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    Seven or eight months ago, many Democratic strategists feared that the 2022 midterms would bring a massive red wave like the red waves that plagued President Bill Clinton in 1994 and President Barack Obama in 2010. But that was before the U.S. Supreme Court’s radical-right majority handed down its decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization and overturned Roe v. Wade after 49 years. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell still believes that Republicans are likely to “flip” the U.S. House of Representatives, but he considers the U.S. Senate a toss-up. In an article published by the conservative website The Bulwark on September 30, Rich Thau (president of the research firm Engagious and a moderator for the Swing Voter Project) and Susie Pieper (an Engagious intern and student at Haverford College in the Philadelphia suburbs) examine the effect that the abortion issue could have with swing voters in the 2022 midterms. The Dobbs decision, according to Thau and Pieper, definitely helps Democrats among swing voters. But the burning question is: How much? “An overwhelming majority of Americans oppose the...
    Dear Amy: I’m a middle-aged man. My sister who lives out of state and stays in touch with hometown friends connected me with one of her friends,  “Susan,” who needed help with a minor home repair. I did this for her, and we discussed a future flooring project. Due to her budget constraints I suggested that we could do the flooring job together (I was mildly interested in her). I thought that maybe I creeped her out, because I never heard from her again. Fast-forward two years. I connected with a woman on a dating app who is friends with both my sister and Susan. The new woman, “Jill,” told me on our first date that she and Susan are lifelong friends and that Susan had told her that she was in love with me from our first meeting, two years ago. All without me ever knowing! Related Articles Advice | Ask Amy: She berated me because my self-restraint makes her feel bad Advice | Ask Amy: My husband’s friends know what I did, and I’m afraid...
    When the possibly deranged dictator of a barbaric regime threatens a nuclear strike against the West, it is wise to take him seriously. That is what Vladimir Putin said yesterday, while announcing the mobilisation of 300,000 reservists to help shore up Russia’s flagging war in Ukraine. Threats of nuclear retaliation against the West have been issued in the past by Soviet and Russian leaders but never — not even at the height of the Cold War — has there been one as explicit as this. Putin declared: ‘We will use all available means to protect Russia and our people — this is not a bluff . . . I shall stress — by all means available to us. Those trying to blackmail us with nuclear weapons should know that the tables can turn on them.’ Truss insisted soaring energy bills are a 'price worth paying' to combat Vladimir Putin (pictured in Moscow today) In case there was any room for doubt, a former close adviser of Putin’s, Sergei Markov, filled in some details on yesterday’s Radio 4 Today programme when...
    A WOMAN saves $14 every day by using this cheap portable appliance to make her lunches at work, but other people think it’s gross. Allison Olson has gone viral on TikTok after showing off the electric lunch box she uses to make her lunches at work every day. 4Allison Olson went viral on TikTok after making chili hot dogs at her deskCredit: TikTok/macabre.sob 4Allison used her electric lunch box to create the mealCredit: TikTok/macabre.sob In her latest video, which has gained nearly 1million views, Allison cooks chili hot dogs at her desk. Allison takes the defrosted hot dogs and puts them in the lunch box, which is actually a three-in-one food heater, cooker and steamer with stainless steel bowls. She also scoops out chili from a can and uses a ramen packet to give it a “beefy flavor.” “Probably shouldn’t have dumped the whole packet, it’s gonna be too salty,” Allison wrote using the app’s onscreen text. READ MORE TIKTOK'SO STUPID' Teen Mom fans slam Kailyn for letting young sons watch 'inappropriate' videoSELLING OUT Amazon takes on TikTok by trialing...
    ALTHOUGH many women envy those with large chests, there are problems that come with it. Finding clothes that fit them properly is one. 3A woman named Amanda shared her tip for women with big boobsCredit: TikTok 3She discovered a tape that secured them in placeCredit: TikTok A curvy woman named Amanda, who goes by @plusplasticsx on TikTok, said she discovered a hack that made even her huge boobs look lifted. In the clip, she pulled out a product by the brand Voxshe called “Invisible Bra,” which you can buy on Amazon for $16. “I have never used this before, but another creator recommended it. I am nervous and excited all at the same time,” she began. She was wearing a hot pink open blazer with no bra or t-shirt underneath so that her cleavage was visible. READ MORE ON LIFE HACKSPACK IT IN I'm a packing expert and nearly every Brit makes these mistakes on holidaySPARKLING CLEAN I'm a cleaning guru - simple trick will have your floors looking like new Although the bra came with zero instructions, she gave...
