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- PoliticsBusiness Insider
Justices Amy Coney Barrett and Stephen Breyer want to convince you that the Supreme Court isn't political, but experts say 'it's naive to think people will' believe them
"If the justices have to defend themselves from being partisan, that's already a problem in and of itself," one expert told Insider.
The predictions of impending doom from Wall Street’s talking heads continued this past week. The reasons for a pullback are many, but the 50-day moving average may outweigh all of them.
- LifestyleDr. Phil CBS
Jenaye says she learned that her husband, James, was cheating on her when she checked his phone after he stayed out until 4 a.m. on the night of their fifth wedding anniversary. Then, says Jenaye, she contacted a woman with whom James had been texting. “He told her that he was divorced and that I lived in a different state and that there was someone at home watching the kids – it was a nanny. That was me. I was the nanny,” she says. Jenaye says she took their children and left. When James pleade
That didn’t “turn” out so well…
- CelebrityIn The Know by Yahoo
The pet owner is wondering if they should have lied about the name from the start.