since appealed the judgement, which relates to extracts of a letter she sent to dad ThomasCredit: Phil Penman - The Sun And she vowed to fight to the bitter end as the case returns to court this week. The mum-of-two is currently in the final throes of a three-year court battle with Mail on Sunday publisher Associated Newspapers Ltd (ANL). It comes after the newspaper published extracts of a five-page private letter she'd written to her dad begging him not to speak to the media about her. Meghan won her battle at the High Court in February - but the publisher appealed. A judge will...
    IF YOU want to cry, this is the story for you. A 28-year-old woman has revealed that she was getting random voicemails from a blocked number for more than a year. 3Venus revealed she had been getting called by an unknown number for more than a year 3The unknown caller was a widow leaving messages for her late husband, who had previously owned the phone number TikTok user, Venus, shared a video where she wrote: "You're just trying to clear your voicemails and notice a number you don't recognize in blocked numbers ... that has been leaving you voicemails since July 8, 2020. "All the voicemails consist of 'I miss you' and and 'I hope you're okay' and long pauses and what sounds to be soft crying?" She then showed the long list of voicemails this number had been leaving for her – with some days getting more than four messages. The brunette then played one of the messages, where an elderly woman could be heard saying: "It's just me, you've been on my mind. I'll catch you later, bye."...
    THERE’S no denying that parenting is no easy feat, but one dad admits that she has found it so difficult that he no longer loves his son. Taking to Reddit, the man explained that he was now planning on moving away from him because he’s convinced he’s a “sociopath.” 1A dad has admitted that he no longer loves his son after years of difficult behaviourCredit: Getty - Contributor He wrote: “I genuinely don't love my son anymore. “So, my oldest son recently turned 23 and I'm about 99% sure he's a sociopath. “We always had issues with him throughout his childhood, but we always found a way to work around them.  “When his grades dropped to failing, we hired him a tutor. When he got into fights at school, we got him into anger management classes. When he began viciously insulting and beating our younger son, we got him into therapy. When he got arrested for drugs, we got him into rehab.” The dad went on to say that despite their efforts everything they tried backfired. He continued: “If we...
    Dear Amy: My brother married “Martha,” a woman 15 years older than he. Amy Dickinson  She has never made any attempt to be a part of our family. In fact, she said her goal was to alienate him from us because he was a Mama’s boy. Over the years we have had some very public meltdowns. She has a habit of posting everything on Facebook. When that happens, my mother and I feel the need to retaliate. Now they have newborn babies and will not let us be a part of their lives. I have apologized to her for the things I’ve said and done in the past, but she took it as a chance to make a fight about it. I honestly believe she is a narcissist. Related Articles Ask Amy: I thought I cut ties to my mom, but here she is again Ask Amy: I found a long-forgotten treasure but it’s not mine to keep Ask Amy: She found out about the wedding, and she’s devastated Ask Amy: I’ve...
    Never afraid to say exactly what’s on his mind, Charles Barkley continues to be one of the most brash personalities in sports. But what further separates him from everyone else is that he won’t put it in writing. On the latest episode of The Steam Room, co-hosted by Barkley and TNT’s Ernie Johnson, the retired NBA superstar made a stunning admission. “I’ve never sent an email,” Barkley said. Johnson and TNT’s Inside the NBA producer Tim Kiely countered Barkley, claiming the Hall-of-Famer has sent an email. “I know how to respond,” Barkley acknowledged. “I don’t know how to do one. I don’t know how to initiate one. But I do, I can respond. I will admit that.” “To all you idiots, fools, and jackasses out there, it’s alright to talk bad about people,” Barkley said unapologetically. “We all do it. But we don’t leave a paper trail. I talk bad about people the old-fashioned way – behind their back. I don’t put it in writing.” Barkley’s admission comes just a few weeks after leaked emails got NFL coach Jon Gruden...
