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Dating apps are adding video chat to let you screen suitors. Does the option save time and effort, or chill the thrill? We ask relationship pros and app users.21
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A panel of opinionated tasters weighed in on the qualities that make a wine cheese-friendly. These bottles—red, white and sparkling—are the pairings they ranked most pleasing.24
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