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    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — What would you do with a million dollars? That’s the question people in south Sacramento were asked as part of a new city pilot project. Neighbors got together for an economic experiment in Sacramento. READ MORE: 'I Cannot Safely Return To Work': West Campus Vice Principal Dr. Elysse Versher Resigns, Citing History Of Racial And Sexual Harassment“It’s really about bringing government closer to the people,” said City Councilmember Mai Vang. It’s called participatory budgeting — giving back the power of the purse to the community. “I’m an average everyday person and I think that’s who you’re supposed to ask,” said Kai Boone who loves in the Meadowview neighborhood. For the first time, Sacramento city leaders have set aside a pot of $1 million in taxpayer money for the community to spend. “It’s a very good idea,” said Sacramento resident Larry Harris. “You should always include the people that are going to be affected.” “We want to take an innovated approach, go into the community, hear from them,” Vang said. So what are people’s priorities for city spending?...
    Getty In this handout photo provided by the Washington County Sheriff’s Office, former television personality on "19 Kids And Counting" Josh Duggar poses for a booking photo after his arrest April 29, 2021 in Fayetteville, Arkansas. Federal prosecutors want former “19 Kids and Counting” star Josh Duggar to spend 20 years in prison after he was found guilty of child pornography possession charges, court documents obtained by Heavy show. Duggar and his family starred on the TLC reality show from 2008 to 2015 and he has been at the center of several controversies before his conviction in December 2021. The 20-year sentence requested by prosecutors is the maximum Duggar could face when he is sentenced on May 25, 2022, in Arkansas federal court, according to federal sentencing guidelines. A judge will determine his sentence. The charges technically carry the potential of up to life in prison. Along with their written recommendations, prosecutors and Duggar’s attorneys will present arguments and witnesses during a hearing on May 25. Duggar’s attorneys have also filed court documents requesting a lesser sentence...
    A CASUAL poolside date turned into a race to escape when one woman's "ugly" date turned out to be a catfish – and chased after her when she realized she'd been tricked and tried to leave. The woman, whose identity The Sun has chosen to protect, recorded a video of the man following her through the hotel where they'd held their first meeting at a rooftop pool. 4The man followed his date into the elevator when she tried to leaveCredit: TikTok 4He accused her of being immature for leaving without a satisfactory explanationCredit: TikTok When they met in person, he didn't look anything like his online photos, leading the woman to feel she was "catfished by an ugly man." She didn't confront him about the mismatch between his photos and his real face. "I didn’t want him to get aggressive," she explained. Instead, she just decided to leave the date, but when he began to chase her down the hotel hallway she started recording a video, which she later posted to TikTok. Read more about dating disastersCOULDN'T MAKE IT...
      Sixteen Democrats and two Republicans in the Georgia State Senate filed legislation this week that would, if enacted into law, allow political candidates to use campaign funds on childcare and other caregiving expenses. Senator Nikki Merritt (D-Grayson) is the primary sponsor of the bill, SB 523. On Thursday she did not return The Georgia Star News’ requests for comment. According to the language of the bill, “caregiving services” means direct care, protection, and supervision of a child or other person with a disability or medical condition for whom a candidate has direct caregiving responsibility. Only two of the bill’s 18 sponsors made themselves available to speak Thursday. One, Senator Nan Orrock (D-Atlanta), said childcare is a necessary campaign expense. “All sorts of staffing are met by these campaign expenditures,” Orrock said. “You hire people to do this. You hire people to do that. You have people put up signs. You hire people to make phone calls. You can also hire a driver.” Senator Emanuel Jones (D-Decatur), meanwhile, said this bill applies to women as well as men and is...
    As we enter into the final few weeks of 2021 and a new year, I can't help but feel an underlying sense of anxiety and hesitation about what 2022 could possibly bring us. I am not trying to sound like The Grinch but I, like most of you, remember the excitement and jubilation of New Year's 2020 as we were entering a new decade, 'the roaring twenties' if you will. My husband and I were heavily tipsy on a rooftop in Barcelona, Spain watching fireworks and I remember feeling blissfully happy and full of anticipation and optimism for the new decade. We all know what happened next, and for that matter, what has happened in the two years that followed. I don't need to tell any of you how much has changed for all of us. My daughter is 14-months-old and I am dreading her turning two-year-old because I have no idea how I could keep a mask on a child for an extended period of time. She can barely keep a headband on her head. I also don't want...
