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    “In my heart, I have a lot of scars,” says Patrick, 26, when asked how he is. The young man remains fragile. He made two suicide attempts, aged 11 and 22. In this country where he is particularly ashamed of not being able to establish his paternal line, when he went to school, he did not mix with other students, he says. “Society could not accept me; the Tutsi, like the Hutus, did not care about me …” he said, shaken by tears. “I don’t know who my father is … and my future will always be complicated if I don’t know my past,” he told . by phone from Nyanza (southern Rwanda) where he is studying accounting . Born from one of the most hostile destinies there is, these children grew up in the shadow of the genocide against the Tutsi minority, orchestrated by the extremist Hutu regime...
    More On: conservatives CPAC 2021 in photos Gold Trump statue on sale at CPAC for shocking amount Scott Walker at CPAC says ‘America is under siege’ Don Jr. headlines first day of CPAC speeches My Pillow CEO Mike Lindell was cut off during an interview at the Conservative Political Action Conference Sunday after he hurled wild conspiracy theories about COVID-19 and the vaccines for the virus. Lindell was stopped in the middle of his interview with host Liz Willis of conservative YouTube channel, Right Side Broadcasting Network when he claimed that people who did not have the coronavirus were being diagnosed with it. “You stub your toe, and they say, ‘Oh you’ve got COVID. Let’s pile on, you know,” Lindell told Willis — who then interrupted him to quickly shut the conversation down. “We do have to be super careful. I hate to do it. You know I...
    A MOM-of 15 shared her family budgeting tips to support a big family. The busy mom said she cuts "all my kids hair' and "we very seldom buy anything new" as she revealed her money-saving tips. 8Mom-of-15 Nancy shared some of her best budgeting tips for a big familyCredit: YouTube/RealMomRealSolutions 8In one tip, she said the family 'very seldom' buys anything new – and showed off a dresser she bought for $20 and stained to match her other furnitureCredit: YouTube/RealMomRealSolutions The budget tips were shared by Nancy, who runs the YouTube channel Real Mom Real Solutions. In her first tip, she said both she and her husband have both full-time income nearly the entire time they've been married. Although their jobs have changed over the years – as she herself has worked as a teacher, a personal assistant, and a daycare provider – she said the couple is always making money. She...
    When you started living a toxic-free and natural life, you probably changed your diet first. But did you know the health and beauty products we use every day also pose a source of toxicity? When you’re sick or injured, it’s even more important to adhere to your natural lifestyle. When a cut, bruise, scrape, or other minor first aid injury arises, try these products instead: 1. Witch Hazel Witch hazel has long been known for its oil-absorbing properties. For generations, women have been applying witch hazel to reduce inflammation, oiliness, and other symptoms of acne. However, witch hazel can also be used to help disinfect wounds. Apply witch hazel to a cut or scrap like you would rubbing alcohol to disinfect and promote healing. 2. Coconut Oil Some say coconut oil is a superfood—but if you ask me it’s a total miracle food. You might be used to cooking...
    THIS is the harrowing moment a "demon daughter" who decapitated her mum tells 999: "I had my mum's head in my hands". Jessica Camilleri, 27, cut her mum Rita's head off in a frenzied knife attack after an argument before leaving her head on a footpath outside their home in Sydney, Australia in July 2019. 5Jessica Camilleri cut off her mum's head 5Rita Camilleri was killed by her daughterCredit: Facebook 5The disturbing emergency call the killer made was released by the courtCredit: News Corp Australia She was found guilty of manslaughter but was cleared of murder. After a sentence hearing today, the disturbing emergency call the killer made just moments after she knifed her mother was released. During the call, Camilleri asks for cops and an ambulance to come to the house due to a "life or death situation". She passes the phone to a confused neighbour before returning to...
