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We all scream for National Ice Cream Month!
July marks National Ice Cream Month. How well do you know one of America's favorite desserts?
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Keep your kitchen cool by moving your roasts out onto the grill
Rest your oven and make this roast on your outdoor grill.
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How to help when a parent friend faces a crisis
Showing up and participating in small, concrete daily activities can be a lifeline.
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When the going gets tough, these French restaurants offer a dose of civility
Jacques’ Brasserie, La Piquette and Convivial offer food worth toasting to.
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These epic travel disasters will take the edge off your wanderlust
Dengue fever, curious sharks and parasitic worms make sheltering in place seem downright cozy.
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Why quarantine led some people to better fitness habits, and how they can maintain them
Focus on reasons, schedule exercise, embrace “good enough” and be creative.
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‘Great new book!’: President Trump and his many, many tweets about his favorite authors
How the president hypes the published work of his political and media allies on Twitter.
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Ask Amy: She wants marriage; he wants a clean shave
Woman learns boyfriend never plans to marry her
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Miss Manners: I’m clean and dressed. Isn’t that enough to go out?
Relatives insist that hair should be styled and clothing without flaws when leaving the house.
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Hints From Heloise: Keep on rollin’
Reader stores precious photos in wheeled suitcase in case of house fire.
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Carolyn Hax: Doctors agonize over skipping a non-socially distanced wedding
Fiance’s sister says things have “gone back to normal,” to their alarm.
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We took a plane, train and (rental) automobile for the experience, not the journey
Passengers and staff face new rules, such as masks, but don’t always comply.
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At the Central Idaho Dark Sky Reserve, socially distanced stargazing
This remote 1,416-square-mile territory boasts the clearest skies in the continental United States.
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Covid-shaped cakes and cupcakes are popping up in fine-dining restaurants, bakeries and home kitchens around the world
People are re-creating the virus in buttercream, fondant and candy.
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Voice of America faces loss of international journalists as new overseer lets visas expire
Without extensions, the agency would lose about 100 of its foreign-language specialists.
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Fluffy grated egg delivers a pop of color and protein to this creamy cucumber salad
This salad, fragrant with dill and tossed in a creamy yogurt dressing, gets protein from a grated egg mimosa topping.
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Our mental health system is failing my son. So I asked experts how to fix it.
The pandemic has made it more difficult for us to access competent care, but my son’s problems affected him before covid-19, and I’m sure they’ll continue once it’s over.
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Gene Weingarten: Leggo my Lego
One figurine bears a striking resemblance to this humor columnist.
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Yes, you can keep up your green practices during the pandemic
A pressing issue for environmental groups is the potential waste being produced by more people using single-use items, such as disinfecting wipes and paper towels.
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A former high school football player dove and caught a child dropped from the balcony of a burning building
Moments later, another bystander ran into the deadly fire to save the child's sister. The men now say they're bonded for life.
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Joy Reid named new MSNBC host for 7 p.m. hour
The network veteran will become the only black woman hosting her own primetime show on cable news starting July 20.
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Date Lab: ‘We were sort of roasting each other,’ he says
She was just what he was looking for — but would their age difference be a sticking point?
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Hints From Heloise: Whole grain benefits
More fiber, protein and other nutrients make this bread more healthful
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Ask Amy: Mother worries about daughter’s rage
She acts as if everyone — family included — is out to get her
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Miss Manners: Generous donations beget more requests
Charities want to meet with donor
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Carolyn Hax: A resolution to help keep your resolve
Starting with small goals, followed by rewards, helps form new habits.
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Washington’s football team may at long last get a new name
Owner Daniel Snyder said for years he wouldn’t change it, but he’s reconsidering.
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A new generation of black artists are reclaiming the roots of techno music
How the HAUS of ALTR label is fighting “white supremacy in electronic music.”
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Draw a picture of summer, and you may become a KidsPost weather artist
Sunny, cloudy, windy, rainy — we need it all for our weather forecast.
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Shepard Smith, former Fox News anchor and frequent Trump target, to host CNBC nightly news show
“The News with Shepard Smith” comes after Smith's abrupt departure from Fox News.
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