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Breaking down the background of the charges before “America’s Dad” goes on trial May 22.

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At least it wasn't “bat body parts,” as in another recent recall.

If you're already broken up, the grief might be mixed with relief.

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Storage solutions for your bedroom, bathroom, office, playroom and more.

Grilling this weekend? Make it good with one of these Recipe Finder ideas.

Green tea, cayenne pepper and more can give your metabolism a small boost.

Does being pregnant while there are layoffs protect a worker? (No.)

How the first lady opted for clothes as armor instead of fashion diplomacy.

Lucas, the ‘whaboom’ guy, immediately made some enemies on the show — and among viewers on social media.

Celebrities across the world also reacted to the horrific tragedy.

Reader’s young grandchildren have been given lots of sugary treats and now expect them.

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Easy-to-open medicine tops help reader with poor hand strength.

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No need to create a Marx Brothers moment when trying to be polite.

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Some ways for a wannabe mother to cope with feelings of frustration and failure.

Attorneys play legal chess to find jurors untainted by relentless pre-trial publicity.

The restaurant's owners were accused of promoting rape culture with the drink, which was garnished with empty pill capsules.

Kids share what it’s like to raise the animals, which are related to camels and llamas.

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A family attorney said Zachary Ailes was quoting a line from “Tombstone,” a movie he'd watched with his father.

The couple's botched attempt at hand-holding was briefly awkward.

The Onion just took its first big swing at satirizing the Trump administration.

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