- U.S.Scary Mommy
As a white adoptive mom with six kids, these are the stories and statistics that I’m used to. The stories and statistics that have become comfortable.
In a four-page order issued on Tuesday, U.S. District Judge Janet Neff said she would not strike the disputed document from the court record. Lawyers for the city of Detroit had asked Neff to strike the document as a way of sanctioning Trump's campaign. "While we are disappointed that sanctions were not awarded, this is only one of many cases filed in Michigan, and we do expect these lawyers to be sanctioned by some courts for their repeated frivolous lawsuits," David Fink, a lawyer for the city of Detroit, said in a statement.
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An Arizona police officer has given a little girl a forever home after meeting her while on duty. This summer, Brian Zach, lieutenant of the Kingman Police Department and his wife Cierra, officially became parents to 4-year-old Kaila. In March 2018, Zach was working as a patrol sergeant when he and his officers got a call to check Kaila's residence.
The comedian's latest moniker for the president has a very familiar feel.
Every time we get a glimpse at the now-19-year-old Sasha Obama (and it's rare, y'all), our hearts can't help but swell with happiness for how she's thriving. It's all we ever wanted for both her and older sister Malia Obama as we watched them grow up in the White House, a highly public experience that can […]