     CBS’ Margaret Brennan warned Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo that paid family leave will be in peril if Democrats don’t get it through by the end of the year. Raimondo spoke to Brennan on Sunday’s Face The Nation, where she fielded a number of questions about disruptions to the U.S. supply chain, vaccine mandates, and efforts to accelerate the economy. When Brennan noted that Democratic lawmakers seem to be dropping their push for paid family leave, she asked what this says about the Biden administration’s capacity to follow through with their agenda. “The president promised it was coming. It’s not in this framework. That was a concession he made,” Brennan said. “You have said this is so essential to getting the economy going. How disappointed are you that that was just given up?” Raimondo argued that the spending bill still represents “the most significant piece of domestic legislation in 50 years” because of its advancements for child care. Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg made a similar argument as he defended spending negotiations during his own interview for CNN. Raimondo...
    Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg defended Democrats and the Biden administration despite the fact that they are moving to drop paid family leave from their spending package. Buttigieg, who just came off of paternity leave for the adoption of his newborn twins, was confronted by CNN’s Dana Bash with footage of his saying paid leave is long overdue for most Americans. “What do you say to the more than 100 million Americans who don’t have access to the kind of paid family leave you just benefited from and don’t understand why the administration didn’t fight harder to keep it in the bill?” Bash asked. Buttigieg maintained that the Biden administration believes in paid family leave, but he pivoted to say the bill does allow financial support for American families who need assistance with child care. Bash acknowledged his point, but she asked him how Democrats can keep on fighting for paid family leave if they are about to head into an election year. Buttigieg stood by his view that the bill still represents “the most important pro-family legislation of my...
    One woman says that her life is made harder because of the fact that she is beautiful. Pretty girl Ariana from USA, says that girls exclude her and hurt her feelings because they are so jealous of her good looks. 2Arian says the subject is hard to talk aboutCredit: TikTok / @arianasavannah Ariana took to her TikTok platform where the posts under the domain @arianasavannah said she was afraid to make the post in case she got "attacked." Applying her makeup she said: "So there's a topic I really want to talk about, and I wanna talk about it often but I have a hard time doing it because I know I'm going to get attacked." Adding: "It goes along with pretty privilege. Obviously, pretty privilege is a thing, we know this, we know there's a lot of pros to that." Ariana goes on to explain that there is also a downside to being good looking, that nobody talks about, but she wants to share her "experience as a woman." FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT...
    CNN’s Kasie Hunt apparently wants to see Congress pass paid family leave. Good for her! It’s an important and popular policy that few U.S. workers have access to, in contrast to workers in the vast majority of countries that do have paid family leave. The way Hunt is thinking about the fight for paid family leave, though … that could use some work. xIf paid leave is left out of this bill, I’m going to spend the midterms covering how suburban women who turned on the GOP over Trump are responding to Democratic governing in DC — especially after the pandemic— Kasie Hunt (@kasie) October 28, 2021 Where to start? Do I start with her basic assumption that this is an issue best approached through horserace-style coverage? Or do I start with her failure to mention that the vast majority of Democrats in Congress support paid family leave, while zero Republicans support it. (To be fair, there are a couple of Republicans who would vote for a poorly structured family leave bill that didn’t help many people—if there was a Republican...
    Philadelphia, PA (CNN)The free food delivery that arrives at Beth Greenlee's door each week is much more than an endpoint of the US supply chain. It's her lifeline.The 61-year-old has Stage 4 endometrial cancer and little income. For eight months, she's been relying on food from MANNA, a non-profit that provides free meals to more than 1,200 of the sickest people in Philadelphia."I've even gained a few pounds in spite of my illness," Greenlee said. "God only knows how thankful I am for the meals."But a crisis looms at MANNA. Their food costs are up 40%, they say, and by December they'll likely have to stop taking on new clients -- maybe hundreds of them."That will break our hearts," MANNA CEO Sue Daugherty said. "But we could not have planned for this in a million years."Beth Greenlee is one of the more than 1,200 people in Philadelphia who rely on food from MANNA, a non-profit hit by high food costsRead MoreAs families across the country deal with wide ranging impacts of the congested supply chain -- from delayed furniture to...
