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For America’s favorite sex therapist, tiny figurines are a tie to a lost childhood.

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Reader’s husband refuses to attend family holiday meal shortly after her sister’s death.

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A saucer of milk or canned tuna for humans can cause unexpected troubles.

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Her one-day visit lasted three, and she walked into their bedroom at 7 a.m. without knocking.

His dish evolved into the deep-fried, sticky and unabashedly inauthentic staple of American Chinese take-out.

Donor comes to the rescue for elevator work that may cost $3 million.

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The whopping price tag makes Lee's home one of the most expensive residences for sale in the District.

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"Do you want to stay, Mr. President?” host Eva Longoria asked mischievously from the stage

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For America’s favorite sex therapist, tiny figurines are a tie to a lost childhood.

The president-elect’s inner circle is now utterly dismissing the existence of facts.

Lost as a child, an Indian-Australian adoptee finds his birth mother by using Google Earth.

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Fiasco Theatre brings its innovative, small-scale production to the Kennedy Center.

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Profiles of those being celebrated at the 2016 Kennedy Center Honors.

The actress calls FLOTUS (or FSOTUS) an “extra gift” that comes with a president.

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The drama of the transition is abnormal for Washington, but feels pretty familiar for loyal reality TV show fans. Here's why.

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