    BOSTON (CBS) — “Help is here,” said President Joe Biden back in March as he celebrated the approval of billions in aid to states to help repair the pandemic’s social and economic damage. But it took the Massachusetts House and Senate months to come up with their own spending plans, which still haven’t been finalized. READ MORE: Brigham And Women's Hospital Creates Program To Help Long COVID PatientsWhat took so long? READ MORE: Black Lives Matter Mural Vandalized At Somerville Hair SalonHere’s one answer – they had to lard the bill with local spending unrelated to the stated goals of the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA). For example: Riverbend Park in Cambridge is a nice spot, but its use and enjoyment does not depend on spending $25,000 for a marker commemorating the long-ago designers of the area, which the House bill does. The Senate version spends freely on restoring obscure historic buildings in out-of-the-way spots, like $75,000 for the Wilder Homestead in Buckland, $40,000 for the Jenkes Store in Douglas, and $50,000 to spruce up a gazebo in...
    Alabama has the highest death rate from COVID-19 in the United States. As of Sept. 29, 2021, a total 692,737 Americans have died of the virus. Alabama has had the ninth-highest rate of COVID-19 infections, with more than 16,000 for every 100,000 citizens. Alabama has had around 289 of every 100,000 residents die of the 2019 novel coronavirus. During the most recent surge of the pandemic, led by the spread of the delta variant, Alabama is averaging almost 100 deaths per day from the virus. The Heart of Dixie also has the dubious distinction of having the fifth-lowest vaccination rate in the country at 42%.   Republican Gov. Kay Ivey of Alabama is overseeing the decimation of her state during a time of great trial and tribulation, but she knows what she will do with the Democratic-driven federal funds, passed through the legislature, to help fight the pandemic: she’s going to build prisons. On Monday, the Cotton State’s legislators and Gov. Ivey began talking about spending almost 20%—that’s $400 million—of its American Rescue Plan funds to build three large prisons and renovate a few others. ...
    Getty Barcelona midfielder Xavi Hernandez at the Camp Nou in 2011 Barcelona president Joan Laporta reportedly wants to bring in Ajax’s Netherlands international Ryan Gravenberch to the Camp Nou to be the club’s ‘new Xavi’ in midfield. The 19-year-old is already “considered one of the great stars of world football in the near future” and “has a similar profile” to the Barcelona legend, according to Ignasi Noguer at El Nacional. Laporta wants Gravenberch at Barca next season to play alongside Dutch teammate Frenkie de Jong and Pedri at the Camp Nou. Youngsters Gavi and Nico Gonzalez are also expected to play a bigger role in 2022-23. The report adds that Laporta talks regularly to Mino Raiola, Gravenberch’s agent, and the president is also a fan of the midfielder’s coach at Ajax, Erik ten Hag. Indeed Ten Hag is viewed as a potential replacement for Ronald Koeman should the 58-year-old leave his role as coach. Gravenberch’s current contract at Ajax expires in 2023 which means the Eredivisie side could be tempted to sell next summer if he does not...
    The push in Democratic cities to pay high-risk criminal offenders to refrain from committing violent crime speaks to "what a mess our culture is in," Trey Gowdy said on his show Sunday. The "Sunday Night in America" host devoted his monologue to the recent push in New York and San Francisco to financially reward young criminal offenders who have refrained from shooting others in what critics call a misguided effort to curb gun crimes. SAN FRANCISCO WILL PAY PEOPLE TO NOT SHOOT OTHERS "Occasionally, you hear or read something and think, ‘that can’t be right. Surely I must have read or heard that are wrong,’" Gowdy told viewers. "And that was precisely my reaction when I read San Francisco and New York were going to pay people not to shoot one another or otherwise commit violent crimes." Gowdy compared the initiative to a "version of blood money or extortion," arguing that officials are essentially paying criminals "to stay alive." "I just never thought government or any other noncriminal enterprise would actually encourage this kind of shakedown or extortion," he said. "Think about where we are as a country right now. Some progressives are advocating for cutting funding for...
