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    (CNN)Seara Adair, a mother of two young daughters from Atlanta, revealed in a TikTok video last year that she was sexually abused by a family member as a child. In the next few weeks, her follower count grew by tens of thousands, many of whom appeared to be minors.After that, she started using the popular short-form video app to educate her followers about various digital dangers. She posted about the risks of being approached by strangers online and the problematic content found hidden in the deep corners of TikTok and other platforms."Minors started tagging me in posts or sharing things they'd come across that made them scared," Adair, who now has 350,000 TikTok followers, told CNN Business. "They'd say, 'Hey, I came across this. What do I do? Can you do something?'"In one example, a young follower informed Adair of an alleged practice on TikTok in which minors and adults can post explicit videos privately on their accounts' "Only Me" feed, where it can then be accessed by anyone with a shared password. (A TikTok spokesperson told CNN Business it...
    AURORA, Colo. (CBS4)– There were plenty of smiles at the Stanley Marketplace in Aurora this week. Photographers offered their services for free for some graduating high school seniors. (credit: CBS) The students are from New Legacy High School and are also parents. Willy Wilson with Life Unstill Photography started the tradition a few years ago. (credit: CBS) “When you are trying to raise a kid, go to school and diapering, and trying to pay rent and make ends meet, that stuff isn’t on the table, so we are trying to create a normal and fun experience for kids,” said Wilson. (credit: CBS) Wilson said she used to plead with other photographers to take part in the event. Now, she has plenty of help.
    BRIAN Laundrie's parents will not be given the notebook found by his remains if their bid to get access to his estate is successful, the family's lawyer has said. Chris and Roberta Laundrie placed a petition in Sarasota County court last month to be granted access to the 23-year-old's belongings, which includes two bank accounts containing $20,000, according to the filing. 3Laundrie was pictured with notebooks as he traveled with Gabby 3Pictured, Robert and Chris LaundrieCredit: Rex Yet the items taken by the FBI and cops linked to the investigation will not be included, attorney Steve Bertolino said. "The petition is simply to administer his estate, which is primarily the bank account," Bertolino told Fox News. "The return of property by law enforcement is separate." The public had hoped that the contents of the notebooks could shed some light on the final weeks before the 23-year-old died by suicide in Myakkahatchee Creek Environmental Reserve, Florida. Laundrie was pictured with notebooks while traveling with fiancee Gabby Petito. In one photo, Brian was tucked under some blankets next to a stream...
    BRIAN Laundrie's parents started the legal process to gain access to their son's estate, which includes things like his bank account. As the 23-year-old didn't have a will, Chris and Roberta Laundrie have had to go through the courts in a technical but common procedure to make this happen. 3Chris and Roberta Laundrie filed a petition in Sarasota County, Florida court to get their son's remains so they can be crematedCredit: Rex Features 3Brian Laundrie's remains were found on October 20 and his autopsy revealed he died by a self-inflicted gunshot woundCredit: Social Media - Refer to source In Florida, estates valued at less than $75,000 require a "Petition for Summary Administration," which the Laundries filed in Sarasota County court Wednesday. "This would be entirely typical for parents to file when their teenage or young-adult child dies since they usually do not possess a lot of property," University of Florida Levin College of Law Professor Danaya Wright told The Sun in an email.  Brian was 23 and lived with his parents in North Port at the time of...
    A furious mother and father have accused the US of 'trying to bury' their Marine son after he was incarcerated for blasting Joe Biden's Afghanistan withdrawal.   On Wednesday night Stuart Scheller's father Stu Sr and mother Cathy told Tucker Carlson they were shocked and angry at his fate after he was taken into pre-trial confinement on Monday over his social media posts.  'He's been in prison since Monday,' the father said.  'We talked to him for two minutes on Monday. 'He gave us two messages. He said call my attorney. We did. He said tell everyone. So we appreciate you having us on. 'We appreciate you allowing us to reach out to your listeners, because this story is outrageous and it needs to be told.' The Ohio-based businessman told Carlson that his son's only crime was 'speaking truth to power - and power couldn't handle it.' He said that his son knew what he was doing when he repeatedly violated military orders not to use social media, following his explosive initial post.  Stuart Scheller Sr and his wife Cathy on...
    One of the mantras of the anti-mask, anti-vaxxer right wing’s approach to the coronavirus pandemic is that they’re not going to live in fear. (Except of masks and vaccines and whatever it is they’re arming themselves against with all those guns.) COVID-19 rates are rising? Whatever, they’re not going to live in fear. The virus is spreading among children? That’s life. In many cases, this is purely partisan, the current most powerful expression of Republican identity, the 2021 equivalent of 2016’s “F#ck your feelings” shirt and “Lock her up” chant. In other cases, it’s coming from people who have long had to accept that society does not value their safety, on the job or in neighborhoods rendered unsafe by pollution or deteriorated infrastructure. To them, COVID-19 doesn’t necessarily look so different from the dangers they’ve always faced without anyone pretending to care. But there’s also a fairly steady stream of high-profile tut-tutting by prominent media figures explaining that, sure, COVID-19 is dangerous and vaccination is important but really it’s more cautious people who deserve a scolding. This week brought us David Leonhardt’s...
