Story of female codebreaker in ‘Smashed Codes’

This cover image released by Dey Street Books shows "The Woman Who Smashed Codes: A True Story of Love, Spies, and the Unlikely Heroine Who Outwitted America's Enemies," by Jason Fagone. (Dey Street Books via AP)

“The Woman Who Smashed Codes: A True Story of Love, Spies, and the Unlikely Heroine Who Outwitted America’s Enemies” (Dey Street Books), by Jason Fagone

‘Death in the Air’ tells story of great London smog

This cover image released by Hachette Books shows "Death in the Air: The True Story of a Serial Killer, The Great London Smog, and the Strangling of a City," by Kate Winkler Dawson. (Hachette Books via AP)

“Death in the Air: The True Story of a Serial Killer, The Great London Smog, and the Strangling of a City” (Hachette), by Kate Winkler Dawson

Ornery shelter cats get 2nd-chance job chasing mice

In this Thursday, Oct. 5, 2017 photo, Spike who is up for adoption as a working cat looks out from its cage at the Animal Care and Control Team of Philadelphia (ACCT) facility in Philadelphia. The program places cats who have behavioral challenges with non-traditional homes such as factories and stores and their presence have helped control the rodent population on a property. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Gary wasn’t used to being around people. He didn’t like being touched or even looked at. If anyone came too close, he’d lash out.

Kids, screens and parental guilt: Time to loosen up?

FILE - In this Friday, Oct. 21, 2011, file photo, a child plays with an iPad in his bedroom. Parents of small children have long been hearing about the perils of “screen time.” And with more screens, it’s only getting worse. But working, taking care of children and remembering to eat is exhausting. Parents need those minutes of quiet. So maybe it’s time to relax a little. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert, File)

NEW YORK (AP) — Parents of small children have long been hearing about the perils of “screen time.” And with more screens, and new technologies such as Amazon’s Echo speaker, the message is getting louder.

His honeymoon destination? A San Francisco bakery

In this photo taken Friday, Aug. 11, 2017, Chad Robertson looks over loaves of bread coming out of an oven at the Tartine Manufactory in San Francisco. For a bread lover, no destination is more alluring than San Francisco. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg)

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Honeymoons: a chance to relax after the stress of a wedding by sitting on a beach with a cocktail and contemplating the start of a happy, married life.

Utah group battling Parkinson’s disease with boxing

In this Thursday, Oct. 9, 2017 photo, Daniel Dail participates in the Rock Steady Boxing class for people with Parkinson's at Snap Fitness in Cedar City, Utah. (Jordan Allred /The Spectrum via AP)

ST. GEORGE, Utah (AP) — Daniel Dail’s eyes are locked tight on the punching bag in front of him as sweat drips down his face. His stance is solid as he puts his boxing gloves up in preparation.

Mata Hari still eludes definition

An undated photo of dancer "Mata Hari". Born Margaretha Zelle who was executed during World War I for being a spy. A century ago, on Oct. 15, 1917, an exotic dancer named Mata Hari was executed by a French firing squad, condemned as a sultry Dutch double agent who supposedly led tens of thousands of soldiers to their death during World War I. (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo)

LEEUWARDEN, Netherlands (AP) — A century ago on Sunday, an exotic dancer named Mata Hari was executed by a French firing squad, condemned as a sultry Dutch double agent who supposedly caused the deaths of thousands of soldiers during World War I.

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