    Our history is littered with gruesome and cruel pastimes involving the abuse of animals as a means of entertainment, and while most of these activities have long been made illegal, they are by no means gone for good. Cockfighting, for instance, is a blood sport that has been around for hundreds of years and is one of the most atrocious events imaginable for the poor birds involved, yet in many countries around the world, it is still considered to be a mainstream activity and an integral part of the culture. During a cockfight, two cockerels are placed into a ring and are forced to fight until one of them is dead or so badly injured that it can no longer fight. As if this isn’t cruel enough, to increase aggression, the cockerels are tormented by having their beaks and feathers pulled in order to make them angry, and all...
    A SAVVY home cook as revealed how she never spends more than a single pound on any one meal - and reveals how you can do it too. Chelsie Angeles, 21, moved to London last year as a student and was forced to make some budget cuts to get by. 6Chelsie Angeles, 21, moved to London last year as a student and was forced to make some budget cuts to get by.Credit: Vogo.co.uk Aside from making smart supermarket choices, Chelsie has made a few significant changes to her diet, too, which has helps her cut down the cost of her weekly food bill by a significant amount. She said: "One of the easiest ways I’ve cut down my costs is by introducing vegetarian and vegan recipes in to my diet. "I don’t follow either diet strictly, but by having a veggie or vegan meal a few times...
    On January 16, Karina visited ‘Saturday deluxe’ as a guest and as a fellow of the program, as she was in charge of introducing the boys from ‘The island of temptations 3’. The singer said that, despite having spent a long time dedicating herself to music, the circumstances in his life have had « many ups and downs ». Although she was an artist who made a lot of money, she assured that this « does not last » because « there are many years that it has not been workedNobody calls you or they call you for small things and money goes away on trips, hotels … « . Karina in ‘Saturday deluxe’ The interpreter of « The trunk of memories » explained that she had had several moments of financial distress throughout her life, in fact the singer currently lives for rent: « They have cut off the power on several occasions for lack of payment », assured...
    Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is telling his Republican colleagues President Trump's impeachment trial will be a 'vote of conscience' – an absence of pressure that leaves the president's fate up in the air. McConnell has already communicated that he himself has not made up his mind on whether to convict Trump – following reports of his fury after a MAGA mob ransacked the Capitol, with one crowd of invaders stopped steps from McConnell's leadership office. 'His message to me was this would clearly be a vote of conscience,' Montana Republican Sen. Kevin Cramer said. 'He's always been respectful of members that way.'  'VOTE OF CONSCIENCE': Senator Kevin Cramer (R-ND), right, ' says Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has told him impeachment will be a 'vote of conscience,' without leadership pressure to convict or acquit President Trump House leaders also called the House impeachment vote this week a 'vote of conscience'...
    DEAR ABBY: My best friend of nine years, “Sierra,” and my boyfriend of two years, “Jaden,” strongly dislike each other. They were both at a cookout I had for my birthday, and Sierra kept making passive-aggressive comments to and about him. Jeanne Phillips  At one point, she criticized something controversial that he said, and when he tried to engage her in conversation about it, she ignored him and pretended he didn’t exist. Jaden then launched into a series of verbal attacks against her, and although I attempted to get him to drop it, I was unsuccessful. Related Articles Dear Abby: Must I wear this offensive thing the bride picked out? Dear Abby: He decorated our house with mementos that make me uneasy Dear Abby: I found out who snitched on my teen, and I’m furious Dear Abby: Is it wrong for me to...
    DEAR MISS MANNERS: In a world where families live in separate parts of the country, I have a hard time keeping up with members of my own, especially nieces and nephews. I am not on social media, but even if I were, that would not give me addresses to send birthday cards or baby gifts. I have politely and repeatedly asked parents for details when they mention that Lily or Leo has a new house or baby. But physical addresses or the date of a birth are difficult to come by. Are new address notices or birth announcements no longer done? I understand that the families may be too busy to write letters to an aunt, but I enjoy sending cards and small gifts when appropriate. I need an address to do so. Related Articles Miss Manners: Everyone understands what I’m doing except my husband Miss...
