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Where’s the Line?: After Abusive Relationship, One Woman Offers Wisdom to Other Victims

Lisa Schartiger, a victim of domestic violence, discusses the “Where’s the Line?” campaign and offers advice on picking up the pieces

Sara Yo Spirit Jewels Boast Positive Vibes & Colorful Stones

Hannah Hershoff, the designer behind Sara Yo Spirit Jewels, says her line of accessories can empower women to feel better. Does it work?

The Makeover: Karen Maase’s Deserving Transformation

Capital Style is teaming with several local style experts to transform one deserving woman in each issue this year. Meet Karen Maase, who is embracing her new body after losing 90 pounds.
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Comedy Central: 'Unfair' to judge Noah based on tweets

NEW YORK (AP) — Trevor Noah, the newly announced host of "The Daily Show," rejected the backlash over his graphic tweets targeting Jews and women as an unfair reflection of him and his comedy.

'General Hospital' leads Daytime Emmy nominations

NEW YORK (AP) — ABC's "General Hospital" earned a leading 28 nominations for Daytime Emmy awards, with four of its stars competing for honors as top actor or actress.

'General Hospital' leads Daytime Emmy nominations

NEW YORK (AP) — ABC's "General Hospital" earned a leading 28 nominations for Daytime Emmy awards, with four of its stars competing for honors as top actor or actress.

Correction: Arab Museum-Little Syria story

DETROIT (AP) — In a story March 27 about a 'Little Syria' exhibit going to Ellis Island, The Associated Press, due to incorrect information from the Arab American National Museum, erroneously reported the date the exhibit will open. It opens Oct. 1, 2016, not Oct. 1 of this year.