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Many retailers are cutting off holiday shipments by mid-December this year.
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Organizers of the mock election special for young viewers named Joe Biden as the winner — but only after removing about 130,000 fraudulent votes.
Here are the coronavirus risks of the stress-busting treatment and the safety protocols you should follow if you choose to get one.
Pro-choice groups saw a big uptick in donations after the conservative judge was confirmed to the Supreme Court on Monday.
The cognitive effects of the coronavirus can last for months in certain cases, according to researchers.
The toy brand's new product line contains "adult-themed" scents like "Overpriced Latte" and "Dad Sneakers."
"The Halloween decorations in my yard are all tombstones with plans I had for 2020 written on them."
There are some similarities between coronavirus and influenza transmission, but also a few scary and distinct differences.
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A devoted mother. A woman of faith. A nice white lady. How bad could she be?
The actor shut down speculation that she's expecting baby No. 4 after a confusing Halloween post on Instagram.
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"Kids really overestimate how much parents want to guess things."
We won't resume regular life for a while ― and some things have changed permanently due to the coronavirus pandemic. Here's how to deal with our new reality.
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