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Wednesday, September 13, 2017 at 03:25 PM
Corrections appearing in print on Friday, September 8, 2017. [Read More]
Is it Friday already? [Read More]
The court exempted grandparents, other family members and thousands of refugees from President Trump's travel ban, now under Supreme Court review. [Read More]
How will your work be affected by the president's decision? [Read More]
Mrs. Clinton will talk about her failed bid for the White House and more in her first late-night TV appearance since the 2016 election. [Read More]
The Yanks' spirited play and four homers were a fitting tribute to an ex-player, manager and general manager for the franchise who died Thursday. [Read More]
In 1940, a young Manhattan editor rescued thousands of refugees from the Nazis, bringing many to America. His life has special resonance today. [Read More]
Crews and commanders have little time to train and ships go without maintenance because of growing demands in the Pacific, a top admiral told lawmakers... [Read More]
The regret is one of a catalog of mistakes — large and small — that Mrs. Clinton lists in the election post-mortem "What Happened." [Read More]
Two residents from St. Martin island's two nations, the French St. Martin and the Dutch St. Maarten, describe Irma's destruction. [Read More]
Despite their denials, web conversations reveal that two borough candidates knew a political operative was creating phony Facebook pages to tar their opponents. [Read More]
Mr. Carter's 25-year tenure at Vanity Fair established him as a ringmaster of Hollywood and Manhattan society. But his influence went beyond a monthly magazine... [Read More]
Quotation of the Day for Friday, September 8, 2017. [Read More]
The online retail giant said it expected the offices would cost as much as $5 billion to build and operate, and would be used by... [Read More]
The Republican-led chamber reluctantly approved the new debt ceiling after the surprising deal reached by President Trump and the Democratic leadership on Wednesday. [Read More]
Residents across South Florida scrambled to prepare for the hurricane. Gas, water, plywood and sand bags were in short supply. [Read More]
A usually stoic athlete is approaching his semifinal as a new, demonstrably more vocal player, tapping into another side of his on-court personality. [Read More]
President Trump has both military and nonmilitary options. Each has its own downside. [Read More]
Governors from both parties testified before the Senate on behalf of modest changes to the Affordable Care Act, but the White House and some senators... [Read More]
The workers said Arkema, where chemicals exploded after Hurricane Harvey, failed to warn them of potential risks at the site. They are seeking more than... [Read More]