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    U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas spoke out about the leaked draft opinion on abortion Friday, saying such a breach brings into question how long our country’s institutions will last “at the rate we’re undermining them.” Thomas, the longest-serving justice on the nation’s high court, was speaking at a conference for black conservatives in Dallas when he addressed the issue of the leak, saying “I do think that what happened at the court is tremendously bad.” “I wonder how long we’re going to have these institutions at the rate we’re undermining them, and then I wonder when they’re gone or destabilized what we will have as a country. And I don’t think the prospects are good if we continue to lose them,” he continued. The draft opinion, the authenticity of which was confirmed by Chief Justice John Roberts, was written by fellow Justice Samuel Alito. It was an explicit overturning of the infamous pro-abortion case Roe v. Wade as well as Planned Parenthood v. Casey — sending the issue of abortion back to state legislatures. In confirming its authenticity, Roberts...
    Justice Clarence Thomas on Friday compared the leak of fellow Justice's Samuel Alito's draft opinion regarding Roe v Wade to 'infidelity.' Thomas, 73, said that the leak would weaken the public's trust in the Supreme Court as an institution.  He told host John Yoo that the leak from the Supreme Court was 'tremendously bad.'  Thomas pondered: 'I wonder how long we’re going to have these institutions at the rate we’re undermining them and then I wonder when they’re gone or destabilized what we will have as a country and I don’t think the prospects are good if we continue to lose them.'   He continued: 'When you lose that trust, especially in the institution that I'm in, it changes the institution fundamentally. You begin to look over your shoulder. It's like kind of an infidelity – that you can explain it but you can't undo it,' reports Politico.  Thomas was speaking at the Old Parkland Conference, a meeting of black conservatives, in Dallas where he was Friday's keynote speaker. Following his speech, Thomas sat for a questions and answers session with John Yoo...
    Westend61 | Westend61 | Getty Images Long-term care expenses are growing, with sizable hikes for home-based services as the industry struggles to meet soaring demand from aging Americans.    That's according to Genworth's 2021 Cost of Care Survey, a yearly report covering nationwide senior caregiving. While the median yearly costs rose across all provider types, home-based expenses — such as home health aids for bathing, dressing or eating, and homemaker services for cooking, cleaning or errands — grew by double-digit percentages in 2021. More from Personal Finance:Social Security applicants complain about long waitsRetiring and enrolling in Medicare: how to appeal premium surchargesLiving only on Social Security can be tough. Resources can help seniors The annual median cost for home health aids grew by 12.5% to $61,776, and homemaker services increased by 10.64% to $59,488 in 2021, a growing expense for those aging in place.   "Our research indicates that people typically prefer home-based care options," said Patrick Gantz, customer insights senior manager at Genworth. Indeed, nearly 80% of adults age 50 and older want to stay in their homes as long as...
    Two years on since the pure evil that is Covid-19 arrived, leaked most probably from a Chinese lab, in the UK at least there feels reason to hope that divisive corona politics are starting to fizzle out. It's possible to leave the house without a mask; the pubs are packed; even friends and relatives who were terrified just a few months ago are, quite frankly, over the scaremongering broadcast media, modellers and scientific advisers still trying to control our lives. But, most fundamentally, in England at least, society is not divided into two tiers. Boris Johnson's short-lived and unworkable experiment with ghastly vaccine mandates for care home workers and NHS staff has been wisely ditched. While there are still clear divisions between a hard-core of lockdown/mask fanatics and sane folk who are desperate for the old normal, there is a chance for Brits to emerge from the dark days of this pandemic as one. That's not an opportunity being given to the citizens of America, Canada, New Zealand and France – so-called liberal democracies buckling under the hatefulness of vaccine...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Wow, what a delightful change in our weather pattern this week. The arctic air is gone for now as milder air from the Pacific and the Gulf of Mexico dominate most of the eastern parts of the US. Our temperatures peaked at 56 on Wednesday and will be near that for the rest of the week. Our normal high is now just 45 degrees. By Saturday, a front will be approaching our area with much colder air behind it. READ MORE: Multiple Suspects In Custody After “Targeted Shooting” At Catonsville HighBefore the front crosses the region, we expect to top out at around 60 degrees! By later Saturday night we will be watching to see if an area of low pressure is able to form somewhere off the coast of the Carolinas. If it does in fact form and is close enough to the region, we may see some light snow flurries or snow showers early on Superbowl Sunday. READ MORE: States And Localities Are Ditching Face Masks, But Some Say It's PrematureThis is something we will...