    Ready, set, recipes! Here are our just published, fresh-out-the-mill recipes in one convenient place! These are the top vegan recipes of the day, and are now a part of the thousands of recipes on our Food Monster App! Our newest recipes include hot chocolate and oatmeal, so if you’re looking for something new and delicious, these recipes are it! We also highly recommend downloading the Food Monster App  — with over 15,000 delicious recipes it is the largest meatless, vegan, plant-based and allergy-friendly recipe resource to help you get healthy! And, don’t forget to check out our Popular Trends Archives! 1. Warm Wheat Berry, Mushroom, Tomato, and Arugula Salad Source: Warm Wheat Berry, Mushroom, Tomato, and Arugula Salad This hearty, warm salad of wheat berries, sauteed mushrooms, oven-dried tomatoes and arugula is full of flavor. Try out this Warm Wheat Berry, Mushroom, Tomato, and Arugula Salad by Rouxbe! 2. Italian-style...
    If we can’t get kitschy at Christmas, then what a slice of fun we are missing out on. And, anyone who’s anyone in the world of Christmas kookery knows that the height of Christmas silliness is the ugly Christmas sweater. Every year groups of friends like to challenge one another, throw parties and hold contests to see who can find the worst (or best, depending on how you look at it) Christmas sweater. Now, the general rule (or it should be) for such events is that the sweaters should be found in thrift stores, denoting that, indeed, at some point someone received and/or wore the Christmas sweater. This is a particularly good policy because it means 1. we are not supporting the ill-advised continued production of such Christmas sweaters and 2. we aren’t demanding the planet keep yielding resources (and digesting waste) from said production. Then, it’s good, clean, environmentally...
    Britney Spears decided to ring out 2020 with a major change in her hairstyle, and she took to Instagram to share the results with her 27 million followers. She also asked them to pray. The pop star showed off her haircut against a bright red background. She shared a close-up selfie, and she stared into the camera’s lens with a serious look in her kohl-lined brown eyes, pursing her pert pink lips slightly. She wore a blue, green, pink, and orange floral print shirt. However, the main focus was on her new hair. She accessorized with a black choker. Britney’s locks were cut into several short and long layers in a style reminiscent of the “Rachel” that Jennifer Aniston sported during her run on the popular 1990s TV show, Friends. Britney’s 2020 version had a short fringe across her forehead that parted in the center, and then several other shorter...
    You’ve probably heard that age-old saying that “beauty is pain.” Unfortunately, this statement is proving to be true when we think about where plastics are showing up in personal care items. Whether it’s plastic microbeads added as scrubbing elements to face washes and toothpastes, or the myriad of plastic bottles and containers that house much of our beauty products, plastic is everywhere. And those plastics are proving more and more to be quite painful not only to the environment but also to us. Now, plastic has proven to be quite useful when it comes to packaging cosmetics, moisturizers, hair care products and the wide assortment of other items we use on a daily basis to maintain our physical appearance. They are, ideally, sturdy and dependable for keeping a variety of serums and solutions at your fingertips, ready to use. They are also easy to throw in a purse or overnight bag...
    Abby Dowse stunned many of her 2.6 million Instagram followers with a provocative nude look in her first post of the week. The Australian model and social media maven showed off her insane curves in revealing skin-toned lingerie, posing seductively with her legs spread while leaning one hand on her bed. The blond bombshell put on a tantalizing show of her sizzling figure as she cocked her hip and arched her back, tilting her waist at an angle that flattered her faultless hourglass shape. She tucked her hand behind her head and parted her lips in a sultry expression, oozing a sexy air of nonchalance as she glanced to the side with an absent-minded gaze. Her long hair spilled down her back and over her shoulders in tousled waves, giving her more sex appeal. The smokeshow looked sensational in a three-piece set that was a few shades lighter than her...
