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Fueled by his restored faith in humanity and inspired by Superman’s selfless act, Bruce Wayne enlists the help of his newfound ally, Diana Prince, to face an even greater enemy as the pair work quickly to find and recruit a team of metahumans to stand against this newly awakened threat.

Thor is imprisoned on the other side of the universe and finds himself in a fight for survival  and a race against time to get back to Asgard to stop the destruction of his homeworld at the hands of an all-powerful new threat, the ruthless Hela.

Our three under-appreciated and over-burdened women rebel against the challenges and expectations of the Super Bowl for moms: Christmas. And if creating a more perfect holiday for their families wasn’t hard enough, they have to do all of that while hosting and entertaining their own mothers.

An undercover British intelligence agent is sent to Berlin during the 1980’s Cold War on the eve of the Wall’s collapse and the shifting of superpower alliances to investigate the murder of a fellow agent and recover a missing list of double agents.

  • By KELLI KENNEDY Associated Press

Between bomb cyclones and deep freezes, it’s hard to find the motivation to leave your toasty home for a sweat session. Or maybe you’re just too cash-strapped after the holidays to fork over $25 for your usual barre classes.

  • By John Rosemond Guest columnist

Four sentences into her Wall Street Journal article on recent research into spanking (“Spanking for Misbehavior? It Causes More!” December 17, 2017), the author, Susan Pinker, makes two grievous errors: first, she says that children under 7 cannot master their emotions; second, she says a fa…

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  • By KELLI KENNEDY Associated Press

Between bomb cyclones and deep freezes, it’s hard to find the motivation to leave your toasty home for a sweat session. Or maybe you’re just too cash-strapped after the holidays to fork over $25 for your usual barre classes.

  • By DAVID CRARY and TAMARA LUSH, Associated Press

The #MeToo movement has been embraced by legions of women as a vital step toward countering widespread sexual abuse and misconduct. This week, more so than at any point in the movement's brief history, there's visceral discussion about its potential for causing harm.

  • By John Rosemond Guest columnist

Four sentences into her Wall Street Journal article on recent research into spanking (“Spanking for Misbehavior? It Causes More!” December 17, 2017), the author, Susan Pinker, makes two grievous errors: first, she says that children under 7 cannot master their emotions; second, she says a fa…

  • By MATT O'BRIEN and RYAN NAKASHIMA AP Technology Writers

LAS VEGAS — The smartphones and other small machines that used to dominate the annual CES gadget show have been overshadowed in recent years by bigger mobile devices: namely, automobiles.

  • By John Rosemond Guest columnist

My critics are providing me much material of late for this column and my weekly radio show. Most recently, a family therapist in Kentucky pleads with the Lexington Herald-Leader to stop running my column (“Stop Rosemond,” Letters, Dec. 28, 2017), citing my “dangerous” belief that ADHD and ot…

  • The Amish Cook Guest columnist

Everyday life our household continues to be quite eventful with our four little ones! Some days flow smoothly with me even getting a chance to sew a couple stitches on a dress or do some mending, while at other times I wonder if I really get anything done or have the needed management skills…

  • By MICHAEL CARSON Guest columnist

For my first column of 2018, I’m encouraging us to do our very best to love ourselves. What an awesome affirmation for each one of us to daily take quality time to affirm that we love ourselves!

  • By John Rosemond Guest columnist

QUESTION: Our 17-year-old daughter wants to begin visiting colleges. She’s a high-school junior this year and this is when the college visitations begin. We’re feeling like the Grinches Who Stole College Visitations because neither of us feel there’s any value to this practice. We fail to un…

  • By John Rosemond Guest columnist

Is a father owed respect from his children? Actually, the question, from a father, was rhetorical: Isn’t a father owed his children’s respect? The dad in question maintains that because he loves his children unconditionally, provides their standard of living (he is the sole breadwinner) and …

KOKOMO - The first time Bill Roe played Santa Claus, it wasn’t by choice. It was an order from his supply sergeant commander in the Army National Guard.

  • By MICHAEL CARSON Guest columnist

It’s stated, “True love is free.” But is it really free? Dr. Nathan L. Bluitt, Jr. comments: “Just think of the sacrifice Jesus made for us. It was not cheap. You will do what needs to be done and sacrifice what needs to be sacrificed for who/what you love!”

  • By JOCELYN GECKER and JANIE HAR, Associated Press

SAN FRANCISCO — Symphonies in Boston, San Francisco and Sydney have severed ties with world-renowned conductor Charles Dutoit. Classical orchestras in New York, Chicago and Cleveland have announced that he's withdrawn his services for upcoming concerts. The reaction has been swift in the cla…

  • By MICHAEL CARSON Guest columnist

If you could, would you go to your past in order to “fix it?” Fix the mistakes and right the wrongs in your life. Change certain things, situations and events in your life. “Rewrite” some of the narrative of your life?

  • By John Rosemond Guest columnist

QUESTION: Our 18-year-old son made only slightly better than average grades in high school and finished in the top half of his graduating class. He could have done better, but has a history of underachievement which we explain as boredom. He managed to get into a second-tier state college bu…

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