Because we’re down to the wire, some homemade Valentine options, from Rachael’s tasty truffles to a DIY dinner in Bon Appétit.
Because you might be one, or are in love with one, a life-saving story on what’s killing middle-aged white men.
Because we feel bad everyone’s hating on Coldplay, a look at Chris Martin that hints at harder times.
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The Hollywood Reporter
The comic on Trump, Hillary Clinton (“she’s such a Charlie Brown figure”), and this crazy election. “It’s not just sport. It’s blood sport.”
Who wouldn’t want to spend a day shopping with Adele?
The Coldplay frontman (and former Mr. Paltrow) on divorce: “You can come at it aggressively and blame and blame…. Or you can take yourself apart and clean off the bits. Reassemble.”
A chilling look at the suicide of copilot Andreas Lubitz and the downing of a Germanwings flight a year ago.
Last-Minute Valentine's Day Ideas
Rachael Ray Every Day
Your ridiculously simple guide to decadent homemade truffles.
Skip the roses and the fancy restaurant. For real romance, cook up a modern Italian meal together, no reservations required.
First date? Popping the question? Expert wine picks for every Valentine’s Day occasion.
Health News You Need to Read Now
If you only have time to read one piece in the app this week, for the sake of yourself, your husband and your family, make it this one.
Sugar addiction is real, and not just in a “I can’t stop eating Swedish Fish” kind of way; some scientists liken our compulsive sweets consumption to alcohol or drug binges.
Adding vitamins, omega-3s and protein to packaged food seems like a good idea. But is that stuff doing you more harm than good?
You work hard for your stress. Here’s how to upgrade your downtime so it’s just as successful.
Time for a Kitchen Makeover
HGTV designer Vern Yip knows when a room works, and his kitchen “just didn’t cut it.” He doubled the size, added graphics and created a family-friendly space with a look all its own.
Our Founding Fathers believed in capitalism, which is why you’re fulfilling your civic duty by thinking about buying an appliance this weekend.
Food Network Magazine
Cake Wars judge Ron Ben-Israel goes for the bold with his ruby red and black galley kitchen in New York City. The color “gets me energized,” says the famed baker.
O, The Oprah Magazine
No contractor required touch-ups that spiff up your space.