3-pointer rules basketball, but kids should work up to the long ball
The three-pointer is key in high school and beyond, but a 60-second drill at a shorter distance is a great start.washingtonpost.com
Date Lab: He put his number in her phone. It was one digit off.
The evening had the makings of a “classic first date" until she asked for his number.washingtonpost.com
Texas school shooting causes renewed calls for tougher gun laws
Deadly shooting in Uvalde, Texas, killed 19 students and 2 adults.washingtonpost.com
Cable news approaches Uvalde school shooting with a practiced weariness
Cable news outlets are designed to show up-to-the-minute coverage of calamities. Even when they've covered the same one ad nauseam.washingtonpost.com
Can I stop visiting my children’s grandmother? Carolyn Hax readers give advice.
Carolyn Hax readers give advice to a letter-writer who wants to know if they can stop visiting their children's grandmother.washingtonpost.com
No-fry eggplant parm sandwiches are cheesy, saucy and built for two
Skip the dredging drudgery with these crisp, layered no-fry eggplant Parm sandwiches.washingtonpost.com
Trailblazing woman helped create 100-year-old Lincoln Memorial
Two men often get the credit for the iconic memorial. But the famous speeches carved inside are Evelyn Longman’s design.washingtonpost.com
He didn’t make it into his top college choice. How do I help now?
He didn't make it in, and this parent isn't surprised. But what can be done now?washingtonpost.com
How I helped convince the U.K. to provide free period products in schools
This essay by activist Amika George is excerpted from “My Moment: 106 Women on Fighting for Themselves.”washingtonpost.com
Menstrual leave: Why some companies are offering time off for periods
Menstrual leave policies are designed to eliminate the taboo around periods and recognize the physical discomforts menstruation can cause.washingtonpost.com
Which window treatments are best for your home? Here’s what to know.
There are many choices — and price ranges — when it comes to window treatments. Here’s advice to help you find good products and good deals.washingtonpost.com
A Jewish teen put her baby up for adoption in WWII. They just reunited.
For Gerda's Cole’s 98th birthday, her 79-year-old daughter flew to Toronto to meet her long-lost mother.washingtonpost.com
How two Texas newspapers broke open the Southern Baptist sex scandal
An 2019 investigation by the Houston Chronicle and San Antonio Express-News prompted this week’s massive disclosure about church leaders implicated in sex abuse cases.washingtonpost.com
Carolyn Hax: Family is ‘angry’ at brother who wants to divorce his wife
A brother's reasons for wanting a divorce from his wife of 20 years don't seem, to his parents and sibling, "acute enough to end a marriage."washingtonpost.com
Miss Manners: My boss keeps forgetting to pay my bonus
Reader hasn’t been paid two promised bonuses and worries about how to bring this up with their boss.washingtonpost.com
Ask Amy: Should I reveal how my sister-in-law hurt me at her funeral?
Reader wants to share how his sister-in-law hurt him at her funeral.washingtonpost.com
Arby’s new burger is a big, beautiful, beefy blunder
For the first time in 58 years, Arby's is serving a burger. It wasn't worth the wait.washingtonpost.com
Move over, burrito. Make room for breakfast nachos.
For this breakfast nachos recipe, eggs are spooned on top of broiled bacon, sausage and cheese-topped corn chips.washingtonpost.com
Roasted seaweed is the powerhouse ingredient in this pantry pasta
This pantry-friendly pasta recipe features chewy bucatini in a garlicky sauce with roasted seaweed.washingtonpost.com