by Dillon Erickson Q. My ex is trying to get out of paying child support by concocting a plan for our 16- year-old daughter to get married. Can he do that? A. The short answer is yes, for now. In Idaho, a court can only make child custody and child support decisions for a minor childContinue reading “It’s the Law: Legal loophole: Get your child married to get out of paying child support”
Category Archives: Controversy
Mental Health Mondays: 8 Ways to Make a Narcissist Respect You
In today’s article, I’m empowering you with eight ways to make a narcissist respect you… forever. Are you ready? Let’s dive in. Let’s face it, knowing how to make a narcissist respect you isn’t easy. If you’ve ever wondered to yourself or asked yourself the question, “how to make a narcissist respect me,” then this article isContinue reading “Mental Health Mondays: 8 Ways to Make a Narcissist Respect You”
True Crime Sundays: Oklahoma woman: Sex offender controlled my daughter’s family
by Sean Murphy HENRYETTA, Okla. (AP) — As law enforcement officials went silent while investigating what led to the killing of seven people in rural Oklahoma, family members of those slain recalled the domineering nature of one of the dead, who was a registered sex offender. Since announcing the bodies were found Monday, authorities haveContinue reading “True Crime Sundays: Oklahoma woman: Sex offender controlled my daughter’s family”
An elderly man was scammed out of millions. Could the bank have done more to prevent fraud?
by Amritpal Kaur Sandhu-Longoria, USA Today Why would 76-year-old Larry Cook transfer over $3.6 million out of the country just before his death? That was tickling the mind of Janine Satterfield as she was mourning her beloved uncle. A decorated veteran who served with the U.S. Navy as commander for 24 years until 1992, heContinue reading “An elderly man was scammed out of millions. Could the bank have done more to prevent fraud?”
Mental Health Mondays: What The Narcissist Does When You Go No Contact.
So you finally made the decision to go no contact and have no clue what to expect. The narcissists in your life acted like they didn’t want to be bothered with you while you were together, so as far as you’re concerned this should be easy. We would all hope that our relationships would workContinue reading “Mental Health Mondays: What The Narcissist Does When You Go No Contact.”
True Crime Sundays: Doomsday plot? After 3 years, slain kids’ mom to stand trial
by Rebecca Boone BOISE, Idaho (AP) — It has been more than three years since police announced that two kids were missing from a rural eastern Idaho town, and each twist in the grim investigation has seemed stranger than the last. Their mother claimed to be a deity, her estranged husband wrote in divorce papers.Continue reading “True Crime Sundays: Doomsday plot? After 3 years, slain kids’ mom to stand trial”
History Lesson Tuesday: 1960 FDA Approves “The Pill”.
On May 9, 1960, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approves the world’s first commercially produced birth-control pill—Enovid-10, made by the G.D. Searle Company of Chicago, Illinois. Development of “the pill,” as it became popularly known, was initially commissioned by birth-control pioneer Margaret Sanger and funded by heiress Katherine McCormick. Sanger, who opened the first birth-control clinicContinue reading “History Lesson Tuesday: 1960 FDA Approves “The Pill”.”
True Crime Sundays: A look at who’s who in the murder trial of slain kids’ mom
by Rebecca Boone BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Prosecutors say the mother charged in a triple murder case took part in a complex conspiracy that included unusual spiritual beliefs and efforts to kill those who stood in the way of her goals. Here, a look at the defendants and some of the witnesses in the trial of Lori VallowContinue reading “True Crime Sundays: A look at who’s who in the murder trial of slain kids’ mom”
IRS audit: What triggers it and what are red flags that increase the chance of being audited
by Elisabeth Buchwald As you work on your tax return, you may be wondering if there’s anything you can do to avoid being audited. When you’re audited by the Internal Revenue Service, it means your return was selected from a batch of returns for a closer inspection. Sometimes returns are selected at random for a closerContinue reading “IRS audit: What triggers it and what are red flags that increase the chance of being audited”
True Crime Sundays: Widening manhunt for Texas gunman slowed by “zero leads”
by Juan Lozano and Paul J Weber Investigators found clothes and a phone while combing a rural area that includes dense layers of forest, but tracking dogs lost the man’s scent. CLEVELAND, Texas — A widening manhunt for a Texas gunman who fatally shot five neighbors continued coming up empty Sunday as officers knocked on doors, theContinue reading “True Crime Sundays: Widening manhunt for Texas gunman slowed by “zero leads””