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When Kathleen Peterson was found dead at the base of her staircase, police quickly suspected foul play. While theories swirled about what happened, PEOPLE spoke to her husband about their relationship
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"I'm not here to throw dirt at a dead man, but I am here to say the culture is incredibly problematic," Diana de Vegh says
"No is not the only thing that was expressed tonight," Newsom said after the election was called. "We said yes to science. We said yes to vaccines. We said yes to ending this pandemic"
The U.S., Biden spokesman Jen Psaki said, "wouldn't be supportive of profiting off of people who are desperate to get out of a country"
Paul Schrade, who was shot in the head seconds before Kennedy was killed, argues police can now pursue what he suspects was a second shooter
"I can't imagine what my life would be without books," the Call Me Kat and Will & Grace actor tells PEOPLE
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Th #MeToo movement, de Vegh wrote, "has provided a specific context for needed re-evaluation" of relationships such as the one she shared with Kennedy
"I've never seen more people cry, just salty Marines, seasoned State Department veterans just break down in tears, talking about their work," Rep. Seth Moulton said of what he saw while in Afghanistan
"I can't imagine what my life would be without books," the Call Me Kat and Will & Grace actor tells PEOPLE
Th #MeToo movement, de Vegh wrote, "has provided a specific context for needed re-evaluation" of relationships such as the one she shared with Kennedy
"I've never seen more people cry, just salty Marines, seasoned State Department veterans just break down in tears, talking about their work," Rep. Seth Moulton said of what he saw while in Afghanistan
Since her big fashion splash at her stepmom's historic inauguration, Ella Emhoff has graduated from design school, launched a knitwear line and signed with a major modeling agency
A Taliban spokesman told The New York Times that women won't need a male guardian to leave their homes — unless they're out for three days or more
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"I wanted to join the resistance and defend my country. But my mom said, 'The kids need you,' " Naveed Mustafa tells PEOPLE
Trump-endorsed Wisconsin Republican "terrified" teenage library worker with his objections, she said
The president surprised the players on the 2020 Championship Team who were at the White House for a congratulatory visit with an offer to see the Oval Office while he acted as tour guide
A spokesman for the group called it a "red line" that shouldn't be crossed
"He is part of our family and that's the way it will always be," the departing New York governor insisted on Twitter
"After I get home and my mind and emotions return back to normal from a world of misfortune and shock, I have many stories to share with you," Aryana Sayeed told her fans on social media
The government "cannot just take a minor on their own," the British defense secretary said this week as multiple countries continue evacuating people in Kabul
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The progressive lawmaker received an advance of up to $100,000 to pen Cori's Chronicles
"My mother told them, 'I am poor, how can I cook for you?' " the woman told CNN — so the Taliban "started beating her"
"I didn't expect to ever run for office," Kathy Hochul tells PEOPLE. "I suffered from something many women, young and older, do as well, and that's a lack of confidence. So I always thought I was destined to be the staffer making the guys look good"
Mayor Michelle De La Isla will have a pacemaker implanted to help deal with the long term effects of COVID-19
Roberta Kaplan's resignation comes after the New York Attorney General found that she advised Cuomo on a letter meant to discredit one of his accusers
Deserving girls get expert advice for their Say Yes To the Prom runway show
Monte Durham, Say Yes to the Dress: Atlanta's fashion director, wins over teens, hands out prom gowns and free advice