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Adapted from a recent online discussion. Question: Do busy working parents have sex? My husband and I have been married almost eight years and have an 11-month-old. We have to force ourselves to have sex once every other week. We didn't have a great sex life before the baby, and needed help to conceive, but this new normal is starting to get to me. We are a great team, the best parents we can be, have a great relationship . . . except for the physical part.
Amy Powerful documentary portrait of Amy Winehouse, the British singer who died in 2011 at 27, a victim of drink, drugs, and fame. Soul-stirring, heartbreaking, the film uses a trove of archival footage, much of it recorded on smartphones by friends, lovers, bandmates, roadies, record execs, and fans, to trace the life and blazing career of the singer and songwriter with the trademark beehive and the fearsome talent. R
Zuckerberg to be a dad Now that his first issue, Facebook, has reached double digits (it was founded in 2004), Mark Zuckerberg has the time to raise a human child. The tech genius and social-media magnate on Friday said he and wife Priscilla Chan are expecting a baby girl.
Mike Sielski: In the locker to the right of where the new ace of the Phillies' was sitting, everything was still in its place.
Ryan Lawrence: Cole Hamels was the rare Philadelphia athlete who exceeded lofty expectations.
Be careful what you ask for    Pitcher Vance Worley was excited when he found out that former teammate Joe Blanton would be joining the Pittsburgh Pirates' bullpen. He was surprised at what came next.
Bob Brookover: The Phillies, in a warped way, just showed the world what a big-market team is capable of doing.
David Murphy: Before anybody lambastes the front office, consider the possibility that it wasn't a failure at all.
The Haskell Invitational is next challenge for the trainer's Triple Crown winner.
Scam artist promoted 1-ounce gold coins to retirees.
His HBO Real Sports show takes a look at the bike war among bicyclists, pedestrians and motorists. There have been fatalities
Is there really no way to give this Army vet the $23,000 he’s owed?
Also in Tattle: Ben Affleck’s nanny, a TV show like ‘Top Gear’ returns, Lupita heads to Broadway and more
Should you need a place to stay for the pope's visit, there is definitely room at the inn. Hotel rooms are still available for Pope Week - just be prepared for higher prices.
Vacation runs can be astounding: bounding up a mountain in North Carolina.
Zuckerberg to be a dad Now that his first issue, Facebook, has reached double digits (it was founded in 2004), Mark Zuckerberg has the time to raise a human child. The tech genius and social-media magnate on Friday said he and wife Priscilla Chan are expecting a baby girl.
Amy Powerful documentary portrait of Amy Winehouse, the British singer who died in 2011 at 27, a victim of drink, drugs, and fame. Soul-stirring, heartbreaking, the film uses a trove of archival footage, much of it recorded on smartphones by friends, lovers, bandmates, roadies, record execs, and fans, to trace the life and blazing career of the singer and songwriter with the trademark beehive and the fearsome talent. R
Adapted from a recent online discussion. Question: Do busy working parents have sex? My husband and I have been married almost eight years and have an 11-month-old. We have to force ourselves to have sex once every other week. We didn't have a great sex life before the baby, and needed help to conceive, but this new normal is starting to get to me. We are a great team, the best parents we can be, have a great relationship . . . except for the physical part.
Endangered animals have been poached in the wild forever. What took us so long to notice?
Should the classic ditty "Happy Birthday to You" be freed at last? A hearing in California federal court on Wednesday inched the idea forward. But District Judge George H. King was not prepared to blow out all the candles, let alone rule, on newfound "smoking gun" evidence supporting the music's long-a-coming liberation.
Bob Brookover: Cole Hamels' final moment in a Phillies uniform was closely watched more than 2,000 miles away.
Former all-star Pierce dies Billy Pierce, a seven-time all-star pitcher who played in two World Series and spent most of his 18 years in the majors with the Chicago White Sox, died Friday.
Bob Brookover: The Phillies, in a warped way, just showed the world what a big-market team is capable of doing.
Mike Sielski: In the locker to the right of where the new ace of the Phillies' was sitting, everything was still in its place.
The Haskell Invitational is next challenge for the trainer's Triple Crown winner.
David Murphy: Before anybody lambastes the front office, consider the possibility that it wasn't a failure at all.
Be careful what you ask for    Pitcher Vance Worley was excited when he found out that former teammate Joe Blanton would be joining the Pittsburgh Pirates' bullpen. He was surprised at what came next.
Ryan Lawrence: Cole Hamels was the rare Philadelphia athlete who exceeded lofty expectations.
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