Picture: AFP Twan Huys: Hello. Hi. Welcome. Take a seat. You traveled today to the Netherlands. Stormy Daniels: I did. Huys: It’s good to say, I think, we taped this show and we didn’t pay you to do this interview, right? Daniels: Absolutely not. Huys: No. Do you ask money for interviews? Daniels: Not usually, no. Huys: Can you tell me how you are since this all happened with you and Donald Trump? Daniels: It’s been a pretty crazy ride. I’d say if I had to use one word, it would be “intense.” Some days are really exciting and fun. I would be lying if I said that they weren’t. Some days are downright scary. Most, it’s been stressful. Lots of traveling, lots of interviews, lots of questions, lots of scrutiny. Huys: We’re going to talk about all of this. Scrutiny, especially. What happens to you? Daniels: Just a lot of people thinking that I’m doing this for the wrong reasons or that I should keep my mouth shut … [Read more...] about Transcript: Stormy Daniels speaks about feeling threatened, the Cohen news and how 2018 has changed her life
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It’s no secret that in Germany, Versicherung, or insurance, is king. Whether it is to cover your home, car, work-life or person, you want to make sure that you are in-the-know about which services you should have. We are here to help with a full guide to the different types of insurances and when you might need them. Insurance for when you’re sick With so many different kinds of health insurance, it's good to know the differences. Photo: DPA Krankenversicherung (health insurance) is the mack-daddy of all insurances, because without health insurance you are not even allowed to be in the country. There are two basic types of health insurance in Germany - public and private. And trust us, there are some big differences between the two. Public, or statutory health insurance, is required for everyone earning less than €4,462.50 per month, or €53,550 per year, and what you pay as a … [Read more...] about What you need to know about the complicated world of German insurance
Scotland By Lucy Adams & Marc Ellison BBC Scotland correspondent 7 June 2018 Share this with Facebook Share this with Twitter Share this with Messenger Share this with Messenger Share this with Email Share Share this with These are external links and will open in a new window Email Share this with Email Facebook Share this with Facebook Messenger Share this with Messenger Messenger Share this with Messenger Twitter Share this with Twitter Pinterest Share this with Pinterest WhatsApp Share this with WhatsApp LinkedIn Share this with LinkedIn Copy this link https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-44151702 Read more about sharing. These are external links and will open in a new window Close share panel The basic cost of a burial in Scotland has risen on average by 75% since 2010, BBC Scotland research has revealed.A recent Citizens Advice Scotland review said of … [Read more...] about Basic burial costs rise 75% in eight years
Barbara Marquand NerdWallet Published 11:00 p.m. UTC May 28, 2018 A vital part of any financial plan is making sure loved ones would be OK if you died while they still depended on you. For most people that means buying life insurance. Term life insurance is the most affordable and simplest kind, and it’s sufficient for most families. It covers you for a certain number of years — in contrast to permanent life insurance, such as whole life, which covers your entire life. But even with a simple term life policy, you can trick out the coverage with extra features, called life insurance riders. They enhance your coverage but usually add to the cost. First things first You want to understand the options, but don’t let the extras distract you from your main goal. “Lead first with getting the proper amount of coverage with the correct length of policy at the most competitive price,” says Scott W. Johnson, owner of Marindependent Insurance Services in … [Read more...] about Life insurance extras: Which coverage riders are worth the price?
Jennifer Harris was 28 when she disappeared on May 12, 2002. Her Jeep was found abandoned on the side of the road. Six days later, a fisherman found her nude body floating in the Red River. Police learned Jennifer had told at least one other person she was pregnant. Initially, while she was missing, police reached out to the two men in her life – James Hamilton, her ex-boyfriend, and Rob Holman, her ex-husband. Both denied seeing her the night she disappeared. Both have denied being involved in the murder and neither has been arrested or charged with any crime related to Harris' murder. The case grew cold and along the way became part of the Bonham folklore – and its rumor mill. In 2017, then-newly elected Fannin County Sheriff Mark Johnson made good on a campaign promise to take a second look at the Jennifer Harris case. What he found was limited information and some evidence that had been damaged and destroyed by water getting into a storage pod. Johnson says he … [Read more...] about Unsolved murder case is the talk of small Texas town 16 years later