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Life & Style

Here's Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt's Full Relationship Timeline — So Far, at Least!

Now that they've bailed on their second marriages, fans are excited to see Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt rekindling the flame. Brad split from wife Angelina Jolie in 2016, and Jennifer confirmed her breakup with husband Justin Theroux in February. Of course, Brad and Jen had a lot of marriage drama of their own back in the day. In honor of these O.G. spouses reconnecting, we're recapping Jen and Brad's relationship thus far with this timeline.
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14 Times 'Grey's Anatomy' Nostalgia Gave Us Life in Season 14

Stalwart ABC show Grey’s Anatomy is constantly reinventing itself and shuffling its cast, but it never forgets its history. In fact, with so many fans who have watched Grey’s since Season 1 and so many others who’ve caught up with the drama through Netflix, the show capitalizes on its callbacks. The show’s 300th episode was loaded with nostalgia, but really, the entire 14th season was suffused with references to characters and plotlines of seasons past.

Flexibility and Military Spouses: Why Flexibility Is Key For This Forgotten Demo

Brooke Jones-Chinetti never had any intention of leaving the military. After graduating from West Point, she served in the Army for six years and completed two deployments to the Middle East. During her service, she was selected for a premier pilot program called Women in Combat Arms, and then she was hand-selected to lead human resources for an organization of 4,500 people. “I loved it,” she says. “I didn’t think that I was going to get out.” But life—or, more specifically, corporate America—had other ideas.
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He Thought His Entire Family Had Died In The Holocaust. Then Came A Miracle.

Yad Vashem, Israel's official Holocaust memorial, operates the Names Recovery Project in hopes of chronicling the stories of the Holocaust's six million Jewish victims. But the project's online database also helped a 102-year-old man named Eliahu Pietruszka realize his brother had actually survived. And though his brother passed away in 2011, as reported by The Associated Press, Pietruszka got to meet his brother's son for the very first time in 2017.
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Celebrating The Extraordinary Life Of Naomi Parker Fraley, The Real ‘Rosie The Riveter’

Naomi Parker Fraley — who passed away on January 20 at 96 years old — lived a life of relative anonymity, even as her likeness became an emblem of feminism and determination. It wasn't until 2015 when Fraley was recognized as the real "Rosie the Riveter," the inspiration for the woman rolling up her sleeves, flexing her muscles, and exclaiming, "We Can Do It!" in the famous World War II-era poster.