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    The young widow of one of the 13 US troops killed in an ISIS-K suicide blast in Afghanistan has paid tribute to her 'best friend' just three weeks before the birth of their first child.   Marine Rylee McCollum, 20, was killed in the suicide bomb attack in Kabul on Thursday. He had been in Afghanistan only a few weeks and was expected home in October.  His pregnant wife, Jiennah Crayton, who goes by Gigi, is expecting their first child next month.  She wrote on Facebook on Friday: 'I lost my best friend. And nothing will ever make that hurt less. He would’ve been the best dad. 'I wish he could see how much of an impact he made on this world. I’m so proud to call him my husband. 'Much love to the other families affected by this. They are all heroes forever.'   Rylee McCollum (left) with his wife Jiennah Gigi Crayton (right). She shared this photo of them together in April before he was deployed The young marine had been deployed to Afghanistan a few weeks prior to the attacks and was...
    DEAR MISS MANNERS: My longtime friend is grieving the loss of her husband to COVID. I am trying to be supportive by calling, checking on her and just listening. We all miss him, and I am sure his other relatives are grieving, as well. My friend is seeking professional counseling. In the meantime, she is getting advice from family members. Some of it is questionable, but I am doing my best to listen and not cause more strife. However, some of this advice is shocking to me. What is a polite response to the sister-in-law who tells the widow to “put on her big-girl pants”? That she should let my friend grieve as long as she needs? GENTLE READER: Well, yes. It is hard to fathom the sister-in-law’s cruelty. But thoughtless people often do think they can push the bereaved to banish their emotions. The bereaved are routinely berated to hurry through what are blithely described as “stages,” to reach something called “closure.” On anniversaries, they may be described as “still mourning,” as if that is surprising. Miss Manners’ reply...
    RENO, Nev. (AP) — The widow and a friend of a man killed in an avalanche at a Lake Tahoe ski resort last year have filed separate lawsuits accusing the resort of negligently rushing to open the slopes in unsafe conditions for a holiday weekend that’s typically one of the busiest of the season. Cole Comstock, 34, of Blairsden, California, was killed and his close friend, Kaley Bloom, seriously injured when they were swept up in the avalanche at Alpine Meadows on Jan. 17, 2020 — the Friday before Martin Luther King Jr. Day. No one else was seriously hurt. READ MORE: Family Reveals Discovery Bay Murder Victim Had Taken In Woman, Child Who Are Now Missing Bloom and Cole’s widow, Caitlin Raymond, recently filed the lawsuits in Placer County Superior Court. Both seek unspecified damages from Alpine Meadows for negligence, gross negligence and breach of contract. Raymond’s suit also alleges the resort is to blame for her late husband’s wrongful death. The resort had closed the day before after several days of heavy snow, and received an additional 11...
    There is no monument or commemorative plaque to explain what happened, no cairn of stones to mark the spot where a roaring avalanche swept all before it. For those involved there is no need: the events of that day in March 1988 will never be forgotten. But there is now a memorial of sorts, thanks to the new series of The Crown. For it has used the events in which the Prince of Wales narrowly escaped death from what he described as a 'whirling maelstrom' of snow and ice as a metaphor for his disintegrating marriage with Princess Diana. Of all the bogus claims dressed up as fact in this, the most controversial season of the Netflix drama, the Klosters skiing disaster is perhaps the most egregious. The Duchess of York, Princess Diana and Prince Charles pose on the slopes the day before the tragedy  For the real victim of the avalanche was not the domestic unhappiness of the Prince and Princess, but a close friend of the royal couple who was killed, leaving a young mother-to-be a grieving...
    Black Friday Prices Have Already Arrived for AirPods — Here’s Where You Can Score the Best Deals Chase Elliott to make Chili Bowl Nationals debut in 2021 Widow of Prince Charles Friend Killed in Avalanche Says She Was "Horrified" By The Crown The Crown has tackled many tough issues in its four seasons, but the family of Major Hugh Lindsay was hoping the series' writers would skip over his accidental death out of consideration of their grief. The Crown’s Emma Corrin Explains Why She Was “Quite Scared” to Play Princess Diana E! See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL What to watch next Lori Loughlin’s Daughter Bella Seen at Luxury Resort While Parents Are in Jail US Weekly Gabourey Sidibe Is Engaged!: 4 Things About Her Fiance E! Online ‘NCIS’ Star Mark Harmon on His Son’s Appearance in the 400th Episode (Exclusive) ETonline Netflix Reaches Settlement In Black Mirror Trademark Lawsuit | THR News The Hollywood Reporter Geoffrey Zakarian Shares Tips to Produce Less Food Waste and...
    Olivia Colma in season four of "The Crown." Netflix The widow of the army major whose fatal skiing accident is depicted on the latest season of "The Crown," said she was "horrified" to hear about the episode. Sarah Horsley told The Telegraph that she had previously written to the show's producers asking for the accident to be left out because it was a "very private tragedy," but Netflix continued to pursue the accident. Horsley, who was pregnant with her daughter at the time of the accident, said that she is worried about the effect the show will have on her family. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. The widow of a British army major who died during a skiing trip with Prince Charles said she was "horrified" to see the accident dramatized on "The Crown." Sarah Horsley, Major Hugh Lindsay's widow, told The Sunday Telegraph that the accident was a "private tragedy" and she had previously asked the show's producers not to adapt the disaster for television. "I was horrified when I was told [the episode] was...
