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Mother's Day

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Top Mother's Day Articles

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  • Moms reflect on effects of gun control march

    Moms reflect on effects of gun control march
    In the aftermath of the Columbine High School shootings 15 years ago, passionate women from all over the country converged on Washington, D.C., to demand tougher gun restrictions. Called the Million Mom March, it was a powerful grass-roots movement that...
  • Enrique's Journey | Chapter One: Notes About Sources

    Sonia Nazario, the writer, found Enrique in Nuevo Laredo, Mexico, in May 2000. She and Don Bartletti, the photographer, spent two weeks with him there and rejoined him at the end of his journey in North Carolina. Then, based on Nazario's extensive...
  • Dads get shorted, even on Father's Day

    Dads get shorted, even on Father's Day
    Fellow working moms, how good are you at buying Father's Day gifts? If your family is like most, less money is spent on a gift for Dad on his special day than is spent on you for Mother's Day, according to the RetailMeNot trend report. More than 85...
  • Waffle House forces waitress to give back $1K tip

    Waffle House forces waitress to give back $1K tip
    Waffle House forced one of its waitresses to return a $1,000 tip she received from a patron on Mother's Day, according to the Charlotte Observer. Shaina Brown received the generous tip from a businessman who wished to remain anonymous, but since he paid...
  • Ask Amy: Troubled times may call for trial separation

    Ask Amy: Troubled times may call for trial separation
    Dear Amy: I am at the end of my rope. We have an 11-year-old son with ADHD who can be very challenging. When our son is being difficult my husband intimidates and antagonizes, yells obscenities and sometimes hits or kicks him unless I intervene....
  • Ask Amy: Conflict over dad's girlfriend

    Ask Amy: Conflict over dad's girlfriend
    Dear Amy: Five years ago, my husband left me for his younger co-worker. He saw our two daughters (9-year-old twins) only twice a week, and never kept them overnight. We all survived, and my children seem happy and well-balanced today. They now see their...
  • Ask Amy: Man has trouble coming out to mom

    Ask Amy: Man has trouble coming out to mom
    Dear Amy: I am a gay man and am having a horrible time coming out to my mother. I have an amazing boyfriend, and I love him dearly but it hurts not being able to tell her that I am gay. She basically thinks that I am trying to "pray away the gay," which...
  • A deck overlooking the Kennedy? This is the life!

     A deck overlooking the Kennedy? This is the life!
    How do you like Jim Flaminio's and Becca Lulinski's deck? You've likely seen it, if you've been in one of the 260,000 vehicles that drive past it on the Kennedy Expressway every day. It's that large deck behind a copper roof just west of the North...
  • Honor is deeper than love

    Q: Could you please elaborate on the 5th Commandment in the Bible? ("Honor thy father and mother: that thy days may be long upon the land which the Lord thy God giveth thee.") - E.J., via cyberspace A: You pose a good question for the days between...
  • But, Dad!

    But, Dad!
    Last month, we took the plunge and asked our mothers for sex and relationship advice, in celebration of Mother's Day. We decided not to punish ourselves any further for Father's Day, and, instead, picked our dads' brains about everything you'd talk...
  • Catonsville postman accused in theft of 20,000 pieces of mail

    Catonsville postman accused in theft of 20,000 pieces of mail
    Veteran mailman Jeffrey L. Shipley turned his apartment into a repository of pilfered postage, authorities say, as he took letters, magazines, Netflix videos and even a Mother's Day card from the homes on his route. Shipley, who worked at a Postal...