We Need A Courtroom Film Drama, With Those Hard Lessons About Truth – Deadline

We desperately need a good courtroom drama. Not the Johnny Depp/Amber Heard kind, where everyone’s a mess, and the outcome matters less than the spectacle. But rather, an old-fashioned, high-stakes, plot-heavy movie melodrama—the kind that makes the audience see-saw back and forth, while truth hangs in an ever-changing balance. First things lean one way, then…

How to prepare your finances for another recession: ‘We think a hard landing will ultimately be unavoidable’

Two years after the short, sharp pandemic-related recession, Wall Street is once again warning of a new recession on the horizon. That’s not a lot to go on, but financial-planning experts say it ought to be enough to prompt people to come up with their own contingency plans. That’s especially so, considering the personal-finance scares…

Pandemic anxiety was hard on IBS patients. How to find relief : Shots

Millions of Americans have irritable bowel syndrome and the stress of the past two years may have exacerbated stomach issues. There are ways to help, including meditation and practicing mindfulness. Alvaro Tejero/EyeEm/Getty Images hide caption toggle caption Alvaro Tejero/EyeEm/Getty Images Millions of Americans have irritable bowel syndrome and the stress of the past two years…

Butler County commissioners preparing to make hard decisions over $75 million coronavirus rescue funding

After the federal windfall was announced Commissioner Cindy Carpenter began canvassing the county, listening to the wants and needs of communities and groups. She has released her plan for ARPA and other funding sources totaling $98 million, including almost $20 million from the general fund and some other COVID-19 resources the county received. For the…