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    Today’s Birthday (06/21/22). Collaborate for shared gain this year. Expand with steady exploration, investigation and research. Resolving physical challenges this summer leads to energized autumn health and fitness. Imagine and plan privately this winter for springtime social gatherings, par…

      Today’s Birthday (06/20/22). Teamwork wins this year. Explore with steady steps for exciting discoveries. Adapt with physical changes this summer for growing autumn strength, energy and health. A private winter allows for planning and reflection to prepare for an exciting social springtime. …

        Today's Birthday (06/18/22). Deepen connections to grow this year. Discipline with an investigation bears valuable fruit. Shift strategies for health and fitness this summer to build autumn strength, energy and endurance. Savor winter nostalgia and traditions, while planning fun springtime s…

        While you may never be on the Martha Stewart or Ina Garten level of home entertaining, there’ s no reason you can’ t aspire to these mega-hostesses’ easy, breezy entertaining philosophies. And while you’ re at it, you can aspire to host for less— making Friday night dinners or Sunday brunch for the friends you call family affordable, digestible and eminently enjoyable...


        Michigan authorities have long promised to hold key officials criminally responsible for lead in Flint's water back in 2014 and 2015. There’s little to show more than eight years later. The state Supreme Court unanimously dismissed indictments Tuesday against former Gov. Rick Snyder and eight others. The attorney general’s office has promised to press on, though hurdles remain even if fresh charges are pursued. Seven people pleaded no contest to misdemeanors earlier in the investigation, and their records have been scrubbed. Solicitor General Fadwa Hammoud took over the investigation in 2019. Hammoud says she’s “committed to seeing this process through.” Snyder, who left office in 2019, admits mistakes were made in Flint but he denies any criminal wrongdoing.

        Union negotiators were meeting Wednesday with management of three Atlantic City casinos in an attempt to reach a new contract and avoid a threatened Friday strike. Local 54 of the Unite Here union was in talks with representatives of Caesars Entertainment, which owns three of Atlantic City’s nine casinos: Caesars, Harrah’s and the Tropicana. The union has set a deadline of 12:01 a.m. Friday to reach a new labor agreement with those casinos and with the Borgata, which is owned by MGM Resorts International. A second strike deadline is in place for early Sunday against Hard Rock.

        A small ski area in Vermont has announced that it’s retiring its name, Suicide Six, this summer amid growing concerns about the insensitive nature of the name. The historical resort said on its website on Tuesday that it shares those concerns and “embraces the increasing awareness surrounding mental health.” A new name will be announced in the coming weeks. The resort said the ski area has a legacy spanning nearly nine decades, and it is vital that the name better represents and celebrates it.

        Take your breakfast to the next level by trying this unlikely topping like @ashka_vaidya. Before adding the cream cheese, make a spicy honey with sriracha. 

        Move over chicken and waffles. We might have just found a new favorite way to eat fried chicken for breakfast thanks to @chefkoudy.

        While these braided rolls from @elanneboake aren’t technically a traditional bagel, we think they could have a moment similar to the cronut. Think of them like baby challah topped with your favorite bagel seasoning.

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