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    MILLIONS of Americans will see some relief by Thanksgiving. At least six states will be sending out direct payments up to $1,050 this month. 1Millions of Americans are still set to receive relief payments in November More than a dozen states approved some form of a relief package this year in the face of record-high inflation. This includes payments such as rebates and relief checks. In November, several states will start or continue with the distribution of relief funds. Below are the states with the exact dates when either the money will be issued or arrive. More on relief paymentsCASH COMING Direct payments between $200 & $1,050 for millions - how much will you get?SWEET RELIEF New direct $1,500 payment to be sent to thousands of families under new plan 1. California - up to $1,050 Californians are seeing money in their accounts right now because of tax rebates which continue to go out this month. California Governor Gavin Newsom signed the state's budget in June, which included $17billion worth of inflation relief in form of tax rebates.  Roughly 23million people are in line for...
    STATES have plans for November to continue offering relief payments for residents across the country. Several states anticipate direct payments to go out for the rest of the year despite the federal government's hesitation in approving a nationwide stimulus check. 1Millions of Americans are still set to receive relief payments in November In fact, more than a dozen states approved some form of relief package this year in the face of record-high inflation. This includes payments such as rebates and relief checks. In November, several states will start or continue with the distribution of relief funds. Below are the ones that have the exact dates when either the money will be issued or arrive. More on relief paymentsCASH COMING Direct payments between $200 & $1,050 for millions - how much will you get?SWEET RELIEF New direct $1,500 payment to be sent to thousands of families under new plan 1. California - up to $1,050 California Governor Gavin Newsom signed the state's budget in June, which included $17billion worth of inflation relief in form of tax rebates.  Roughly 23million people are in line for payments ranging between $200...
    A firefighter's shocking video has revealed why you should always shut your bedroom door before going to sleep. The first responder, from Massachusetts, who goes by the username @smokemedic online, shared a dramatic clip to TikTok earlier this week, which showcased how closing the entrance to your bedroom before heading to bed can ultimately save your life. In the video, which was viewed more than eight million times, he panned across a child's bedroom, which appeared to be in pristine condition. Important information: A firefighter's shocking video has revealed why you should always shut your bedroom door before going to sleep The first responder, from Massachusetts, who goes by the username @smokemedic online, shared a dramatic clip to TikTok earlier this week Stay safe: It showcased how closing the entrance to your bedroom before heading to bed can ultimately save your life @smokemedic Remember to close bedroom doors before sleeping for the night, it could make a big difference. #closebeforeyoudoze ♬ original sound - EC He then turned to show the rest of the home, which had been completely...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Two teen siblings are recovering days after a fire forced them to climb down to safety from their fourth floor apartment. On Friday, the 13-year-old survivor spoke with CBS2’s Cory James about the ordeal and how it impacted his family. READ MORE: Gov. Hochul Loosens Quarantine Guidelines For Essential Workers As New York Reports 44,000 New COVID Cases“We’re going to die, I love you,” Giovanny Domena told his sister right before they climbed out the window of their burning apartment and scaled down a pole to safety. “I was screaming out, ‘Help, help, help, help!’ And I was getting electrocuted,” Giovanny said. He said the flames started spreading to his body, burning his back, arms and hand. Giovanny’s sister, 19-year-old Mariana, is also recovering in the hospital after undergoing surgery. “Her whole arm was white,” Giovanny said. “So, basically, they just did a skin graph.” READ MORE: Parishioners Attend First In-Person Christmas Eve Services Since 2019The fire happened in the East Village on Dec. 16 around 7 a.m. Firefighters said lithium-ion batteries from an e-bike ignited...
    PARENTS may be disappointed when they discover their babies didn't get the memo about the clocks going back tonight, and that extra hour in bed you were hoping for, probably won't happen. Your baby works on their own natural routine and are likely to wake up at 5 am if their usual rise and shine time is 6 am, but we have the answers to get your tots back on track. 1Your baby will be up an at-em an hour early tomorrowCredit: Getty This will be a marathon, not a sprint, so start by knowing you have to gradually ease your baby into the new schedule. Nobody wants to be waking up earlier indefinitely, but if you suddenly try feeding and putting your baby to sleep an hour early, you are unlikely to have success. However, we have many tricks and tips we have to make the process as pain-free as possible, as explained in The Metro. Let sleeping tots lie In the likely event that your baby wakes up an hour early tomorrow morning, give them a little lie-in....
