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The Duke of Sussex joined a startup called BetterUp as chief impact officer, which provides mental health services and coaching to clients online.

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As the administrations change in the White House, the jobs inside the executive mansion attract the public’s attention more than usual. Here's a closer look at some of the most well known.

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Russell Banks, the bestselling author of “The Sweet Hereafter” and “Affliction,” returns with his first novel in 10 years. It’s the story of a dying documentary filmmaker and draft evader who agrees to one final interview. Ecco, March 2

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So many of us are drawn to the water, for recreation, for beautiful vistas, for food. And then there’s those who go to swim.

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What better time to ask, "Um... How did I get here?" as 30-year-old entrepreneur Kathi Sharpe-Ross does in her book "Re:Invent Your Life! What Are You Waiting For?" The self-published, self-help guide includes 30 interviews with executives to artists on their a-ha moments.

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The third commandment is to "avoid excessive alcohol ingestion four hours before bedtime, and do not smoke."

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Young sports phenoms are the subjects of this series, hosted with a very light hand by soccer star Megan Rapinoe. Each documentary-style episode features interviews and competition footage of the stars, including of boxer Chantel Navarro, Olympic gold medal snowboarder Red Gerard and football player Korey Foreman. The portraits are deeply moving and personal, even if they have a tendency to veer toward adoration. Rapinoe only appears at the beginning of each episode to introduce the young athlete. Then she's gone, which seems a waste.

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