    There’s nothing conservatives love like a trending name or hashtag to get people riled up and distracted from issues that matter. Like, for example, the ongoing novel coronavirus pandemic. In recent days, one such subject is the U.S. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg’s parental leave. Buttigieg and his husband, Chasten, are new parents to twin babies, and with this life change underway, he took advantage of a paid parental leave policy starting in mid-August. Within the last week, Buttigieg has already returned to taking calls and making media appearances. But conservatives can’t let it rest. As Daily Kos covered, Fox News host Tucker Carlson recently made snide comments about Buttigieg and breastfeeding. Recently, Newsmax host Greg Kelly went down the similar route of misogyny and homophobia to smear Buttigieg, as covered by Media Matters. In the span of roughly two minutes, Kelly described “Mayor Pete” and his husband as “happy fathers” before suggesting it’s “incredibly strange” that Buttigieg would take time off for parental leave. He added that Buttigieg took time off last year to have a “grand old time” after running...
    A Virginia couple in their 40s who refused pleas from their family to get the COVID-19 vaccine because they read misinformation online passed away from the disease within two weeks of each other, leaving behind five children and an infant grandson. High school sweethearts Kevin, 48, and Misty Mitchem, 46, regretted not taking the vaccine just before they died, according to their bereaved loved ones. Misty Mitchem, a medical transcriptionist by trade, declined to get the shot even though she had diabetes. 'He called me up [from the hospital] and said, "Mom, I love you and I wish that I’d got the shot",' Kevin's mother, Terry Mitchem, told NBC Washington. 'Of course I told him, "It's past. You can't do anything about it".' The couple is survived by their four young children: Riley, 17; Leah, 14; and twins Taylor and Aiden, 11. Kevin Mitchem had one daughter, Angel, 22, from a previous relationship. Angel is the mother of Lincoln, who will turn two in November. High school sweethearts Kevin, 48, and Misty Mitchem, 46, of Stafford Count, Virginia, regretted not...
    EDINSON CAVANI has been told to leave Manchester United for the sake of his international career. The Uruguayan has been benched for his country in recent matches, after being limited to just 104 minutes of Premier League action so far this season. 3Edinson Cavani has largely been sidelined by Cristiano Ronaldo's arrivalCredit: EPA 3The Uruguayan has seen his role for his country diminishedCredit: Reuters With Cristiano Ronaldo's arrival having blocked Cavani's route to first-team football, compatriot Gus Poyet believes that it could be time for the striker to move on. He told talkSPORT: "He was unlucky, because without Ronaldo coming in, he was playing as the main striker. "The decision of Juventus, Man City getting involved, incredibly went against one person especially – and that was Cavani. "Maybe he should move in January. "From the outside, I don’t know him, but if I was him, seeing how things are now, and seeing him not getting to 90 minutes for the national team because he’s not playing – maybe." Cavani, 34, scored 17 goals in 39 appearances during an impressive...
    It's tough. It's stressful. It's gripping. But you might not be able to look away as the drama unfolds in the new movie, "Mass.""Mass" tells the story of two sets of parents who agree to meet in a room in a church to talk out a tragedy that happened six years earlier. It's something they need to do face-to-face in order to try and finally move forward from the terrible grief and anger they still feel."These are people in pain," said actor Jason Isaacs. "They come into a room. My wife, I think, is the one that's messed up. I think I'm fine. The audience knows perfectly well that I'm not fine. And they're reaching for something better.""They're trying to find some acceptance or healing or possibly forgiveness in their lives. They don't get to leave, you know? They have to do the work. And I wanted to honor that by having this conversation be in real time. They enter the room and we don't get to leave until they leave," said director and writer Fran Kranz.In one moment of...
