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An awkward cloud of disillusionment may follow you today, preventing you from seeing the love that's all around you. Although the tension in the air is palpable, your clever wit and social finesse can...

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  • How an Open Marriage Works in the Age of Tinder

    I’ve been married for nine years, and with my husband for 14 years. We met in college. I went to law school and was studying abroad one summer in Barcelona. I was pissed that he wouldn’t come visit me. I wound up having a lot of flings there, with guys and girls-nothing serious though.

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  • $700 Craigslist car find worth millions

    Have you ever looked at a Craigslist car ad and thought, “I wonder if I should take a chance?” Here’s one that was posted on Craigslist in the Tampa Bay area of Florida about five years ago: ”SERIAL # X53L on documented 1953 pre-production Corvette Frame. We believe this to be a 1953 Pontiac prototype that was to assume the name Longoria? Info received todate indicates that ZAGATO designed and PINNAFARINA constructed the body for GM in late 52.” The typos and misspelling might have been one clue that the person who wrote the ad did not know much about the car being offered. “Might anyone have knowledge of some former FISHER BODY executive that could assist in further identifying this automobile?”

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  • 4-Year-Old Who Fell Into Zoo's Gorilla Exhibit Expected to Recover

    The 17-year-old gorilla was killed by officials at the zoo after the incident.

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  • Gwen Stefani Celebrates Son Kingston’s 10th Birthday With a Little Help From Blake Shelton

    Snapchat-loving Gwen Stefani got as snap-happy as ever while celebrating son Kingston’s birthday.

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  • So far, the 2016 election is looking a lot like the one that came before it ...

    Donald Trump has surged in recent national polls against Hillary Clinton, overtaking her for the...

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  • Fired hospital worker's case points to a trail of stolen drugs and thousands of patients at risk

    When a surgical technician named Rocky Elbert Allen was accused in February of stealing drugs from a Denver-area hospital, it was the sort of news that ended up in a police blotter. The thefts, typically of syringes containing fentanyl – a powerful opiate given by anesthesiologists – “occurred at virtually each and every healthcare facility” dating back to his employment with the Navy in 2011 and ending at Swedish Medical Center in suburban Denver, authorities say. Allen’s alleged modus operandi – to switch sterile, narcotic-filled syringes with potentially unclean syringes containing a saline solution – has also raised concerns about contamination. As hospital officials in Washington state, California and Arizona learned about the Colorado case, they contacted authorities and publicly offered infection tests to all patients who underwent surgery during Allen’s employment at their facilities.

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  • Why I had to escape my Ivy League life and disappear

    Nayla Kidd was an engineering student at Columbia University when reports that she had gone missing went viral. She was found perfectly healthy nearly two weeks later, only telling police she wanted to “start fresh.” But the 19-year old’s reason for going off the grid, without informing family or friends, remained a mystery. Here, Kidd reveals to The Post’s Melkorka Licea what triggered her brazen escape from the Ivy League, how she pulled it off and where she goes from here. I  found out I was a missing person on May 14. I had been ignoring the avalanche of calls and texts from friends and family asking where I was and if I was OK. But that night I caved, turned on my phone and decided to look.

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  • Do The CW's Superhero Shows Have a Big, Bad Villain Problem?

    It’s good to be bad — but what if your Big Bads aren’t quite the best? This past season, The CW’s trio of comic book series introduced villains meant to be worthy opponents for their respective superheroes. But Arrow‘s Damien Darhk, The Flash‘s Zoom and Legends of Tomorrow‘s Vandal Savage all failed to stick the […]

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