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The voices of postpartum depression survivors

Sometimes the greatest joy of your life can also bring the deepest, darkest pain.

Connecting families in an age of digital disconnect

Technology has changed the family landscape for good. Here’s what families can do to maintain their shared values in an era when devices continually pull them apart.

Movie review: Dark comic biopic ‘Vice’ takes aim at former U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney

Dick Cheney may not be the anti-Christ, but he’d probably give him a ride to the airport. That seems to be the main takeaway from “Vice,” director Adam McKay’s scathing attempt to excoriate the former U.S. vice president.

Could you stay off your smartphone for a year? You could win $100,000 from Vitaminwater

Could you spend an entire year without your smartphone? If the answer is yes, you might want to look into Vitaminwater’s next challenge.

Movie review: Emily Blunt’s practically perfect Mary Poppins saves the magical nanny’s ‘Return’

“Mary Poppins Returns” doesn’t surpass the original — it’s not “The Godfather Part II” or “The Empire Strikes Back” — but it does revive the magic of the beloved 1964 film.

Campaign aims to boost visibility, strengthen transportation options for elders, those with disability

The “Every Ride Counts” campaign hopes to improve access to transportation for elderly who can’t drive and people with disabilities.

What parents need to know about ‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse’

If you’re like me the superhero movie genre has become a little stale. I wasn’t sure there was much hope for it to get better until I saw “Spider-Man; into the Spider-Verse” find out what it is possible in this new film.

Is it safe to eat raw cookie dough? No, says the CDC

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention isn’t rolling with cookie dough.

Millennials are too poor to live the lifestyle they want, federal study says

A new study from the Federal Reserve has found that millennials are similar to earlier generations in what they want economically.

The melting away of General Motors

General Motors is gradually disappearing — like a block of ice on the hot pavement of an August day.