    Whittling is one of the skills many of us think we don’t have. Maybe we haven’t spent weeks in the woods on scout trips and have never met a circumstance in which carving a wooden spoon seemed life or death or even called for. More realistically, maybe we’ve just never had the time, inclination, or means to develop these skills. Seriously, without a porch, rocking chair, and a rural setting with a wily grandparent sprung from the earth, how does one go about acquiring the necessary know-how for whittling? Sure, it would be amazing to carve a little face in a stick. That would totally impress friends and family. It might even be fun. But…isn’t that really hard to do? Without a doubt, there are some whittling projects that require serious skill, patience, time, and equipment. On the other hand, like anything, there are also beginner woodworking projects that...
    I never thought much about the wasteful nature of drying sheets until I was forced to quarantine. Like most people who suddenly found themselves with extra time to mull over their life choices, I started reevaluating how I could shrink my carbon footprint—from shopping habits to grocery trips and eventually over to laundry day. I’d considered purchasing dryer balls in the past and true to my millennial ways, I noticed the Five Two wool version offered up on Food52 first for its aesthetically pleasing nature. But they remained in my “eco-friendly buys” bookmark folder rather than my shopping cart for months on end. When I got into a weekly habit of loading and unloading the same variation of sweats, workout clothes, and the occasional pair of jeans for trips to the supermarket, the single use nature of dryer sheets started to bug me more than usual. Akin to makeup wipes,...
    Before Christmas, trees are cut down and decked with ornaments and decorations; they provide habitat for wildlife. Unfortunately, the tradition of cutting down trees and removing them from the forest can negatively impact the animals who rely on them for a place to live. That’s what happened this year in New York City when a tiny little Saw-whet owl was discovered still living in the Rockefeller tree, 3 days after it had been cut down. Source: TODAY/Youtube The tree is a Norway spruce from Oneonta, N.Y., that was cut down on November 14th. The little guy was discovered in its branches on November 16th. He was taken to the Ravensbeard Wildlife Center in Saugerties, NY, where it was discovered he hadn’t eaten in roughly 3 days. His entire home had been uprooted and moved to an urban area, so one can only imagine the traumatic effect this had...
    A MOTHER-of-three has revealed how she was relentlessly stalked by her ex-partner, who had a secret key cut for her house and hid in her shed to spy on her.  Sasha Wright, 34, was terrorised by David Ernest Ricketts, 35, for two years after their relationship ended.    11Sasha Wright, 34, was terrorised by David Ernest Ricketts, 35, for two yearsCredit: HotSpot Media At the height of his stalking campaign, two Dorset police officers failed to arrest David and were later dismissed for gross misconduct after recording an inaccurate report.    While carrying out a welfare check in June 2018, the officers discovered David was at Sasha’s address in breach of a non-molestation order, but decided not to arrest him.  One of the officers later recorded a false log report claiming that David was not present.  In September 2018, David was jailed for a year, after being convicted of stalking.   11Sasha said...
    AN INFLUENCER who hated the size of her bum has got it reduced after a "cheap" butt lift in Turkey when she was 19 – and claims surgeon used BREAST implants in her buttocks. Sophie Elise, 25, a singer from Oslo, Norway, who last year publicly spoke out about how unhappy she was with her large bottom, regularly posts sizzling bikini photos of herself.  17Sophie Elise pictured after having her 'bum implants' removedCredit: Jam Press At the age 19, the influencer travelled to Istanbul, Turkey, with a friend and decided to go under the knife for a butt lift procedure in a spur-of-the-moment decision.  The procedure costs as little as £2,700 in Turkey, while butt implants cost around £8,000 in the UK. She claims she had no consultation before the surgery or any follow-ups. The social media star said: “When I was 19 I decided to have it kind of...