    WICKER PARK — Tuesday is the last day for 1st Ward residents to submit ideas on how to spend $1 million in infrastructure funds.  The office of Ald. Daniel La Spata (1st) has spent the last several months collecting ideas via an online portal run by the University of Illinois Chicago. “We wanted to open up the process to the ideas and concepts that are coming out from our neighbors, and people have really leaned into it this time around,” La Spata said.  So far, almost 40 proposals have come in, including repaving the intersection at Division and Wood Streets, adding a sidewalk to Moorman Street and installing trash cans at various locations throughout the ward.  Others call for building more protected bike lanes and installing a left-turn signal on Augusta Boulevard when turning onto Ashland Avenue.   The funds will be distributed from the 1st Ward’s “menu money” that aldermen usually spend at their discretion to fund infrastructure projects. La Spata says participatory budgeting is a way to democratize that process, and in turn, learn about new projects....
    Young women are more likely to want to undergo cosmetic surgery if they spend hours scrolling through Instagram, a study has concluded.  Experts led from the University of Surrey surveyed 247 Italian women — each aged between 19–32 — about their engagement with Instagram and body dissatisfaction.  Next, each participant was shown one of four videos of Instagram images — with varying degrees of sexualisation — and their associated comments. Finally, the women completed follow-up questionnaires concerning their level of body dissatisfaction, mood and future cosmetic surgery intentions.  The team found that exposure to sexualised imagery from Instagram tended to increase the women's levels of body dissatisfaction. MailOnline has reached out to Instagram for comment. Young women are more likely to want to undergo cosmetic surgery if they spend hours scrolling through Instagram, a study has concluded Similar detrimental effects were not seen among those individuals who were only shown non-sexualised images. Comments, additionally, appeared to have no effect.  The research was conducted by social psychologist Francesca Guizzo of the University of Surrey and colleagues. 'This is an exciting study that brings...
    "The series of missions - known as Crew Health and Performance Exploration Analog - includes three one-year Mars surface simulations based at NASA's Johnson Space Center. The analogs will support research to develop methods and technologies to prevent and resolve potential problems on future human spaceflight missions to the Moon and Mars," according to NASA. The missions will involve four people living in a module where they will encounter various challenges simulating a mission on the Red Planet. "The analog is critical for testing solutions to meet the complex needs of living on the Martian surface," said Grace Douglas, lead scientist for NASA's Advanced Food Technology research effort at the Johnson Space Center located in Houston, Texas. "Simulations on Earth will help us understand and counter the physical and mental challenges astronauts will face before they go." NASA is calling for non-smoking applicants who are either American citizens or permanent residents proficient in the English language and between the ages of 30 and 55. NASA, which noted that compensation is available for taking part, also described various qualifications related...
    Judge asked to acknowledge girls trauma in Floyds murder Ind. Detective Who Died in the Line of Duty Was Ambushed Outside Federal Office, FBI Says The Magic said they “mutually agreed to part ways” with coach Steve Clifford. © Provided by NBC Sports Which is sometimes just code for firing while granting more dignity publicly. But Clifford sounds like he was truly on board with departing. Clifford, via Mike Bianchi of the Orlando Sentinel: “This was not some disjointed departure where we didn’t like each other,” Clifford said. “I got along well with Jeff and John. I feel very comfortable in saying Jeff, John and I worked well together and that we had a good relationship. This was more of what Jeff said when he talked about ‘alignment.’ That’s what it was about. Our goals did not align. I just didn’t want to spend another year …” And his voice trails off. Losing. Clifford probably meant “losing.” Or maybe precisely, he meant “not trying to win.” The Magic traded most of their best players – Nikola Vucevic, Aaron Gordon,...
