A writer shows concern on the outside but inside feels mostly impatience for boyfriend's minor problems and complaints.

Reader’ relatives continually ask for money and jobs.

Reader was asked to comment on relative’s statement but didn’t want to.

Husband won’t address child with new name, pronouns. Wife contemplates divorce over his inability to accept them.

A sporting chance.

Their parents divorced 25 years ago, and they're still asking their dad why. Can he tell them their mom was cheating on him?

Partner suggests couples counseling, but reader doesn’t trust his motivations.

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Fox Nation host said that California Gov. Gavin Newsom could prevail only via voter fraud. Well?

Many cuisines feature sweet and savory crepes or thin pancakes similar to them, which can be served for breakfast, lunch or dinner.

Andrew Taylor of the Associated Press left his beat of 30 years, both traumatized and frustrated by journalism’s failure to cope with today’s dire politics.

A broken shoulder means painful physiotherapy and little will to follow through.

Host suggests lunch out after the party but pays only for her food.

Husband enjoys hearing from family and friends, but responding has become a burden.

Hot water is good for sanitizing, but it isn’t your best choice for all loads.

Made with buckwheat, pasta, onions and sometimes mushrooms, this delicious Eastern European Jewish dish belies its humble roots.

It is safe to get a coronavirus vaccine and a flu shot at the same time, according to experts and the CDC.

A Holocaust survivor started a winery and meadery to preserve family legacy. Now, his granddaughter is working to ensure its future.

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A federal appeals court handed down a ruling that should concern tweeting journalists.

Our favorite recipes right now include apple cake, simple pastas, saucy roasted squash and BLTs.

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