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Updated at 10:46 AM

This recipe combines two of fall's best loved flavors — pumpkin and apple. Pumpkin Apple Streusel Muffins is a fall favorite at the White Lace Inn bed and breakfast in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin. The inn owners shared the recipe in the cookbook "Wake Up and Smell the Coffee," featuring recipes from the Great Lakes region bed and breakfast inns.

Updated at 10:39 AM

Fall food brings to mind comforting soups and stews, warm beverages, and rich desserts — particularly pumpkin pie.

Updated at 10:30 AM

Dressing up your home is the easiest way to get into the Halloween spirit. We have a mix of simple do-it-yourself fall and Halloween decor projects below.

Updated at 10:22 AM

Many things inside the Northwest Side apartment of Bethany Bebech reflect a national trend in furniture, home decor, fashion and more.

Updated at 10:11 AM

STORRS, Conn. — A food service worker involved in a confrontation with a drunken University of Connecticut student who was demanding jalapeno-bacon macaroni and cheese is offering forgiveness.

Updated at 9:52 AM

An open garage door led to a wild sighting at Bozeman High School in Bozeman, Montana, Wednesday morning.

Updated at 9:32 AM

PORTLAND, Oregon — Passengers on an American Airlines flight were so outraged over the way a flight attendant booted a fellow traveler off a plane that they booed the entire flight crew throughout the ordeal.

Updated at 8:35 AM

Like Donald Trump, I love to live-tweet a debate. Unlike Trump, I don’t retweet sycophants who use all caps and horrible grammar to tell me how great I am.Also unlike Trump, I don’t have a crush on Russian leader Vladimir Putin.

Updated at 8:31 AM

Nate Beeler cartoon on Joe Biden and Hillary Clinton.

Posted at 1:01 AM

Sometimes people ask me to tell them about my most interesting interviews. They get really quiet, expecting to hear me rattle off a list of famous names that I’ve scratched down in my skinny reporter’s notebook.

Updated Oct 14, 2015 at 8:24 PM

I’m a “Baby Boomer” born in the 1950’s. As a kid, I grew up in a typical middle class “Nuclear Family”. Like most kids of that time, I have numerous memories of the seemingly endless “Cold War” between the United States and former Soviet Union.

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