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Here's what psychologists say is driving their behavior.
The coronavirus pandemic started a banana bread and sourdough frenzy. But why bread and not other baked goods?
Experts weigh in on whether dogs can tell a baby is on the way.
What white people and other allies do in conversations about the mental health effects of racism matters.
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"To keep mothers sane and in the workforce ... we need a much larger public policy solution."
“Epidemics are not like hurricanes — you don’t hunker down for a few days and then they’re gone,” said Neil Ferguson.
The mayor's spokesman reportedly calls the action part of a "re-examination" of monuments and statues.
GOP Rep. Greg Ginaforte's wife, Susan, met with Guilfoyle. Neither wore a mask nor maintained social distance.
Authorities are looking into the Greenville incident as possibly gang-related.
The artists hope to elevate their statements about "the invisible violence taking place in our country right now."
The latest grim milestone follows several record-setting days in the U.S.
"He used OUR Independence Day to tell a majority of our country that we are not welcome here in America," snapped one.
The Republican Party has a conspiracy cult problem. And it's not going away.
Black Muslims are often overlooked in conversations about Islam, and Afro-Arabs are in Arab politics and culture.

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