Dennis Davern: The captain of the Wagners’ yacht, Splendour, and a longtime friend of the family, Davern said on Today Friday that he didn’t tell investigators the full story 30 years ago. He said that Wagner waited four hours after learning Wood was missing to notify the Coast Guard and that he felt the fight Wood had with Wagner ultimately led to her death. Rulli told Today that on that night, Walken left to go to bed after Wagner smashed a wine bottle against a table and then, when Wood got up to leave, the couple got into a huge argument.
When Susan Boyle confounded the expectations of a sniggering audience and snarky judges on Britain’s Got Talent 2009, she proved that it’s never too late to find your true calling. It was obvious that Boyle hadn’t had the easiest of lives: misdiagnosed with a learning disability in childhood, she only found out in 2013, aged 52, that she actually has Asperger syndrome with an above average IQ. Boyle had spent years trying to win the attention of the music industry, entering contests and appearing on Barrymore’s My Kind of People, but she never gave up.
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And while it allows new parents to keep their health insurance and have a job to return to, it doesn’t help pay the rent or the mortgage.Some states have expanded FMLA for their residents, either making it last longer or making it available for more people.Until New York passed its new legislation this week, only three states offered any paid family leave: California, New Jersey and Rhode Island.California covers 55 percent of an employee’s wages for up to six weeks; New Jersey, up to about 67 percent for six weeks; Rhode Island covers a portion of wages for up to four weeks, based on the employee’s income. Each state’s program is funded through an employee payroll deduction, and payouts are capped.Washington state passed a paid parental leave law, but it was put on hold and has never gone into effect. (The chart below includes only currently active policies.)And when fully implemented, the policy will cover 67 percent of a worker’s average wages for up to 12 weeks, fully twice as long as any of the current state policies.A statement from Cuomo’s office described the paid leave plan as “a major accomplishment in the Governor’s efforts to restore economic justice and fairness to working families.”Like the other states that have implemented paid leave, New York will impose a cap on the money paid out to workers each week, and the leave payments will be funded by an employee payroll deduction.But some business leaders have objected that even if businesses aren’t paying for the leave directly, the new law will pose a compliance challenge.San Francisco: ‘The United States Has Fallen So Far Behind’ San Francisco’s new measure, approved by the city’s board of supervisors Tuesday and expected to receive Mayor Ed Lee’s signature, affects businesses with more than 20 employees and will go into effect in 2017.The measure works hand in hand with California’s existing parental leave policy which, as noted above, covers 55 percent of a new parent’s income during his or her leave.The new San Francisco measure will require businesses to pay the remaining 45 percent.”The United States has fallen so far behind the rest of the world in providing paid parental leave,” city Supervisor Scott Wiener said in a statement.