    As office workers return to their desks at an increasing rate, many employees will be travelling from the comfort of their home to the bustling inner city.  Leading skincare experts have revealed the problems that could occur while returning to the office after months at home, from irritated skin, clogged pores and premature ageing.  From longer hours spent exposed to sunlight to pollution from public transport or city air, getting back to your desk could mean you're at risk of developing acne, dry skin and even hormone imbalances.  Here, FEMAIL reveals the damage life in the city can cause your skin, and what to do about it.   Leading skincare experts have revealed the problems that could occur while returning to the office after months at home, from irritated skin, clogged pores and premature ageing, caused by pollution and enclosed spaces  POLLUTION CAUSING PREMATURE AGEING    Working in a large city, your skin will naturally be more exposed to more air pollutants - but this can be a particular problem when spending commutes in packed tubes or trains.  Pollutants can strip the...
    Getty/Angela Weiss As the parent of a transgender child, I wish I could follow them all day to help them navigate life. I wrote this letter in hopes it'll get them through challenging days at school.  My son is here to live their truest, fullest life, and I will be supporting them every single day. Business Insider: A daily selection of curated stories Loading Something is loading. Email address By clicking ‘Sign up’, you agree to receive marketing emails from Insider as well as other partner offers and accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. I walked into your new school feeling like it was my first day. I needed to talk to the principal about you, my 5-year-old transgender son who's so excited about kindergarten. You're ready, confident, and blissfully unaware right now that some people consider you "different" in a bad way. Your principal looked at me and my nervous tears and said, "It's OK. There's no rule book for parenting children through this." The principal's words calmed me.  What they said to me...
    Some kids experience school anxiety and fears that cause distress and conflict. Parents should know the warning signs. Carlos Barria/Reuters Some children might be feeling anxiety about returning to school. It's normal for routines to be disrupted initially by school starting. But there are three warning signs parents should pay attention to. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. While many children are excited to go back to school, others feel anxiety. The uncertainty and hybrid work-school-life routines during the pandemic have made the back-to-school transition even harder for many children and parents. It's OK for kids to feel some anxiety at the start of a new school year. Unknowns like which classroom they'll be in, what their teachers are going to be like, and whether they'll be able to make new friends can be triggers for some children. Others might be worried about academics. For kindergarteners and children starting middle or high school, there's the additional stress of an unfamiliar setting with new peers, teachers, and increased expectations. All parents can expect some turmoil and disruption at...
    Rescue workers could hear a woman trapped in the rubble of the Miami condo collapse shouting for help - but after hours of trying to reach her, they no longer heard her screams.  'She passed,' a fire official confirmed Thursday.       Miami Dade Fire Chief Alan Cominsky told reporters at a news conference Thursday morning that early in the rescue effort, crews had been trying to get to the woman who they could hear, but could not reach.  'We did hear audible sounds,' he said. 'They were searching for a female voice, is what we heard, for several hours - and eventually we didn't hear her voice anymore.' The revelation came as Florida officials said they were halting rescue operations out of fear they could cause further collapse, one week after a portion of the 12-story Champlain Towers South fell, killing 18 people and leaving another 145 so far unaccounted for.   Rescue workers could be seen desperately trying to reach a woman they could hear trapped behind a wall of concrete roughly 10 hours after the Surfside condo collapse  In addition...
    How police failures let a violent insurrection into the Capitol Maryland Senate overrides Hogan veto of bill that funds nation’s first drug affordability These $19k SUVs Will Make You Trade in Your Car Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/8 SLIDES © Moyo Studio / Getty Images We’re only a couple of weeks in, but so far, 2021, hasn’t exactly been the light at the end of the tunnel we were all hoping for in the gallows of 2020. If you’re delayed in kickstarting your financial New Year’s resolutions, you’re certainly not alone. But if you’re feeling like it’s too late to start your resolutions or that you just lack the willpower, we’ve got tips that might help you to feel differently.  “As with any personal goals for a new year, a late start is better than no start,” said Dr. James Philpot, a certified financial planner and associate professor of finance and general business at Missouri State University. Here’s a look at...
