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  • Utah approves winery in town largely controlled by polygamous sect, whose members often drink

    SALT LAKE CITY - A town on the Utah-Arizona border largely controlled by Warren Jeffs' polygamous sect moved closer to opening its first commercial winery, a new venture and a signal of yet another lifestyle choice that separates the sect from mainstream Mormon teachings.
  • Experts: Back-to-school blues hit dogs, too, when their young owners go back to school

    LOS ANGELES, Calif. - Young people aren't the only ones who get back-to-school blues. Pooches used to months of constant playtime can get upset when their best buddies disappear with the dog days of summer.
  • Canada pulling 3-member lab team back from Sierra Leone over Ebola fears

    TORONTO - Canada will bring three scientists working in West Africa's Ebola zone home by private charter, the Public Health Agency of Canada suggested Wednesday as it issued a short update on the evacuation of the team from Kailahun, Sierra Leone.
  • Some resources for teaching kids about puberty

    Here are some books and online resources about puberty and sexual health for parents and children:
  • Having 'The Talk' with kids may not be easy, but parents need to persevere: experts

    It's a moment many parents dread and postpone for as long as possible: having The Talk with their son or daughter about puberty and all the bodily changes that come with that hormone-fuelled stage of life — from breast buds and periods to pubic hair and wet dreams.
  • Canadians pay more than $500M in fees a year for paper bills, statements: report

    TORONTO - Canadians are probably paying more than half a billion dollars a year to receive printed bills and bank statements by mail, suggests a report released Wednesday by the Public Interest Advocacy Centre.
  • Toronto issues warning against eating wild mushrooms after 1 falls ill

    TORONTO - Public health authorities in Toronto are warning people not to eat wild mushrooms after a resident was hospitalized after eating a poisonous variety.
  • Correction: Dwindling Bathhouses story

    LOS ANGELES, Calif. - In a story Aug. 23 about the declining number of gay bathhouses The Associated Press reported erroneously that Todd Saporito, the CEO of Ohio-based Flex Spas, ran the Gay Games that were held in Cleveland. Saporito held events at his bathhouse and nightclub in conjunction with the games but was not involved in running the event.
  • Right at Home: Facets reflect a trend in fall decor

    Fans of crisp, modern architecture and clean-lined shapes will love one of this fall's strongest style trends: faceted décor.
  • Film Review: Former 007 actor embraces a darker take on spycraft in 'November Man'

    LOS ANGELES, Calif. - Onetime 007 Pierce Brosnan embraces a darker take on spycraft in Roger Donaldson's "The November Man," playing a former CIA agent whose autumnal nickname acknowledges his tendency to leave few alive when he passes through a town. A familiar string of dark secrets, shifting allegiances and (wo)man-who-knew-too-much pursuit propels the storyline (adapted from one in a series of Bill Granger novels), giving Brosnan the opportunity to prove his cool remains intact, sans tux and gadgets. "November Man" won't do anything like Bond's box office, but will satisfy the actor's fans and moviegoers biding their time until the next top-shelf le Carre-style thriller.

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