CNN’s Chris Cuomo scandal is Jeff Zucker’s scandal, too
Just-released documents detail the anchor's involvement in the political activities of his brother, former New York governor Andrew Cuomo.washingtonpost.com
Sesame-crusted chicken cutlets with artichokes and arugula bring big flavor in 25 minutes
Grind sesame seeds to create a coating that gives your pan-fried chicken a crispy outside with no flour or egg wash required.washingtonpost.com
Bake colorful kaleidoscope cookies with this adaptable marbled shortbread recipe
Customize the colors, shape and decorations of these buttery marbled shortbread cookies for a gorgeous holiday treat.washingtonpost.com
Fox commentator Lara Logan draws backlash for comparing Fauci to Nazi doctor Josef Mengele
The Anti-Defamation League and the American Jewish Committee are among the groups condemning the former “60 Minutes” correspondent.washingtonpost.com
Awe might be our most undervalued emotion. Here’s how to help children find it.
Here’s how experts say we can infuse more awe into our everyday lives — and why we should.washingtonpost.com
Local news deserts are expanding: Here’s what we’ll lose
Since 2005, about 2,200 local newspapers across America have closed. Here are some of the stories in danger of being lost — as told by local journalists.washingtonpost.com
This Colorado school board member’s ‘I’m Antifa’ post on Facebook sparked a political saga
In Colorado, a community weighs whether to remove a “loudmouth liberal” from its school board.washingtonpost.com
An Alaskan village’s sole school is 64 feet away from a river’s edge. Inside the community’s struggle to avoid disaster.
The Kuskokwim River provides the lifeblood for Napakiak’s 370 residents. Now, erosion — accelerated by climate change — threatens their existence.washingtonpost.com
Many Mississippi Delta houses are in need of repair. Here’s how one woman’s renovation dream came true.
Thanks to a social-impact design firm and a state grant, Gloria Jean Lewis was finally able to overhaul her home.washingtonpost.com
This architect returned to his former Indiana high school — and created an award-winning STEM program
Tarik El-Naggar’s students recently took every top prize at a state architecture competition.washingtonpost.com
In Selma, self-taught painter and sculptor Charlie Lucas’s work honors his ancestors
The artist creates an enduring legacy using found objects.washingtonpost.com
What happens to society — and our democracy — when community and regional journalism dries up
Americans must understand the existential threat facing local news outlets, writes Margaret Sullivan.washingtonpost.com
A northern New Mexico judge’s radical approach to addressing addiction: No jail time
Jason Lidyard witnessed the trauma of substance abuse firsthand. Now he’s determined to keep those battling the same problems with their families.washingtonpost.com
In Oregon, two volunteers give unclaimed human cremains a proper burial
These devout Catholics are on a mission to provide an unusual mercy.washingtonpost.com
Who’s killing the grizzly bears of Fremont County?
Grizzlies are protected under federal law. So when three were killed in an Idaho community, it didn’t seem like a coincidence.washingtonpost.com
This Utah town wanted to suppress dust on its roads. Some residents weren’t sure if the methods were safe.
The question of how to manage dirt roads turned into a community debate over drought, tourism, public safety and climate change.washingtonpost.com
Kansas’s prairie is rapidly shrinking. Its future depends on private landowners like Lorna Harder.
How she’s trying to save the vital ecosystem, acre by acre.washingtonpost.com
In Ahmaud Arbery’s Georgia community, this group’s demands for justice have had a real impact
A Better Glynn wanted a new police chief, a new district attorney and more police accountability.washingtonpost.com
Bidets are big, but do you really need one? Health experts weigh in.
Fans of the toilet attachment can't imagine life without it, and medical experts agree it's good hygiene, but there are pros and cons to consider.washingtonpost.com
This West Virginia pastor defied the odds to create a diverse congregation
How the Rev. Darrell Cummings’s approach to faith helped him build a distinctive church.washingtonpost.com
A giant panda is big and black and white. Surprisingly, it can hide in plain sight.
The large mammal stands out at the zoo but may can blend in to native forests.washingtonpost.com
Prosecutors ask Supreme Court to review ruling that freed Bill Cosby
Experts say it is unlikely that the nation's top court will take up the petition given the highly unusual circumstances that led to Cosby being released.washingtonpost.com
Carolyn Hax: Struggling with business as usual after ‘the scariest moment of my life’
Blurb: After witnessing their mother's stroke, everything seems meaningless except health, happiness and spending time with family.washingtonpost.com
Ask Amy: My best friend is having an affair. What do I do?
Reader is upset about best friend of 25 years having an affair.washingtonpost.com
Miss Manners: Am I offending my daughter’s in-laws with my elaborate Thanksgiving meal?
Reader wonders whether they should tone down Thanksgiving festivities to match effort level of daughter’s in-laws.washingtonpost.com
Hints From Heloise: Getting your house clean for the holidays
Simple steps to make sure your house is looking clean through the holidays.washingtonpost.com
Jill Biden’s first White House Christmas brings back a warmer, simpler vibe
Biden, who has been working on the decorations since late May, is a fan of color and of orchids.washingtonpost.com
Make vanilla extract at home for luxe flavor at a fraction of the cost
Make your own top-quality vanilla extract. It's easy and makes a great gift, too.washingtonpost.com