He died alone in his apartment. Then his artwork went viral.

“You don’t just rescue beautiful artworks from the trash every day,” said Alan Warburton, a neighbor of the late artist.

By Sydney PageJune 27, 2022

Carolyn Hax: ‘Paranoid’ boyfriend tracks her period every month

Her boyfriend is so “paranoid” that she’ll get pregnant that he tracks her periods and insists on pregnancy tests.

By Carolyn HaxJune 27, 2022

Ask Amy: Angry grandma struggles with grandchild’s snippy response

A grandmother's friends donated generously to help her grandchild in a time of need. Her grandchild had a "snippy, self-absorbed response."

By Amy DickinsonJune 27, 2022

Miss Manners: How do I respond to intrusive questions about my health?

Reader wants to know a good response to someone who kept asking intrusive questions about their health.

By Judith Martin, Nicholas Martin and Jacobina MartinJune 27, 2022

Sweet potato salad with fresh salsa is a thrifty, tasty dish

This recipe from the team behind the "Bosh" vegan cooking channel is hearty, healthy — and affordable.

By Joe YonanJune 26, 2022

Carolyn Hax: Engaged but still preparing for ‘the other shoe to drop’

They’re engaged and committed to each other, but one of them has a tough history and a nagging fear that the marriage won’t last.

By Carolyn HaxJune 26, 2022

Ask Amy: They wronged me and I don’t forgive them

Reader received late apologies recently and decided to not accept them.

By Amy DickinsonJune 26, 2022

Baxter Black, trail boss of the cowboy poets, dies at 77

A onetime veterinarian, he became a regular on NPR with his comical stories and poems of rural life.

By Matt SchudelJune 25, 2022

American Psychological Association condemns SCOTUS abortion decision

The American Psychological Association has issued a statement condemning the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe. v. Wade.

By Kelsey AblesJune 25, 2022

Homemade rocket pops are a red, white and blue taste of summer

Frozen rocket pops make an icy cold Fourth of July party treat.

By Hannah SelingerJune 25, 2022

7 recipes for wraps that are filling, portable and fun to eat

Wraps are portable, customizable and simple to make, as these recipes with chicken, vegetables and more prove.

By Becky KrystalJune 25, 2022

The abortions we didn’t have

The right to choose abortion is important. Even when women don’t choose it.

By Monica HesseJune 25, 2022

Court temporarily halts FDA ban on Juul e-cigarettes

Juul Labs can continue to sell e-cigarettes, for now, after a federal appeals court issued a temporary stay on an FDA ban.

By Adela SulimanJune 25, 2022

Carolyn Hax: Mother-in-law damages ‘very dear to me’ cookbook. Now what?

Mother-in-law borrowed cookbook that had great sentimental value, and returned it damaged without "mentioning it or apologizing."

By Carolyn HaxJune 25, 2022

Miss Manners: Should couples sign greeting cards for each other?

Reader thinks it weird for wives to sign their husbands’ names on a greeting card.

By Judith Martin, Nicholas Martin and Jacobina MartinJune 25, 2022

Ask Amy: How do I take a compliment without thinking it’s a red flag?

Reader struggles to accept people complimenting them after seeing how that was weaponized growing up.

By Amy DickinsonJune 25, 2022

Should my child get a coronavirus vaccine? Is it safe? Here’s what you should know.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the American Academy of Pediatrics recommend that children get immunized to prevent covid-19, which has killed more than 1,000 children in the United States.

By Lindsey Bever and Allyson ChiuJune 24, 2022

She found handwritten letters from her enslaved ancestor: ‘I’m just blown away’

The letters, penned by her great-great-great grandfather, are in his tidy handwriting and survived for 155 years.

By Cathy FreeJune 24, 2022

Submit your photo to the 2022 Washington Post Travel contest

The 23rd annual Washington Post Travel photo contest is accepting submissions through Aug. 17.

By Travel staffJune 24, 2022