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January 24, 2010
Dear Amy: I invited my mother-in-law to come live with us 13 years ago. I thought this arrangement might last five years, tops (she was 76). The arrangement has had many benefits for all of us. The downside is lack of privacy. She has consistently undermined our parenting principles; our sex life is near nothing; and I am feeling resentful. Our son will be heading off to college next fall. This past year I was diagnosed with cancer. I am conscious of the preciousness of time, and I want my husband to myself once our kid is gone.
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BUSINESS
March 7, 2014 | By Ronald D. White
Millennials stand out among other generations for their optimism over personal finances and America's future, according to a new national survey released Friday by the Pew Research Center. But the upbeat thinking among the 18-to-33-year-old crowd is also marked by near or at record levels of detachment and distrust of traditional institutions, the report also said. “Millennials are forging a distinctive path into adulthood. " said Paul Taylor, Pew Research Center's executive vice president for special projects and author of the new book "The Next America.
NATIONAL
January 24, 2010 | By L.L. Brasier
During a single week in August, Faye Miller's comfortable world vanished. That's when Miller, 51, a homemaker in Rochester Hills, Mich., took her therapist's advice and started to examine her marriage. Through Google and phone records, she learned: Her husband of 10 years, Dr. Kenneth Mitchell, already had a wife in California when he married Miller. In 2003 he married another woman in Quebec. And Mitchell, 48, who attended Lutheran church with Miller, had converted to Islam in 2002, taken the Arabic name Mustafa and traveled twice to Saudi Arabia on religious pilgrimages, according to court records.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 13, 2012 | By Christie D'Zurilla
So much for "Forever in Love," Kenny G. Twenty years after that tune came out - and also 20 years after Kenneth Bruce Gorelick and Balynda Benson-Gorelick said "I do" - the smooth-jazz man has filed for divorce. The papers, filed Thursday and obtained by TMZ, cite irreconcilable differences and indicate he's seeking joint custody of their 14-year-old son, Noah. Kenny didn't exactly strike first. Balynda filed for legal separation back in January, according to E! News, a move that's reflected in the paperwork.
NEWS
September 6, 2012 | By Seema Mehta
CHARLOTTE, N.C. - A young man who is the son of two lesbians lauded President Obama on Thursday for supporting his parents' marriage and blasted GOP nominee Mitt Romney  for suggesting that his family was not legitimate. “Gov. Romney says he's against same-sex marriage because every child deserves a mother and a father. I think every child deserves a family as loving and committed as mine,” Zach Wahl told thousands of cheering delegates and guests at the Democratic National Convention.
WORLD
June 6, 2013 | By Carol J. Williams
Russian President Vladimir Putin and his wife of nearly 30 years announced on state television Thursday that they are divorcing. Those curious about what caused the breakup won't have to wait for a tell-all book: Lyudmila Putina dished the dirt on her caddish husband more than a decade ago. Russia's first couple gave little explanation for their decision to end the marriage in the brief television appearance, other than the president's assertion...
NEWS
May 15, 2011 | By Katherine Skiba, Washington Bureau
Newt Gingrich says he doesn’t expect to be vice president, and, he says, he's made personal mistakes. The Republican presidential hopeful, appearing on NBC’s “Meet the Press” Sunday, threw back to moderator David Gregory a question about the No. 2 spot. “Can you imagine any presidential nominee who would pick me to be the vice presidential candidate?” Gingrich, the former House speaker, asked. “As Reagan said in ’76 when he was hoping Ford would not ask him, nobody could automatically say no to the president of the United States," he said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 4, 2010 | By Maura Dolan, Los Angeles Times Staff Writer
A federal judge in San Francisco decided today that gays and lesbians have a constitutional right to marry, striking down Proposition 8, the voter approved ballot measure that banned same-sex unions. U.S. District Chief Judge Vaughn R. Walker said Proposition 8, passed by voters in November 2008, violated the federal constitutional rights of gays and lesbians to marry the partners of their choice.. His ruling is expected to be appealed to the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals and then up to the U.S. Supreme Court.
NEWS
May 11, 2012 | By Mark Z. Barabak
WASHINGTON-- Having graduated to the role of elder statesman -- his thick mane gone white,  the boom years now lauded by politicians of both parties -- it is clear the political transformation of William Jefferson Clinton has been among the most successful of recent past presidents. It is thus easy to forget the stumbles that marked his tenure long before Monica Lewinsky became a household name, which offer instruction for today's politicians. The 1994 Republican revolution, when the GOP seized control of the House for the first time in four decades, was the obvious low point of Clinton's first term (even if the overreach and foibles of one Speaker Newt Gingrich ultimately helped lift Clinton to easy reelection two years later.)
ENTERTAINMENT
May 2, 2012 | By F. Kathleen Foley
Rita O'Farrell's “Pedestrian,” now at the Lounge Theatre, initially debuted at the 2011 Hollywood Fringe Festival.  There's still something palpably “fringey” about the play, which is certainly not of the stick-to-your-ribs school of theater. But, although O'Farrell doesn't quite manage to say anything particularly novel about the state of human relationships, her roughly hour-long play largely succeeds as a comical divertissement. The plot revolves around Dennis (Daniel Ball)
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