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  • Ask Amy: Wife says husband can have a girlfriend. Why?

    Ask Amy: Wife says husband can have a girlfriend. Why?
    Dear Amy: My wife and I have been happily married for over 20 years. We raised two terrific sons. We get along great and laugh a lot, but over time her interests have evolved. We used to play sports, but now she goes exclusively to the gym. At home she...
  • Ask Amy: Family rift has deep roots; mom wants closure

    Ask Amy: Family rift has deep roots; mom wants closure
    Dear Amy: The last time I spoke to my adult daughter was five years ago. I hosted a first birthday party for her son at my home and she severed ties with me after a petty argument. Since then, she has given birth to additional children, and for...
  • Ask Amy: Sibling rivalry over who can contribute less

    Ask Amy: Sibling rivalry over who can contribute less
    Dear Amy: I graduated from college in May and moved back home. My dad hasn't been working, and my older sister — who lived at home rent-free for three years — has started to pay for our home phone bill. My sister recently moved out of our...
  • Colombian hooker flap a microcosm of administration's problems [Commentary]

    Colombian hooker flap a microcosm of administration's problems [Commentary]
    In news that must have left my friends at the New York Post -- never mind the gang at "The Daily Show" -- with a renewed confidence that ours is a just and beneficent God, the White House has been caught covering up a scandal involving a Cartagena hooker....
  • Here's a tip: Stop giving your workers holiday behavior tips

    Here's a tip: Stop giving your workers holiday behavior tips
    From now until the end of the year, other dispensers of workplace advice will bombard you with monumentally stupid tips on how to behave at work during the holidays. I, on the other hand, will not. That's because I respect you as adults and believe...
  • Ask Amy: Uncle wants to be sugar daddy for college student

    Ask Amy: Uncle wants to be sugar daddy for college student
    Dear Amy: I started college this year. For a gift, my uncle wants to set up an account for me at his credit union and give me a debit card. He wants to reward me for working hard and wants to give me the flexibility to have some fun in college. We've...
  • Ask Amy: It's time to live your 'second life'

    Ask Amy: It's time to live your 'second life'
    Dear Amy: As I've entered my later golden years, I often think about mistakes I've made during my life — people I've wronged, people who have wronged me, poor financial decisions I've made, things I should have done (but didn't) and things I...
  • Stem cell treatments show promise for some feline health issues

    Stem cell treatments show promise for some feline health issues
    When it comes to cats, nearly everything modern veterinary medicine knows about their health and welfare has been learned through studies funded by the non-profit Winn Feline Foundation. From the very food most cats eat to treatments for a wide range of...
  • Ask Amy: Cousin or brother? Siblings search for answers

     Ask Amy: Cousin or brother? Siblings search for answers
    Dear Amy: My father had several affairs, left our family and remarried another woman. We have confronted him about his sins, but he acts as though he has done nothing wrong. I have a maternal aunt who has a son, but we don't know his father. Our...
  • Ask Amy: Should kids amuse themselves with tech during adult events?

    Ask Amy: Should kids amuse themselves with tech during adult events?
    Dear Amy: Scenario: Grandsons, 7 and 5, at a restaurant or a party with no other children to talk to and nowhere for them to play. They are not at this age interested in adult conversation. Is it wrong for them to amuse themselves playing on an iPad?...
  • 'Remember Me Thursday' honors orphan animals euthanized around the world

    'Remember Me Thursday' honors orphan animals euthanized around the world
    Pet adoption in America is steadily improving, and at least some shelters boast impressive numbers of placements in some parts of the country. But Mike Arms, president and CEO of the Helen Woodward Animal Center, Rancho Santa Fe, CA, is most interested in...