Brian Campbell grew up stifled by his father’s expectations about masculinity. Can he change things for his own son?

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After more than 200 performances on stage, “Springsteen on Broadway” comes to your phone.

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Those pictures, set to tear-inducing music and pasted over with pastel graphics, reminded me how far my son with special needs has come in just a year.

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Tradition rules and family numbers may change, but the feeling remains the same for this longtime cook.

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The senator and former presidential candidate on why he’s not ready to walk away from politics.

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Once my little guys arrived, Christmas became entirely new production. But I’m reforming myself, and I’ve got a plan.

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Calculate the wattage you’ll need, and make sure you have enough space for running a generator and storing gasoline.

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“Ultimately, it’s a matter of calories,” an exercise physiologist tells us.

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In memory of her book-loving mother, Amy encourages reading tradition.

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Learn the difference between these common ailments.

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Reader doesn’t want to set it on the floor or the table.

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Talk to your parents or the student dean’s office about your concerns.

Shirley Wang wanted to understand her dad's life. After his death, she just keeps learning.

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The UPS Store tweets about shredding kids' letters to Santa was not received well.

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