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World War II novel wins Pulitzer Prize

Anthony Doerr's "All the Light We Cannot See," a novel centered on the World War II bombing of St.-Malo, France, and two characters on opposite sides of the war, won the Pulitzer Prize for fiction Monday.

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Hospitals pack up in poor areas, move to wealthy ones

St. Elizabeth's Hospital has been a downtown bedrock of Belleville, Illinois, since 1875.

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10 ways to be creative at work

Have you ever found the creative inspiration you were seeking at the most unexpected time, or thought you were having that long-awaited problem-solving epiphany just as you nodded off to sleep?

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When one partner makes more than the other

It's a common scenario: One person in a couple brings home a higher salary than the other, causing tension in the relationship.

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First look inside new Dr. Seuss book

The announcement this year of a new, original Dr. Seuss book sent a wave of nostalgic giddiness across Twitter, and months before publication, the number of pre-orders for "What Pet Should I Get?" continues to climb.

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This country fines you for being unemployed

Losing your job comes with an extra sting if you live in Belarus.

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'Snoring sickness' leaves you gasping for air

Glenn Keller remembers the first time he realized something was wrong. Doctors surrounded his bed after a routine surgery on his wrist, asking him questions about dizziness, shortness of breath, and being lightheaded.

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The 'cold call' Pope rings again

Memo to journalists: When you write an open letter to the Pope, keep your cell phone charged. He may call to chat about it.

Yes, the "Cold Call Pope" rang again this week. This time, according to an Argentine journalist, Francis phoned to answer a…

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Survey: Swimmers 'make the best lovers'

They say don't judge a book by its cover, but new research suggests you can tell a lot about someone just by looking at what sports they play -- and it seems swimmers make the best lovers.

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This app has helped millennials save $25 million

Investors -- and millennials -- are nuts about Acorns.

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