Carolyn Hax: How to stop the hurt when family relationships fall short

It's one thing to “face reality and change your expectations" of family, but to get over feeling hurt is another, tougher thing.

By Carolyn HaxJuly 13, 2022

Miss Manners: How to respond when friends take calls in front of you

Reader wants a proper response to companions who take long calls.

By Judith Martin, Nicholas Martin and Jacobina MartinJuly 13, 2022

Ask Amy: My brother berates me and my parents take his side

Reader’s brother has never been nice to them, but their parents are always taking his side and wanting them to be closer.

By Amy DickinsonJuly 13, 2022

‘Yellowstone’ actress pilfered $96K in disability funds, officials say

Actress Q’orianka Kilcher, of "Yellowstone" and "The New World," faces two felony counts of insurance fraud.

By Lateshia BeachumJuly 12, 2022

Subway tuna lawsuit still hangs over the chain after judge’s ruling

Subway's tuna sandwich lacks tuna, the plaintiffs claim in their amended suit. A judge dismissed some, but not all, of the claims.

By Tim CarmanJuly 12, 2022

Salisbury steak is a reminder that a basic recipe can be so good

This Salisbury steak recipe from food blogger Amanda Rettke calls for patties mixed with potato chips and seasoned with ground mustard and garlic powder.

By Ann MaloneyJuly 12, 2022

New York Times won’t correct its errant essay on ectopic pregnancy

Guest essays don’t represent the institution that publishes them. But outlets have a duty to facts and science.

By Erik WempleJuly 12, 2022

How to make a snackle box, the charcuterie board’s portable cousin

Snackle boxes have taken off as a way to keep snacks divided, dry and portable for beach trips and more.

By Samantha CheryJuly 12, 2022

She’s running for Congress, despite the anti-Asian attacks against her

Yuh-Line Niou is campaigning for a U.S. House seat that would represent Manhattan and Brooklyn.

By Soo YounJuly 12, 2022

Sarah Palin Reconsidered

It’s all too easy to ridicule her. As she runs for Congress, I set out to tell a different story.

By T.A. FrankJuly 12, 2022

What a farm owner does in a workday

A morning harvest, a fresh lunch and a farmers market session are all part of a typical workday for this farm owner.

By Natalie McGillJuly 12, 2022

Grace Kelly’s clothing goes on display in D.C., but some wonder why

At the Hillwood museum, there’s some debate over an exhibition of the princess’s Dior fashions.

By Cathy AlterJuly 12, 2022

International Spy Museum marks 20 years of revealing tricks of the trade

D.C. museum showcases cool gadgets and fake poop among its 10,000 artifacts.

By Marylou TousignantJuly 12, 2022

Lost your physical confidence after a fall? Here’s how to get it back.

Falls can make people so anxious that they stop exercising and lose their physical fitness. Here's how to make sure that doesn't happen to you.

By Elizabeth HeathJuly 12, 2022

Imani Perry: Don’t marginalize the South in America’s history

In her new book, the scholar explores the realities and myths of the American South.

By Robin Rose ParkerJuly 12, 2022

Plantable paper is an eco-friendly, sentimental gardening tool

These products allow people to plant wedding invitations, memorial cards and other meaningful papers.

By Christina WymanJuly 12, 2022

It’s been a hard time for librarians. Enter an epic sleepover of stuffed toys.

“I heard several kids whisper, ‘I love you — be good and have fun,’ ” said library technician Linda Hori.

By Cathy FreeJuly 12, 2022

Carolyn Hax: How to cultivate calm during a stressful move

Moving homes has a writer feeling stressed and wondering how to cultivate calm during difficult situations.

By Carolyn HaxJuly 12, 2022

Ask Amy: My tenants don’t appreciate me so I want to raise their rent

A landlord thinks his tenants, who pay their rent in full each month, are "unappreciative and oblivious" to all the breaks he's given them.

By Amy DickinsonJuly 12, 2022

Miss Manners: I love my daughter’s cooking but I can’t eat sugar

Reader wonders how to enjoy her daughter’s cooking while also not eating sugar.

By Judith Martin, Nicholas Martin and Jacobina MartinJuly 12, 2022