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The investment banker whose divorce proceedings are sending shock waves through New York City following claims of rampant drug use and partner swapping by his soon to be ex-wife is taking some time off, as his wife is showing off some support from a somewhat surprising source - their daughters
It was announced on Thursday that Sage Kelly, 42, the $7 million-a-year head of healthcare investment banking at Jefferies, had taken a temporary leave of absence from the firm.
That same afternoon, his wife Christina was photographed arriving at her lawyer's office with a binder covered with Post-it notes from the couple's daughters, Cameron and Logan.

Bad week: News of Sage's break comes just one day after documents in the acrimonious divorce between Sage and his Christina (above) became public

Bad week: News of Sage's break comes just one day after documents in the acrimonious divorce between Sage and his Christina (above) became public

'Sage is embroiled in a deeply personal and painful situation, and, as such, we have decided to accept his decision to take time off to focus on doing what is in the best interest of his children.

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Rep. Alan Grayson (D-FL), a sleazy trial attorney and left-wing loon, was just named the 17th wealthiest member of Congress. Considering all the inherited money, lobbyists, and shady deals which happen in Washington, D.C., that is an impressive ranking.

But Grayson has another dubious distinction: a dead beat dad. After being married for 29 years to Lolita Grayson, he is refusing to support her or his children. Why? Because he is shamefully arguing his wife's first marriage was supposedly never fully ended, so Alan's marriage to her was never legitimate.

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Burkina Faso troops try to disperse protesters in Ouagadougou on 30 October 2014

The military fired live bullets as protesters stormed parliament, our correspondent says.

Witnesses say dozens of soldiers have joined the protests, including a former defence minister, Gen Kouame Lougue.

Protesters are demanding his installation as president, our reporter says.

This is one of the most serious protests against Mr Compaore's rule.

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