    A SURVIVOR of the Columbine massacre says she was reduced to tears when her fourth-grader son asked "will this happen to me?" in the wake of an elementary school shooting in Texas that left 19 kids his age dead. Amy Over was just weeks away from graduation at Columbine High School in the April of 1999 when two fellow students, Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold, burst onto campus wielding an arsenal of weapons. 11Amy was 18-years-old and just weeks away from graduation at the time of the Columbine High School massacreCredit: Amy Over 11Amy is pictured with her three children, husband, and her niece. Mason Over is pictured standing in front of herCredit: Amy Over 11Amy was in the cafeteria of the school (above) when the gunfire startedCredit: Getty - Contributor Across a period of 49 horrifying minutes, Harris and Klebold would fatally gun down 12 students, one teacher, and injure more than 20 other people before taking their own lives in the school's library. The Columbine High School massacre, as it would become known, was at that time...
    After dragging my ass through the High Court for two years, which resulted in a humiliating loss for him and complete vindication for me, I genuinely intended to never talk about Johnny Depp again. I actually feel sorry for the former Hollywood icon who has become a pathetic excuse of a man. A human being with so much – all the money in the world, access to the most influential people, children who love him, fans who will stick with him through literally any form of documented and provably bad behaviour, including abuse of a female partner – has become consumed with an overwhelming and uncontrollable desire for revenge at any cost. Dan Wootton with Amber Heard. His reporting was backed by a November 2020 court ruling  Ruining his ex-wife Amber Heard is his goal, no matter how much it costs, how many lives it destroys and how much it taints his own reputation forever more. But after watching the vile court case develop in the US over the past couple of weeks, I feel morally compelled to speak out....
    DEAR ABBY: I have been married for 17 years with three great kids. My wife and I have struggled on and off during those 17 years. I often feel like maybe I don’t love her. We are complete opposites. I’m adventurous, daring and extroverted. She denies me sex a lot. This last time was for four months. During that time, I met someone who has the same adventurous spirit as I do. We have hung out and we text often. She’s currently getting a divorce. I’m falling for her and I have expressed it to her. She likes me, but she doesn’t want a relationship right now because she isn’t sure what she really wants. She’s also afraid we both won’t really leave our spouses if we start something. Related Articles Advice | Dear Abby: How do I tell my daughter she can’t see her best friend anymore? Advice | Dear Abby: He refuses to stop talking about his ex-wife Advice | Dear Abby: The gift I really liked was apparently a mistake, and...
    Let's face it , William and Kate’s Jamaican tour is a disaster. If this is the shape of things to come, one can only fear for the future of the monarchy itself.  You can see the chronicle of its death foretold in every moment from the Trench Town bongo-bashing to emeralds and apologies at the governor’s dinner in Kingston: the speeches are squirming, the dutiful set pieces are a cringe, the optics are bad.  White ultra-privileged royalty gamely watching the locals caper about and entertain them; later shaking the hands of Jamaicans corralled behind wire fencing? It’s all so last century. It’s all so over.  From 4,000 miles away, I am dying of embarrassment. For myself, for our country, for the Cambridges.  Since the Queen and Prince Philip made the same trip in 1953 — and even since their last visit in 2002 — everything has changed.  The world is a different place, while history itself is going through a boil wash of revisionism; one that finds the royals on the wrong side of the divide, down there at the...
    Dear Amy: A weird dilemma, perhaps, but recently someone in my church circle passed away. I’ve known her for most of my life and have always found ways to work with her. Amy Dickinson  However, she was quite consistently mean to me (and others). Honestly, I believe her attitude toward me taught me some good lessons in tolerance and basic compassion. Our church family is now enveloped in extended grief, mourning and text chains of prayers. I’m having trouble participating. Any advice? Not Bereft Dear Not: Take and be grateful for the lessons this person taught you during her life, express compassion and sympathy for those loved ones she left behind, but don’t mourn publicly unless you want to. Related Articles Ask Amy: I think they were cruel to send me texts about this event Ask Amy: We want to leave a huge tip without putting ourselves in the spotlight Ask Amy: My only granddaughter is drifting away. How can I keep her in my life? Ask Amy: I found out she told...
