She made sure her husband's birthday was filled with laughter and love. And The 45-year-old actress looked cozy in a blue sweatshirt and leggings for the caffeine fix before running errands around town. Reese Witherspoon kept the good times rolling as she stepped out for a coffee run with Jim Toth in Brentwood on Wednesday morning Her bold blue Clare V. hoodie featured a bright yellow sunshine emblem across the chest, with 'Savoir Faire Savoir Vivre' scrawled down the arms in red and green lettering. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next HGTV's Ty Pennington, 56, announces engagement to Kellee... Jennifer Lopez shows off her taut tummy in a striped bikini... King Richard first trailer: Will Smith delivers powerful... Arthur cancelled after season 25: Iconic PBS animated... Share this article She stayed warm in a pair of black athletic pants, and laced up black-and-white trainers to match. Reese's platinum blonde hair … [Read more...] about Reese Witherspoon sports a blue sweatshirt with leggings for coffee run with husband Jim Toth in Brentwood
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When Congress created Supplemental Security Income in 1972, it left no question about its intentions. The program, lawmakers wrote , was “designed to provide a positive assurance that the nation’s aged, blind and disabled people would no longer have to subsist on below-poverty-level incomes.” Today, it helps ensure the opposite. The maximum annual benefit is $9,528, three-quarters of the federal poverty level. Payments decrease if recipients have more than $85 a month in outside income, and are revoked if they exceed $2,000 in savings. There are penalties for accepting groceries or even shelter from loved ones. The result is that it is structurally difficult to be on S.S.I. and not live in poverty. The shift happened over nearly five decades in which Congress made no major changes to the program, which is run by the Social Security Administration and serves about eight million Americans. The outside income limits, for instance, have never been updated for inflation. Now, as … [Read more...] about How Disabled Americans Are Pushing to Overhaul a Key Benefits Program
The longest-running children's animated series is coming to an end. Iconic PBS children's show, Arthur, was cancelled after a 21-year run and will air its 25th and final season in 2022. Executive Producer Carol Greenwald confirmed no new episodes would be created, but the show will continue to air on PBS Kids, according to IGN . Bye for now: Iconic PBS children's show, Arthur, was cancelled after a 21-year run and will air its 25th and final season in 2022. 'In the winter of 2022, the 25th and final season of Arthur will debut. Arthur will continue to be available on PBS KIDS for years to come,' Greenwald told IGN in an email. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Bennifer's tour of love rolls into Italy! Jennifer Lopez and... Britney Spears says she's feeling 'rebellious' while taking... Lady Gaga wears fluffy angel wings as she towers in HUGE... Better Call Saul star Bob Odenkirk, 58, 'rushed to hospital'... Share this … [Read more...] about Arthur cancelled after season 25: Iconic PBS animated children’s show about an aardvark ending its run
By Emily Oster Penguin Press. 320 pp. $28 - - - Back before daily life was consumed with questions about masks and PCR tests and cohorts and social distancing and ventilation and positivity rates and exposures and quarantines, parents were apparently worried about the best age to give their kid a phone. It's the first quandary Brown University economist Emily Oster - yes, the one who courted controversy this past year pushing to get kids and teachers back in classrooms - addresses in the introduction to "The Family Firm: A Data-Driven Guide to Better Decision Making in the Early School Years." Landing on an answer isn't as simple as it might be for prenatal testing or solid foods, writes Oster, who tackled those kinds of topics in her earlier bestsellers, "Expecting Better" and "Cribsheet." As is the case for many common questions about how to parent the 5-to-12 set, there's just not much meaningful research out there about phones. Plus, so much depends on the specific kid … [Read more...] about Book World: An economist says you should run your family like a business. Does that work in 2021 – or ever?