    AROUND 20 Omicron symptoms have been revealed as the ones you are most likely to get. This doesn't mean there aren't others that could pop up, but these have been most reported by people who caught the variant. 220 main Omicron symptoms have been revealed to watch out for in BritsCredit: AFP They logged what they were experiencing on the ZOE Covid Study - with the top five remaining as runny nose, headache, fatigue, sneezing and a sore throat. But other symptoms in the top 20 include a hoarse voice, chills or shivers, brain fog, feeling dizzy, skipped meals and feeling down. The symptoms appear to come on faster than Delta, with a shorter incubation period. People who experience Omicron symptoms are likely to get them within two-five days after exposure. Professor Tim Spector said anyone with cold-like symptoms are very likely to have Omicron, with the duration likely to be around five days on average. He said: "Over 50 per cent of people with a cold-like symptom have PCR proven Covid. Most read in Health NewsRED ALERT The...
    Laurie Espino/Insider Table of Contents Chevron icon It indicates an expandable section or menu, or sometimes previous / next navigation options. Best overall Best matte liquid lipstick Best matte crayon Best for sensitive skin Best drugstore matte lipstick Best luxury matte lipstick Best fan favorite matte lipstick Best matte lipstick when wearing a mask Other matte lipsticks I tested Best overall Best matte liquid lipstick Best matte crayon Best for sensitive skin Best drugstore matte lipstick Best luxury matte lipstick Best fan favorite matte lipstick Best matte lipstick when wearing a mask Other matte lipsticks I tested If you buy through our links, we may earn money from affiliate partners. Learn more. The perfect matte lipstick should be comfortable, bold, moisturizing, and long-lasting.  I tested over a dozen matte lipsticks to see which ones held up the best all day...
    In this article MBAYXCaiaimage/Robert Daly | Getty ImagesChances are that deciding when to claim Social Security likely will be one of the biggest retirement choices you will ever make. Yet a recent survey from MassMutual found that many pre-retirees are getting key facts about the program's rules wrong — and just one mistake can hurt you financially. The firm recently gave a 12-question true-or-false quiz to 1,500 people ages 55 to 65 who have not yet claimed their benefits. Just 54% of respondents were able to correctly identify whether their benefits will continue to increase if they delay claiming retirement benefits past age 70. The answer is no. Moreover, if you delay past 70, you can only go back six months to make up for lost monthly checks, said David Freitag, a financial planning consultant and Social Security expert at MassMutual.More from The New Road to Retirement:Here's a look at more retirement news. Biden tax plan may lead to more Roth retirement accounts How to handle Covid-related withdrawals from retirement accounts 3% of near-retirees can answer all these Social...
    (CNN)Last week, our country breathed a sigh of relief as a guilty verdict was handed down against former officer Derek Chauvin for the murder of George Floyd. Soon after, though, news broke of a police shooting of Ma'Khia Bryant, a 16-year-old Black girl in Columbus, Ohio. The day after, Andrew Brown Jr., a 42-year-old Black man was killed in a police shooting in Elizabeth City, North Carolina. Even as someone who spent 22 years as a police officer in the New York Police Department, and who is all too aware of how police treat people of color differently than their White peers, I find it difficult to make sense of these events, along with the recent shootings of Daunte Wright, Adam Toledo and others. That they continue happening, especially in an era when police across the country are already under heightened scrutiny, only underscores the urgency of deeper reforms.While many questions still surround these tragedies, one thing is crystal-clear: Police departments across the country must do more to reduce fatal encounters, by investing further in de-escalation training and alternative means...
