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How a Family of Saffron Farmers Harvests the World's Most Expensive Spice
Gulzar Ahmad Kuchayhas been farming, harvesting, and selling Kashmiri saffron - known to be the best variety of the spice - for over 30 years.
Djokovic Returns to Warm Embrace in Home Country of Serbia
Novak Djokovic and Australia
Novak Djokovic's deportation from Australia over his vaccination status could signal future difficulties in his quest to win a record 21st tennis Grand Slam title.
The Persistent Gender Gap at the Supreme Court Lectern
More than 40 years after Ruth Bader Ginsburg last appeared as a lawyer at the Supreme Court, relatively few women argue cases there.
To escape the horror of the pandemic, what did we turn to? Romance novels | Claire Armitstead
n the days when I took small children on resort holidays, I'd make a point of reading at least one of the novels on the bookshelves.
What Elmo's Viral Moment Tells Us About How Parents Watch Kids' TV
We are all Elmo. Or maybe not. Last week, in a viral event that will surely seem as though it happened six years ago by this December, a clip of Elmo getting mad began to circulate on Twitter.
A moment that changed me: I was crippled by negative thoughts - then I bought a silver bracelet
couple of years ago, after a bad academic year, I'd thought things would get better over the summer. They didn't.
SF City Officials Won't Order Any New COVID Restrictions; Private Healthcare Networks Need to Do More Testing
A morning press briefing by San Francisco Mayor London Breed and other city officials didn't bode well given the massive surge in new COVID cases.
Shopping for Fire Screens
If you have a wood-burning fireplace, a functional fireplace screen is essential to keep the room from being showered with burning embers.
Shopping for Fire Screens
If you have a wood-burning fireplace, a functional fireplace screen is essential to keep the room from being showered with burning embers.
'Soul Mate' New Hampshire couple dies of COVID-19 just moments apart
Together for decades, Bill and Carol Stewart took their final breaths hand-in-hand on Dec. 30.
Bill and Carol Stewart met when they were just 4 years old. They lost touch, as people do.