Carolyn Hax: Worker wants success but has ‘no desire to hustle’

A reader is glad for a recent, meaningful career switch, but also feels "zero desire to be the try-hard I once was."

By Carolyn HaxApril 2, 2023

Ask Amy: Others are telling me how to act with a friend whose kid is transitioning

A letter writer, who doesn't “believe” in transitioning, wants to be there for their best friend as their child goes through a gender transition.

By Amy DickinsonApril 2, 2023

This coconut meringue cake may live up to its ‘world’s best’ nickname

With a layer of moist cake, a layer of crispy meringue and a layer of dreamy whipped cream, this cake may just have everything

By Jessie SheehanApril 1, 2023

Passover seder recipes, including brisket, kugel and matzoh ball soup

Whether you want matzoh ball soup or a holiday-appropriate dessert, these recipes will be right at home at your Passover seder.

By Becky KrystalApril 1, 2023

Ask Amy: My partner keeps his late wife’s name on his FaceTime account

A reader is tired of asking her partner to remove his late wife’s name from his FaceTime account.

By Amy DickinsonApril 1, 2023

Miss Manners: I don’t want to keep buying cakes for office birthdays

She doesn’t want to be stuck buying cakes for her coworkers’ birthdays forever.

By Judith Martin, Nicholas Martin and Jacobina MartinApril 1, 2023

Carolyn Hax: Is it ever okay to ask for a plus-one to a wedding?

The invitation to a destination wedding came without a plus-one. Is it ever okay to ask to bring a date?

By Carolyn HaxApril 1, 2023

Judge undercuts key Fox News defense as he sends Dominion suit to trial

In a $1.6 billion defamation case, a ‘disastrous’ ruling for Fox News that settles key questions in Dominion Voting Systems' favor.

By Sarah Ellison, Paul Farhi and Jeremy BarrMarch 31, 2023

Andrew Tate and brother released from jail, put under house arrest

Andrew Tate, who spent months in a Romanian jail accused of human trafficking, won an appeal to go on house arrest.

By Dan Rosenzweig-ZiffMarch 31, 2023

Tucker Carlson, who bashed Trump in private, rallies for him after indictment

Tucker Carlson, Jason Whitlock, Glenn Beck and others spoke darkly of protests and 'unrest' as a reaction to the Trump indictment.

By Jeremy BarrMarch 31, 2023

What Gwyneth Paltrow’s courtroom water says about her, and the brand

At her trial, Gwyneth Paltrow's choice of Mountain Valley water lent cachet to the brand.

By Emily HeilMarch 31, 2023

Honey-soaked matzoh fritters offer a taste of history for Passover

A Roman Passover treat, these fritters are studded with pine nuts and raisins. They are crispy on the outside and custardy on the inside.

By Leah KoenigMarch 31, 2023

7 tasks for your April home-maintenance checklist

Taking some time to complete these maintenance tasks now can help make the coming warmer months more enjoyable, both indoors and out.

By Jeanne HuberMarch 31, 2023

Caruso’s Grocery brings its Italian American show to North Bethesda

Look for all the hit dishes from the D.C. original — fried calamari, chicken parmesan, seafood fra diavolo — at chef Matt Adler's Maryland spinoff.

By Tom SietsemaMarch 31, 2023

What made Gwyneth Paltrow’s ski crash trial so fascinating

What America will remember from Gwyneth Paltrow's ski crash trial.

By Maham JavaidMarch 31, 2023

After she put down her dog, the dog’s favorite restaurant sent a condolence gift

A package arrived from Chick-fil-A with a handwritten condolence note, some small gifts — and a framed watercolor painting of her dog, Mollie.

By Sydney PageMarch 31, 2023

Carolyn Hax: Feeling done with people ‘relentlessly voicing opinions’

A letter-writer is tired of people's “unwanted, uninvited opinions” but isn't sure how to express this kindly.

By Carolyn HaxMarch 31, 2023

Miss Manners: It’s strange that our neighbor invited us to a party

This letter writer doesn’t get along with their neighbors and is confused by an invite to their party.

By Judith Martin, Nicholas Martin and Jacobina MartinMarch 31, 2023

Ask Amy: Should I help my ex-husband with his financial struggles?

Should this reader get a reverse mortgage on the house they still own with their ex-husband to help him with his debt?

By Amy DickinsonMarch 31, 2023

Droughts and wildfires through a wine photographer’s lens

George Rose, who studied with Ansel Adams, has spent decades capturing the landscape of vineyards.

By Dave McIntyreMarch 30, 2023