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From snipers to moms: World War II exhibit focuses on women

"It's about the human story," founder Kenneth Rendell explains. "We're thrilled to have the opportunity to showcase and honor women's service to the war effort."

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Many cancer patients juggle care along with financial pain

Hospitals and patient advocates around the U.S. are rushing to offer more help for the latter as treatment costs soar and insurance coverage shrinks. They say patients who get overwhelmed by bills often delay treatment or cut back on prescriptions, which hurts their care.

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2 couples navigate infidelity, chaos in ‘Little Disasters’

New York City pulses in the background of the characters' chaos. Michael trudges through the blistering streets, wildly focused on getting back to Brooklyn. Initially his determination proves perplexing, but events of the previous year slowly emerge, building the case for his intensity. Meanwhile, Paul feels his way through the darkness of a scorching subway tunnel, clueless as to what awaits him on the surface.

The secret to perfectly grilled corn? Cook them unhusked

For a recipe that produced corn with a distinctly grilled taste and lightly charred kernels, we grilled the corn unhusked. The grill imparted great flavor to our grilled corn, but also made the kernels tough and dry. To avoid this, we soaked the husked corn in salted water before grilling, which kept the kernels moist and seasoned them as well.

Amplify the peaches’ flavor with this simple, warm dessert

We wanted a simple, warm dessert that amplified the peaches' flavor. To achieve tender, flavorful peaches with a lightly sweet glaze, we began by tossing peeled and halved peaches with a little sugar, salt, and lemon juice to season the fruit and extract some juice.

Fresh ways to save some green at the farmers market

When you buy a tomato at a farmers market, however, "almost all of your dollar is going directly to the grower," Curtis says. That grower picked the produce ripe, soon before selling it. A recently harvested peach tastes better than that "hard little green ball" sold at large retailers, she says.

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Review: Snow Patrol returns with ambitious song collection

Lead singer Gary Lightbody looks backward to his youth and forward to his body breaking down, confronts his battles with alcohol and depression, as well as touches on his father's dementia and explores various ways we get wild. The result is a fantastically ambitious collection of songs, one more direct and intimate than many previous Snow Patrol offerings.

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From snipers to moms: World War II exhibit focuses on women

"It's about the human story," founder Kenneth Rendell explains. "We're thrilled to have the opportunity to showcase and honor women's service to the war effort."

Maui’s Kapalua Bay Beach tops Dr. Beach’s best beach list

Kapalua Bay Beach topped the list released by Stephen Leatherman, a coastal science professor at Florida International University in Miami.

Stanley Cup-bound Vegas turning impossible into possible

"I remember eight months ago, when we won against Dallas (in the season opener), we had that unbelievable feeling," Vegas center Pierre-Edouard Bellemare said. "Doesn't feel like we're satisfied. It's a good feeling when you know the guys are excited for the next one."

Los Angeles for tourists: Hollywood, beaches _ and pot?

"This is the best job I've ever had," said Richard Horn, 26, as he gave me a tour of the store.

FAA widens inspection of engines after Southwest accident

The Federal Aviation Administration said Tuesday it will require blades on certain CFM engines be inspected before they hit 20,000 flights. Engines that have reached that milestone must be inspected by around late August.