    By CARLOS RODRÍGUEZ, Associated Press MEXICO CITY (AP) — Mercedes Barcha, who was credited by late husband and Nobel laureate Gabriel García Márquez with making it possible for him to write his masterpiece “One Hundred Years of Solitude," has died at the age of 87. Barcha, who married García Márquez in 1958 and managed the couple's finances through some hard times while the author wrote, died on Saturday in Mexico City, according to Mexico's Culture Ministry. The Colombian couple had moved to Mexico in 1961; García Márquez died in 2014. Barcha, who had been suffering from respiratory problems, was praised by Colombian President Iván Duque, Mexican authorities and prominent figures in Latin American art and culture for her role as a muse and lifelong companion to Garcia Marquez. The celebrated writer was awarded the Nobel Prize for literature in 1982 and is considered one of the most important Spanish-language writers of all time. Barcha was the love of García Márquez's life, Duque tweeted. “I had the privilege of meeting Mercedes Barcha. Great conversationalist, cheerful, critical, cultured, infallible in her opinions....
    MEXICO CITY (AP) — Mercedes Barcha, who was credited by late husband and Nobel laureate Gabriel García Márquez with making it possible for him to write his masterpiece “One Hundred Years of Solitude,” has died at the age of 87. Barcha, who married García Márquez in 1958 and managed the couple’s finances through some hard times while the author wrote, died on Saturday in Mexico City, according to Mexico’s Culture Ministry. The Colombian couple had moved to Mexico in 1961; García Márquez died in 2014. Barcha, who had been suffering from respiratory problems, was praised by Colombian President Iván Duque, Mexican authorities and prominent figures in Latin American art and culture for her role as a muse and lifelong companion to Garcia Marquez. The celebrated writer was awarded the Nobel Prize for literature in 1982 and is considered one of the most important Spanish-language writers of all time. Barcha was the love of García Márquez’s life, Duque tweeted. “I had the privilege of meeting Mercedes Barcha. Great conversationalist, cheerful, critical, cultured, infallible in her opinions. A great...
    The widow of Tony nominee Nick Cordero, Amanda Kloots, revealed the 'really good advice' about the mourning process she received Monday night from a girlfriend. 'She said, "You know Amanda, I think it would be a great thing for you if you found something that was new for yourself right now - that you haven't done before, that doesn't have any attachment to your past with Nick and your past as Nick and Amanda,"' the grieving 38-year-old said Tuesday via Instastory. '"You have so much in your life that is with Nick and will always be with Nick, but maybe something to help you through this grief is to find that something that is new - that's your experience and your's alone that can make you feel comforted during this transition." And I just loved that idea. And I don't know what that will be, but I loved that idea and I'm going to try really hard to find that for myself.'   'Find something new': The widow of Tony nominee Nick Cordero, Amanda Kloots, revealed the 'really good advice'...
    The widow of one of President Trump's friends, Joe Shapiro, has spoken out about allegations that he was paid to take Trump's SAT exam as a teenager.  In her new, explosive book, Mary Trump, the president's estranged niece claimed that when Donald Trump was younger he got his friend to sit for the key exam in his place and likely paid him to do so. The book tells how Joe Shapiro was 'a smart kid with a reputation for being a good test taker.'   Joe Shapiro was a friend of Donald Trump. His widow,  Pam Shriver, said there is 'not a chance' her late husband too his SAT test because he 'always did the right thing.'
    ST. LOUIS -- A retired police captain who died during a night of violent protests was trying to protect his friend's pawn shop, his widow said.David Dorn's last moments were caught on video and apparently posted on Facebook Live, though the video has since been taken down. He was killed by people who had broken into Lee's Pawn & Jewelry, and his body found on the sidewalk at about 2:30 a.m. Tuesday. No arrests have been made.His death came on a violent night in St. Louis, where four officers were shot, officers were pelted with rocks and fireworks, and 55 businesses were burglarized or damaged, including a convenience store that burned. Police also shot and gravely injured a burglary suspect who they say shot at officers.Cities across the U.S. have seen protests and violence since George Floyd died May 25 after a white Minneapolis officer pressed his knee into Floyd's neck for several minutes even after the handcuffed black man stopped moving and pleading for air.Dorn was a friend of the pawn shop's owner and frequently checked on the business...
    ST. LOUIS (AP) - A retired police captain who died during a night of violent protests was trying to protect his friend’s pawn shop, his widow said. David Dorn’s last moments were caught on video and apparently posted on Facebook Live, though the video has since been taken down. He was killed by people who had broken into Lee’s Pawn & Jewelry, and his body found on the sidewalk at about 2:30 a.m. Tuesday. No arrests have been made. His death came on a violent night in St. Louis, where four officers were shot, officers were pelted with rocks and fireworks, and 55 businesses were burglarized or damaged, including a convenience store that burned. Police also shot and gravely injured a burglary suspect who they say shot at officers. TOP STORIES George Soros, 89, is still on a quest to destroy America Retired St. Louis police captain killed by looters Richmond police chief says rioters blocked firefighters from burning home with child inside Cities across the U.S. have seen protests and violence since George Floyd died May 25 after...
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