    A MUM has relived the incredible moment she won £50 million on the lottery – after initially believing she had scooped £50,000. The hardworking nurse hasn’t let her record breaking win go to her head and says she enjoys splashing her cash on small luxuries – and has kept going into work. 2The women scooped the huge prize in Australia's Powerball lotteryCredit: The Lott The Australian woman, who is in her 40s, has been speaking after her win in the country’s Powerball lottery Being able to buy unexpected luxuries has brightened up her life the most, she revealed, 9 News reports. "I love books and to be able to go into a bookshop and buy whatever book I want is amazing,” said the woman from Sydney, who’s chosen to remain anonymous. “It's things like that that I don't take for granted. Being able to buy fresh flowers is a luxury. That's a lovely thing to do. "I can buy a nicer bottle of wine now, after celebrating with a cheap bottle of chardonnay. "And having the ability to travel with...
    Selling Sunset star Christine Quinn and more celebrity bodies after baby Dow up over 100 points and tech stocks up 1% Friday as May jobs report invokes bullish ‘Goldilocks’ scenario A Duke home game is already among the toughest to get in all of college basketball. Now that coach Mike Krzyzewski has announced the coming season will be his last on the Blue Devils’ bench, fans can plan to shell out even more to get into Cameron Indoor Stadium, according to industry analysis. Duke’s Coach K is retiring USA TODAY SPORTS See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL What to watch next Tobias Harris condemns 76ers fan for incident with Russell Westbrook USA TODAY SPORTS Squandering MLBs biggest stars? Why the Angels continue to struggle despite having big names USA TODAY SPORTS Power outage? Breaking down what’s wrong with MLB hitters | Sports Seriously USA TODAY SPORTS Why top basketball prospects will still consider NCAA over paid leagues USA TODAY SPORTS Wizards Russell Westbrook has popcorn dumped on...
    Thirty-five percent of registered voters are unwilling to spend even $1 a month out of pocket to mitigate climate change, according to a new national poll released by the Competitive Enterprise Institute (CEI). Fifty percent were unwilling to spend more than $10 out of pocket monthly in order to combat climate change, with only 15% saying they were willing to spend up to $10 of their own money on climate change policies. Other results concerning climate change in the poll included: While 67% of respondents are either somewhat concerned or very concerned about climate change, when asked if it was a factor in their vote in the election last year, 53% of respondents said no. Only 6% of respondents said it was the top issue they considered when voting in the 2020 election. Fifty-three percent of respondents said they would be somewhat or very unlikely to spend extra money to replace a gas-powered car with an electric vehicle. Only 25% said they would be very or somehat likely to do so, while 17% were neutral on the subject. When asked...
    Large swaths of Door County, Wisconsin — a narrow strip of peninsula that separates Green Bay from Lake Michigan and home to about 28,000 year-round residents — lacked reliable broadband access when the pandemic hit, a problem shared by millions of Americans across the country. "We got phone calls from senior citizens scared to death because they couldn't contact their health providers and could not do telemedicine," said Steve Jenkins, executive director of the county's Economic Development Corporation. Students couldn't participate in distance learning. And when more Americans took road trips to visit the county's six state parks and 54 public beaches last summer, their phones and tablets strained the cellphone service many relied on. "We have restaurants that basically can't process their credit cards because the bandwidth has been reduced," Jenkins said.   Restaurant owner Kim Jensen had to turn off internet access for customers to have payments go through. But she has a greater problem: Without reliable broadband, she can't recruit workers for her multiple locations for the busy tourism season.  According to the Federal Communications Commission,...
    U.S. President Joe Biden speaks as he announces executive actions on gun violence prevention in the Rose Garden at the White House in Washington, April 8, 2021.Kevin Lamarque | Reuters Americans broadly back the big-ticket spending proposals that have defined President Joe Biden's first 100 days in office, a variety of recent polls show. Surveys show many more Americans approve than disapprove of the $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief bill Biden signed into law in March — by far his most significant legislative victory to date. Polls also find Biden's $2 trillion infrastructure plan is already popular with majorities or pluralities of respondents. As he turns the page on his first 100 days on Thursday, Biden is now gearing up to unveil yet another massive spending package, this one aimed at addressing family-related issues. The White House has shared few details about that plan — but at least one poll shows a sizable majority of Americans already support it. Since taking over from former President Donald Trump in the midst of the pandemic, Biden has vowed to pursue swift and ambitious...