    A SAVVY shopper has revealed how she managed to feed herself and her partner for around £16 a week, as she shared her meal plan for people to copy.  Michele Morgan took on the Feed Your Family for £20 challenge, but found she came in way under budget.  4Michele managed to make three meals a day for two people on a tight budget Michele uploaded snaps of her Asda shopping receipt - which she didn’t end up using all of - along with her meal planner. Her weekly menu included dishes such as Spanish eggs, bacon butties, cottage pie, bangers and mash and chili con carne during the week.  The shopping stretched to three meals a day for two, with some left over, as she shared tips to make the food last longer.  Michele wrote on Facebook group Feed Yourself for £1 a Day: “We did the feed your family...
    JOE Biden's son Hunter gave his dad a 10 per cent cut of his business deals and called him "my chairman", an former friend has claimed. Tony Bobulinski - an ex-business partner of Hunter - claims he heard Hunter and Joe discuss business dealings in China in 2017. 8An ex-pal claims Joe Biden was involved in his son Hunter's business dealingsCredit: REUTERS 8Tony Bobulinski claims he heard Hunter and Joe discussing dealings with a Chinese company 8This email allegedly sent to Mr Bobulinski states there will be a 10 per cent cut for 'the big guy' - Mr Bobulinksi claims 'the big guy' is Joe Biden Mr Bobulinski also claims Joe expected to receive a cut of the profits from the deal. Joe Biden has previously denied having any involvement in his son's business deals. Mr Bobulinski told the New York Post: "I've seen Vice President Biden saying he never...
    A PREMATURE baby born the size of a Superman action figure miraculously survived - and now celebrates every milestone with his sidekick by his side. Logan Ray was born at 23 weeks gestation, weighing just 1.5lb and was the same length as a tiny 12 inch Superman doll bought by his dad, Rob, 42. 15Logan Ray was born at 23 weeks gestation but is now thriving at the age of fourCredit: SWNS Doctors told his parents to prepare for the worst - but just like his cot side toy, little Logan wasn't giving up without a fight. And with each miracle week that passed, he finally dwarfed his action hero until after 105 days in hospital, he got to go home. Mum Val, 43 said her son definitely drew on superpowers to survive - and takes photos of Logan, now four, with Superman every year, to remind her how far...
    MINE HILL, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — The clock is ticking for an extension on an extended moratorium that will keep the lights on for hundreds of thousands of New Jersey residents. But right now, Gov. Phil Murphy‘s office is not releasing specific details on the moratorium, and when it will happen. CBS2’s Cory James spoke Monday with people who are worried about their electricity being cut off. They said they can barely sleep at night. They fear that in three days, their late payments will result in their power being turned off. “I saw the dollar amount first and it was like I almost passed out,” said Racquel Kooper. It’s a letter no-one wants to receive: A power cut off warning. Kooper received a pending shutoff notice days ago from her utility company. It informed the single mother of three her past due amount is over $2,300. “I don’t even know...
    Extra to the story. Caitlyn Jenner has confronted some challenges on her journey to self-discovery however her id wasn’t the deciding think about her cut up from Kris Jenner. The Maintaining Up With the Kardashians alum, 70, opened up about her divorce from Kris, 64, on the Thursday, September 3, episode of Rob Lowe‘s “Actually!” podcast. “After 23 years, Kris and I went our separate instructions,’ Caitlyn recalled. “My id … it was not an enormous a part of us separating. There was so many different greater points on the market.” Nonetheless, she acknowledged that her “frustration with myself” led her to be “a bit of bit shorter together with her close to the tip.” Caitlyn added, “Then hastily, we didn’t have any points. You recognize, we simply, you already know, it was calm.” The pair — whose divorce was finalized in 2014 — remained on such good phrases...
