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With strikeouts on the rise, MLB should consider moving the mound back.

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Trump abused his Facebook account hundreds of times, yet the company’s watchdog board claims his suspension was inappropriate.

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Travel fees that were suspended last year are being reinstated, while some governments are imposing new ones.

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Soft and pillowy ricotta gnocchi are studded with lemon zest and paired with a spring-inspired leek and pea sauce.

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Forget the fancy furniture, structured patios and pools that dominate American landscapes. For Carolyn Mullet, the most important elements in any garden are the plants.

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Napoleon, who died 200 years ago, was a power-hungry dictator who championed education and freedom of religion.

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Reader wears rubber gloves for household tasks and didn’t want to throw out damaged pair.

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