    A COUGAR has slammed back at online trolls who describe her videos as ''embarrassing''. The social media user, @jadestarpriv, who calls herself ''Your fav mommy'', regularly shares clips some people describe as ''hot''. 3The woman claims she often receives messages from younger menCredit: Tik Tok/@jadestarpriv But although the revealing videos have amassed her a notable following of almost 30,000, not everyone's become a fan, with some claiming they feel ''second-hand embarrassment'' and telling her it's time to accept she's ''getting old''. However, despite the critique, the Miami-based star keeps sharing explicit videos on adult sites and claims she doesn't mind men have posted her nudes online. ''I dont care, theyre all over the Internet at this point.'' FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED Jade Star Priv, who hasn't revealed her real name and age, also creates ''spicy'' content with younger men, one of whom is alleged to be her stepson's friend. ''So what?'' she could be heard singing in one of her viral TikTok videos, with a half-naked bloke in the background. ''Not...
    I knew that I was tempting fate when I reposted a meme on my Instagram Stories joking about dodging golf balls at a driving range.  That’s how I felt – having gone nearly three years into the pandemic without catching Covid. But then several weeks ago, my husband felt lightheaded and developed a bad cough.  We agreed to have him go downstairs to our guest room and isolate from me and our daughter until he could get a test. The fastest and easiest way to get a test in our area in Virginia is not to get an at-home rapid test – because there aren’t any - but to wait in line in the cold at a testing center. He went the next day and tested positive. Then I started to feel bad, but didn't have the bandwidth or energy to go wait in line.  Thankfully my sister-in-law had a leftover rapid test that she dropped off outside our house. After maneuvering the tricky at-home rapid test, I too tested positive. And with the bright pink, pregnancy-like test line staring back...
    WITH the 50 Shades of Grey trilogy being such a hit with fans, there is plenty of talk about sexual fetishes. One sex worker thought she knew all the kinkiest fetishes out there but there was one that left her surprised. 3Evie Jones is a sex worker and has revealed that men have been asked her for videos of her bloated bellyCredit: @littleeviejones/Tiktok Evie Jones, from Melbourne, Australia, has been very open on her TikTok on all things sex work - from what it’s like working in the industry, how she got into the industry and even some embarrassing stories and situations that her job has found herself in. But Evie has now revealed a new fetish that she has discovered, since she has been posting to TikTok. One afternoon, after eating slightly too much lunch, Evie posted some videos to her TikTok, showing off her bloated belly. But since she posted these videos, she has received numerous messages from people offering to pay her, for custom videos of her bloated belly. Evie revealed that she knows a lot of...
    MICHAEL CHANDLER wants to fight UFC superstar Conor McGregor... but only if he moves up to welterweight. McGregor, 33, is coming off the back of two defeats to Dustin Poirier at lightweight, the latest of which left him with a broken leg. 2McGregor has not fought since breaking his leg against Poirier in JulyCredit: Getty 2Chandler was recently beaten by Gaethje at UFC 268Credit: Getty The Irishman is continuing his recovery from the serious injury he suffered at UFC 264 and it is not yet clear who his next opponent will be. A fourth fight with Poirier has been muted by UFC boss Dana White, but nothing concrete has been announced. And now Chandler, who lost to Justin Gaethje at UFC 268, has thrown his hat into the ring in a bizarre social media post where he appeared to suggest he is big enough to fight McGregor at 170lbs. Speaking on Twitter, he said: "Riddle me this: Two welterweights were in the main event of #ufc268. "But two lightweights started the card. 72 hours removed from #ufc268, one of those...
    Security forces in Nicaragua have arrested scores of political, business and media figures opposed to long-time president Daniel Ortega, while there has been a violent crackdown on protests against his government. Ahead of elections in November — when Ortega will seek a fourth consecutive term — seven opposition presidential candidates have been taken in to custody on what are widely regarded as nebulous charges. Last month La Prensa, the nation's oldest and most prestigious newspaper, announced it could no longer print because of government action. Condemned by the U.S. and the EU, the opposition is, in effect, being 'eliminated', a spokesman for Brussels said this week, and Ortega has 'crushed any prospect of fair and free elections'.  Here Bianca Jagger calls for international action to save the country of her birth . . . On a riverbed in Honduras, facing a death squad armed with M16 assault rifles, I had a terrifying experience that changed the course of my life. I had travelled to Central American refugee camp La Virtud, four miles from the border with war-torn El Salvador, in...
