Today’s Dish: Empty nest equals happy parents

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A new study found having children will make you happier than staying childless but not until later in life.

A team of researchers in Germany say parents tend to be happier than non-parents in old age, but this only holds if their kids have moved out.

In Colorado, wind sends dozens of air mattresses flying across field after being set up for movie night.

Chick-Fil-A and Popeye’s trade twitter jabs over chicken sandwiches.

Disneyland honored free admission ticket a Canadian woman won during a visit in 1985, when she was 14 years old.

She took her two daughters to Disneyland. The ticket was worth $16.50 in 1985, which today costs $199.

A new virtual reality pop-up at New York’s Westfield World Trade Center takes visitors inside the world of “Star Wars.”

It’s produced by the company Void, which creates virtual reality experiences. This particular Void VR pop-up is called “Star Wars: Secrets of the Empire.”

The half-hour, approximately $30 ticket experience takes place shortly before the original “Star Wars” trilogy.

A bear raids a fridge while teens hide in the next room in California.

A home security system catches a moose on the loose outside a home in Anchorage, Alaska.

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