• Christina Sturdivant Sani
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“You think you’re going to destroy my island with that stupidity?” Thor Vikström recalled responding to the developers, who opened their bid decades ago at $500,000.

The pandemic that is forever ending and always beginning. Some people are losing their memories, if not their minds.


They had such candor and comfort, but not for the right matchmaking reasons.

A variety of stringent covid-control policies at the Winter Games is raising concerns about limits on press freedom.

The rapper and Bronx native has committed to paying funeral costs and expenses involving in repatriating some of the victims who will be buried in the Gambia in West Africa.

A husband is letting his spouse decide whether they have another child, and the spouse is concerned about the implications of that.

A reader has long suspected his daughter from a previous marriage is not biologically his. Should he dredge up the past and suggest a paternity test?

Reader's wife scolded them for reading a magazine while out with friends who were passing the time on their smartphones. Is it really any different?

The president called on seemingly anyone in the room — and ended up fielding questions about his mental fitness and his son.

The influential editor rose from an impoverished childhood in the segregated South to become one of the few African Americans on the mastheads and red carpets of the fashion world.

WBEZ is set to acquire the Chicago Sun-Times and bring it under non-profit ownership -- in what could prove a model for the industry.

Carolyn Hax readers give advice to a couple who can't agree on where to live.

A pedal-assisted bike can open up new sights to travelers who otherwise might not venture out on wheels.

  • Amanda Loudin
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André Leon Talley's very presence in popular culture has become shorthand for fashion in all of its hierarchical majesty.

The towering legend who shattered expectations surrounding race in the fashion industry as the rare Black editor in a predominantly White and elitist industry died Tuesday at the age of 73.

While there have been some pandemic-related changes, airport lounges aren't the panacea they once were.

At-home coronavirus tests are becoming scarce amid the omicron surge. Here's where to look, and what to do if you can’t find one.

Your mornings are about to get a lot better with buttermilk waffles that can go sweet or savory and work well with whole grains, too.

We are working with a nutritionist, but he is anxious about being smaller than his friends.

  • Meghan Leahy
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