- Do you have any words of wisdom for those of us still working in an office on handling the various attitudes and personal responsibilities to one another during this time?
- A co-worker recently said she was “uncomfortable” about the amount of traveling I do on my days off and requested I always wear a mask around her.
News from all over the USA
- Dear Amy: My live-in boyfriend of four years is selfish, defiant, impatient and impossible to talk to.
- If things don’t change radically, your teenage son might be on his way to becoming the same type of hard-drinking man-boy that your partner is.
- Companies that do not have to compete against other bidders for contracts were already required to disclose political contributions, but city departments haven’t provided recent evidence that such disclosures are reviewed during the process, Overschmidt said.
- Auditor spokeswoman Tayler Overschmidt said Tuesday that O’Brien recommended multiple improvements then that some city departments followed, but not Hancock’s office.
- “Ever since they started denying the election result, I kind of knew it was heading this way,” said Demme, the county’s former Republican Party chairman who has opposed President Donald Trump and is now an independent.
- — In the 36 hours after last week’s deadly insurrection at the U.S. Capitol, 112 Republicans reached out to the election office in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, to change their party registration.
- ROME — Pope Francis changed church law Monday to explicitly allow women to do more things during Mass, granting them access to the most sacred place on the altar, while continuing to affirm that they cannot be priests.
- Phyllis Zagano, who was a member of the pope’s first study commission, called the changes important given they represent the first time the Vatican has explicitly and through canon law allowed women access to the altar.