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Returning to our roots: Black Americans are redefining relationship to the land with gardening, farming
For these Black gardeners and farmers, part of the appeal of tending to the soil is a sense of pride and empowerment.
Tony Danza and Alyssa Milano will star in a "Who's the Boss?" TV sequel. It could join a list of other successful 80's reboots.
USA TODAY's Gary Levin explains why he thinks Ellen DeGeneres will return to her daytime talk show despite allegations of mistreatment from staffers.
Here's how six groups of Black scientists are seizing the moment to connect and have candid conversations about race.
On gloomy weather days, especially during a pandemic, it's easy to fall into a bad mood. If you can, find a small treat for yourself to bring joy.
Moving is always hard. Moving during a pandemic is emotionally and physically exhausting on a new level. Here's how to relocate safely amid COVID-19.
On the "Hollywood Raw" podcast, actor Brian Austin Green discussed his single life and co-parenting with his ex, actress Megan Fox.
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"They're black yoga pants... and I have not worn anything, but black yoga pants since" mid-March says "The Pioneer Woman" host Ree Drummond.
If there's one thing that everyone can agree to hate, it's the alarm clock. But believe it or not, getting up early doesn't have to feel so miserable.
Who says you need to to leave your phone behind to speak Spanish, Greek or Mandarin? Learning a new language has never been easier — or more fun.
From phone apps to traditional love letters, here are some creative ways for you to stay connected with your loved ones while staying apart.
There are some best practices to keep in mind when shopping for quality olive oil. Use this buying guide to ensure you're getting the best product possible.
Skin care is expensive. But as it turns out, some real winners could be hiding in plain sight right in your kitchen.
From her backyard to her best friends, we see many sides of Beyoncé in "Black is King." The visual album is out now on Disney+.
Breonna Taylor is on the cover of September's "O, The Oprah Magazine." It's the first cover in the publication's history to not feature Oprah Winfrey.
You thought the worst was over when spring semester from home finally passed, but get ready for round two. Here's how.
Instagram removed a video Madonna posted about COVID-19 after fact-checkers flagged it for spreading false information.