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TEST TRAINS RUNNING IN QUEENS SUBWAY; Switch and Signal Equipment of New Independent Line Is Being Checked.
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NEW SUBWAY LINK OPENED BY MAYOR; He Tells 15,000 in Brooklyn It Will Be Extended to Queens When Red Tape Is Cut.
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What a Rise in Obama’s Approval Rating Means for 2016
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NEW RETAIL AREA IN QUEENS BOROUGH; Sees Roosevelt Avenue Subway Station as Great Shopping Centre. ADVANTAGES POINTED OUT Accessibility to Many Home Communities Assures Potential Market.
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CITY SUBWAY OPENS QUEENS LINK TODAY; Extension Brings Kew Gardens Within 36 Minutes of 42d St. on Frequent Trains.
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Nadia G of ‘Bitchin’ Kitchen’ on Cooking Channel
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OPENING MOVED UP FOR NEW SUBWAY; Traffic to Be Started on the Extension of City's Line to Kew Gardens on Thursday. EIGHT STATIONS ARE ADDED La Guardia and Official Party Will Inspect New Queens Branch on Wednesday.
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Britain Votes to Leave E.U., Stunning the World
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The New Subway Routes
6
Counting All the DNA on Earth
6
Prehistory’s Brilliant Future
6
Brooklyn Navy Yard Is Home to Manufacturing Cooperative
5
Driverless Auto Being Developed: Could Be Ready in 15 Years, Ohio Researcher Says
5
MORE LONG PLATFORMS; Five Subway Stations on IRT to Accommodate 10-Car Trains
5
Ryan Lochte and Three Teammates Robbed at Gunpoint
5
L Train Will Shut Down From Manhattan to Brooklyn in ’19 for 18 Months
5
Editors’ Choice
5
Turbulence and Uncertainty for the Market After 'Brexit'
4
The Humiliating Practice of Sex-Testing Female Athletes
4
Rev. Sun Myung Moon, 92, Unification Church Founder, Dies
4
The Old Catholic Church
4
QUEENS TO HAVE 15-STORY HOUSE; Tall Structure for New Residential Development in ForestHills Area.NEAR BOULEVARD SUBWAYSeveral Blocks Rezoned for High Buildings Between Jamaicaand Kew Gardens. Apartment Height's Increase.
4
The Coming Wave of Gadgets That Listen and Obey
4
Jeb Bush Bows Out of Campaign, Humbled and Outgunned
4
Jean Hutson, Schomburg Chief, Dies at 83
4
Red Burns, ‘Godmother of Silicon Alley,’ Dies at 88
4
A Mischievous Thorn in the Side of Conservative Christianity
4
Science in Review: Research Work in Astronomy and Cancer Lead Year's List of Scientific Developments
4
PENGUIN AGREES TO BUY NEW AMERICAN LIBRARY
4
Reneissance Man
3
Anti-Religious Work by Twain, Long Withheld, to Be Published
3
Scientists Find Form of Crispr Gene Editing With New Capabilities
3
The Agency
3
Review: Joyous Energy Fills ‘Anything Goes,’ at Gateway Playhouse
3
Vivian E. Browne, 64, Painter and Professor
3
WEDDINGS; Holly Peterson, Richard A. Kimball Jr.
3
What's What in Automobile Bodies Officially Determined
3
Balsam Oil of Israelite Kings Found in Cave Near Dead Sea
3
DANCE REVIEW; No Escape From Solitude Despite Close Encounters
3
A Defiant Rancher Savors the Audience That Rallied to His Side
3
100 Notable Books of 2015
3
German NGO Cap Anamur Founder Rupert Neudeck Dies at 77
3
In Britain, New Creative-Business Website Draws Support
3
NEW QUEENS SUBWAY STIMULATING GROWTH; Work Now Under Way to Kew Gardens—Many Home Communities Well Populated.
