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Bristol Palin joins the cast of MTV's 'Teen Mom OG,' ten years after her pregnancy with Tripp

A decade after she made headlines as Sarah Palin's pregnant 17-year-old daughter, Bristol Palin is joining MTV's long-running franchise.

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The cookbooks you need to raise your grilling and barbecue game

SMOKE SIGNALS | They range from primers to those that focus on the author’s heritage.

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How a 50-year-old photo mystery was solved. Well, at least half of it.

Flashback to a demonstration on the Mall in 1968: “That couldn’t be me. Could it?” Answer: Yes.

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Cool off with this Berry Bold Banana Smoothie

This simple recipe puts kids in charge of their own treat.

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For a chance at a gem, get to know some wine importers

RECOMMENDED | They often suss out little-known beauties.

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Nonprofit keeps food-stamp recipients from losing farmers market benefits — at least for now

Association floats an electronic-payments company for 30 days while others work toward a permanent solution.

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Elan Zafir's personal 'The Unaccompanied Minor' is a top pick this week at the Fringe Festival

Reviews of “The Unaccompanied Minor,” the dance-theater piece “Through the Wall” and the school-shooting drama "14."

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The true connection between poverty and obesity isn’t what you probably think

UNEARTHED | Are the poorest Americans actually the fattest?

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The grossest show on TV stars a dermatologist known as Dr. Pimple Popper. Here’s why people like it.

Dermatologist Sandra Lee, or Dr. Pimple Popper, has become famous for popping zits.

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Station to station: What to do and see along L.A.’s Expo Line

The city’s light rail line offers easy access to treasures between downtown and the beach.

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In decor and spice, this new Indian restaurant refuses to hold back

FIRST BITE | Pappe, near Thomas Circle, brings together a band of brothers and makes a fine vindaloo.

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Trilobites: You Should Actually Send That Thank You Note You’ve Been Meaning to Write

New research showed the recipients of an emailed expression of gratitude felt much more “ecstatic” than writers expected.

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Memo From the Boss: You’re a Vegetarian Now

By banning meat and forbidding employees from expensing a hamburger, WeWork is trying to save the planet and raise the consciousness of its work force.

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Bayer to stop sales of birth control device tied to injuries

Permanent contraceptive implant subject to thousands of complaints by women and repeated safety restrictions

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Green spaces make us happier, study finds

In areas of Philadelphia below the poverty line, residents reported a 70 percent drop in depression after public spaces were cleaned and greened.

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Your earliest childhood memories may be false

Can you trust your very first childhood memories? A new study raises doubts

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Exclusive: Steve McQueen-linked dune buggy may be a stunt car from his unfinished epic film 'Yucatan'

Cars driven by Steve McQueen in his films are often worth millions of dollars today.

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The Book Review Podcast: True Crime Starring the Creator of Sherlock Holmes

Margalit Fox talks about “Conan Doyle for the Defense,” and Tina Jordan discusses this season’s thrillers.

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Burberry reportedly burned $37 million worth of luxury goods

Insiders say it's to keep the product out of the hands of the "wrong people," thought the practice is common in the fashion industry.

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"Our superhero": Toddler calls mom when dad has stroke

Doctors say 3-year-old Molly McCabe saved her dad's life when he was having a stroke, by calling her mom, a nurse who was at work at the time

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She Gave Millions to Artists Without Credit. Until Now.

The artist Susan Unterberg, acting anonymously, has distributed more than $5.5 million over 22 years to 220 underrecognized female artists over age ...

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Texas couple delivers baby in Chick-fil-A bathroom

Talk about a special delivery.

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Review: A Dazzling ‘Creation’ Brings Light to Lincoln Center

Carlus Padrissa’s staging, conducted by Laurence Equilbey, is part of the new mix of offerings at the Mostly Mozart Festival.

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Recruiters pay vulnerable addicts to try experimental treatment to kick heroin

A CBS News investigation found that addicts are being paid hundreds, sometimes thousands of dollars in cash to get the 30-minute outpatient ...

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The Daily Spike: Things to remember when your puppy goes on vacation

Summertime means it’s time for a vacation. But before you drop your dog at a kennel, there's a few things you should know.

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Playlist: The Playlist: Zayn’s Bizarrely Great Sleaze Rock and 13 More New Songs

Hear tracks from Chance the Rapper, Billie Eilish, Waxahatchee and others.

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Summer: Free Things to Do in New York: Museums and More, Thanks to Your Library Card

For kids, artists or the history buffs, we share the cultural institutions now free to holders of Manhattan, Queens and Brooklyn library cards.

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