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Nebraska Supreme Court Overturns Decision In Custody Battle

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A St. Louis man has been denied custody rights after a court ruled Todd Winthrow waited too long to seek custody and he failed to follow-up after learning the mother may be pregnant, the Nebraska Supreme Court ruled Friday. The … Continue reading

Three Charged In Abduction Of 5-Year-Old On Transplant List

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Three people have been charged in the abduction of a 5-year-old boy who was taken from a St. Louis Hospital where he is very sick and on the heart transplant list. Porter Stone was kidnapped Tuesday after he completed an … Continue reading

Abduction Alert Issued For Missing Stl. County Boy

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Authorities issued an abduction alert after discovering a seven-year-old boy was missing when his father failed to return him to the St. Louis County Court Tuesday. According to reports, 41-year-old James Leon Nordrum, Jr. from Minnesota has a history of … Continue reading

New Proposed Legislation Would Expand Safe Haven Law

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If new legislation passes, it would allow parents more time to decide if they want to surrender their baby to the state without fear of punishment. Rep. Kevin McManus, D- Kansas City, has proposed legislation giving parents up to 60 … Continue reading

Research Links Nagging, Divorce In Couples

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A recent article in the Wall Street Journal refers to nagging in a relationship “as dangerous to a marriage as adultery or bad finances” and cites it as a top reason some couples seek divorces. The article cites research conducted … Continue reading

Study: Percentage Married In U.S. Drops

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A new study out this month showed only 51 percent of adults in the United States are married, a record low, according to the Pew Research Center. As recently as the 1960s, 72 percent of adults over the age of … Continue reading