    Dear Amy: My guy and I live in different countries. We have only seen each other one time since COVID hit, and I just feel like we are falling apart. Columnist Amy Dickinson (Bill Hogan/Chicago Tribune)  We used to see each other one or two times a month. It has been four months since we’ve gotten together, and we really don’t know when we will again. We talk three times a day, and text a bit during the week, but then weekends come, and he goes quiet all day and we talk maybe one time the entire weekend. I get this gut feeling that he is pulling away. He won’t reply to texts for hours (and sometimes he never replies, unless I ask). Our phone calls are sometimes limited to a minute or two to touch base. Related Articles Ask Amy: Our son’s girlfriend is from a wealthy...
    SQUIRREL HILL (KDKA) – Businesses continue to feel the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic and more are being forced to close their doors. A Squirrel Hill staple is shutting its doors after welcoming customers for more than three decades. “Cutting hair is my life, I enjoy cutting hair,” Gino’s Hair Styling Salon owner Gina Scamardi said. For 32 years he has been cutting hair at his Murray Avenue shop. “If you take me out of this chair, I don’t know what to do,” he said inside his shop. He has been cutting hair since he was 14 in Sicily. After moving to Belgium, he came to America in his 20s without speaking any English. He’s been cutting hair in Pittsburgh for almost six decades. “Not only do you give a service but you create a friendship,” Scamardi said. “We love this store. We love Gino,” customer Alex said....
    Nevada workers who lost jobs to COVID-19 roll dice on plan to get them back 5 Items That Are Making Your Grocery Bill Skyrocket Transfer VHS Tapes, Film, and Photos to Digital Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/8 SLIDES © PR Image Factory/Shutterstock.com Here's the exact 7-step system I used to cut my grocery bill in half and save money on food I used to spend $800 to $1,000 a month on food for my family of four in Los Angeles, California. But now that I'm more thoughtful about how I plan and buy groceries, I've cut my grocery spending in half. Now, I pay more like $400 a month for my family's food. Reducing my spending comes down to a seven-step strategy, starting with stockpiling my staples, creating extra...
    A YOUNG woman who has to have her arms and legs cut open to relieve her from agonising pain gets harassed by people who believe she self-harms. Charlotte Evans, a student from Downderry, has her limbs cut in order to relieve tension in her muscles. 4Charlotte's illness began when she was 12Credit: BPM Media 4The swelling leaves Charlotte with bruising and swelling on her limbsCredit: BPM Media Her illness began when she was 12 after she found a blue lump on her hip and spent the day out of school. "Mum called the out of hours doctor and he said I might be internal bleeding and told her to call an ambulance," she told Plymouth Herald. "I was admitted into hospital and spent three weeks there. "They told me they had no idea why it happened but it would never happen again - boy were they wrong." Within weeks, Charlotte...
    On Thursday’s broadcast of the Fox Business Network’s “Mornings with Maria,” President Donald Trump vowed that he will cut the capital gains tax rate down to 15% in his second term. Trump said, “Well, I’ve done the payroll tax cut — you know, this is a temporary payroll tax cut, but this is a very substantial, positive jolt to the economy. I’m going to do a capital gains tax cut to 15% in second term. We’re going to get it down to 15. It’s at 21. We’ll get that down to 15%. And I’ll get that done easily. We’re going to take the House.” Follow Ian Hanchett on Twitter @IanHanchett
    When respiratory therapist Julie Sullivan, 46, left her home state of Texas this spring to help out embattled NYU Langone Hospital in Brooklyn, N.Y., at the height of New York City's coronavirus crisis, she was told to make her N95 mask last for seven days. “Mine broke on day three,” she told Fox News in a recent interview. “I had to staple the strap; it cut my face where the staple was used.” TEXAS NOT REPORTING 'PROBABLE' CORONAVIRUS CASES: REPORT She used the mask for days until she could beg for another one, as N95s are normally intended for a single use. “I just tried not to think about it. I trusted that I was where I needed to be, and doing what I needed to do and I tried to just keep my faith that I would be protected,” Sullivan, who is also a spokesperson for the Allergy & Asthma Network, said. “Somehow none of us got sick,” Sullivan said...
