“How did this happen?” Carol Tims told Fox news. “I mean it’s not reality … he’s a cat. Here he is,” she said, holding up the green box where the family keeps Cody’s ashes. “And he’s been dead for a long time.”
A long list of journalism professionals and academics issued a lengthy statement denouncing an open letter that Harper's Magazine published in opposition to what its signatories have described as a stifling environment for free speech... Published in The Objective, Friday's letter took issue with the privilege of Harper's signatories and attempted a point-by-point refutation of many of the statements they made.
“Those four days were the worst four days ever,” says Jackson. “COVID took over my body to the point that I could barely breathe. But I told myself, I'm gonna fight, I’ve gotta go to work, this is my income so I’ve gotta go. I pushed myself to get to that hospital, I could barely walk down the hallway.”
The indictment was made public on Friday in Manhattan federal court, and like the original indictment accused Maxwell of six criminal counts. Maxwell has been charged with luring underage girls so Epstein could sexually abuse them.
“He plagiarized from me, but he can never pull it off,” Trump told reporters Friday morning at the White House. “He likes plagiarizing. It’s a plan that is very radical left but he says the right things because he’s copying what I’ve done.” “The difference is he can’t do it, and he knows he’s not doing that.”
The handout was given to soldiers and personnel at Redstone Arsenal, inviting them to attend a seminar dubbed "Operation Inclusion." The handout featured a pyramid that listed behaviors identified as "overt white supremacy (socially unacceptable)" such as racial slurs and hate crimes. Beneath that are listed things classed as "covert" or socially acceptable forms of "white supremacy."
According to Collins, the IRS had 20 million pieces of unopened mail as of May 16 – about half of which were paper returns... The agency had only processed about 2.7 million paper returns as of May 22... The tax agency said it would pay interest on individual 2019 refunds for returns filed by July 15 – the delayed tax deadline. Interest will “generally be paid from April 15, 2020 until the date of the refund,” the IRS said.