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Did you see this story in the New York Times this morning? As we begin to open our minds and be accepting of differences, new challenges arise. It would be easy to look the other way and think "Well, that's not my kid. It's not my problem." But it...
This piece in this weekend's New York Times is sure to irk some know-it-all parents. Although none of my kids are nearly as competitive as these two girls, my middle dude has done trail runs (he beat me at the last one we did in June) and recently...
Sometimes it's easy to think of those accepting help from the government as one person: An unmotivated slacker with no plan other than to get away with it. But, as this moving essay from The New York Times reminds us, that's really not the case, in...
Wow...yesterday was an incredibly tense day for parents of Olympians. Clearly visible on TV, the emotions on Debbie Phelps' face were almost palpable: exultation, followed by confusion and then acceptance as she watched her son Michael...
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CTW FeaturesMaybe a swirl of organza or an overlay of Alencon lace would look best; possibly a bit of crystal beading. Style considerations for the bridal salon, right? Yes, and now the cake shop, too. With wedding cake design increasingly taking its cue from the...
Keeping tires properly inflated is vital to maintaining the right performance, safety and fuel economy guidelines for your car. It’s ironic, then, that something so important is often left to the driver’s discretion. The new mandatory tire...
Mary SanchezApparently, May was Harass Your Female Subordinates Month in the U.S. military. I didn't get the press release, but a number of news items brought me up to speed. A sergeant at West Point is being investigated for secretly videotaping at least a dozen...
If Baltimore native Leland Shelton had bothered to check his email in the hectic day before graduation, he might have avoided a shock during commencement. There he was, one of 500 men in a black cap and gown this week at Morehouse College in Atlanta,...
Capital News ServiceCOLLEGE PARK, Md. Haynes Johnson best-selling author, Pulitzer-Prize-winning journalist, historian and eminent professor at the University of Maryland's Philip Merrill College of Journalism died Friday. He was 81. He entered Suburban Hospital in...
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