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Take a peek at some of the best home, fitness, beauty and fashion deals available this Cyber Week.
The couple, who also share two sons, named the third child Adelaide after Meyers' maternal grandmother.
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"Parenting books should be legally required to display the number of children the author has."
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"'Oh, so it isn’t all just in my head,' I thought. 'Everyone really is judging me because of my weight gain.'"
Dyson's cult favorite stick vacs are hugely coveted and on sale now -- up to $200 off -- for Black Friday.
Glenn Youngkin's victory showed that parents can be a winning coalition for Republicans. Next up: the midterms.
In a teary chat with Stephen Colbert, the actor said his "Tick, Tick... Boom!" performance reflects his "unexpressed love" for Lynn Garfield, who died in 2019.
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Nope, Santa doesn't need to be white. And the world is finally catching on.
Snag a bakeware set, a gorgeous new Dutch oven, frying pans and more during this chic shop's Black Friday sale.
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This superstition might be as old as Genghis Khan, but is it true? We asked experts who have studied it.

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