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Here's how to make Juneteenth a celebration and a day of learning about our nation's true history.
More Black professionals want flexible work policies than their white, Asian and Latinx colleagues.
Experts break down the surfaces and areas to avoid when traveling by air.
Widows and children share how they feel about post-pandemic life and how they're navigating the grieving process.
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Rep. Barbara Lee and allies have pushed politicians to reckon with U.S. overreach.
The ruling has broader implications for allowing taxpayer-funded groups to deny help based on “religious freedom.”
The "Pose" star spoke to "TransAmerica," which examines the trans community's triumphs and challenges in 2021.
President Joe Biden will be signing the law Thursday to officially make Juneteenth a federal holiday.
The 20-time Grand Slam champion sent a “special message” to fans in Britain and Japan in particular.
A brutally honest realtor described the home as having profanity on the walls and a fridge filled with rotting meat.
Simpson, the ex of Miley Cyrus, said making the 100-meter butterfly final "is my gold medal at least for 2021."
The coelacanth — a giant bizarre fish still around from dinosaur times — can live for 100 years, a new study found.
The New Yorker staff writer of more than five decades died Wednesday.
"The Dancing Queen" has already won before she enters the pool.
Heavy flooding in Victoria prompted a "mass evacuation" of spiders from the waterlogged earth.
“Honestly, just nearly killed the cast of ‘Friends,'" the "Late Late Show" host deadpanned after a golf cart ride.

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