Colin Moynihan, New York Times Published 8:54 pm CDT, Friday, October 26, 2018 HOUSTON, TX - AUGUST 22: Tekashi69 arrives for his arraignment on assault charges in County Criminal Court #1 at the Harris County Courthouse on August 22, 2018 in Houston, Texas. (Photo by Bob Levey/Getty Images) less HOUSTON, TX - AUGUST 22: Tekashi69 arrives for his arraignment on assault charges in County Criminal Court #1 at the Harris County Courthouse on August 22, 2018 in Houston, Texas. (Photo by Bob Levey/Getty ... more Photo: Bob Levey/Getty Images Daniel Hernandez, a.k.a. Tekashi69 Daniel Hernandez, a.k.a. Tekashi69 Photo: Houston Police Department Take a look at celebrities who have had run-ins with the law (and have mugshots to prove it.) Take a look at celebrities who have had run-ins with the law (and have mugshots to prove it.) … [Read more...] about Rapper gets probation for sexually explicit video he made with underage girl
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Todd Spangler Detroit Free Press Published 9:10 AM EDT Oct 18, 2018 WASHINGTON – Most pundits were expecting a knockdown, drag-out battle between Democrat Haley Stevens and Republican Lena Epstein for the open congressional seat being vacated by U.S. Rep. Dave Trott, R-Birmingham. It didn’t happen. Since both won their primaries in August, most handicappers have settled on Stevens as having the best chance to win in this Republican-leaning district as she rides a wave of Democratic enthusiasm that appears to be lifting candidates around the country, especially those in open seats. But whoever wins, the women — both of whom are in their 30s and in many ways represent a surge in first-time women candidates being seen across the country — seem more intent on selling their own messages rather than attacking one another. “They’re being kind to each other,” said Ed Sarpolus, a pollster with Target-Insyght in … [Read more...] about Haley Stevens, Lena Epstein battling for Dave Trott’s seat
Paul F. P. Pogue Angie's List Published 10:10 p.m. UTC Jul 5, 2018 Buying or selling a home can be a daunting task. But doing so without a real estate agent can be even more so. After all, the job of a real estate agent is to cover the many details involved to ensure you’re getting the best possible outcome in your new home purchase or home sale. The benefits Agents bring a number of advantages. They have a vested interest in giving you the best customer service possible, as many depend on referrals and references to grow their customer base. And they also have a deep knowledge of the local real estate market and their ear to the ground about potential new listings and buyers. Further, since they handle scheduling, negotiations and other details, it frees your time to focus on the other aspects of your move and minimizes the risk of disagreements between you and the other party. Using a buyer's agent A homebuyer should consider a few key factors before soliciting the help … [Read more...] about Angie’s List: Do I need a real estate agent?
WINDSOR, England — Prince Harry and best man Prince William arrived in formal military dress Saturday at Windsor Castle for Harry’s wedding to American actress Meghan Markle, joining thousands of well-plumed guests invited to St. George’s Chapel to celebrate the trans-Atlantic union. A host of celebrities and athletes — including Oprah Winfrey, Idris Elba, Elton John, George and Amal Clooney, Serena Williams, James Corden and David and Victoria Beckham — were among those who arrived in the bright sunshine at Windsor for the ceremony being avidly watched in Britain and around the world. Prior to the festivities, Queen Elizabeth II honored her red-headed, 33-year-old grandson with a new title: the Duke of Sussex. That means that Markle will become the Duchess of Sussex when she says “I will.” The wedding is a global event, thanks to Harry’s status as a senior British royal and Markle’s celebrity after starring on the U.S. television … [Read more...] about Princes Harry, best man William arrive for royal wedding
Vera Artis would seem to be a perfect fit for the state program created decades ago to ease the property tax burden on homeowners with modest incomes.She has no major assets beyond the tidy East Baltimore townhouse that she and her husband, now deceased, bought in the 1980s. Social Security and a pension bring in just $16,000 a year. "Money," she says, "is tight."And in fact, based on her income, the state would have picked up more than half of her $1,280 property tax bill this year — if only she had known to apply for the help.The subsidy that Artis, 61, is missing out on is called the Homeowners' Property Tax Credit, not to be confused with the Homestead Property Tax Credit open to all homeowners regardless of wealth.To qualify for the homeowners' credit, applicants cannot have household income over $60,000 or assets of $200,000 or more, excluding their primary residence and retirement savings. In some cases, the credit can wipe out a homeowner's entire annual property tax … [Read more...] about Many don’t know about tax break for lower-income homeowners