3
THEATER; A Very Private Actor Leads At Least Two Lives Onstage
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Poles organize a new Church
3
TAMAR DE SOLO POOL, 90, AUTHOR AND FORMER HEAD OF HADASSAH
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Silence Befalls Bali, but Only for a Day
3
3 More Arrests in Oregon as Protest Leader Says 'Go Home'
3
Pop and Jazz Guide
3
Hispanics: Voters United by Language but Not Always by Opinion
3
Assembly in Nepal Approves New Constitution
3
A Wall in SoHo; Enter 2 Artists, Feuding
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CITY SUBWAY OPENS NEW LINK MARCH 20; Brooklyn Extension to Bergen and Smith Streets to Add One More Station. RISE IN REVENUE CERTAIN Further Cut Into Traffic of Rival Systems at Terminal Point Is Predicted. GROWTH WILL CONTINUE Station-by-Siation Completion to Church Avenue Before September Is Planned.
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Ai, an Unflinching Poetic Channel of Hard Lives, Dies at 62
3
Stalking in Scotland, the Aerial Perspective
3
Invasion of Privacy Charges After Death of Tyler Clementi - NYTimes.com
3
Robert W. Crawford, 89, Father Of Philadelphia's Parks System
3
We Should Probably Have a Conversation About ‘Damn, Daniel’
3
Washington Heights Journal; A Subway Passageway Just for the Courageous
3
The Last Place on Earth With Ebola: Getting Guinea to Zero
3
18-Month Renovation for Brooklyn Shuttle
3
Chester Novell Turner and ‘Black Devil Doll’ Are Back
3
Michigan Drops $69-Million Road
3
Works in Progress
3
Cake Masters
3
Kim Davis, Kentucky County Clerk, Met Pope Francis
3
WEDDINGS;Katharine Cornell, Sebestyen Gorka
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Interrogating Ourselves
3
FOREST HILLS RENTALS; Demand There and in Kew Gardens Higher Than Last Year
3
Russia May Face Olympics Ban as Doping Scheme Is Confirmed
3
Online University Helps Philanthropic Groups and Their Leaders
3
The Executive Computer
3
William T. Vollmann: The Self Images of a Cross-Dresser
3
Nobel Prize in Chemistry Awarded to Tomas Lindahl, Paul Modrich and Aziz Sancar for DNA Studies
3
In Bali, a holiday for the ears
3
Russia Introduces Law Limiting Aid for Nonprofits
3
The Blog That Disappeared
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DEMAND IS NOTED FOR QUEENS HOMES; Sales in Many Areas Exceed Summer Expectations of Developers; JAMAICA SECTION ACTIVE; Buying Interest Reported at Kew Gardens—Open Roslyn Community Today Kew Gardens Activity Open Home Center at Roslyn
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SUBWAY LINK AIDS REALTY ACTIVITYY; Broker Notes the Expansion of Housing Facilities in Queens District
3
Profits - Dick Snyder's Ugly Word
3
Hernandez's Apartment Is Searched by Police
3
In Singapore, a More Progressive Islamic Education
3
In Brooklyn, It’s the Little Train That Can
3
Sylvia Hassenfeld, Philanthropist From Hasbro’s Founding Family, Dies at 93
3
SUBWAY LINK AIDS REALTY IN QUEENS; Civic Leaders Urge Careful Planning for the Future Growth of District. APARTMENT TREND SEEN Rising Values Are Predicted for the Forest Hills and Kew Gardens Areas. Views Future With Optimism Cites New Responsibilities SUBWAY LINK AIDS REALTY IN QUEENS Changing Conditions Seen Sales in Rego Park
3
Charles Higham, Celebrity Biographer, Dies at 81
3
B.M.T. 'El' Lines to Shift Service; City to Close 2 Sections This Week; New Schedules Affect Fulton St., Lexington Ave. and Culver Roads--Free Transfers to the Independent System at Some Stations
3
Haiti Panel Recommends Throwing Out Results of Disputed Vote
3
Ryan McGinley, the Pied Piper of the Downtown Art World
3
Josh Robin and Manoush Zomorodi Find Balance in Technology and Teamwork
3
Apple Puts $1 Billion in Didi, a Rival to Uber in China
3
Qatar’s Support of Islamists Alienates Allies Near and Far
3
Coca Crystal, Avatar of Counterculture and Provocateur, Dies at 68
3
Ruth S. Morgenthau, 75, an Adviser to Carter, Is Dead
3
A Family Team Looks for James Bond’s Next Assignment
3
Should All Research Papers Be Free?
