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8 sweet and savory apple recipes that will have you feeling fall
We've got sweet and savory answers for what to do with your market or orchard bounty.
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Four years ago, Trump survived ‘Access Hollywood’ — and a media myth of indestructibility was born
But in fact, scandals uncovered by journalists have slowly but surely taken a toll on the president.
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A medical school class thought the Hippocratic oath fell flat. So they wrote their own script.
“As a Black man I thought I had a necessary perspective,” said Tito Onyekweli, a first-year medical student at the University of Pittsburgh who was on the oath committee.
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Hints From Heloise: Watch your puppy grow in pix with teddy bear
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Miss Manners: Who makes the first neighborly move?
There’s no strict rule of first contact when someone moves in nearby.
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Ask Amy: Sister needs support during abusive marriage
Details about brother-in-law’s behavior emerge, and reader isn’t sure what to do.
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Carolyn Hax: Partner’s parents say ‘our house, our rules’ on sleeping together
And he won’t stand his ground, even when they’re paying their own way.
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‘Help me!’ Lindsey Graham begs Fox News viewers in unusual plea for campaign cash
“They’re killing me money-wise,” the GOP senator said while being interviewed on another topic. “Help me again.”
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Wildfires force some growers to test their grapes for contamination, while others sit 2020 out
West Coast winemakers have yet another hurdle to overcome this year.
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Get cozy with a $15 California cab that begs for roasted chicken
RECOMMENDED | Also, a California rosé, an Australian riesling and two delicious kosher wines to round out the week.
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How the scuba community is navigating the pandemic’s uncharted waters
Tourism-dependent dive businesses have adapted to the moment with increased safety measures and new revenue streams.
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Why making your diet part of your identity is bad for your health — and society
Too many people believe that what helped them lose weight is the One True Diet. That’s dangerous.
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Three words every impatient parent, like myself, needs to learn to say: Take your time
I’ve spent my children’s childhoods trying to remember to offer them “Take your time,” like a gift wrapped in leisure and ease. What I wouldn’t give for the grace of Alicia Keys.
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McDonald’s new spicy nuggets aren’t really all that new — and thank goodness for that
We've got enough to deal with, and fortunately McDonald's spicy chicken nuggets are the nuggs of your childhood, with a tweak.
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In a Dark Sky park in Pennsylvania, reaching for the stars from a rooftop tent
Camping on top of your car means no stakes, no poles and no sleeping on the cold ground.
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This crowd of RBG fans showed Trump what law and order really sounds like
They told him with a three-word chant. (Hint: It wasn’t ‘Lock him up.’)
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Miss Manners: New in-laws don’t want to be friends . . . or family
They reject dinner invitation then request that reader help host baby shower.
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Ask Amy: Women gone gray shouldn’t be judged … or judge
Reader hears about hurtful comments, but says most women look better with natural hair.
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Hints From Heloise: Covid-mask litter irks outside worker
Don’t leave disposable masks for someone else to dispose.
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Carolyn Hax: His anxiety is causing distress for his partner
His significant other keeps getting the blame for the way he is feeling.
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6 warm soups for those crisp autumn nights
The time for soup is all the time — but these soups are great for early fall.
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Rewrite that list of debate topics, Chris Wallace. And put the climate crisis at No. 1.
When the wildfires are burning, we must have our candidates address how the planet is heating up — and dispense with topics of partisan pandering.
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A guide to urban stargazing: What you need to start exploring the skies close to home
Even in cities, the night sky can offer the jolt of awe that oftentimes comes with touching down in faraway places.
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