    MEGHAN Markle and Prince Harry “want proper time off” when their baby daughter is born, it is reported. The Sussexes are expecting the second child in the early summer, with Meghan planning a home birth at her luxury LA mansion, it’s reported. ???? Read our Meghan and Harry live blog for the latest news... AFP 5 Meghan Markle plans to give birth to her second baby, a girl, at the sprawling LA mansion she shares with Prince Harry and the couple’s firstborn, Archie The baby will be the first royal to be born in the US. Sources have told Vanity Fair that following the child’s birth the couple want to “take leave” and spend “proper time together as a family”. The magazine reports sources close to the couple claiming they plan to take paternity and maternity leave when their daughter is born. A friend said: “They will both take some proper time off. ‘TIME OFF’ “It will be the summer and they want to make sure they both take their leave so they have some real quality time together once the...
    NHL fights from the 2021 season A Look at the 24 Homes Owned by the British Royal Family Best & Worst Refi Mortgage Companies of 2021 Ad Microsoft Price Alert: These SUVs Are Now Only $19,000 (Deal Of The Day) Ad Microsoft 0% APR Until 2022 is 100% Insane Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/16 SLIDES © Jon Bilous / Shutterstock.com Many Americans spend the better part of their lives preparing for retirement. Even if it’s just routing a portion of every paycheck into a 401(k) or individual retirement account, you’re likely to spend almost all of your adulthood slowly building your nest egg so you can enjoy a comfortable retirement. However, with all of the focus on how fast you can put money into your savings, it’s possible that you’re overlooking the other side of the equation: how fast you’ll...
    If you reside in Dallas County, Texas, you have a chance to spend the night in what I think is the ultimate gamer’s paradise: a 7-Eleven complete with snacks, a Slurpee machine, and the hard-to-find PS5 available to use during your stay. Starting February 1st, residents who are 18 years or older will have the chance to spend $11 for one night in the utopia for gamers before it opens to the public. However, the rules are a bit strict as two gamers from the same household who book the experience through Airbnb’s website will have the chance to spend the night. Only two dates are available: February 26th and February 28th. During their stay, two lucky guests will have access to the store, which has a futuristic gaming aesthetic, and it is truly #gamingroomgoals. There’s a game pod that includes a big-screen TV, some comfy-looking furniture, and did I mention there was a PS5, too? Not only that, but guests will also have access to an exclusive one-hour streaming session on Twitch with FaZe Temperrr . ...
    I’m at a point in my life that I care about what I sleep in (and on). My sheets need to be soft and durable. My comforter should be breathable. My sleepwear should be comfortable (and not just a band t-shirt). 100% Washable Silk Pajama Set with Piping
    Dear Catey, My wife and I are 58. She will retire at 62 and I at 67. Our annual retirement income at 67 will be approximately $95,000 from Social Security, pensions and investments. We would like to find an affordable, friendly place to rent during the winter months, that is warm and as close as possible to the ocean in the good ‘ole United States of America. We plan to pay off our home in the Midwest in about six years. Grateful for no other debt. Ideally, the location would also be near stores, in restaurants and walkable. It cannot be on the West Coast. In the coming years, we’d like to visit locations to “test the waters.” Can you help with some recommendations for the future snowbirds? Thank you,G.A. Dear G.A., I get a number of letters from aspiring snowbirds, and frankly, escaping the cold months sounds like a plan to me (I write this as I’m bundled up in a sweater in chilly New York City and dreaming of a palm tree and umbrella drink). ...
    The U.S. began vaccinating the population against the coronavirus last week, but mass adoption is not a guarantee.  Nearly 4 in 10 Americans say they would "definitely" or "probably" not get a vaccine, according to a Pew Research Center survey of 12,648 U.S. adults from Nov. 18 to 29. While this is better than Pew results from September, which showed that nearly 50% of respondents were leaning toward not getting the vaccine, it still falls short of what is needed to adequately protect the country. To achieve herd immunity, about 70% of the population needs to be vaccinated or have natural antibodies, experts say.  Widespread mistrust could be a product of the fact that the Covid vaccine was researched and developed in just eight months, breaking the speed record of four years. Or it might have something to do with the fact that if anything goes wrong with the vaccine, the drugmakers that produced them — Pfizer, BioNTech and Moderna — have total immunity against lawsuits related to injuries resulting from the vaccine until 2024. Central to closing this trust...
