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Falsely Accused? Here's How to Respond. Most People Do the Opposite, Harvard Study Finds

People who are falsely accused tend to get angry--which makes others believe that they are indeed guilty. Those are the highly frustrating results of a new study from researchers at Harvard. If you're an employer, you need to watch out for your own instincts, which could lead you to assume an innocent person has done something wrong. And, importantly, you should use this information to temper your own reactions if you're ever falsely accused yourself.
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The Independent

Passengers and crew scramble to restrain man attempting to open door of Delta flight

Witnesses have described the terrifying moment crew asked for ‘strong men’ to help subdue a passenger who tried to open a door on a Delta flight from Los Angeles to Atlanta.An eyewitness said on Twitter that passenger grabbed the public addresss system in the front galley and made an announcement telling others to take their seats and to be prepared to put on their oxygen masks, before attempting to force open the door.Someone tried hijacking our plane from LAX to ATL pic.twitter.com/fkPDPR60hu— AB (@alifuckingburns) June 12, 2021The passenger appeared to be wearing an orange life jacket.In response, flight attendants asked...
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‘Unique problem’: Catholic bishops split over Biden’s support for abortion rights

At some point this weekend, Joe Biden will take his place in a line of people approaching the altar of a Catholic church to receive communion. The US president, a devout Catholic whose speeches regularly include biblical references and who carries a rosary that belonged to his late son, attends Mass every weekend – in Washington, his home town of Wilmington in Delaware, or wherever he happens to be traveling. If the traditional Sunday morning Eucharist service is not possible because of his schedule, he will receive the sacrament on Saturday evening as permitted by the Roman Catholic church.
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'I Found Love At 90 With A 31-Year-Old—After Finally Coming Out'

For the first half of 2020, I had been isolating alone for some time because of treatment for cancer and the COVID-19 pandemic. I started writing my memoirs and eventually I told my daughter about a relationship I had had long ago, with a man named Phillip. I came out to her, and then publicly on Facebook, on June 5, 2020, at the age of 90.
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Royal Family News: Thomas Markle Pleads With Meghan To Make Amends Before He Dies

British royal family news reveals that Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex’s tossed aside father Thomas Markle is once again begging her to mend fences. According to the cast-off dad, he wishes nothing more than to speak to her once again; she has not spoken to her father since she married Prince Harry three years ago. Yesterday her relatives branded her a snob who will not talk to them because they are not in her new “class.”
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Days Of Our Lives Spoilers: Death Changed EJ DiMera, Dan Feuerriegel On Reconnecting

Days of Our Lives spoilers reveal that we just met the new EJ DiMera, who is being played by Dan Feuerriegel. The actor discussed what brings EJ back to Salem and what fans can expect. Feuerriegel said that death changed EJ and he desperately wants to reconnect with everyone and everything. This includes his wife, Sami DiMera (Alison Sweeney).
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‘There’s a concerted backlash’: Ibram X Kendi on antiracism under attack

Conservatives have made the whitewashing of US history the latest front in the culture wars, picking the author of How to Be an Antiracist as a scapegoat. A whitewashing of history is under way in red state America. Republican officials are proposing numerous laws to ban school teachers from emphasizing the role of systemic racism in shaping the nation.