"I ended up marrying the guy."
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'Traitor': Protesters gather at home of USPS chief demanding his resignation after sweeping cuts ahead of election
Protesters gathered outside the US Postal Service chief's home in Washington DC on Saturday following national outcry over steep cuts to the agency and Donald Trump's threats to mail-in ballots ahead of November's presidential election.Roughly 100 people marched to the luxury apartment building of postmaster general Louis DeJoy, a Trump ally and top donor to his campaign, who was appointed to the role earlier this summer.
In addition to being cousins, the children will also be genetic siblings
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Halle is redefining what it means to be in your mid-fifties. 🙌
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A new documentary tells the story of renowned comedian Robin Williams' final months as he struggled with undiagnosed Lewy Body Dementia before taking his own life. "Robin's Wish," directed by Tyler Norwood, features commentary from his widow, Susan, and others who worked with him. Susan said her husband knew something was terribly wrong and battled to get answers right up until his death, even while he kept making movies. She said Robin was misdiagnosed with Parkinson’s before his suicide.
I’m a ‘young 68’ with $3,200 a month in Social Security and don’t want it taxed — where should I retire north or west of Colorado?
I am finishing 50 years in the airline industry next year, and I am looking to relocate to anywhere north or west of Colorado (including Colorado) — but not California because of the taxes. I will have approximately $3,200 a month in Social Security and will hopefully get a part-time job on top of that. The location cannot tax Social Security, and I prefer no state income tax.
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The latest jab came on Friday afternoon when Comcast's (NASDAQ: CMCSA) Universal Orlando informed guests with upcoming stays at two of its seven on-site resorts that the hotels will be temporarily suspending operations starting next week. Universal Orlando will be shutting down the Sapphire Falls and Aventura properties on Aug. 21. Existing bookings at the two hotels will shift to one of the other resorts that will remain open as Comcast consolidates its lodging operations.