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Reghan Winkler: Dating is hard. Getting scammed makes it worse.

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In the digital dating era, finding love is just a few taps away. Online dating has made it easier than ever to connect with potential partners from anywhere in the world, but as the popularity of online dating increases, so does the risk of falling victim to a romance scam.

Legal-Ease: Compensation for care that keeps loved one out of nursing home

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Independent from the cost concerns, there are many reasons why people want to avoid moving into a nursing home. Nevertheless, when a person has various medical conditions that prevent that person from living alone, there can be few alternatives.

Tom Purcell: How to write a romance story

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All my father ever wanted as a young man was to marry my mother and start a family — plans that were interrupted when he was drafted into the Army during the Korean conflict.

Don Stratton: When technology fails, and so do we

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I am basically a Luddite who was dragged, somewhat unwillingly, into the world of modern technology. I only did it out of necessity, and now technology has rapidly become almost impossible to live without. I recently found out the hard way that when technology fails, our own mistakes can quickly exacerbate the situation.

S.E. Cupp: Joe plays the nice guy with rowdy, rude House

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If you tuned in to Tuesday night’s State of the Union address, Joe Biden’s third as president, it felt at times like we were watching the shouting matches typical of the United Kingdom’s Parliament more than it did a speech to the United States Congress.

Gary Franks: Our 21st-century Klansmen no longer have sheets and hoods

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Maybe I have been too exposed to the Ku Klux Klan and their sympathizers over the years – whether they were dressed in a white robe or now wearing a Brooks Brothers’ suit, I say facetiously.

Holy Cow! History: A Civil War doctor and a TV dinner favorite

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The doctor had a serious problem, and he had a good idea why it was happening.

Robert B. Reich: Don’t believe McCarthy on Social Security, Medicare cuts

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Speaker Kevin McCarthy said this week that Republicans will not call for cuts in Social Security or Medicare as they wheel and deal over the debt ceiling. He has promised to take Social Security and Medicare cuts “off the table.”

S.E. Cupp: Moving on from Trump and his voters

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“Press them hard enough, and most Republican officials…will privately admit that Donald Trump has become a problem,” writes McKay Coppins in a new Atlantic piece. “Aside from his most blinkered loyalists, virtually everyone in the party agrees: It’s time to move on from Trump.”

Christine Flowers: Abortion never ceases to be an issue

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I’m sure that regular readers of this column think all I ever talk about, write about, ruminate on and care about is abortion.