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Dear Abby

DEAR ABBY: I have been dating my boyfriend just over a year. We live and work together, which I enjoy. He, on the other hand, expressed fro… Read more

Sense & Sensitivity

DEAR HARRIETTE: I have been dating a guy for almost a year. He is super sweet, and we enjoy each other's company. I told him I wanted and n… Read more

Election

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Dear Abby

DEAR ABBY: My husband, "John," recently returned from his fourth Middle East tour after having been gone for a year. As soon as he got back… Read more

Ask The Doctors

DEAR DOCTOR: What is sick sinus syndrome? Is a pacemaker the only cure? My grandmother was just diagnosed with it but, at age 94, has refus… Read more

Sense & Sensitivity

DEAR HARRIETTE: I have teenagers who are just starting to date, and frankly, I am concerned about all of the talk of sexual misconduct in t… Read more

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Love, life and protest

There's a scene in the new movie "Gosnell: The Trial of America's Biggest Serial Killer," that should launch candid conversations around th… Read more

It's not the slur, it's the stupidity

For somebody like me, the Major League Baseball playoffs serve as a splendid diversion from the squalor of partisan politics. For serious f… Read more

90 days to a worse you

I've always dreamed of writing a million-copy-selling self-help book, but since I'm not very good at anything, I thought it was just anothe… Read more

Now it's the Roberts court

At his White House swearing-in ceremony, Justice Brett Kavanaugh described a role for the Supreme Court that was often obscured during his … Read more

What should happen to Deputy AG who discussed bugging Trump?

Not long after a 2017 meeting in which Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein reportedly discussed wearing a wire to secretly record conver… Read more

The peculiar politics of Maine

NORRIDGEWOCK, Maine -- Could towns like this, a tiny crossroads of fewer than 1,300 households -- now draped in brilliant autumn foliage co… Read more

Trump's trolling vs. the 'constitution of knowledge'

On the road again, and full of indignation about, or perhaps admiration for, what he called "made-up" and "fabricated" Democratic accusatio… Read more

Animal homelessness: How everyone can help

Animal homelessness is perhaps the biggest issue we face as animal lovers. Everyday, countless pets are taken into “the system,” either by … Read more

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