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As the death toll climbed in Italy, demands mounted to hold someone accountable for the failure of the Morandi Bridge. [Read More]
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At Higher Standards you can shop for cannabis accouterments much as you would for wine or cupcakes. [Read More]
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Visitor numbers were rebounding this year, but with the recent crisis, this one economic, many wonder if another setback is looming. [Read More]
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A dose of cheese, garlic and spaghetti to help soothe your loved ones when they're down. [Read More]
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The sanctions were ordered against three organizations and an individual accused of facilitating illicit shipments to North Korea. [Read More]
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For this issue, a look at the unlikely activists who took on Google and Facebook as they made billions mining personal data. [Read More]
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Some of the biggest recycling operations are owned by landfill companies whose profits improve when recycling doesn't work well. [Read More]
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Could the police have saved Kimberly Dobbie? When the victim is a woman, the answer is complicated. [Read More]
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A successful magazine is a collection of disparate personalities with disparate interests who are all trying to tell stories using the language in which they... [Read More]
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Rimsky-Korsakov, his style and career guided by an inferiority complex, is the subject of this year's Bard Music Festival. [Read More]
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Ankara also sharply raised tariffs on American-made alcohol, cars and tobacco, ramping up the trade dispute between the countries. [Read More]
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The Metropolitan Police said a 29-year-old man from Birmingham had been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder. Local news reports named him as Salih Khater. [Read More]
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What got me through a Venezuelan jail was the belief that I would play violin once again. [Read More]
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While calm has returned to a Christian area of Syria ravaged by the Islamic State, the traumatized people have not, with whole villages emptied. "There... [Read More]
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Tim Herrera, editor of The New York Times's Smarter Living section, does not believe the answer to happiness is less technology. Here's why. [Read More]
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Fentanyl is a big culprit, but there are also encouraging signs from states that have financed public health campaigns and addiction treatment. [Read More]
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Amid concerns that consumers face too many warnings, a California agency is moving to nullify a judge's ruling that coffee be accompanied with a cancer... [Read More]
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and whose very existence is in peril. [Read More]
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The patient, a retired nurse, had no insurance and diagnosed herself — which may have been part of the problem. [Read More]
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An online community at this scale has perverse and dangerous consequences. [Read More]
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