    Hi there, MarketWatchers. Don’t miss these top stories:Personal FinanceThe secret to landing a second home in this market, according to a realtor/yogi/life coach Here's what buyers need to know right now.I lost my job at 55 and started my own successful business. I now constantly get texts from friends and former coworkers asking how I did it. What do I do? ‘I liken these friends and former colleagues to the kids at school who march right to the head of the lunch line to get their food, without waiting in line like the rest of us.’ My single brother-in-law wants my husband to sign over the family home where he lives — in case my husband dies first. Should I agree? The Moneyist gives what could be his shortest answer to date — with some caveats.U.S. consumers made a record number of complaints in 2020 — this was their No. 1 grievance ‘As consumers dealt with the economic fallout of the pandemic, they increasingly faced problems with financial companies.’‘This is pure politics’: Fewer Americans will get a stimulus check this...
    February 16, 2021 7 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. The ABCs of SEO have changed a bit over the years. Usability and mobile experience have become more important elements in the past five years by an order of magnitude. Beforehand, they weren’t really part of the ranking algorithm much at Google or other search engines. However, as a builder of websites, I find too many clients and counterparts in the SEO and Web development space treating these metrics as if they are the only ones that matter. More than anything, content absolutely remains king – and always will. Google has stated that even if a website has a horrid design and janky user experience, it can still rank first if it has vastly superior content. In my experience, a good SEO strategy involves 30 to 40 percent creation of high-quality, original content, including well-researched, in-depth articles; 30 to 40 percent link-building in a manner that’s as organic as possible; and the remaining 20 to 30 percent is UX, Core Web Vitals...
    OVERNIGHT DEFENSE: Air Force launches probe into Andrews access | Pentagon approves help for FEMA | Navy boot camp instructor dies of COVID-19 NY, NJ governors make joint plea for federal COVID-19 relief, SALT repeal Best & Worst Refinance Mortgage Companies of 2021 Ad Microsoft 19 Great Ways To Supplement Social Security Every Month That Many Didn't Know Ad Microsoft Expert: “This credit card is so good I signed up personally” Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/16 SLIDES © Getty / Phillip Faraone How Long Is Too Long to Stare at These John David Washington Photos? Asking For a Friend OK, I'll admit it: one of the main reasons why I watched Malcolm & Marie was to swoon over John David Washington. While his character may be a horrible excuse for a man, John, on the other hand, should be considered...
    Bridgestone e12 Contact golf balls These Are the Best Fitting Face Masks I’ve Tried Worried About Retirement? Heres How to Combat the 3 Most Common Fears If thinking about retirement stresses you out, you're definitely not alone. A recent Transamerica survey found that nearly 95% of respondents had at least one major worry about retirement, the three most common of which are outlined below. While I'd like to be able to tell you these concerns are overblown, the truth is, they're not. Any of these troubles could affect you, and there's no way to guarantee they won't. But with careful planning, you can reduce the odds of them derailing your retirement. © Provided by The Motley Fool Worried About Retirement? Here's How to Combat the 3 Most Common Fears 1. Outliving your savings and investments The No. 1 retirement concern, shared by 40% of workers surveyed, was that they'd run out of savings. That's understandable when you consider that for some people, retirement will last for more than three decades and require more than $2 million. Building a nest...
    QAnon believer who plotted to kill Nancy Pelosi came to D.C. ready for war What we want from Ubisoft Massive’s open world Star Wars game These $19k SUVs Will Make You Trade in Your Car Ad Microsoft The Highest Paying Cash Back Card Has Hit The Market Ad Microsoft 17 Ways These $20 Lights Will Upgrade Your Home Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/52 SLIDES © RyanJLane / Getty...
    Muriel Bowser:Mayor urges people to avoid DC as Secret Service begins inauguration prep early Sheldon Adelson, casino magnate and major Trump donor, dies aged 87 These $19k SUVs Will Make You Trade in Your Car Ad Microsoft This is a slam dunk if you want a one-card wallet in 2021 Ad Microsoft New Policy For Cars Used Less Than 49 Miles/Day Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/22 SLIDES © Mark Sullivan & Allen Berezovsky / Getty THEN AND NOW: Here's how the longest celebrity couples evolved over the years There are plenty of celebrity couples that have lasted over 20 years.  Even today, they look just as happy as ever. From Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith, who got married in 1997, to David and Victoria Beckham, who...
    Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi have been together for years. Jeff Kravitz & Steve Granitz/ Getty There are plenty of celebrity couples that have lasted over 20 years.  Even today, they look just as happy as ever. From Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith, who got married in 1997, to David and Victoria Beckham, who wed in 1999, these celebrity couples glow as they grow together.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. One of the benefits of a long-term relationship is that you get to grow old together. Long-lasting celebrity couples also do it in the public eye.  Many of these famous couples — from Tim McGraw and Faith Hill to Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi — have gone through various transformations over their decades-spanning relationships.  From then to now, here's how these long-lasting celebrity couples have grown over time. 
    Mariamane Akopyan shows the different stages of her rhinoplasty procedure. Mariamane Akopyan Posting videos showing the before-and-after stages of rhinoplasty has become a viral trend on TikTok. #NoseJobCheck has over one billion views on the social media platform. Videos promoting rhinoplasty are appearing on the For You Page of teenagers as young as 14. Plastic surgeons are enlisting the help of marketing agencies to ensure that these videos reach a younger audience. Charities have expressed their concern that minors are seeing "completely unacceptable" videos. TikTok has banned cosmetic surgery adverts but these videos appear to bypass those rules. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. TikTok, the viral video-sharing app that is famously popular with young teenagers, claims to have banned plastic surgery adverts. Cosmetic surgeons, however, have found a way to bypass the app's existing rules and regulations and promote major surgery that can be psychologically damaging to TikTok's youthful audience.  So many have been successful in doing this that videos promoting various plastic surgery procedures — particularly rhinoplasty, changing the shape of the nose — are...
    Earlier today, MacRumors reported that it is possible to run any iOS app you have purchased on an M1-based Mac, provided you can get access to the right file. Sure enough, if you’ve purchased or downloaded an app for your iPhone or iPad, it is possible to get it running on an M1-based Mac — I am currently looking at the iOS versions of Dark Sky, Spotify, Slack, Netflix, and Gmail on this MacBook Air. Running some of these apps, it’s fairly clear in some cases why these developers haven’t immediately made them available for the Mac in the Mac App Store. Netflix, for example, is bounded inside a window and can’t be resized or go full screen (but it works, and you can even download videos for offline viewing). Instagram is relatively small on the screen, but it also runs fine, you can post, and it seems to hook into the right photo library and camera permissions. (Plus those new Reels and shopping tabs are nowhere to be found.) Many of these apps require Apple’s “Touch Alternatives” system to...
    This article is reprinted by permission from NerdWallet. Mindfulness practice has helped keep me relatively sane throughout the pandemic so far, but no amount of living-in-the-moment can stop me from daydreaming about a time when we can travel freely again. Maybe it will be next spring, or several lifetimes from now, but someday we’ll once again cram into aluminum tubes and soar blissfully through the air together. Some prognosticated changes to the travel industry have already come to pass. Airfare change fees are disappearing across many airlines (albeit mostly for domestic, non-basic-economy fares alone), and airlines got serious about keeping their aircraft surfaces and air clean, introducing new protocols that are unlikely to disappear even after the virus is under control. But what other changes could we see once the pandemic clears? While the present moment remains dismal, let’s cast our minds forward to a utopian travel future.Hotels could offer better accommodations for remote workers One surprising byproduct of this global catastrophe is a sudden, unprecedented wave of remote workers spreading from high-cost coastal cities into the rest of the country. At...
    There’s a lot that goes into finding a face mask that works for you. Do you need one that you can throw in the wash easily? Or are you more focused on buying in bulk? One of the main things I look out for is how the mask secures to your face. I have pretty sensitive ears. My cartilage piercing lasted a whole three months. Headbands are a no-go. And masks with elastics give me headaches if I wear them for more than an hour. So, I went on a hunt to find cloth masks you can wear all day that won’t give you sore ears. Gildan Reusable 3-Layer Cotton Face Mask (Pack of 48): This comfortable face mask comes in a pack of 48, which means you can easily wear a new one each week and donate the rest. The 13” straps can either be tied around your head or ears. Gildan Reusable 3-Layer Cotton Face Mask (Pack of 48)Buy on Amazon$40Buck Mason M1 All-Day Anti-Microbial Face Mask: This is Staff Writer Dan Modlin’s favorite face mask right now....
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