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  • Cosby Biographer: 'I Was Wrong' for Not Addressing Sex Abuse Claims

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - New York Times columnist David Carr has taken a number of writers and mediates -- including himself -- to task for turning a blind eye to the numerous allegations of sexual assault leveled against Bill Cosby, and he's already...
  • Ask Amy: Widower hopes to move from grief into healing

    Ask Amy: Widower hopes to move from grief into healing
    Dear Amy: My wife of 33 years recently died from breast cancer. Since then I have not changed much in our household because I have been busy tending to my wife's affairs (which are almost complete). I live alone and I have memories at every turn. I am...
  • Worker ants, rise up against fake office blessings!

    Worker ants, rise up against fake office blessings!
    A recent survey I conducted found that the No. 1 thing people should be thankful for this Thanksgiving is that they have an extremely wise workplace advice columnist to guide them through life. The survey had one respondent (me) and no margin of error....
  • Ask Amy: when couples split, who gets each ex?

    Ask Amy: when couples split, who gets each ex?
    Dear Amy: A couple very close to my husband and me split up recently due to repeated infidelity on her part. The impact of this split has been heartbreaking to us and our other friends. The husband confides in us and lives nearby. The wife has moved...
  • Ask Amy: Young relative does a poor job at home repair

    Ask Amy: Young relative does a poor job at home repair
    Dear Amy: I am a single middle-aged female. I live alone, work full time and do various DIY projects around my old house. Recently a young male relative offered to come for a weekend and help with some of my bigger, heavy-duty projects. He did not...
  • Ask Amy: Sister's gossip creates rift between siblings

    Ask Amy: Sister's gossip creates rift between siblings
    Dear Amy: I have a sister who has been mentally ill for 44 years, with schizophrenia. She is not able to work and has been on welfare. I have helped her out for the past 25 years. When my husband died, I asked my brother to share some of the...
  • Ask Amy: How do you know it's time to leave an abusive relationship?

     Ask Amy: How do you know it's time to leave an abusive relationship?
    Dear Amy: I need advice, real bad. I'm 19. My boyfriend and I have been together for two years. We have gone through and conquered everything together. We fight a lot. I have tried to walk away many times over the past few months; this is because he...
  • Feisty cat needs a 'time out' period

    Feisty cat needs a 'time out' period
    Q: Karma, our 12-year-old cat, picks on our two 15-month-old Labrador mixes. He may even jump on top of one dog and start to hiss and bite; he really carries on. Sometimes, we have to pull him away. No one's been hurt yet, but the dogs seem terrorized....
  • No one in Chicago longing for return of coach Lovie Smith

    It's a pity Sunday's Bears-Buccaneers showdown can't be resolved like a Brandon Marshall Twitter war. A ring, some gloves, $25,000 in prize money to the winner and 100 hours of community service to the loser. Lovie Smith and Marc Trestman mano-a-mano in...
  • National Dog Show remains popular Thanksgiving treat

    National Dog Show remains popular Thanksgiving treat
    The Thanksgiving Day "National Dog Show Presented by Purina" has been a hit with TV viewers since the first contestant walked into the ring in Philadelphia in 2002. Viewership that first year hit nearly 19 million. Last year, hosts David Frei and John O'...
  • John Kass: 'Fighting Jane' battled the machine and won

    Did she ever get steamed up at a negative portrayal in the media -- and there were many -- then have a few drinks and call the reporters to give them angry editorial criticism? Sure she did. Often. And the time she became furious with her husband, Jay...