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Tiffany’s created an engagement ring for men. And some guys are into it.
Tiffany & Co. has been selling the women’s solitaire diamond engagement ring since 1886. It only took 135 years for men to get their own version.
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How trash talking on a Virginia storefront sign led to a friendly fight across the U.S.-Canada border
As neighbors traded gentle insults on their storefront signs, other businesses started chiming in with their own jabs.
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Miss Manners: Graduates can celebrate without their parents’ friends
Reader wants to know who should send out graduation invitations.
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Hints From Heloise: Watch for a signal for help
Someone being abused or trafficked may hold up their hand to ask for help.
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Carolyn Hax: Late husband’s parents can’t accept that his widow is moving on
Her late husband’s parents stepped up when he died two years ago, but now that she’s pregnant and engaged, they’re badmouthing her to her own children.
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Ask Amy: Ex’s new profession reopens heartbreak
They talked about the same goals when they were together. Ex has taken a different path.
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Fox News’s Chris Wallace hounds GOP lawmaker over the ‘big lie’
Rep. Jim Banks tells 'Fox News Sunday' host: 'I have serious concerns about how the election in November was...carried out." That's standard Big Lie language.
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10 ingredients you should be storing in your freezer, according to our readers
Our readers are full of great ideas for making the most of your freezer storage.
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The pandemic made my kids more demanding. How do I turn it around?
They want all of my attention, all of the time and are disappointed when they don’t get it. No matter how much of ourselves we give to our kids, it’s never enough.
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How the Zoom era has ruined conversation
Interruptions in conversation used to be natural. Try it on a video call.
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Ask Amy: Wife with no name resists erasure
Husband refuses to use her name … and has done so for 18 years.
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Miss Manners: How will we dress post pandemic?
Miss Manners advocates for putting away the jammies and embracing a variety of styles.
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Carolyn Hax: A small child misuses a phone? Then an adult is the problem.
Your friend let a 4-year-old look at her phone and the child found videos of people harming animals. What do you do?
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Hints From Heloise: Air conditioning at a theater is a chilling experience
Reader’s hands ached after the performance.
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