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    A WOMAN who was a surrogate to twins has found herself still holding the babies 18 months later as the biological parents refused to quarantine for two weeks to collect the children. Surrogate Amanda sent photos of the twin girl and boy to their parents at three months but the biological mum couldn't tell her children apart. 2Surrogate Amanda is still waiting for the biological parents to pick up their twinsCredit: Tiktok 2The woman explained that the parents didn't even contact the twins on their first birthdayCredit: Tiktok The biological parent, who lived on the other side of the world, asked which child was which in response to the sweet snap. Amanda said: "She asked which twin was James and which was Hannah – she didn’t know which baby I was talking about… it had been three months. "I had to take another picture of the babies and label it." Amanda decided to offer herself as a surrogate to a couple struggling to conceive after a previous positive experience. Read more on babiesPICTURE IMPERFECT My boyfriend found pregnant photos of...
    RETIREES collected their third $1,657 Social Security payment this month; however, those mulling retirement may want to know about crucial age rules that could boost their benefits by $800. Americans who receive Social Security benefits can look forward to a 5.9 percent increase in their yearly payment throughout 2022. 1Potential retirees need to know the crucial age rules that could boost their benefits by $800 monthlyCredit: Getty Payments are increasing due to the updated cost-of-living adjustment (COLA). This increase was implemented to reflect the rapidly rising US inflation rate, which is now 7.5 percent, the highest rate since January 1982. However, those workers mulling retirement this year might want to hold off a few extra years. One of the most important factors in determining your Social Security benefit is timing, and the earliest you can file for SS benefits is 62 - with the latest being 70. Read more Social Security storiesMORE MONEY Latest direct Cola check payments to be sent in just days - check how to applyDOUBLE CHECK TWO SSI payments worth $1,682 to be sent out next month – see if you...
    Yawning, snoozing and cradled by nannies, Ukraine's surrogate babies are pictured in a makeshift underground nursery in Kyiv as Putin's missiles rain down above- leaving their biological parents unable to collect them.  The country is usually a global surrogacy hub where parents from around the world travel to Ukraine before the births to complete relevant paperwork and then take their children home.   According to estimates, 2,500 to 3,000 children are born in Ukraine every year for clients outside the country, including China, the United States and EU.    But due to Vladimir Putin's invasion of Ukraine, 19 newborns and their nannies are taking refuge in the Kyiv basement as their anguished biological parents cannot undertake the risky journey.  Photographs taken in the Kyiv basement show sleeping babies in cots and mattresses and cushions laid on the floor A nanny holds a newborn baby in a basement converted into a nursery in Kyiv, Ukraine (pictured) Photographs taken in the basement show sleeping babies in cots and mattresses and cushions laid on the floor. Nannies are also seen cradling yawning babies and and...
    NEXT weekend, the Queen will have been on the throne for an incredible 70 years. She was a 25-year-old mum of two when her father George VI died on February 6, 1952. 32To celebrate her Platinum Jubilee Sun readers share their heartwarming stories of meeting The QueenCredit: Collect A week tomorrow, she becomes the first British monarch to reach a Platinum Jubilee. Her Majesty has met thousands of people – in all walks of life, all over the world – over those decades. No one forgets the moment they came face to face with her. So we asked for your memories of the day YOU met the Queen – and they were wonderful! Today, in this Jubilee souvenir supplement, readers tell their heartwarming stories of meeting the most famous woman in the world. Most read in LifestyleIT'S TORTURE Queen DEFIANT Prince Harry & Andrew scandals can't ruin final years on throneNO RETURN Meg & Harry's 'ship has sailed' for Royal return after missing event with KateOH HALO! The Snow Angel sex position is a new take on Missionary & couples...
    The twisted tale of two 'sweet old ladies' who became 'coldblooded murderers' and slayed two innocent homeless men to seize $5 million in life insurance policies has been revealed in a new Dateline podcast.  Branded as the Black Widow Killers, Helen Golay and Olga Rutterschmidt slayed two homeless men in 1999 and 2005 - in an attempt to collect multi-million-dollar insurance policies on their lives - after pretending to help them get off the streets. The two older ladies, who were said to have looked like 'very nice grandmothers' gained the homeless men's trust by giving them a place to stay and helping them get back on their feet. But little did the men know, they had secretly taken out multiple life insurance policies on them, and had plans to kill them for the money.  Back in the 1990s, Helen - who was born in Texas in 1931 - and Olga - who was born in Hungary in 1933 - met at a health club and instantly hit it off. In 1997, the ladies, who now lived in Los Angeles, California,...
    BRIAN Laundrie's parents have been forced to collect their mail in the dark as protesters continue to descend on their home. Chris and Roberta Laundrie have faced repeated backlash for their silence and behavior since Gabby Petito's body was found, with their son Brian still missing. 3Brian Laundrie's dad has been forced to collect their mail in the nightCredit: Fox News 3Brian Laundrie vanished days before Gabby Petito's body was found The FBI has launched a million dollar manhunt for the 23-year-old, after he vanished from his family home in Florida - just days before Gabby was found dead in a forest in Wyoming. Footage from Fox News has now shown Chris sneaking out in the dead of the night to grab their mail as he ignores a reporter's questions. Chris can be seen in the front yard as the journalist calls out: "Where's your son, Chris? "How come you don't come out in the day time? "How do you feel about Gabby, do you have a message for her parents?" But the reporter's questions are met with silence as Chris...
