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The fact and fiction of the docudrama prequel to All the President's Men. [Read More]
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Dr. Fieve and a colleague identified lithium as the first naturally occurring medication to prevent and control a specific psychiatric disorder. [Read More]
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As a Labor prime minister, he pressed a social-democratic agenda. But he resigned under fire for letting the U.S. stockpile weapons near the Soviet border. [Read More]
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She served on the front lines during World War II and Korea and, as chief of the Army Nurse Corps, sought to contain casualties in... [Read More]
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A Democratic fund-raiser, he ran the New York-New Jersey agency from 1977 to 1985 and later headed the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. [Read More]
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He helped draft the Taylor Law, which gives public employees bargaining rights but bars them from striking. He also led the agency that enforces it. [Read More]
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Read about the real folks in Steven Spielberg's newspaper drama revolving around the Pentagon Papers. [Read More]
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In a groundbreaking field, Dr. Holland addressed patients' depression and anxiety and rejected what she called "the tyranny of positive thinking." [Read More]
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"New York at Its Core" is a catalog of the four ingredients to the city's success: multiculturalism, density, creativity and above all else, money. [Read More]
Lawrence E. Stager, a pre-eminent U.S. archaeologist who unearthed evidence that anxious ancient Israelites sinned by worshipping a "golden calf," just as the Bible said,... [Read More]
Lawrence E. Stager, a pre-eminent U.S. archaeologist who unearthed evidence that anxious ancient Israelites sinned by worshipping a "golden calf," just as the Bible said,... [Read More]
A Harvard professor, he led excavations in Ashkelon, Israel, that discovered a "golden calf" and a rare Philistine cemetery. [Read More]
Crime adventure L.A. Noire is perhaps best remembered for its interrogation sequences, and the extreme ways the protagonist, Cole Phelps, can fly off the handle... [Read More]
The newspaper drama revolves around the Pentagon Papers and other real-life events. But how much is real? We sort fact from fiction. [Read More]
The authors of new books set in or near New York include a former congressman, Robert Mrazek; a judge, Frederic Block; and a police sergeant,... [Read More]
An American espionage agent in Madrid in World War II, she went on to recount daring adventures (embroidered or not) in a raft of books. [Read More]
Why is everyone so horrible in GTA Online? It just happens. All the time. [Read More]
A feminist force and lawmaker in Oregon, she served three terms in Portland as it grew into a liberal bastion of visionary urban planning. [Read More]
The unit, known as the Triple Nickels, was trained for combat but assigned in 1945 to fight fires ignited by Japanese balloon bombs in the... [Read More]
Mr. Hanley served for four decades in New York City's labor relations office and won productivity gains and respect from union negotiators. [Read More]
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