    CELEBRITIES BORN ON THIS DAY: Ksenia Solo, 34; Bruno Mars, 36; Sigourney Weaver, 72; Chevy Chase, 78. Chevy Chase  (Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP, File)  Happy Birthday: Finish what you start. Leave nothing to chance. Don’t labor over what you should do; just do what you must and keep moving forward. Expand your interests, dreams and friendships. Stabilize your home base, and rid yourself of dead weight. Seek the freedom to follow your heart and to head in a direction that brings you joy. Be true to yourself. Your numbers are 8, 13, 20, 29, 31, 43, 45. ARIES (March 21-April 19): Align yourself with people who get what you are trying to do and are willing to assist you in reaching your goal. The information you share will help you adapt and head in a direction tailored to fit your lifestyle. 3 stars TAURUS (April 20-May 20): A change may not be welcome, but it will be in your best interest. Take a moment to think matters through, and you’ll come up with an alternative that will encourage you to...
    A Harvard Law professor has hit out at trigger warnings in academia, saying they can actually cause greater distress and even leave colleges open to lawsuits. Jeannie Suk Gersen, who has taught at the Massachusetts institution since 2006, wrote in The New Yorker on Wednesday about her concerns.  She noted that Chinua Achebe's seminal 1958 work Things Fall Apart and Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet were both seen as problematic - Achebe's book for its themes of colonialism and racism, and Shakespeare's for its discussion of suicide. Yet she found that recent studies showed the trigger warnings - an alert to students, telling them to brace themselves for content that could revive difficult memories - could actually increase the trauma.  Jeannie Suk Gersen, who has taught at Harvard Law since 2006, wrote in The New Yorker on Wednesday that she felt trigger warnings were frequently unhelpful - and could actually be harmful Students are pictured in a class at Brandeis University. The Massachusetts institution recommended against using the words trigger warning, and suggested 'content note' instead That is because the sight...
    Dear Amy: My son recently remarried. We came up with a plan for me to continue living with him and his wife if I occasionally help out with my 4-year-old granddaughter, “Kristin.” Amy Dickinson  It seems like I am watching Kristin more and more often. They don’t take her out much. They will ask her, “Do you want to go with us?” Kristin says, “No, I am staying here with Nonny.” They tell me they are going to have drinks with friends and be back in 90 minutes or so. They show up three hours later. They are always planning one-night trips, leaving me with Kristin. They tell me when to expect them and then show up much later than expected. Related Articles Ask Amy: I don’t know why his wife is so upset by this news about his past Ask Amy: I’m afraid my grandson’s habit will get him ridiculed in his dorm Ask Amy: My girlfriend is throwing a fit about a cruise I’m paying for Ask Amy: I know...
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    A KILLER dad hurled his four-week-old baby into a cot telling his partner "don't leave me with a f***ing screaming baby" before downing a beer. Dean Smith, 46, threw tiny Maisie Newell across her bedroom and killed her because he was furious he had been left to look after her on his own on 26 August 2000. 2Maisie died nearly 14 years after she was thrown into a wooden cot, which caused brain damageCredit: Central News 2Dean Smith pleaded guilty to manslaughterCredit: Central News Following the violent attack, Smith then calmly lit a cigarette, drank a beer and switched on his Playstation at the two-bedroom flat in Edgware, North West London. His partner, who cannot be named for legal reasons, came home from her friend's house and checked on Maisie - but did not notice anything was wrong until a couple of hours later. Maisie was rushed to hospital with dreadful injuries to her skull and spine leaving her handicapped for life. Adoptive parents cared for her until she eventually died at home with them just before her 14th birthday...
