Modern Life

Published on July 24, 2016 - Page 11
RIO DE JANEIRO —Ready or not, the Rio Olympics are opening their doors. The Games begin in just under two weeks, but the Athletes Village opens...
Published on July 24, 2016 - Page 29
The (Allentown) Morning Call OLD ZIONSVILLE (AP) — What may turn out to be the last wedding at Meadowbrook Farms features a Swiss groom. He assured...
Published on July 24, 2016 - Page 29
JONESTOWN (AP) — Valarie M. Moyer works in the military during the day, and on the side, is a certified doll appraiser and doll doctor. Moyer works...
Published on July 24, 2016 - Page 29
By BARBARA ORTUTAY AP Technology Writer Ask many mothers and they’ll tell you, pumping sucks in more than one sense of the word. “It feels like you...
Published on July 24, 2016 - Page 36
NEW YORK — “In Transit,” a long-gestating, a cappella romantic comedy set in the New York City subway, has found the express train to Broadway....
Published on July 21, 2016 - Page 13
CLEVELAND (AP) —Sometimes the skeptical donors ask Andy Puzder what it is he sees in Donald Trump, the controversial Republican presidential nominee...
Published on July 21, 2016 - Page 14
CLEVELAND (AP) —Prodding her party, Caitlyn Jenner said Wednesday it was easier to come out as transgender than as a Republican and conceded...
Published on July 17, 2016 - Page 29
By JOSEPH PISANI AP Business Writer NEW YORK — Several websites are trying to make death easier — for the people left behind. Everplans, Everest...
Published on July 17, 2016 - Page 29
By JENNIFER C. KERR and MEGHAN HOYER Associated Press Writers The problem of students habitually missing school varies widely from state to state,...
Published on July 17, 2016 - Page 29
By LOUISE DIXON AP Entertainment Writer LONDON — With more than a million Instagram followers and a best-selling book, Joe Wicks is back for round...
Published on July 16, 2016 - Page 8
WASHINGTON — Nearly 8 of every 10 U.S. drivers admit expressing anger, aggression or road rage at least once in the previous year, according to a...
Published on July 16, 2016 - Page 25
UNIONTOWN (AP) — When Fayette County Judge Nancy D. Vernon graduated law school in 1980, she was one of 10 women in a graduating class of 100....
Published on July 16, 2016 - Page 25
WASHINGTON (AP) — The likely Donald Trump-Hillary Clinton race won’t be a contest over who can win the most votes nationwide. U.S. presidential...
Published on July 16, 2016 - Page 25
BOSTON (AP) — Toy guns, kiddie pools, hoverboards and backyard trampolines are among the playthings that made a consumer watchdog’s annual list of...
Published on July 10, 2016 - Page 29
Gena O’Brien was catching up on headlines when she stumbled across a young woman’s account of her life since she was sexually assaulted at Stanford...
Published on July 10, 2016 - Page 29
DENVER — After speaking to more than 100 people in four states who represented themselves in divorce, custody and child support cases, researchers...
Published on July 10, 2016 - Page 29
TOKYO — The iconic rubber duck has gone digital — but maybe it doesn’t need to. Billed as the world’s first “smart duck,” the $100 Edwin the Duck is...
Published on July 10, 2016 - Page 36
NEW YORK — The ground-breaking Tony Award-winning musical “Fun Home” will be leaving Broadway in the fall. Producers said the show will play its...
Published on July 9, 2016 - Page 9
NEW YORK — Get a charge out of chocolate? New research suggests candy companies may be able to make lower fat versions of the tasty treat with a...
Published on July 3, 2016 - Page 29
BENTON, Kentucky —Pastor Richie Clendenen, 38, stepped away from the pulpit, microphone in hand. He walked the aisles of the Christian Fellowship...

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