    HEALTH Secretary Matt Hancock has urged Brits to "isolate now" in order to safely spend Christmas with grandparents and elderly relatives. Christmas is just ten days away and festive bubbles are allowed from December 23 for five days. ⚠️ Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates 4Matt Hancock last night explained that people should take precautions ahead of Christmas festivities Credit: Universal News & Sport (Scotland) Ministers and health experts alike have warned the public to heed caution when seeing family and friends over the Christmas period. Mr Hancock has advised that people stay vigilant in the run up to Christmas and experts previously stated that you should isolate for 10 days before spending the festive period with old or vulnerable relatives. The Health Secretary said: "If you are planning to meet up with loved ones at Christmas then being careful now, two weeks ahead and making sure you minimise the chance of catching the disease and passing it on is the right thing to do." He added: “The best thing you can do if...
    More than two-dozen GOP lawmakers want a special counsel to investigate 'election irregularities' — which do not exist. A group of 27 House Republicans have signed on to a letter urging Attorney General William Barr to appoint a special counsel to investigate "irregularities in the 2020 election" — a baseless claim to help excuse Donald Trump's "landslide" loss to President-elect Joe Biden. "The American people deserve a definitive resolution to the uncertainty hovering over the outcome of our election, but legitimate questions of voter fraud remain unanswered," reads a letter sent by Rep. Lance Gooden (R-LA) and signed by 26 others from the House GOP caucus. However, Barr already said there was no fraud.
    Saturday during an appearance on FNC’s “Justice,” Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) questioned why Democrats oppose any investigations into the integrity of the presidential election, despite their past efforts on the 2016 presidential election. The Ohio Republican congressman reminded Fox News viewers that Democrats dedicated for years to the “Russia hoax” but do not want to allow four weeks for an investigation into this year’s presidential election. “We need to investigate,” he said. “Look, the Democrats spent four years investigating the Russian hoax, but they don’t want to take four weeks investigating the integrity of this election when you have all these affidavits, you have all these concerns? You had this situation in Michigan where 6,000 votes went for Biden, but they were actually supposed to go for President Trump. So we need to investigate. I love your opening, Judge, because you asked so many ‘why’ questions. Any time you do an investigation — I’m involved with lots of investigations in the Congress. You always ask the why question because it gets to motive.” “Why didn’t Democrats want Republicans to observe...
    How Many Children Live In Poverty In Your State 2022 Nissan Frontier I Can't Believe This Social Security Bonus Was So Easy Ad Microsoft Americans Are Obsessed With New Blanket That Puts You To Sleep In Minutes Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/10 SLIDES © Courtesy Thanksgiving is traditionally a time for gatherings at home. You spend the day cooking the turkey, baking the pies, and watching football, then convene around the dining table with family and friends to express gratitude by way of overindulgence. But after eight months of sheltering at home—and making most of your own meals—why not let someone else do all the work for a change? Traveling for Thanksgiving doesn't mean giving up all of its treasured traditions. You can still have the all-American feast, play flag football, and do the turkey trot, but from a luxurious destination, be it snowy Aspen or tropical Maldives. Here are some of our favorite...
    Blake Shelton revealed he has the same mindset that most Americans have about 2020 at this point. Shelton claimed that 2020 has sucked for him during Monday’s appearance on “The Ellen Show,” according to Fox News. “2020 sucks and I refuse to spend another minute sober!” Shelton told Ellen DeGeneres on the show. Well, he is totally not wrong about that. I think most people would rather not spend a moment sober during these final months of 2020. It will just really suck if 2021 doesn’t really get any better. Shelton did concede that some good came out of this coronavirus quarantine this year. Shelton’s girlfriend Gwen Stefani got to spend some time at his ranch in Oklahoma. “[Gwen] got to be there and actually see it from pretty much winter to spring to summer and see some seasons change,” Shelton told DeGeneres. Unfortunately, Shelton was getting ready to go on tour when the coronavirus pandemic took over the United States. “We canceled my tour on March 12, like literally as we were building the stage for the production for...