    DEAR HARRIETTE: I am neighbors with this boy who is the same age as me. When we were little, we would ride our bikes around town, make lemonade stands, play soccer in the yard, and do what little kids would do. Harriette Cole  The issue is that we aren’t little kids anymore. My mom keeps pushing our friendship, but we are two different people in two different places in life. I don’t think our priorities and morals are the same. I feel obligated to be friends because of my mom and because he doesn’t have many friends, but I don’t think it’s fair to me. I’m busy with my own life, and I’m not sure if I’m being selfish by neglecting him. What do you think? What should I do? Boy Next Door DEAR BOY NEXT DOOR: Kindness goes a long way. While you do not need to be close friends with this boy, it would be nice of you to maintain a rapport with him. Without disrupting your burgeoning social life, consider carving out time intermittently to check...
    A WOMAN has accused her ex-partner of ‘abuse’ after he stopped funding her lavish lifestyle when they broke up. Taking to social media, she asked whether she had grounds to sue her ex after he ignored her calls when she came to him asking for money, claiming she “never asked for this lifestyle.” 2A woman has been branded 'ridiculous' after claiming her ex partner is abusing her for refusing to pay her rentCredit: Getty 2She claimed that she never asked to be this lavish She wrote: “So he upgrades my life. I didn’t ask him to, he was in love.  “Moved me to a nice neighbourhood, furnished my house lavishly, bought me an Audi Q5, I started wearing 30k weaves and he sponsored holidays for me and the girls. “Granted he’s rich but I didn’t ask for these things. He did them all on his own.” After three years together, she explains that they drifted apart as a pair, though kept in touch, that is until she came sniffing around for cash. She explained: “It was time to renew my...
    A WOMAN has accused her ex-partner of ‘abuse’ after he stopped funding her lavish lifestyle when they broke up. Taking to social media, she asked whether she had grounds to sue her ex after he ignored her calls when she came to him asking for money, claiming she “never asked for this lifestyle.” Getty 2 A woman has been branded ‘ridiculous’ after claiming her ex partner is abusing her for refusing to pay her rent 2 She claimed that she never asked to be this lavish She wrote: “So he upgrades my life. I didn’t ask him to, he was in love.  “Moved me to a nice neighbourhood, furnished my house lavishly, bought me an Audi Q5, I started wearing 30k weaves and he sponsored holidays for me and the girls. “Granted he’s rich but I didn’t ask for these things. He did them all on his own.” After three years together, she explains that they drifted apart as a pair, though kept in touch, that is until she came sniffing around for cash. She explained: “It was...
    Dear Amy: My boyfriend and I play tennis at a local park. Amy Dickinson  We disagree on how to handle the following: A man used the court’s back fence as a practice soccer goal. He lined up his shot and kicked the ball into the fence directly behind where we were playing. He did this over and over again as if we were not there. I wanted to talk to him. My boyfriend objected, stating that I should be aware of and sensitive to perception. The man happened to be Hispanic, while we happen to be White. I would talk to anyone who exhibited this type of intrusive behavior to our playing regardless of race/ethnicity, in a pleasant way. Related Articles Ask Amy: When should I tell my kids I’m unhappy with their father? Ask Amy: He blames me for stealing him from his wife Ask Amy: I saw his comment about us on Nextdoor, and I want to say something to him Ask Amy: She returned it full of dog hair....
    New Jersey Devils defenseman P.K. Subban has been diagnosed with coronavirus, he announced on social media Friday. 'Alright Subbanator here, in one for a couple days,' he said in the 30-second clip. 'This COVID raked my kitchen. Just wanted to say 'thank you' to everybody for gifts, well wishes, get well soon. I appreciate it. Love you guys so much. 'This COVID thing hit me pretty hard but just battling through it, working through it. Just remember to take care of yourselves, stay healthy, I love you guys. I definitely will be back in the mix soon,' he continued. New Jersey Devils defenseman P.K. Subban has been diagnosed with coronavirus, he announced on social media Friday A fixture in sports pages and gossip columns in recent years, Subban (left) has been less visible in 2021 due to the Devils' struggles and his recent breakup with skiing legend Lindsey Vonn (right). The pair called off their three-year engagement back in December Subban also wrote a caption: 'Covid all up in my grill right now... but Thank you for gifts,...
