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Palm Coast mayor accuses husband, former undersheriff, of rape

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Palm Coast mayor accuses husband, former undersheriff, of rape

- Intimate details of divorce case aired in court. Frank Fernandez @frankfff PALM COAST — As part of an ongoing divorce case, Palm Coast Mayor Milissa Holland is accusing her husband, David O’Brien, a former commander with the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office, of raping her while she was semi-conscious or unconscious after taking painkillers and drinking wine at home in 2013, records show
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29th newborn turned over to state under Iowa safe haven law

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29th newborn turned over to state under Iowa safe haven law

- DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) -- Authorities say another newborn has been turned over to state custody under Iowa's safe haven law. The Iowa Human Services Department said in a news release Friday the child was born July 25 and released to state custody. The department didn't say where the birth took place. The department says it's the 29th time the law has been used to protect the welfare of an infant since the law was approved following a 2001 case in which a teenage mother in eastern Iowa killed her home-delivered newborn
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Is this Oakland County's most toxic divorce ever?

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Is this Oakland County's most toxic divorce ever?

- Omer Tsimhoni and his ex-wife Maya Eibschitz-Tsimhoni, have been litigating their divorce for almost eight years over custody of their three kids. Buy Photo. Story Highlights Controversial divorce case galvanized advocates for father's rights. Supporters of the mother insist children can't be forced to love someone. Eight years after it began, the litigation continues. Lawyers on both side have since dropped out of the case so both parties are still representing themselves
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Anthony Scaramucci’s wife filed for divorce from him when she was 9 months pregnant: report

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Anthony Scaramucci’s wife filed for divorce from him when she was 9 months pregnant: report

- Anthony Scaramucci’s wife was reportedly nine-months pregnant when she filed for divorce from the new White House Communications Director. According to Page Six, Deidre Scaramucci (née Ball) filed divorce papers on July 6 at the Nassau County Supreme Court in Long Island, New York, when she was still pregnant with the couple’s son James. On Monday, Deidre reportedly gave birth to James while Anthony was with President Donald Trump at the Boy Scouts Jamboree in West Virginia
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Anthony Scaramucci’s Wife Has Reportedly Filed for Divorce

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Anthony Scaramucci’s Wife Has Reportedly Filed for Divorce

- Anthony Scaramucci’s wife of three years, Deidre Ball, has filed for divorce from the White House communications director, “Page Six” reports. “Page Six” cites multiple sources who say Ball, who previously served as a vice-president of investor relations for the firm Scaramucci founded, SkyBridge Capital, was “fed up with his ruthless quest to get close to President Trump,” who she reportedly despises
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Another baby turned over under Iowa safe haven law

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Another baby turned over under Iowa safe haven law

- DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) - Authorities say another newborn has been turned over to state custody under Iowa's safe haven law. The Iowa Human Services Department said in a news release Thursday the child was born July 6 and released to state custody. The department didn't say where the birth took place. It's the 28th time the law has been used to protect the welfare of an infant since the law was approved following a 2001 case in which a teenage mother in eastern Iowa killed her home-delivered newborn
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Another Newborn Protected by Iowa’s Safe Haven Law

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Another Newborn Protected by Iowa’s Safe Haven Law

- DES MOINES, Iowa — A newborn Iowa girl will soon be up for adoption thanks to Iowa’s Safe Haven law. The girl was born on July 5th and given up by her mother. Iowa’s Safe Haven law allows any mother to give up a newborn for adoption without facing criminal charges. This is the 28th time a child has been safely given up for adoption under the law
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RHOMiami Alum Joanna Krupa Calls 4-Year Marriage to Romain Zago 'Irretrievably Broken' in Divorce Filing

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RHOMiami Alum Joanna Krupa Calls 4-Year Marriage to Romain Zago 'Irretrievably Broken' in Divorce Filing