    The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air’s first episode aired 30 years ago this month, and to celebrate the milestone, Airbnb is allowing people to spend the night in the same mansion used in the popular 90s sitcom — but only if you are a resident in Los Angeles County. Starting September 29th, residents will have the chance to spend $30 to spend one night in the freshest mansion in Los Angeles County with one additional person. Residents can select from one of five available dates: October 2nd, October 5th, October 8th, October 11th, and October 14th. In case you didn’t know already, I was born in the mid-90s, so even though I was very young when the show originally aired, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air was syndicated on a ton of TV channels. There was Carlton’s goofy dance, the snarkiness from the butler, Geoffrey, and let’s not forget that emotional scene Will Smith had with Uncle Phil when talking about his father (anyone else cry when they watch it?) During their stay, guests will have access to one specific wing...
    A good marriage requires good communication. But what if spouses open up to each other about their future only to discover that they disagree over their respective timing to retire?Anxiety sets in if only one half of a couple is ready to retire. Fears can spike if their clashing assumptions — and different needs — expose a deep rift. Skilled financial advisers know how to educate couples without overstepping any boundaries. It takes diplomacy and keen listening skills to offer wise counsel while not getting ensnared in marital squabbles. “They are delicate and complex issues, sometimes bringing up very difficult feelings on both sides,’ says James Lange, an adviser and attorney in Pittsburgh, Pa. Crafty spouses might even enlist the adviser to convince their mate to retire. For example, a workaholic refuses to call it quits, despite a massive nest egg. “Sometimes,” Lange adds, “couples could use a therapist in addition to a financial adviser on these matters.” Author of “The IRA and Retirement Plan Owner’s Guide to Beating the New Death Tax,” Lange works with many college professors...
    The woman who was sexually assaulted by Stanford University student Brock Turner in a high profile 2015 case has spoken out about her decision to reveal her identity, explaining that she came forward because she didn't want to spend the rest of her life 'shrinking'. For years, Chanel Miller, 28, from California, was known in legal proceedings as 'Emily Doe,' but revealed her identity last year.  She released her memoir, Know My Name in September 2019, in which she details the attack, the court case and her recovery. Chanel was 22 when she was sexually assaulted while unconscious by a then-19-year-old Turner in January 2015 outside a fraternity house on Stanford's California campus.  Turner was found guilty of sexually assaulting Miller in March 2016, but was only given a six-month prison sentence, and he ended up spending just three months behind bars.  Appearing on Lorraine today, she explained that while privacy is a 'huge luxury', revealing her identity helped her 'acknowledge the pain' she went through and admitted she didn't want the 'fear of attack or blame' hold her back from...
    Netflix have several wuxia or Chinese period films that can fill the void until "Mulan" is available to watch for free. Well Go USA Entertainment/China Film Group Corporation/Filmko Film Co/Giant Pictures/Sil-Metropole Organisation/Bona Film Group Business Insider Disney's live-action remake of "Mulan" is finally available to watch on Disney Plus, but you'll need to have subscription to the streaming service as well as pay $29.99 in order to access it. If you don't want to do that, you can wait until December — when the movie will be put on Disney Plus for free. Until then, we've come up with a list of action-packed movies you can watch on Netflix to fill the void of "Mulan" while you wait. Historical epics set in China such as "Shadow" or "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: Sword of Destiny" are available on the streaming service, as are female-led movies like "Furie," "The Princess and the Frog," and "The Grandmaster," Insider has many movie and TV show lists to keep you occupied. You can read them all here. Visit Insider's homepage for...