    I choked up. Did you? If not, you should have done. Joe Biden just made the greatest speech of his life and one of the most important political speeches that I've ever heard. And frankly, if you didn't find it emotional, you weren't listening hard enough, or fully comprehending the significance of what he was saying. Or ironically, in the moment I lost it, what he wasn't saying. When Biden asked for a few moments of respectful silence and prayer for the 400,000 Americans who've lost their lives to coronavirus, it was the first time I've seen the President of the United States show those victims and their grieving families a shred of real empathy. And it came from a man who knows so much about the tragedy of losing a loved one. A man whose first wife and baby daughter were killed in a car crash as he was about to become a Senator. A man who suffered another devastating, crushing blow when his beloved son Beau died from brain cancer in 2014. A man who's had to bury...
    Hannah Freedman/Insider When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. The Beachwaver is my go-to hair tool for creating salon-quality curls and waves with minimal effort. It's a rotating curling iron that comes in three different barrel sizes. I've been using the Beachwaver S1.25 for almost three years on my long, thick hair and have never looked back. Sign up for Insider Reviews' weekly newsletter for more buying advice and great deals Beachwaver S1.25 $129.00 from Beachwaver Five years ago I got my first ever blowout at a Drybar in Soho with a friend for her birthday and became obsessed. I walked — no strutted —  out of the salon with newfound confidence. My usually frizzy and wavy hair that is extremely prone to tangles was perfectly tamed, voluminous curls cascading down my back like I'd just walked out of a shampoo ad. I had long fried my hair with a straightener in an effort to wrangle it, but this new 'do was a far cry from the limp...
    AN EAGLE-EYED woman discovered her boyfriend of four years was cheating after spotting a tiny detail in a selfie he sent her.  Sydney Kinsch uploaded a TikTok video of how she made the bombshell realisation that her partner had allegedly been cheating on her - and it has racked up 1.3million likes.  3TikTok user Sydney Kinsch shared how she discovered her boyfriend was cheating on her from this selfie he sent herCredit: @sydneykinsch/TikTok The picture her boyfriend sent her shows him sitting in his car wearing sunglasses.  At first glance, it seems harmless enough, but if you look closely, Sydney points out that in the reflection there is a woman’s legs poking out the window on the passenger side of the car.  In the caption, she wrote: "Check the reflection in your boyfriend's sunnies ladies." In the comments section of her TikTok video, she explained that her boyfriend had been cheating for a month when she found out.  3Sydney found out that her boyfriend had been cheating on her for a month after she investigated furtherCredit: @sydneykinsch/TikTok She said that...
    Dear Stoner: Does smoking weed dry up my vagina, too? I know this is weird, but it feels dehydrated down there after I smoke.Alice B. Toker Dear Alice: Forgive me for being too scared to poll my female co-workers on this one; fortunately, there is limited research on the subject that backs up what you're going through. There's also a subtle term for this side effect among those suffering from it, who have dubbed it “cotton vagina.” In short, it's essentially the same thing as cotton mouth, but downstairs, with both THC and smoke drying up the mucus membranes. We Believe Local Journalism is Critical to the Life of a City Engaging with our readers is essential to Westword's mission. Make a financial contribution or sign up for a newsletter, and help us keep telling Denver's stories with no paywalls. Support Our Journalism Like many of pot's side effects, not all women experience the same forms of dehydration after smoking. Kenzie bruce Related Stories Ask a Stoner: How Do I Avoid Weed Breath? Ask a Stoner: Does Regular...
    I find myself wearing my Huggle at all times of the year, from winter to summer. Amanda Krause/Insider Back in December 2019, I received a Huggle as a Christmas gift from my family, who knows that I'm always cold. Now, the blanket-sweatshirt hybrid has become a staple of my daily life — especially as I work from home where the air conditioner is always blasting. Huggles retail for $29.99, and are dupes for the $39.99 Comfy shirt-blankets, which were made famous on "Shark Tank." I personally love the Huggle because it's affordable, comfortable, and keeps me warm all year, though I'd recommend any similar product. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Regardless of the temperature outside, I'm almost always cold. In the winter, of course, I dread days when I have to trudge through snow, leaving me cold from head to toe. But even in the summer, I find myself carrying a zip-up hoodie everywhere I go to combat air conditioning that will inevitably blast inside every building. However, I've recently discovered a product that helps keep...