- The former Real Housewives of Miami star and Romain Zago have jointly filed for divorce after nearly four years of marriage. According to legal documents obtained by TMZ, Krupa, who is listed as the petitioner, claims their marriage is “irretrievably broken,” and both parties have agreed to not seek spousal support from one another. FROM PEN: Nicole Kidman Learned a ‘Great Life Lesson’ from Baz Luhrmann During Her Divorce
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Family ties for travel ban based on immigration law

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Family ties for travel ban based on immigration law

- HONOLULU (AP) — Attorneys for the U.S. government say the close family relationships allowed under the Trump administration’s travel ban are based on definitions outlined by immigration law. A U.S. Supreme Court ruling allowed the administration to partially restore the travel ban last week. People from six majority-Muslim countries who want news visas will have to prove a close family relationship or a relationship with an entity such as a business in the U
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Natalie Maines Files for Divorce from Adrian Pasdar: Report

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Natalie Maines Files for Divorce from Adrian Pasdar: Report

- This chick’s flying the coop. Natalie Maines has filed for divorce from her husband of 17 years, actor Adrian Pasdar, citing irreconcilable differences, TMZ reports. Maines, 42, and the Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. star, 52, are parents to two sons, 16-year-old Jackson Slade and Beckett Finn, 13 this month. Maines has reportedly requested joint custody. A source tells TMZ the split is amicable
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Q&A: Coin to mark Alaska's landmark 1945 civil rights law

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Q&A: Coin to mark Alaska's landmark 1945 civil rights law

- By BECKY BOHRER Associated Press JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) - The U.S. Mint has proposed a new $1 coin with designs honoring a landmark anti-discrimination law that passed in territorial Alaska in 1945, years before the U.S. Civil Rights Act. The Alaska Native woman influential in the law's passage, Elizabeth Peratrovich, is featured on most of the design options. The new coin, scheduled for release in 2020, is part of a mint program honoring Native Americans and their contributions
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Immigration law experts react to SCOTUS decision on travel ban

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Immigration law experts react to SCOTUS decision on travel ban

- Anchorage Police accepting donations for back-to-school clothing drive by Daybreak Staff on Jun 27, 9:43 The nonprofit, Anchorage Cops for Community, is asking for clothing donations for its annual back-to-school clothing drive called The Clothesline Project. From now until Friday, June 30 you can drop-off new or gently used clothing for students k-12 at the Anchorage Police Department located 4501 Elmore Road
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Donald Trump has “violated US immigration law”: Virginia court revokes travel ban

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Donald Trump has “violated US immigration law”: Virginia court revokes travel ban

- The 3-member court said that the US President had discriminated against people based on their nationality Another federal appeals court has upheld a decision blocking President Donald Trump's revised travel ban. The ruling today from a unanimous three-judge panel of the 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals deals the administration another legal defeat as the Supreme Court considers a separate case on the issue
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Williamsport mayor's wife seeks divorce, claims marriage 'tainted by abuse'

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Williamsport mayor's wife seeks divorce, claims marriage 'tainted by abuse'

- WILLIAMSPORT - The wife of Williamsport Mayor Gabriel J. Campana has filed for divorce alleging he has engaged in unspecified acts with other women. Sonia Campana's divorce complaint filed Thursday in Lycoming County also accuses the mayor of other indignities. She claims their marriage has been "tainted by abuse" and she fears for her safety and the well-being of their children
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Huma Abedin files for divorce from Anthony Weiner

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Huma Abedin files for divorce from Anthony Weiner

- Weiner pleaded guilty Friday to transferring obscene material to a minor. . Huma Abedin files for divorce from Anthony Weiner Weiner pleaded guilty Friday to transferring obscene material to a minor (CNN) — Huma Abedin has filed for divorce from former Rep. Anthony Weiner, a move she made prior to Weiner pleading guilty Friday to transferring obscene material to a minor, a source familiar with the matter told CNN
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Huma Abedin files for divorce from Anthony Weiner

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Huma Abedin files for divorce from Anthony Weiner

