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It's only June 1, and the grossest thing on TV this summer has already happened. Preacher should just pack it in now, because its fictional

Posted at 9:15 AM

Starbucks is ready to win over coffee snobs with two new cold beverages this summer.

Posted at 9:00 AM

Under America's diagnosis, I am a "crazy cat lady." This is a judgment, an accusation, a scarlet "C" scratched into my forearm by one of my three cats.

Posted at 9:00 AM

From "Snow White" to "Frozen," there's a Disney classic that brings you back to your childhood. But for those of us who were born in the last 30 years or so, a different kind of Mouse House film helped shape our adolescence: Disney Channel Original...

Updated at 8:34 AM

If summer has truly begun, ice cream is on everybody’s mind. In my little town this past weekend all three major ice cream outlets — the kind that scoop — were lines of giggling kids led by parents and grandparents,...

Posted at 8:30 AM

A baby suffering from a birth defect caused by the Zika virus was born on Tuesday in New Jersey to a woman visiting from Honduras who is infected with virus after she was bitten by a mosquito early on in her pregnancy, media reported.

Updated at 8:15 AM

Q: Is it necessary to peel fresh ginger when cooking with it? — J.Y., Niles, Ohio A: The peel isn’t harmful to eat; however, it can be tough and bitter. I’m not sure you would want to use it in your...

Updated at 8:07 AM

How can it possibly be June 1? So much for spring cleaning: My desk and email inbox are still pretty full. Technically, I have a few weeks of spring left, so I’ll make use of the time to share tidbits that have...

Updated at 8:00 AM

A burlesque dancer says JetBlue employees at Boston's Logan International Airport forced her to change clothes before she was allowed to board a connecting flight to Seattle.

Posted at 8:00 AM

A small group of employees in Dubai is starting to move into a new workspace that the emirate says is the world's first functional office building made using three-dimensional printer technology.

Updated at 7:55 AM

From ancient times, amphibious military invasions are rightly regarded as especially challenging. Early summer includes the 72nd anniversary of the greatest such operation, the Allies’ invasion of France in World War II, on June 6, 1944...

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