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Mitchell A. Howard Jr. and Jo Ann Moses exchange vows during a group wedding in West Palm Beach, Fla. Tuesday, Feb. 14, 2012. Palm Beach County Court Clerk Sharon Bock married between 30 and 40 local couples at the National Croquet Center during a free group wedding ceremony on Valentine's Day. Couples taking part in the special ceremony only pay for their marriage license.  No tax dollars were used for the wedding. This is the second year that the Clerk's office has held its group Valentine's Day ceremony at the Croquet Center. (AP Photo/J Pat Carter)

11 'gorgeous' things men should say to their wives

- Deseret News

Helping your wife feel gorgeous can bring magic into your marriage. These genuine statements that come from your heart will be sure to put a smile on her face.

Having a new baby is both exhilarating and tiring, and new moms may find certain questions or comments to be annoying. (AP Photo/Enid News & Eagle, Bonnie Vculek)

10 things a new mom doesn't want to hear

- Deseret News

It's hard to know what to say to new moms, especially if you've never been in their shoes, but asking about breastfeeding and sleep can be intrusive -- unless she brings up the topics.

In a demographic shift, the millennial generation is expected to outnumber the baby boom generation this year. One implications of such a change is that more people from differing generations are likely to work together. This August 2013 photo shows Brad Karsh of JB Training Solutions speaking to a group of generation X'ers at a manufacturing company in Chicago. Some people generalize that baby boomers are workaholics, Gen Xers demand a work-life balance, and millennials are masters of technology and have high, high expectations. (AP Photo/M. Spencer Green)

Move over, baby: Boomers are about to be outnumbered

- Deseret News

Sometime this year, the millennials -- those ages 18 to 34 in 2015 -- will outnumber what has been America's largest generation, baby boomers. Generation X finds itself caught in the middle -- for now.

Sen. Lamar Alexander, Tennessee Republican and chairman of the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee Wednesday came out against President Obama's new paid family-leave policy, saying the cost was to high for businesses. (Associated Press)

Obama paid-leave mandate runs into GOP opposition

- The Washington Times

President Obama on Thursday rolled out a new family leave policy for federal workers and called on Congress to make it law for private-sector workers as well, the latest executive action from Mr. Obama's pen designed both to pressure congressional Republicans and to demonstrate the president will to act on his own if necessary.