    DEAR ABBY: I have come into contact with my first and forever love again after 30 years. Jeanne Phillips  We have had a few encounters throughout the years. When they happened, we fell right back into our comfort zone. We both have current relationships with others that are not satisfying. We have both had failed relationships as well. No relationship I have ever been in compares to the one I have with this man. Related Articles Dear Abby: I’m worried about Cinderella marrying into our family Dear Abby: We had this baby name picked out, and now there’s a problem Dear Abby: Our neighbor damaged our house, and his wife won’t let him do the right thing Dear Abby: My son-in-law’s driving scares me, and he refuses to stop Dear Abby: I forgave my husband, and I don’t like his response He’s successful and buries himself in his work. Even though he never says it, I know in my heart he has hidden feelings toward me as well. This...
    (CNN)When two-time Olympic gold medal winner Christian Taylor watched the video of George Floyd's death, the first thought that went through his head was: "That could've been me."Floyd, a 46-year-old Black man, died in Minneapolis on May 25 after being arrested by a White police officer who forcibly pinned him to the ground for several minutes by kneeling on his neck. All four former officers involved in Floyd's killing are now facing charges.His death sparked widespread protests across the world in recent weeks.For Taylor, the thought that "that could've been me" made the incident even more impactful to the triple-jumper. "That is the difficult situation because when you think of what he was doing or how he was going about it, then that is not very different to me going to a store," the 30-year-old told CNN Sport's Amanda Davies in an Instagram Live chat.Read More"It was very scary because that was the first time I could really have this fear of how different are our lives and how quickly something can change or something can be taken away and...
    DEAR ABBY: Am I hoping for too much with my husband of 40-plus years? In the evening, we (or I) watch TV, and he’s very agreeable to “watch” anything — mostly because he hardly watches at all. He’s playing games on his iPad and glancing at the TV. He’ll ask questions occasionally about the characters or the plotlines, but it’s obvious he’s not following. Jeanne Phillips  For some reason, I find it disappointing that he’s not really watching, even if it’s something he’s shown an interest in or selected. Should I just be grateful he’s in the same room with me and alive? FEELING SOLO IN CALIFORNIA DEAR FEELING SOLO: Focusing on gratitude that you are together doing things you both enjoy is healthy. If you don’t care for the program he isn’t watching, feel free to change the channel to something you prefer. Related Articles Dear Abby: I am an exemplary daughter, but my dad accused me of ‘hoeing around’ Dear Abby: I was blindsided by my husband’s fetish Dear Abby: My wife stopped talking to me, and I...
    DEAR ABBY: I am 19 and have been kicked out of my house. Jeanne Phillips  I’m grateful for everything my parents have done for me. My dad continues to compare me to my older siblings, although I’m the exact opposite of them. They are not going to college, they barely graduated from high school and continue to abuse alcohol and drugs. I’m in college earning almost all A’s. I graduated from high school with flying colors and have a steady job. I provide for myself (food, gas, buying anything I need) and pay for car insurance. I have tried my hardest to be the best daughter and a good influence for my younger siblings. Related Articles Dear Abby: I was blindsided by my husband’s fetish Dear Abby: My wife stopped talking to me, and I don’t know why Dear Abby: I’m hurt by how these ‘friends’ reacted to my baby Dear Abby: My parents insist they’ll say what they want to, even if it infuriates people Dear Abby: It’s nobody’s business how I got my dog I have asked my...
    Dear Moneyist, My mother claimed me as a dependent in 2019, but I was not aware of this, I had a 2018 and 2019 annual gross income of zero. I was staying with her when she claimed me as a dependant. I am not upset with her. I understand that, at the time, it helped her and didn’t hurt me. Now, however, it’s a different story. It has kept me from receiving a stimulus check. I filed the non-filer paperwork, and that’s how I discovered that I was being claimed, and that I was denied a stimulus. Is there anything I can do now, or in the future, to claim my $1,200 stimulus check? Rob Dispatches from a pandemic: Letter from New York: ‘New Yorkers wear colorful homemade masks, while nurses wear garbage bags’ Dear Son, It sounds like you have a healthy relationship with your mother. That makes a nice change from many of the letters I’ve received over the years. Your payment is an advance on a 2020 tax credit, so you should indeed receive $1,200. Now, for...
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