    Ohio Rep. Jim Jordan condemned Democrats on the House Judiciary Committee for what became a pattern of asking questions of Attorney General William Barr only to interrupt and not allow him to answer. Jordan, the top Republican on the panel, noted hours into the hearing that Democratic members had repeatedly cut off Barr while shouting that they were "reclaiming my time." He asked why Democrats even invited Barr to testify if they were not going to allow him to fully answer their queries. "I don't think we've ever had a hearing where the witness wasn't allowed to respond to points made, questions asked, and attacks made. Not just in this hearing, not just in this committee, but in every committee I've been on," Jordan said. "Particularly when you think about the fact that we have the attorney general of the United States here." He added: "I want the attorney...
    What percentage of income should I save? Ford Tourneo Connect, Transit Connect Active Models Show (Some) Camper Van Potential After My Mom Got Cancer, She Embraced a New Haircut © *Photoillustration: Bella Geraci. Source Imagery: Getty* This is part of Thank You Notes, a series of letters offering gratitude to the people and things that inspire us most. Like many others, Allure has spent this summer looking inward — the place from where, as the saying goes, beauty springs. What we found was pain, love, humor, and powerful gratitude, for the people we know and the world we live in. Then we wrote. To Mom, I remember watching Days of Our Lives together on my "sick day" afternoons. We’d cuddle in the den on the fuzzy sectional watching Bo and Hope’s romantic travails, as you patiently let me brush and pin curl your short, fine hair. In the ‘80s,...
    DEAR HARRIETTE: What do you do when you hurt the one you love? Harriette Cole  I recently had a fight with my partner and lashed out at him in a way that deeply hurt his feelings. I feel incredibly guilty, but I know that won’t do anything to help the situation. What can I do now that I’ve acknowledged that I was wrong and said I’m sorry? He is obviously still very upset. How do I approach him during this time, given that we live together and I’d like to do my best to make him feel better? Making Up DEAR MAKING UP: Sometimes things have to run their course. You may need to give your partner his space for a while. He may need time to get past the sting of the argument and all that occurred in the midst of it. You can call a “family meeting” and...
    Dear Amy: My husband and I have been married for 18 years. We have a good marriage. This is a second marriage for us both, and we have weathered the storms with our blended family successfully. Columnist Amy Dickinson (Bill Hogan/Chicago Tribune)  We are political opposites and have lively disagreements, but we can always agree to disagree without rancor. Our friends and family can’t always seem to do likewise. A high school friend recently texted me that my husband’s Facebook posts about politics were so annoying she was considering unfriending him. I did not know how to respond. What could I have said? Stymied Related Articles Ask Amy: I was happy with my life, and then my husband showed up Ask Amy: My undisciplined husband says I’m the one who needs fixing Ask Amy: He has turned his rudeness on my 2-year-old daughter ...
    Igor Derysh July 23, 2020 10:20PM (UTC) Protesters marched to the Washington home of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., on Wednesday to call for an extension of federal pandemic unemployment benefits before they expire next week. The protesters were accompanied by a caravan of supporters, including a band on a trailer with a banner reading, "Mitch better have my money," which is a play on the Rihanna song "B*tch Better Have My Money." : "What has helped millions of people survive — just barely survive — has been this pandemic unemployment insurance of $600 a week," Ana Maria Archila, one of the protest organizers, told WJLA. "It is all of our money. They should be giving it to people to survive instead of giving it to corporations that don't need it." The protest was held as Republicans and the White House push to slash the benefit to less than $200 per...
    What lengths will people go to now we are legally allowed to have our hair cut? Suzanne Baum opts for the cream of the crop as the first journalist in at the salon! My lockdown locks have come to a sharp end. 140 days, 19 WEEKS, almost FIVE MONTHS and they are finally face-to-face with a pair of hairdressing scissors in the hands of the expert who is about to cut to the chase in giving me the most memorable haircut of my life. 10Suzanne Baum got up at 3.30am to have her hair done todayCredit: Suzanne Baum This may sound a tad dramatic but as someone who is used to having a monthly cut and colour, and a weekly blow-dry, my hair is in fact my crowning glory. And once the salons were forced to shut their doors on March 23 – I, along with everyone else, had no...