    More than 80% of Black Americans favor a police presence in their area equal to current levels or more, according to the findings of a Gallup poll released Wednesday. When asked if they wanted the police to spend more time, the same amount of time or less time in their neighborhoods, 61% of Black adults surveyed prefer the presence remain the same. The finding is similar to U.S. adults at 67% and White Americans, of which 71% preferred authorities spend the same amount of time in their area. Around 20% of Black people polled said they would like to see an increased police presence compared to 19% of respondents who favor the police spend less time in their area. Asian Americans were more likely to want less police presence in their neighborhoods with 28%, according to the findings. EX-ATLANTA COP ACCUSED OF KILLING RAYSHARD BROOKS SUES CITY, MAYOR OVER FIRING VideoThe web survey was conducted between June 23 and July 6 by the Gallup Center on Black Voices as protests continued to rage across the country against police brutality and racial injustice. Amid the demonstrations, calls...
    The majority of black Americans support police maintaining their current presence in their communities, a Gallup poll released Wednesday revealed. The Gallup panel, conducted June 23 – July 6, asked respondents, “Would you rather the police spend more time, the same amount of time or less time as they currently spend in your area?” Despite the narrative touted by proponents of the Black Lives Matter movement, which contends that minority communities desire to see less policing in their communities, 61 percent of black Americans indicated that they want police presence to remain the same. Another 20 percent said they want to see police officers spend “more” time in their communities, and 19 percent said “less.” Similarly, 59 percent of Hispanic Americans said they want police presence to remain the same, as do 63 percent of Asian Americans. Seventy-one percent of white Americans concurred. Notably, 24 percent of Hispanic Americans said they want to see officers spend “more time” in their area, versus 17 percent who said “less time.” More per Gallup: The survey also asked Americans to estimate how often...
    SAN ANTONIO – Editor’s Note: This “Money: It’s Personal” story is written using fictional characters to help younger audiences understand the money planning concept. This story is the third part of a back-to-school mini-series that will be airing on GMSA at 9 on Tuesdays until Aug. 11. Brad, who's 4, and his big brother, Ethan, who just turned 10, are learning about earning money with their dad, Danny.  The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has some tips to make it easier for Danny to talk about earning with his boys. When Danny talks to little Brad about earning, he can describe how he earns money as a lawyer. Danny can also speak to Brad about other jobs in their community when they're out running errands.  Danny can use phrases like "money is what we use to buy things," and "you can earn money by working." These phrases can help Danny describe how earning works in the real world. The father and son can practice counting money so that Brad can learn about the different types of bills and coins that exist. Now, since...
    Meghan Markle and Prince Harry aren't looking for a 'totally private life' and instead stepped back from the royal family to gain more control over 'what they spend their time on', according to a royal expert. The Duke, 35, and Duchess of Sussex, 38, officially quit their senior royal duties in March, and are currently living in LA with their son Archie, aged 14 months. However, the couple are not seeking a wholly private existence away from the limelight, claims royal author Victoria Murphy. Speaking to Town and Country, the commentator noted that Harry and Meghan still want a public life but with greater control over their time. Meghan Markle and Prince Harry (pictured in London, in March) aren't looking for a 'totally private life' and instead stepped back from the royal family to gain more control over 'what they spend their time on', according to a royal expert '[Harry and Meghan] have stepped back not in search of a totally private life but for a different kind of public life,' Victoria said.  'A public life where they can have more control over who gets access...
    Mike Perry put on a splendid performance at UFC on ESPN 12 as he defeated Mickey Gall in the co-main event of the night. The Welterweight was aching to silence all those who were “hating on him”. And he did a mighty good job of it! His powerful strikes and dominant takedowns helped him gain a simple decision victory. Even though many thought Gall would outshine Perry on the ground, Perry’s raw strength, coupled with a smooth technique, helped him overpower his opponent. Moreover, many believed that his decision to have his girlfriend play the role of corner-woman would backfire. Nevertheless, as soon as the victory bells sounded, Twitter exploded with fighters supporting Mike’s decision. Although these were many victories combined in one, ‘Platinum’ had another aching issue he wanted to get rid of. In the post-fight interview with Jon Anik, Perry brought up the issues he has with the Taxation Department. Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images Anik asked Perry what he looks forward to doing next. Anik replied, “I gotta pay some bills, pay some debts. I gotta go talk...
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