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The House That Julia Built
La Pitchoune, which became Julia Child s link with France and a place she returned to again and again in her mind and in her recipes, is for sale on the open market for the first time.
Uterus Transplants May Soon Help Some Infertile Women in the U.S. Become Pregnant
Surgeons at the Cleveland Clinic are set to become the first in the United States to transplant a uterus.
Republicans’ Lust for Gold
The party’s presidential candidates are falling in behind — and falling for — hard-money policies.
Adele Cries to Her Music, Too
The British singer discusses the challenge of following up the success of “21,” how motherhood has changed her and why she avoids being a celebrity.
A federal jury in Brooklyn cleared Mr. Asaro, 80, on all counts in a trial for charges related to the 1978 Lufthansa robbery, along with other acts of racketeering and extortion.
Ms. Doda, who started a topless revolution as a 26-year-old go-go dancer in 1964, had injected her breasts with enough silicone to expand her bra size to 44DD from 34B.
Online Matchmaking, but With Dogs as Dates
New dog-service apps create a community of dog lovers, pairing those who crave canine companionship with dogs that could use more people time
After being shuttered for two years of renovations, the Renwick, part of the Smithsonian American Art Museum, has an updated mission.