Holly Johnson, provided by Published 1:49 pm CDT, Friday, March 15, 2019 Personal Finance Insider writes about products, strategies, and tips to help you make smart decisions with your money. Business Insider may receive a commission from The Points Guy Affiliate Network, but our reporting and recommendations are always independent and objective. Chase Facebook Travel-rewards credit cards like the Platinum Card® from American Express, Chase Sapphire Reserve, and Chase Sapphire Preferred Card make it easy to earn points and miles you can use to see the world. You can share your points and miles with friends and family, but you aren't required to by any means. Remember that some people cannot earn their own credit cards rewards for various reasons, including less than stellar credit. When you pursue points and miles like it's your part-time job, it's easy for the people in your life to become confused. People close to you may wonder how you afford to … [Read more...] about Here’s when I’m ok with using my hard-earned points and miles on friends and family — and when I’m not
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By Polly Anna Rocha, Staff writer Published 5:48 pm CST, Friday, March 1, 2019 Stewart Alexander OBIT Stewart Alexander OBIT Photo: Courtesy Photo: Courtesy Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Stewart Alexander OBIT Stewart Alexander OBIT Photo: Courtesy Stewart Alexander dedicated life to law and family 1 / 1 Back to Gallery For 56 years, Stewart Alexander practiced civil and criminal law, appearing in state and federal courts on behalf of countless individuals and companies in a long and influential career. Retired but still a dedicated family man, Alexander was surrounded by loved ones when he died Feb. 20 at 79. He had a solo practice and handled a number of important … [Read more...] about Stewart Alexander dedicated life to law and family
By Imad Zafar Published: February 22, 2019 0 SHARES Share Tweet Email According to Jaipur Central Jail’s official, Shakirullah got into a quarrel with his inmates and as a result was beaten to death. PHOTO: INDIA TODAY In what can be termed as an inhuman and barbaric act, a Pakistani prisoner named Shakirullah was beaten to death in Jaipur Central Jail at the hands of Indian prisoners. Shakirullah hailed from Sialkot and was serving life imprisonment in India. It was no coincidence that he was murdered in the aftermath of the Pulwama attack, which claimed the lives of atleast 44 Indian soldiers. Since the attack, the Indian government and Hindu nationalists are threatening Pakistan of dire consequences whilst harassing Kashmiri Muslims across India. According to Jaipur Central Jail’s official, Shakirullah got into a quarrel with his inmates and as a result was beaten to death. A day and a whole lot of criticism later, India has put the concerned officers on … [Read more...] about We let Kulbhushan meet his family and you let Shakirullah die in prison – where’s the justice, India?
When you start to date someone new, you might be wondering when the right time is to introduce them to the people closest to you. There are a number of things to consider when you’re debating whether or not to introduce your new partner to your family and friends. Ultimately, the stage the relationship is in and how comfortable you feel with the situation matter far more than the exact length of time you’ve been with your partner. When you begin a new relationship, at some point, you’ll likely have to determine whether or not it might be time to introduce them to your closest family members and friends. Deciding when to do so can be tricky, but there are a number of things that can impact your decision. INSIDER asked experts to weigh in on this sometimes-precarious subject. It’s not necessarily about how long you’ve been dating someone “The right time will depend upon the relationship stage and the second stage is when this often … [Read more...] about How to decide when to introduce your partner to your family and friends
A Saudi teen who ran away from her family and secured refugee status from the UN has reportedly been offered asylum in Australia. Rahaf al-Qunun secured UN protection after she launched a Twitter campaign begging governments to help her escape family who “consider me as property.” She fled to Thailand on Saturday and barricaded herself in a hotel room, and avoided deportation when the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHRC) saved her on Monday. On Friday, al-Qunun told media she has been offered asylum in Australia, which Thai police said as well. Australian officials decline to comment to INSIDER. A Saudi teen whose quest to escape her family in the Middle East went viral has reportedly been granted asylum by Australia. Rahaf al-Qunun, 18, is currently in Thailand, where she posted live updates as she barricaded herself in a hotel room, met with the UN, and asked to be given a new home in Australia. According to an interview al-Qunun gave to Daily Mail … [Read more...] about The Saudi teen who fled her family and got refugee status after a viral Twitter campaign has reportedly been granted asylum in Australia