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Source: New York Times

Out of Prison, Fiancée in Kayak Case Says, ‘I’m Not Heartless’

Monday 20:01 GMT

Tests had found that removing the plug from the kayak was not enough in itself to cause the kayak the capsize, prosecutors said, and Mr. Viafore was not wearing a life jacket or wet suit and the couple had alcohol with them on the trip.

In recent weeks, following her release from prison in December and nearly three years after her arrest, Ms. Graswald has started speaking publicly about the case for the first time, granting interviews to the television newsmagazine “20/20,” as well as Dr. Oz and The New York Times. She said she wanted to confront the way she has been portrayed and share what she has been “bundling up inside.”

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Source: The Guradian

'She doesn't notice what I've done': five couples on how they split the housework

Sunday 14:30 GMT

At the weekend, either you do housework and feel guilty for not doing something interesting, or you do something interesting and feel guilty for not doing housework.

Mostly, things get done and it doesn’t feel like a drain; but I could do a better job of being vocal about stuff I think needs doing.

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Source: NBC News

Are you guilty of financial infidelity?

Sunday 22:44 GMT

All of these transgressions fall into the broad category of financial infidelity — which encompasses everything from shading the truth to omitting important (but relevant) information to outright lies.

For that reason, we're especially concerned about the 27 percent of respondents to the Financial Shades Of Grey Quiz we posted on The Balance who incurred debts without telling their partner. We're also more worried about the 20 percent who lent money without discussing it first than we are about the 41 percent who lied about how much something cost.

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Source: NBC News

Woman pleads guilty in murder of son, 8, thought to be gay

Saturday 22:45 GMT

The mother of Gabriel Fernandez, the 8-year-old Palmdale, California, boy who died in 2013 after being routinely beaten and starved, pleaded guilty to first-degree murder on Thursday and admitted her son's death involved the infliction of torture.

The case is reminiscent of the November murder of 14-year-old Giovanni Melton, whose dad, Wendell Melton, allegedly shot and killed him because he could not accept his son's sexuality.


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