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Wednesday, September 13, 2017 at 03:25 PM
The Equifax breach reveals our flimsy notions of what's really private. [Read More]
"Draft No. 4," John McPhee's 32nd book, collects the writing advice of the longtime New Yorker staff writer and Princeton professor. [Read More]
A former professor accuses the for-profit school of illegally evading federal requirements on the sources of its revenue. [Read More]
On film and on TV, the comedians have staked out opposite positions in a very real debate about sexual misconduct rumors. [Read More]
As many as one in three parasite species may go extinct in the next century, a new study finds, which is not cause for celebration. [Read More]
Production of a Canadian supersonic jet fighter, was abruptly canceled almost 60 years ago. But the plane's legend has grown ever since. [Read More]
Bushra Awad and Robi Damelin have each lost sons to the fighting between Israelis and Palestinians, but they are building bridges in a quest for... [Read More]
The governor ordered an investigation after relatives said that older children pushed the boy off a picnic table with a rope around his neck. [Read More]
These buzzy designers are showing at New York Fashion Week. Remember their names. [Read More]
One of Italy's most underrated destinations is filled with remnants of an ancient past, complemented by a host of new bars, cafes and boutiques. [Read More]
The artist Makoto Azuma, who has launched arrangements into space and left frozen blocks of flowers to melt on a fashion runway, takes on the... [Read More]
Police say they've solved the mystery of a case in which a 37-year-old mother of two and real estate agent went missing in the hours... [Read More]
Readers react to an Op-Ed article by Bernie Sanders about the single-payer bill he is introducing. [Read More]
The 22-year-old midfielder talks about her success with the soccer team and her Cincinnati homecoming with the team next Tuesday. [Read More]
As a new documentary on the life of the shoe designer premieres, he and his director sit down to talk film, fashion and pink hair. [Read More]
Pieces to help you survive those inbetween days. [Read More]
A reader would like to celebrate "this amazing woman." [Read More]
The Manhattan district attorney, Cyrus R. Vance Jr., defends the use of two forensic tools. [Read More]
Hippie modernism is revived in Steven Arnold's flamboyant 1971 underground film "Luminous Procuress," starring Pandora as an androgynous madam. [Read More]
What's more relaxing than a place to sit just inches off the floor? [Read More]
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