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For almost three decades, 81-year-old David Lidstone has lived in the woods of New Hampshire along the Merrimack River in a small cabin adorned with solar panels. As the owner of the land seeks to tear down the cabin, Lidstone has been jailed since July 15 on a civil contempt sanction. Jodie Gedeon, an avid kayaker who befriended Lidstone about 20 years ago, is working with other supporters to help him, including organizing a petition drive and collecting money to cover property taxes.
- Access Hollywood
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s newborn baby girl Lilibet has made her debut in the Duchess’ 40th birthday video, Access Hollywood can confirm. In a funny birthday video of Meghan having a conversation with Melissa McCarthy, there is a quick moment where the camera quickly pans to reveal a trio of framed photos on the desk of their Montecito, California, home. While the photo appears blurry, the middle photo shows Harry cradling daughter Lili while leaning towards her face, a spokesperson for Archewell confirmed to Access Hollywood.
Kylie Jenner just won Leo season.
Looks like someone understood the assignment!
- Women's Health
The DWTS alum powers her workouts with green drinks and smoothies.
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A common financial rule of thumb is that you should have $1 million saved for retirement, but this piece of advice may now be outdated -- you may actually need roughly double that. At least, that's...
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Steph Curry will earn about $59.6 million during the 2025-26 season.
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Being a teacher is hard enough as it is.
The pop star showed off her "favorite" new swimwear in a cute Instagram video
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Wednesday's big NBA free agency news helps the Sixers in an unexpected way. By Adam Hermann
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A U.S. judge on Wednesday sanctioned two lawyers who brought a lawsuit alleging the 2020 presidential election was stolen from Donald Trump and his supporters, calling their case "one enormous conspiracy theory." "This lawsuit was filed with a woeful lack of investigation," U.S. Magistrate Judge N. Reid Neureiter said in a lengthy written decision https://storage.courtlistener.com/recap/gov.uscourts.cod.203235/gov.uscourts.cod.203235.136.0.pdf, which came four months after he dismissed the case. Neureiter ordered the two lawyers, Gary D. Fielder and Ernest John Walker, to pay the legal fees incurred by people and entities they sued, including Facebook Inc and voting machine company Dominion Voting Systems Inc.
Republican U.S. Representative Mo Brooks asked a federal judge on Wednesday to grant him immunity from a civil lawsuit alleging a speech he delivered to then-President Donald Trump's supporters on Jan. 6 helped incite the attack on the Capitol. In a series of court filings, Brooks addressed a decision by the Justice Department issued last week https://www.reuters.com/world/us/us-justice-dept-wont-defend-republican-lawmaker-capitol-riot-lawsuit-2021-07-28, which determined it could not defend the Alabama congressman because he was not acting within his scope of employment as a member of Congress when he spoke at the rally. Brooks is a co-defendant with Trump and several others in a lawsuit brought by Democratic Representative Eric Swalwell in the U.S District Court for the District of Columbia, before Judge Amit Mehta.
- USA TODAY