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Here's what you need to know at the end of the day. [Read More]
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Schools in the city's Renewal program improved more on state standardized tests in reading and math than the rest of the city's schools. [Read More]
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Court officials told the Spanish news media that at least one of the suspects had confirmed that the cell had planned a larger attack. [Read More]
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Mr. Glowacki, whose plays were produced at the Public and other New York theaters, used dark humor to comment on turbulent times. [Read More]
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The Rev. William Aitcheson is temporarily stepping down after writing an editorial about having burned crosses among other "despicable actions" during his youth. [Read More]
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The sanctions on people and companies with ties to Pyongyang's weapons program aim to break the flow of money to North Korea. [Read More]
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The Times collected data on the racial makeup at several major cultural institutions as Mayor de Blasio plans to tie public funding to diversity. [Read More]
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The design duo behind Markoo finds inspiration from the women in their lives. [Read More]
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Readers object to spilling more blood without a clear end in sight. [Read More]
In some instances the mayor used his own email address in violation of city guidelines, according to the memo, which stemmed from an inquiry into... [Read More]
The eclipse brings to readers much more than a moon shadow. [Read More]
Peter Madsen, 46, has been detained and had changed his account of what happened on the night that Kim Wall, 30, a reporter, went missing. [Read More]
Readers urge them to "go beyond mere gestures" and warn of presidential reprisals. [Read More]
Two retired doctors fear that rigid support for a single-payer system could backfire. [Read More]
Alice Goodman wrote the librettos for two of the most important operas of the late 20th century. Then she seemed to vanish from the scene. [Read More]
Rereading Maya Angelou, Richard Wright and other mid-20th-century writers is to see anew that Appomattox was as much a beginning as an end. [Read More]
Hearing the words "white power" is deeply painful for me as a black woman. But it's worse for the broken people chanting them. [Read More]
Here's what you need to know to start your day. [Read More]
For many New Zealanders, Meads epitomized his nation's rugged image of itself. As he put it, "Heads down, bottoms up and drive, drive for 80... [Read More]
On opening night of the Drive East season of Indian dance, Sujata Mohapatra personified the multiple aspects of an art. [Read More]
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