Men seem to have a lot in common with the Pillsbury Doughboy, but one similarity stands out from the rest for Steve Harvey.
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"Happy families are all alike; every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way." —Leo Tolstoy, "Anna Karenina"
Many of the most famous and...
A Florida man is in jail after making a big to-do about a missing can of shrimp.
Officers in Volusia County, Fla., charged Jayson Laughman, 34, wit...
After months of planning, it's profoundly disappointing when a planned family outing leads to family feuds instead of great memories.
A bitter rivalry is good for the mind, as it drives opponents to sharpen their arguments to a fine rhetorical point, while serving as great entertainment for outside observers.
We all have those moments where we wish would just slam the door and never deal with that person again, but it's just not that simple.
This is Dorothea Benton Frank at her best, weaving intense family stories seasoned with huge dollops of humor
Anticipating how their children will feel when they read those last words in the will is crucial if parents want to leave the most important legacy for their children -- family peace.
When I suggested to an actress that she distance herself from pain by treating her relatives as characters in her play she said, "It didn't work! My mother kept upstaging me!"
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