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The Second Time Around Sep. 02, 2016

Tales From the Front

What happens when you Google an old lover? It can turn out well. It can turn out very well. It can t... Read More

Pokemon at Auschwitz Jul. 18, 2016

Marc Dion

The Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum, on the site of the World War II Nazi death factory, has banned ... Read More

Life Lessons From a Daffodil Garden Jul. 04, 2016

Everyday Cheapskate

I love the story author Jaroldeen Edwards tells in her book "Things I Wish I'd Known Sooner," when s... Read More

Balance Jun. 29, 2016

Single File®

DEAR SUSAN: Months ago, we discussed being alone and feeling cheated by life. It's a good topic and ... Read More

Coping with Husband Not Working Jun. 24, 2016

Tales From the Front

Dear Cheryl: I'm a 42-year-old woman. I've been married to my husband, who's 58, for 16 years. We ha... Read More

Adventures in the Dating Game: Part 2 Jun. 11, 2016

Tales From the Front

Today we continue the story of Sarah's romantic adventures. She blew right through Kyle, Seth and Tr... Read More

Show Your Gratitude Jun. 06, 2016

Dear Doug

Q: I just learned that the first Father's Day was in 1910 in Spokane, Washington. I did not realize ... Read More

Find Your Happiness May. 16, 2016

Dear Doug

Q. I am in my 60s, and as a widow, I feel I am slowing down and losing my energy. I have always been... Read More

The Spanx Dilemma Apr. 09, 2016

Tales From the Front

Dear Cheryl: I'm recently single after many years of marriage. I have many questions about dating: W... Read More

Clutter Jan. 29, 2016

Single File®

DEAR SUSAN: You write about clutter in our lives, but you include people in that. Isn't that a bit c... Read More

Think in Many Tenses Jan. 01, 2016

Single File®

It's complicated, this single life. On your own, shunning both dependency and isolation, after a whi... Read More

White House Inadvertently Admits That a Child Is a Child 'Even Before Birth' Dec. 23, 2015

Terence Jeffrey

The Executive Office of the President of the United States — aka Barack Obama — released... Read More

A Tale of Two Terrors: Paris and New York Nov. 19, 2015

Froma Harrop

Like most people, I'm thinking of the terrorist trauma in Paris, though with a somewhat different pe... Read More

Clerk Kim Davis Will Be a Lonely Footnote in History Sep. 02, 2015

Connie Schultz

Tricky business, this righteous outrage. You have to be so careful not to sound like a hypocrite whi... Read More

Just for Fun, Pretend Your Next Breath Is Your Last Jul. 15, 2015

Connie Schultz

Three summers ago, just days after my 55th birthday, my 4-year-old grandson stood next to me at the ... Read More

Intellectual Dishonesty Jun. 03, 2015

Walter E. Williams

President Barack Obama's stance, expressed in his 2014 State of the Union address, is that the debat... Read More

Sheryl Sandberg Finds Her Way Back Jun. 03, 2015

Connie Schultz

Like so many people, my past 30 days have been full of the usual mishmash that makes life so crazy n... Read More

No Laughing Matter Apr. 01, 2015

Wellnews

It's true; if one enjoys an abundance of social status and privilege, one tends to live longer. Rese... Read More

A Mixed Papal Blessing Feb. 07, 2015

Mark Shields

When the Gallup poll last asked, Pope Francis was rated favorably by 76 percent of Americans (includ... Read More

Social Media: Friend or Foe? Aug. 26, 2014

Jenny McCarthy

One day they're your pal, and the next they're your worst enemy. Social media are our two-faced frie... Read More