    Citing racial bias, San Francisco will end mug shots release Pizza Huts largest U.S. franchisee files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy Im a working mom who had to take a salary cut after my company changed its work-from-home policy. Mandatory on-site work is especially damaging to mothers — lets put it behind us for good. © Business Insider Business Insider © Provided by Business Insider Megan Feldman. Megan Feldman Megan Feldman is an award-winning author, keynote speaker, marketing content consultant, and working mom.  After having her second child, Feldman was preparing to return to full-time work when her manager told her she'd no longer be able to work from home one day each week, as she'd been doing for four years. Feldman decided to switch to a four-day schedule to be able to balance her career with time with her children, but the move cost her most of her...
    A GRANDMOTHER was forced to have half of her nose cut off after a “pin prick spot” turned out to be skin cancer. Sun seeking Tracey Stapleford Dengate spent years wearing no sunscreen while lapping up the rays. 5Tracey spent years sunbathing without wearing any sun protection Credit: Mercury Press The 59-year-old from New South Wales, Australia noticed a spot on her face and was told she had developed a rare form of skin cancer. Tracey was first diagnosed with Basal Cell Cardinoma when she was just 33-years-old and despite having various surgeries to remove the cancers, she admits she continued to sunbathe without using protection. The mum-of-three has now had 14 surgeries in total. She was forced to have part of her nose and lip removed in a bid to give her the all clear. 5Before all of her operations Tracey said she liked the way she had looked...
    Dear Moneyist, My son told me that I’ve amounted to nothing and he doesn’t want anything to do with me. He has nothing to do with me or my side of the family. Do I have to leave my son anything when I die? Should I cut him out of my will? I live in the state of Virginia. Disappointed Father Dear Disappointed, What he doesn’t need, he won’t miss. And what doesn’t belong to him, he can’t hope to have. And you can’t expect those you disparage in life to remember you upon their death. Except you will remember him, because we never forget those we love — and, although it is painful, we sometimes remember those who have hurt us, too. It was difficult to read your letter, as short as it is. Of course, any unresolved issues are between you and him. But people are too...
    A senior State Department official submitted her letter of resignation Thursday, condemning President Donald Trump’s response to recent protests against racial inequality and police brutality. “Moments of upheaval can change you, shift the trajectory of your life, and mold your character. The President’s comments and actions surrounding racial injustice and Black Americans cut sharply against my core values and convictions,” Mary Elizabeth Taylor, assistant secretary of state for legislative affairs, wrote in a letter obtained by The Washington Post. Taylor, who served in Trump’s administration since he took office, was one of the highest ranking African-American officials in the administration. Not only was she the first black woman to assume the role, but she was also the youngest assistant secretary of state for legislative affairs in history. (RELATED: President Trump Delays Oklahoma Rally Out Of Respect For Juneteenth Holiday) Before her tenure at the State Department Taylor served as the...
    Dear Amy: My husband and I have a 7-year-old grandson that his mother has been dressing as a girl. His mother refers to him as a “her” and uses a girl’s name. Columnist Amy Dickinson (Bill Hogan/Chicago Tribune)  She also wants the school to refer to him as a her (he has been having outbursts at school). My son shares custody with his ex. The child’s mother feels she is doing what is right for him and argues with any other suggestions. My grandson has seen a court-appointed therapist to make a decision on his gender issues because when he is at my son’s house or our house, he immediately changes clothes and gets upset if anyone sees him wearing girl’s clothes. We have told him that if he doesn’t want to wear girl’s clothes at his mother’s, he must tell her. He says he wants to wear girl’s clothes,...
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