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Hillary Clinton’s new book sets up battle of network stars

The biggest names in TV news are maneuvering to land the first interview about “Hard Choices.”

Style

FILE - In this March 7, 2013 file photo, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., pauses while questioning a witness at Senate Banking Committee hearing on anti-money laundering on Capitol Hill in Washington.  As she enters her second year in Congress in 2014, Warren told The Associated Press she's focused on improving the economic futures of American families by reigning in student debt, easing what she calls the nation's retirement crisis, and doubling funding for federal research programs. (AP Photo/Cliff Owen, File)

Elizabeth Warren’s new memoir focuses on personal life

The senator from Massachusetts eschews policy-centric themes in “A Fighting Chance,” released this week.

Magazine

We asked for masterpeeps. You delivered. Here are the winners of the 2014 Peeps Diorama Contest.

Peeps! It’s in the details

We asked for masterpeeps. You delivered. Here are the winners of the 2014 Peeps Diorama Contest.

Food

wine

Five reds from Douro

This week’s Portuguese picks range in price from $7 to $20.

Wellness

How one Spartan Race runner is building an empire

David Magida has his sights set on dominating the sport of obstacle running.

Weddings & Romance

Date Labbers Rui and Megan at Scion on March 4, 2014

She’s a bodybuilder in search of a date

Now he can say he’s dated a bodybuilder who also does improv comedy

KidsPost

The cover illustration for the KidsPost Poetry winners issue, April 27, 2014.

KidsPost’s poetry contest winners

It wasn’t easy for our judges to choose just 10 of the hundreds of poems submitted.

Advice

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Carolyn Hax: Prepare kids to relate to friends, but don’t script them

When a middle-schooler and her pal have an issue, it’s best not to encourage juvenile tactics

Reliable Source

Wait, John Kerry said what?

John Kerry made what appeared to be a reference to the munchies at a speech in Washington on Thursday.

Travel

SALAR DE SURIRE, Chile - August, 13, 2013: A large llareta plant with the Salar de Surire in the background. Flamingos can be seen in the lagoon below.  (Photo by Donna McSherry) ** mountain/volcano names unknown**

Spectacular wildlife, living high in the Chilean Andes

A visit to Chile’s otherworldly Lauca National Park in the high Andes yields sightings of rare and beautiful wildlife.

Travel coverage

Home & Garden

Rosemary from the author's garden.

A year to replant rosemary

Most Washington winters don’t faze this aromatic herb, but this wasn’t most Washington winters.

Fashion

One clothing company says ‘no’ to the thigh gap

Barbell Apparel is marketing “anti-thigh gap” jeans for those with tree trunk quadriceps.

Parenting

Thrive with Arianna Huffington and friends. Maybe?

Arianna Huffington and pals have a conference for people who want to learn how to make more out of their life beyond money and power. Can us regular folks really do more meditating, sleeping and unplugging?