Laurens County women found with stolen mail, packages and personal information, deputies say

Two Upstate women were found in a car with stolen mail and packages as well as a binder full of personal information from multiple people, according to the Laurens County Sheriff’s Office. Kayla Rae Bradberry and Patricia Ann Harvey were pulled over at 2 a.m. Sunday, deputies said. Bradberry was charged with trafficking in meth, 41 counts of petit larceny and seven counts of receiving stolen goods.Harvey was charged with possession of meth.Deputies said they pulled over a vehicle on Fairview Road for a defective tag light and failure to stop for a stop sign. The driver of the vehicle … Read More

Judd Apatow on the Painful Art of Writing Personal Comedy

The ‘King of Staten Island’ director and co-writer reveals his talent discovery process (Pete Davidson, Melissa McCarthy), the habit he picked up from ‘SNL’ boss Lorne Michaels and the aftermath of Trump: “I’m definitely nervous.”

Judd Apatow — the prolific filmmaker and producer responsible for the R-rated comedy boom, the latest entry being the dramedy The King of Staten Island — could never comprehend the benefits his comedic compatriot and Saturday Night Live maestro Lorne Michaels felt from taking a stroll for an hour or more each day. That all changed with the COVID-19 pandemic.

Apatow, 53, started walking two

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15 Personal-Finance Lessons We Can All Learn From the Year of Covid-19

With 2020 in the rearview mirror, and the end of the pandemic (fingers crossed) in sight, there’s a lot of economic damage to be assessed. But there are also a lot of personal-finance lessons we can learn—lessons that will put us in good stead, whatever the economic future holds.

Lessons about the importance of emergency funds and having different income streams. Lessons about how this time really isn’t different (no matter how much it feels different). Lessons about how personal finance is truly personal. And much more.

These are some of the lessons we

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Everything about Trump’s impeachment trial is personal

These House managers were lawyers and witnesses and victims simultaneously. And as they spoke to the American public, they emphasized their multiple roles as victims and witnesses, while noting that some of the very people sitting in the Senate chamber are accomplices, too.

Last year, Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.), then the Senate majority leader, reprimanded Democrats who wouldn’t sit patiently while Trump slowly cycled through the stages of election grief until he eventually arrived at acceptance — even though the president was giving every indication that he planned on setting down roots somewhere between anger and denial. Now McConnell has

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Santiago ‘Morro’ Garcia death ‘motivated by personal problems’

Argentina’s first division club Godoy Cruz have said the death of their Uruguay striker Santiago “Morro” Garcia was “motivated by personal problems.”

Garcia, 30, was found dead in his home in Mendoza by police on Saturday.

The player had missed training sessions on Thursday and Friday.

“We have been silent until now out of respect for the person who was our top scorer and for his family, until they were duly noted,” a club statement said.

“We are obliged, in the face of the news and posts

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After suffering personal tragedy, Rep. Raskin steps up to lead prosecution of Trump

Raskin, a Harvard-educated, former constitutional law professor serving in his third term in the House, was the lead author of the impeachment article in the wake of the Jan. 6 melee at the U.S. Capitol.

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