After gay marriage ruling, what financial steps should couples take?

Friday, 03 July 2015 13:05 Written by
The Supreme Court’s ruling on the rights of same-sex couples to marry carries important ramifications for the finances of gay couples around the country. How it affects a specific couple’s financial situation, however, depends on your current civil status and where you live. Couples living in states that already recognized gay marriage might not see much direct impact. The big changes will come for the thousands of couples living in states that previously did not…
BP ready to pay $24 billion in order to US Gulf states for Deepwater Horizon oil spill
Friday, 03 July 2015 13:00 Written by
BRITISH BP says it has consented to pay a record $US18.7 billion ($24.47 billion) to pay the US government and five states for harms originating from the dangerous 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil slick. The spill was started by a blast on the Deepwater Horizon rig, which murdered 11 men. A huge number of barrels of oil streamed into Gulf waters, in one of the most exceedingly bad natural calamities
BP 'Got Off Cheaply' With $18.7 Billion Settlement
Friday, 03 July 2015 12:55 Written by
The U.S. Justice Department announced Thursday that the United States, together with several state and hundreds of local governments, had reached a settlement for all remaining civil claims arising from the April 20, 2010, BP Deepwater Horizon explosion in the Gulf of Mexico, which killed 11 men and set off the largest offshore oil drilling spill in history.Sidebar BP's Shock Waves » If the proposed consent decree is approved after
BP to Settle Federal, State GoM Oil Spill Claims for $18B - Analyst Blog
Friday, 03 July 2015 12:46 Written by
BP plc BP, one of the largest energy firms in the world, agreed to an $18.7 billion settlement of all federal and state claims related to the 2010 Gulf of Mexico (GoM) oil spill. This is touted as the worst spillage in the history of the U.S. The explosion occurred in 2010, when Transocean Ltd’s RIG deepwater horizon semi-submersible mobile offshore drilling rig was working for
Fifty become U.S. citizens in naturalization ceremony at WWII Museum
Friday, 03 July 2015 12:46 Written by
More than 4,000 people will participate in naturalization ceremonies across the country between July 1 - July 4 this year. Fifty people took the oath of allegiance Friday, July 3 at the WWII Museum. Related Florida burglary suspect weeps after...Man wears clerk uniform to rob...Essence Festival gets underway
Kevin Hart was combustible at Essence Fest 2015, but don't take his picture
Friday, 03 July 2015 12:46 Written by
Kevin Hart really didn't want you to use your cell phone at the 2015 Essence Festival. Like, really. Signs outside the Mercedes-Benz Superdome on Thursday (July 2) prohibited "cell phones, texting, tweeting, talking, cameras, recording devices of any kind during
Bobby Jindal's Religious Liberty Executive Order Is Probably Illegal ... - Slate Magazine (blog)
Friday, 03 July 2015 12:44 Written by
Want to hang out with Outward? If you’ll be in or near New York City on Monday, July 13, join June Thomas, J. Bryan Lowder, and Mark Joseph Stern—and special guests Ted Allen, of Queer Eye and Chopped fame, and marriage-equality campaigner extraordinaire Evan Wolfson—for a queer kiki at an Outward LIVE show, hosted by City Winery. Details and tickets can be found here.
McClure's Barbecue
Friday, 03 July 2015 12:36 Written by
4800 Magazine St., New Orleans, 504.301.2367 NOLA Brewing Tap Room, 3001 Tchoupitoulas St., New Orleans Neil McClure caught the barbecue bug while smoking meat for folks in Gulfport, MS, following Hurricane Katrina. That led to a barbecue pop-up at
Local business recognized, critics sound off
Friday, 03 July 2015 12:34 Written by
La Crosse, WI (WXOW) - The audience at the UW-L Recreational Eagle Center was overwhelmingly supportive, with one notable dissenting voice and a success story from a local business. "Steve Cottrell lives here in La Crosse," said President Obama. "He's going to start blushing, but I'm going to talk about him anyway," It's a moment the Authenticom President and CEO said he'll never forget. "Thank you, President Obama," said Cottrell after the speech. "What an…
BP engineer convicted of deleting Gulf spill text messages wins new trial
Friday, 03 July 2015 12:29 Written by
A former BP engineer deserves a new trial on obstruction charges in connection to allegations he deleted text messages detailing how much oil was spilling into the Gulf of Mexico in the wake of the 2010 Deepwater Horizon disaster, a federal appeals court has ruled.Kurt Mix YouTubeKurt Mix, 52, was convicted in 2013 of deleting more than 300 text messages, some of which revealed the actual amount of oil being spilled. Investigators recovered most
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