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Why pro golf’s rule changes aren’t quite so leisurely this time

Golf's governing bodies typically roll out changes at a genteel pace. Why did the 'Lexi Thompson Rule' take effect basically overnight? 

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To really understand the American psyche, press play

From Helen Reddy to Kendrick Lamar, musicians have long captured the current zeitgeist through songs that become rallying cries for movements and anthems for generations. 

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Fettuccine with asparagus, bacon, and lemon

Slender, fresh asparagus teams up with lemon, bacon, and Parmesan for a bold pasta dish that tastes like spring. 

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Lamb lollipops with lemon yogurt sauce

A flash sale inspired a delicious dish of lamb lollipops with a tangy yogurt sauce for dipping.

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Strawberry basil chiffon cake with strawberry basil sauce

Chiffon cake makes for a lovely and airy spring treat.

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Orange rhubarb swirl pound cake

This pound cake with a sweet, fruity glaze makes a perfect snack or teatime cake.

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Some feathered pros lend a hand

My gutters needed attention – and got it in a delightful way. 

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Peanut butter nutella blondies

There is no reason whatsoever to skimp on the peanut butter or Nutella when making these decadent blondies.

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Top Picks: 'World Party: The Big Bang Concert Series,' the 'Revolutions' podcast, and more

The magic of 'La La Land' comes to DVD and Blu-ray, National Geographic Documentary Films looks back at the Los Angeles riots with 'LA 92,' and more top picks.

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Crustless quiche bites with asparagus and oven-dried tomatoes

These crustless mini quiches can be served either as an appetizer or with a simple green salad for a main meal.

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Congress, all caught up in their caucuses

A look at a distinctively American political term and its distinctively obscure derivation.

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Cooking pizza in a skillet

Skillet cooking becomes even easier if you start with ready made ingredients, such as the components for this chicken alfredo pizza.

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Greek Easter cookies (Koulourakia)

In Greece, Easter is the biggest holiday of the year. You don't have to be Greek to love these simple butter cookies with a hint of lemon.

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‘Mystery Science Theater 3000’ is back... again (+video)

Canceled shows being revived on streaming services is far from unusual now, but 'MST3K' survived cancellation multiple times before debuting in its latest incarnation on Netflix.

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Ham and parsley pie

This all-in-one dinner, packed with potatoes, ham, and parsley, is a delicious way to use up leftover Easter ham. Serve with a simple green salad.

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Why libraries could soon need a national endowment

As libraries continue to transform themselves from places to check out books to civic centers with cutting edge technology, how will they meet expanding funding needs? Some library leaders say one answer is a national endowment. 

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Slow-roasted lamb shoulder

Slow-roasted lamb serves as the perfect centerpiece for an Easter celebration.

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Top Picks: The Detour app, '20th Century Women' on DVD and Blu-ray, and more

The Yonder app can help if you're looking for inspiration for an outdoor adventure or thinking of recommending one you had to others, Adam Driver stars in director Jim Jarmusch’s latest movie, 'Paterson,' and more top picks.

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No more 'peak TV'? Why TV's golden age isn't one for its writers.

It's a paradox: Peak TV has led to more creative freedom, but lower paychecks, writers say. They are mulling the first strike in a decade.

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Shrimp scampi with rice

Rice steps in for pasta in this otherwise reasonably classic shrimp scampi.

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