    Pete Buttigieg announced on Tuesday that he and husband Chasten are now parents as they complete a year-long adoption process.  'For some time, Chasten and I have wanted to grow our family,' the Transportation secretary tweeted. 'We're overjoyed to share that we've become parents!' 'The process isn't done yet and we're thankful for the love, support, and respect for our privacy that has been offered to us. We can't wait to share more soon,' Buttigieg continued. The couple has previously shared their desire to adopt and be parents. Chasten told the Washington Post in a feature piece on his life in Washington, D.C. last month that he and Buttigieg have been trying to adopt for a year.  Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg (right) announced on Tuesday that he and husband Chasten are becoming fathers as they finish up the adoption process Buttigieg made the announcement on Twitter and Instagram on Tuesday, saying: 'We're overjoyed to share that we've become parents!' The two were going through the rigorous adoption process, including home studies and parenting workshops. They were on a list...
    The critical race theory (CRT) fight in Virginia is getting personal as "woke" parents and teachers have started directly attacking critics of the controversial movement, including by threatening lawsuits.  Ian Prior, executive director of Fight for Schools PAC and a Loudon County parent, recently received a cease-and-desist order from a fellow parent trying to silence him for speaking out against CRT by threatening legal action. The cease-and-desist letter, reviewed by Fox News, accuses Prior of "misrepresenting" in a Tweet the parent's comment on a post in a private Facebook group titled the "Anti-Racist Parents of Loudoun County." The post in question was calling for volunteers to gather information about anti-CRT parents in the community. On Twitter, Prior said that his name was being added to a "targeting campaign" that was "soliciting illegal activities" by members of the anti-racist parents group. An attorney representing the Loudoun County parent wrote in the letter that the intent of the post was not to "harass or threaten" anyone. Instead, the goal was to compile information on anti-CRT parents so that members of the group...
    Diapers and daycare: How lawmakers are trying to help parents through the pandemic
    U.S. military jet crashes after mid-air collision Why Regional Supermarket Wegmans is the Best in the Country ‘Schoolcations’ are trying to lure parents who have had it with remote learning With elementary and high school around the world attending school virtually this fall, hotels are selling an unlikely travel opportunity — the "schoolcation." © Provided by CNBC The Covid-19 pandemic has paradoxically created new travel opportunities for families with kids who needn't report to school this fall. Families are being enticed from their homes by hotels promising a change of scenery alongside tutoring, round-the-clock tech help and after-school activities that are more fun than what's available back home.  Relieving parents of tech dutiesKimpton Hotels is tackling one of the most teeth-gnashing roles parents have undertaken since many schools shuttered this spring — the job of unpaid tech-support staff.  "In hearing from parents, one of the biggest pain points with virtual learning is getting their kids signed in and online — especially for those who have young children — while managing their own workload and meetings," said Kathleen Reidenbach, Kimpton's chief commercial...
    ALL parents have sang, rocked and walked their kids while trying to get them to drop off, sometimes with little success.  After recently welcoming a new baby girl, one exhausted dad shared his simple tip which helps babies fall asleep instantly - and parents are raving about it after trying it.  4A new dad shared his simple tip to get babies to sleep instantly Dad Austin Miles Geter, from Dallas, shared a clip on Facebook of him trying to soothe his newborn, Charlie, to sleep.  He captioned it: “This trick actually worked really well. She was OUT.”  The clip shows him rocking Charlie, dressed in adorable pink babygrow, as he shares the life-changing hack.  Austin says: “So here we are, she keeps crying because I keep having to change positions but I know she’s sleepy. 4Austin revealed rubbing babies eyebrows helps soothe them to sleep “But I heard if you gently rub their eyebrows they go to sleep. So I’m going to try it.”  Seconds after rubbing her eyebrows, Charlie’s eyelids begin to droop, and she nods off almost instantly.  Austin...
    Nasdaq hits record high Mondays open as stock market buoyed by coronavirus vaccine hope View 2021 Chevrolet Trailblazer RS Photos Disappearing day care slots are hitting parents trying to get back to work Parents with jobs know they have dodged one bullet of the economic fallout of the coronavirus pandemic -- they still have paychecks coming in, unlike 40 million unemployed Americans. © CNN Daycare operator Cheryl Lekousi cleans a toy car she now only allows one child to climb into. But with schools and day cares closed, they're having to cut or change shifts to look after children while still getting the work done. Eve Johnston, a nurse in Framingham, Massachusetts, used to have the scheduling sorted. Her younger son would go to day care five days a week while her older child was in kindergarten and then afterschool care. "We had everything working just right," she told CNN. But with the children at home, she's been trying to get weekend and night shifts so one parent is always home. Her husband finds...
    A Tennessee dog becomes Fourth of July hero, helps alert owner to a house fire next door As Black buying power grows, racial profiling by retailers remains persistent problem Claudia Conway Says Her Parents Are Trying to Silence Her © Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images Just a few days after making headlines for her anti-Trump TikTok videos, Claudia Conway is speaking out on social media again — this time, about her parents, Kellyanne and George Conway. The Twitter dialogue began when George wrote on July 3, “To journalists: @kellyannepolls and I do not consent to any communications between you and any of our minor children, including our daughter Claudia. So desist. Thank you.” https://twitter.com/gtconway3d/status/1279112901538840576 In a series of now-unavailable tweets that were reported by Complex, the 15-year-old responded, writing: “You’re just mad that I’m finally getting my voice heard. Sorry your marriage failed.” Claudia, whose mother Kellyanne worked as Donald Trump’s campaign manager and now serves as a counselor to the president, went on from there. She reportedly posted a handful of subsequent tweets such as “bahah I’m not angry, I’m...
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