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Cooking Thanksgiving dinner is nothing short a production. You'll probably spend more time in your kitchen the days leading up to the holiday, and the day of, then you do all year. We can't change that fact, but we can suggest some kitchen tools to optimize the experience and make cooking Thanksgiving dinner a little more efficient, so you can enjoy the important stuff, like eating.
Spending quality time with your family is what the holidays are really all about. This season, take family time up a notch with matching Christmas pajamas.
Nothing can top showing your gratitude with patience, support, and love — but if you're looking for a gift that shows your wife or partner you care, shop our curated list of 40 thoughtful ones.
Brett Kavanaugh’s accuser wants the FBI to investigate her claims before she testifies to the Senate, and it could delay his Supreme Court confi...
Attorneys for Christine Blasey Ford, the woman who says Judge Brett Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her when the two were in high school in the 1980s, has called for "a full investigation by law enforcement officials."
The rise of Marc Benioff, the bombastic Salesforce CEO who’s buying up Time Magazine for $190 million
Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff worked his way up the ladder to get where he is today.
Target just launched a new line of clothes that look way more expensive than they are — nothing costs over $50
Prologue is Target's answer to the modern, everyday woman's search for trendy, but still timeless, pieces at prices that they can feel good about. It's a new like that aims to make the curated, minimalist look more accessible with a range of classic pieces that have modern twists, all under $50.
Some Democratic lawmakers have avoided fueling rumors of impeachment to avoid energizing Republican voters ahead of the midterms.
From resale options to luxury brands warehouses, there are plenty of ways to find luxury items, both new and used, at prices that won’t make you cringe when you enter your credit card information.
2 of the most consequential figures in the Trump hush-money payoffs were given immunity by federal prosecutors
The man who for years managed President Donald Trump's books, Allen Weisselberg, was granted immunity by Manhattan federal prosecutors in exchange for information about the president's former longtime lawyer Michael Cohen in the criminal investigation into the hush-money payments made to two women.
The family of John McCain, the Arizona senator and 2008 Republican presidential nominee, announced that he would not continue receiving medical treatment for his brain cancer.