    Two FBI agents arrived at the Laundrie home in North Port, Florida, this afternoon to collect missing Brian Laundrie's things for their investigation into his disappearance and the murder of Gabby Petito. DailyMail.com saw the agents arrive in a black Chevrolet Tahoe SUV and walk purposefully to the front door, where they were let in. One of the agents was carrying a large bag as he walked inside the home. The two federal agents then came out of the house and opened up the camper in the Laundrie driveway. One of the agents was inside for less than a minute looking around before he came out and headed back into the house.  The female agent came out of the home with a duffle bag full of evidence.  The Laundries' attorney Steve Bertolino told DailyMail.com: 'The FBI is at the Laundrie home today to collect some personal items belonging to Brian that will assist the canines in their search for Brian. There is nothing more to this.' Two FBI agents arrived at the Laundrie home in North Port, Florida, this afternoon...
    Four top GameStop executives being pushed out of the company will get a sizeable parting gift — with their vested stocks valued at roughly $290 million. GameStop CEO George Sherman could walk away with $169 million if he sells his 1.1 million shares in the company when he steps down, based on Friday’s closing, according to the Wall Street Journal. Sherman announced last week he will depart GameStop by July 31 — and his separation agreement allows his stock awards to vest when he leaves. Shares in the video game retailer were below $20 early last year, but a Reddit-fueled rally made the stock skyrocket to $150 per share. Sherman’s severance payout could have been even higher, WSJ noted, but the outgoing chief executive agreed to forego some of his stock awards — valued at about $50 million — and $5 million in cash. A GameStop shop in New York City on Jan. 30. REUTERS Departing GameStop finance chief James Bell stands to collect $44 million, chief customer officer Frank Hamlin could depart with $34 milllion, and merchandising chief Chris...
    A California father-of-three was sentenced on Thursday to 212 years in federal prison for intentionally driving his ex-wife and two autistic sons off of a wharf, and drowning the children to collect on accidental death insurance policies he had taken out on them. In imposing the maximum sentence on 45-year-old Ali Elmezayen, US District Judge John Walter called out the defendant's 'evil and diabolical scheme' and described his actions as 'vicious and callous.' 'He is the ultimate phony and a skillful liar…and is nothing more than a greedy and brutal killer,' Judge Walter said. 'The only regret that the defendant has is that he got caught.'  Ali Elmezayen, 45, was sentenced on Thursday to 212 years in federal prison for intentionally driving his ex-wife and two autistic sons off of a wharf, and drowning the children as part of a life insurance scheme (pictured in a courtroom sketch in 2019) On April 9, 2015, Elmezayen drove his car carrying his family into the water, killing sons Elhassan, 13, and 8-year-old Abdelkarim, who were, severely autistic   Elmezayen swam out...
    Since SmarterHQ reveal that the 80 percent of customers are more likely to buy a product or service from a brand that provides personalized experiences and for everything to be personalized, it is necessary to have the data precise. This point is so important that companies tend to pay for it, but the restrictions grow more and more, third-party cookies, changes in identifiers such as the Apple Advertiser Identifier (IDFA) and regulations that include the Data Protection Regulation global (GDPR) of the EU, etc. Although everything is for the safety of digital users, companies see a brake on information. That is why during 2021, when digital is so relevant, 88 percent of marketers will collect their own data. According to the 2021 Client Participation Report, of Merkle, dictates that first-hand data collection will be a priority for marketers as privacy-related data restrictions continue to expand. In fact, the 41 percent It indicated that the activation of digital media will be the area most affected due to the increase in data restrictions related to privacy. Taking this into account, 52 percent...
    THE adoptive father of two brothers who vanished after playing in their backyard told how he was collecting firewood just as they disappeared. Orson, 3, and Orrin, 4, West went missing from their home in California on December 21, after they were playing with chalk outside. 2Four-year-old Orrin (left) and three-year-old Orson (right) vanished from their backyard when their adoptive father was collecting firewood Their adoptive parents Trezol and Jacqueline West have been questioned by police and federal agents and had their home searched. Officers left the home with bags of evidence and towed the family vehicle, after KGET reported authorities had obtained a search warrant and had even dug up the backyard. Their four other children - two adopted and two biological - have been placed into protective custody. The couple told how they scoured the neighbourhood after noticing the boys were missing, before ringing the police at around 8pm. "I came in the house, I saw them there, went into the house, came back out, didn’t see them there," Trezol West explained. Jacqueline West allegedly instructed...
    As her father faces down the political tide with a furious stare, Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner know that the jig is up. And while they haven't handed in their his-and-her security passes quite yet, they have urged the President to accept defeat. So back to New York they go, to their $4.1million Manhattan apartment at Trump's Park Avenue building. To their temple, Congregation Kehilath Jeshurun, where the Kushners contribute a hefty sum, and where they will be welcome with open arms. And to the Ramaz School, the highly competitive Jewish private school where there will likely be slots for the kids. Nevertheless, the Kushners will have to take the same advice Ivanka gave to the country's 18 million unemployed: it's time to, 'Find Something New.'  Because if Ivanka, 39, and Kushner, 39, expect to ease into other aspects of their old life in New York seamlessly, they may be in for a rude awakening.  Their return to the city could be socially 'difficult,' - at least at first, according to Ivanka's best friend, Georgina Bloomberg, 37. If Ivanka...
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