- Weiner pleaded guilty Friday to transferring obscene material to a minor. . Huma Abedin files for divorce from Anthony Weiner Weiner pleaded guilty Friday to transferring obscene material to a minor (CNN) — Huma Abedin has filed for divorce from former Rep. Anthony Weiner, a move she made prior to Weiner pleading guilty Friday to transferring obscene material to a minor, a source familiar with the matter told CNN
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  • Palm Coast mayor accuses husband, former undersheriff, of rape
    Palm Coast mayor accuses husband, former undersheriff, of rape

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    Intimate details of divorce case aired in court. Frank Fernandez @frankfff PALM COAST — As part of an ongoing divorce case, Palm Coast Mayor Milissa Holland is accusing her husband, David O’Brien, a former commander with the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office, of raping her while she was semi-conscious or unconscious after taking painkillers and drinking wine at home in 2013, records show
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Divorce

  • Finances revealed in Palm Coast mayor's divorce case
    Finances revealed in Palm Coast mayor's divorce case

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    Holland's attorney cancels Wednesday hearing. Matt Bruce @Matt_BruceDBNJ BUNNELL — A divorce hearing for Palm Coast Mayor Milissa Holland and her estranged husband, former Flagler County Sheriff's Office commander David O'Brien, was canceled Wednesday but attorneys filed affidavits for both sides that shed light on their respective finances. Holland and O'Brien were scheduled to appear Wednesday morning at the Kim C
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Family law

  • Finances revealed in Palm Coast mayor's divorce case
    Finances revealed in Palm Coast mayor's divorce case

    , news-journalonline.com

    Holland's attorney cancels Wednesday hearing. Matt Bruce @Matt_BruceDBNJ BUNNELL — A divorce hearing for Palm Coast Mayor Milissa Holland and her estranged husband, former Flagler County Sheriff's Office commander David O'Brien, was canceled Wednesday but attorneys filed affidavits for both sides that shed light on their respective finances. Holland and O'Brien were scheduled to appear Wednesday morning at the Kim C
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Immigration

  • Donald Trump has “violated US immigration law”: Virginia court revokes travel ban
    Donald Trump has “violated US immigration law”: Virginia court revokes travel ban

    , dnaindia.com

    The 3-member court said that the US President had discriminated against people based on their nationality Another federal appeals court has upheld a decision blocking President Donald Trump's revised travel ban. The ruling today from a unanimous three-judge panel of the 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals deals the administration another legal defeat as the Supreme Court considers a separate case on the issue
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Civil rights

  • Q&A: Coin to mark Alaska's landmark 1945 civil rights law
    Q&A: Coin to mark Alaska's landmark 1945 civil rights law

    , khq.com

    By BECKY BOHRER Associated Press JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) - The U.S. Mint has proposed a new $1 coin with designs honoring a landmark anti-discrimination law that passed in territorial Alaska in 1945, years before the U.S. Civil Rights Act. The Alaska Native woman influential in the law's passage, Elizabeth Peratrovich, is featured on most of the design options. The new coin, scheduled for release in 2020, is part of a mint program honoring Native Americans and their contributions
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Labour

  • UPDATE: Bosco's owner responds to child labor violation allegations
    UPDATE: Bosco's owner responds to child labor violation allegations

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    UPDATE: John Weddleton, an Anchorage Assembly man who ran afoul of child labor laws, says there were two incidents where 15-year-old workers incorrectly filled out time cards or worked longer hours than they should have. There was also an instance where a 15-year-old threw trash bags into a dumpster at the Dimond Center, Weddleton said. Weddleton is the owner of Bosco's, a group of retail stores in Anchorage specializing in
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Safe Haven

  • Gov. Malloy urges awareness of Safe Haven Law
    Gov. Malloy urges awareness of Safe Haven Law

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    HARTFORD, Conn. (WTNH) — Governor Dannel Malloy and Department of Children and Families Commissioner (DCF) Joette Katz are urging for greater public awareness of the state’s Safe Haven law, which designates hospital emergency rooms as a location where newborn babies can be safely relinquished, no questions asked. The law protects parents from being prosecuted for abandonment and ensures the infant will be safe and receive adequate care
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