    Disney Plus subscription price is free from Amazon for 6 months Colts All-Pro G Quenton Nelson suffers high ankle sprain against Titans Get Paid $200 by Signing Up for This New Card (Yeah, Seriously) Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/9 SLIDES © Shutterstock(3) On their own! Daniel Craig, Ashton Kutcher and more celebrity parents have decided not to leave their children with trust funds. “Isn’t there an old adage that if you die a rich person, you’ve failed?” the Defiance actor told Candis in an August 2021 interview. “I think Andrew Carnegie gave away what in today’s money would be about 11 billion dollars, which shows how rich he was because I’ll bet he kept some of it, too. But I don’t want to leave great sums to the next generation.” The England native called inheritances “quite distasteful.” The James Bond star explained, “My philosophy is get rid of it or give it away before you go.” The Golden...
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    One of the females argued that the two white males have the entire rest of the campus — and that the room they were occupying is the only space on campus where people of color can be together exclusively. "Every single part of the campus centers you — this is the only space that you're not centered!" she added. "And you're still trying to center yourself, which is peak white cis-male, bulls**t!" She also hollered at the student with the sticker that he's "racist" and that his "sticker's racist because police — that's a job. You can choose to be a police [officer] … I don't choose to be black, okay? No, you can choose to be a cop. You can choose to kill people with a badge, and you're protecting that s**t, which means that you're racist." The white student began to apologize: "I'm sorry, I wasn't trying to offend you guys" — and then another female said "this offends us automatically because these people kill people like me and like us, right? So, you're promoting...
    ROWLETT, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) — It was last week when Natalie Wester and her husband went to Hang Time, a bar and restaurant in Rowlett, Texas with a few friends. It’s something they say they don’t get a chance to do often months after having a baby. “If you’ve ever been new parents, having those couple of hours out like once or twice a month is so important for your mental health,” Wester tells KTVT-TV in Dallas. READ MORE: 2 People Killed In Fast-Moving Rowhome Fire In Wilmington They’re fully vaccinated, but say they choose to mask up when out to protect their immunocompromised four-month-old son. The Wester family (CBS 11 News) But once inside, they were told they had to take them off. “Our waitress came over, sat down next to me and said, ‘Our manager told me to come over because I am nicer than he is… But this is political and I need you to take your masks off,'” she recalls. No masks allowed. READ MORE: Police: Man Shot Multiple Times, Killed In North Philadelphia It’s a policy you...
    Dear Amy: Recently a very good friend of over 20 years took an overnight road trip with me. Amy Dickinson  We have been through everything together — his breakups, the death of my husband, travels, you name it. After this last trip, he refused to return my calls or texts. Finally, he texted me and said, “I am having a hard time getting over this last trip. I wanted to call you, but I knew I would be too emotional to discuss it. I’m sure you don’t remember what you did, but I can’t forget.” Amy, I was dumbfounded! I immediately texted him, apologizing for whatever it was, asking him to please let me know what I did to upset him. I did this numerous times with no response, until he texted back: “Soon, I’ll let you know.” Related Articles Ask Amy: I had a problem with his girlfriend, and now he won’t speak to me Ask Amy: She’s hurt by the bride’s choice of venue so she’s boycotting the wedding Ask Amy: One...
    ROWLETT, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) — It was last week when Natalie Wester and her husband went to Hang Time, a bar and restaurant in Rowlett, with a few friends. Something they say they don’t do often as new parents. READ MORE: Rangers Stop Lynn, Beat AL Central-Leading White Sox 2-1 “If you’ve ever been new parents, having those couple of hours out like once or twice a month is so important for your mental health,” Wester said. They’re fully vaccinated, but say they choose to mask up when out to protect their immune compromised four-month-old son. The Wester family (CBS 11 News) But once inside, they were told they had to take them off. “Our waitress came over, sat down next to me and said, ‘Our manager told me to come over because I am nicer than he is… But this is political and I need you to take your masks off.'” No masks allowed. READ MORE: Police: Dallas Officer Arrested, Charged With Driving While Intoxicated It’s a policy you don’t hear often amid the pandemic, but the owner says he...