    As the pandemic besieges the region’s hospitals, its destructive sweep is being dispensed in unequal measures. While all hospitals across Los Angeles County are being slammed by waves of COVID-19 patients, those in lower-income, densely populated and nonwhite communities have been hit hardest and face the greatest challenge in providing care, according to a Times data analysis. Hospitals in South Los Angeles, the cities in Southeast L.A. County along the 710 Freeway and in parts of the southern San Gabriel Valley are experiencing the greatest capacity problems, the data showed. Many of these facilities are relatively small and are less able to add intensive care staff or expand bed capacity than the county’s biggest hospitals. The data underscores how communities of color have been disproportionately hit by the pandemic, with Latino and Black residents far more likely to get the virus and die of it compared with whites. Low-income essential workers often get sick while on the job and then spread COVID-19 to family, officials have said. The data released by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services...
    Cultura RF/Clarissa Leahy/Getty Images When your friend is dealing with emotional pain following a breakup, your first instinct might be to bash their ex or help them make sense of the loss. But those comments won't help them in the long run, "Breakup Bootcamp" author Amy Chan told Insider. Instead, offer ways to help your friend get their mind off of the breakup and let them know you're there to listen to them vent. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. When your friend's heart is broken from a fresh breakup, it's normal to want to do everything in your power to make them feel better. Often that means defaulting to mean-spirited comments about your friend's ex. You may be trying to show your friend they're better off without their ex, but a hate-fest isn't the best way to help your pal move forward, according to Amy Chan, a relationship advice columnist for more than a decade and author of "Breakup Bootcamp: The Science of Rewiring Your Heart." "It's very easy to connect on pain and that actually doesn't help...
    Kanye West lefts fans concerned on Friday as he shared a disturbing tweet about being murdered and having his eldest daughter taken away from him. The 43-year-old rapper, whose mental health issues have been well documented, posted and then deleted the worrying message which was addressed to daughter North, seven, early on Friday morning.  'NORTHY I AM GOING TO WAR AND PUTTING MY LIFE ON THE LINE AND IF I AM MURDERED DON'T EVER LET WHITE MEDIA TELL YOU I WASNT A GOOD MAN... WHEN PEOPLE THREATEN TO TAKE YOU OUT OF MY LIFE JUST KNOW I LOVE YOU.' the designer wrote. Disturbing: Kanye West posted and deleted this message on Twitter early on Friday morning Along with the message Kanye shared a photo of North looking playful and throwing up two peace signs. Although the Faded hitmaker quickly deleted the post, concerned fans rallied round to express their fears for the star.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 2 Next Larsa Pippen showcases her sensational curves in snakeskin... Keeping Up With The Kardashians: Khloe's...
    In yet another sign that idealistic protests have given way to mindless destruction, vandals over the weekend targeted two statues of … the Virgin Mary. It was graffiti in Elmhurst, Queens: “IDOL” spray-painted across her skirt in the early morning outside the Cathedral Preparatory School and Seminary on 92nd Street. And arson in Dorchester, Mass.: a statue outside of Saint Peter’s Parish damaged by burns to the face, hands and arms. Fr. John Currie, the pastor, was “disappointed” by the desecration, noting, “Our image of our lady is so important to us in our faith.” Maybe these are simply anti-Catholic bigots who figure they might as well join in on the attacks against monuments. Maybe the perps pretend they’re somehow forwarding the Black Lives Matter message — after all, BLM thinker Shaun King recently said that images depicting Jesus as a “white European” should be torn down as forms of “white supremacy” and “racist propaganda.” Whoever’s behind it, it shows that mob rule leads straight to madness. Filed under catholic church ,  editorial ,  protests ,  religion ,  statues , ...
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