3
Power to the People (and Some Pop Too)
3
A Lawyer Rejoins a Cause That First Gripped Her 70 Years Ago
3
FOREST HILLS IS ACTIVE; Renting Is Heaviest in Years There, Broker Reports
3
Life Beyond the Subway Is Subject to Its Own Disruptions
3
Cautious Response to Armed Oregon Protest
3
Wildlife Refuge Occupied in Protest of Oregon Ranchers' Prison Terms
3
Humanitarian Aid for Rape Victims
3
TRANSIT OUTLOOK BRIGHT IN BROOKLYN; First Branch Lines on Assessment Plan Likely to be Built in That Borough.
3
WEDDINGS/CELEBRATIONS; Isca Greenfield-Sanders, Sebastian Blanck
3
Peter Schwed, 92, an Executive at Simon & Schuster and Author, Dies
2
Leila Alaoui, Photographer Wounded in Burkina Faso Siege, Dies at 33
2
George Tindall, 85, Historian Who Charted the New South, Dies
2
THEY TURNED OLD MOVIES INTO A TIMELY FILM ABOUT NUCLEAR WAR
2
Implantable Heart Device Receives F.D.A. Approval
2
John Epperson Returns, in ‘Lypsinka! The Trilogy’
2
Bleriot Tells of his Flight
2
James Alan McPherson, Pulitzer Prize-Winning Writer, Dies at 72
2
Marco Rubio Swings Through New Hampshire
2
Subway Cars Here To Get Strip Maps Showing One Route; New Series of Maps, Signs and Schedules Are Designed to Take the Guesswork Out of Subway Travel
2
Dorothy Thomas, the 'Mother' of Bone Marrow Transplants, Dies at 92
2
Nutrition Plate Unveiled to Replace the Food Pyramid
2
China Bars Anastasia Lin, Miss World Canada (and Rights Advocate)
2
Protesters rip out fence at refuge in Oregon
2
NEW YORK DAY BY DAY; PATH Recalls Early Years
2
Adam Purple, Eccentric Environmentalist and Gardener in New York, Dies at 84
2
Documentaries Are the Go-To Players of Sports Television
2
Samuel Adams, Ex-C.I.A. Officer And Libel Case Figure, Dies at 54
2
Microsoft vs. Netscape: The Border War Heats Up
2
Down to Earth, Even When Off the Wall
2
Hillary Clinton Used Personal Email Account at State Dept., Possibly Breaking Rules
2
Crowd-Sourced Producers for ‘Godspell’ on Broadway
2
Quail Hawkins, 97, an Author Of a Range of Children's Books
2
Who Obama Might Nominate to Replace Scalia on Supreme Court
2
North Carolina: Jobless Benefits Are Cut
2
Ex-C.I.A. Expert on Iran Ties Agent to Arms Sale
2
Yale, 42; Trinity, 0
2
Jorge Ramos’s Long Game
2
BOOK NOTES
2
Influential Southeast Asia Scholar Benedict Anderson Dies
2
Meet Tumblr’s 15-Year-Old Secret Keeper
2
THE REAL ESTATE FIELD; $1,000,000 Paid for Small Broadway and 34th Street Corner
2
RAZING WILL BEGIN ON BROOKLYN 'EL'; Demolition of Fifth Avenue Line Will Start Monday -- Surface Cars Rerouted
2
Going to see the Patriarch
2
Letters to the Editor; Kissinger's 19th-Century Diplomacy
2
Philip Kives, Pitchman Who Perfected ‘As Seen on TV’ Infomercials, Dies at 87
2
THEATER: 'STORK BOOGIE,' BY MELVIN VAN PEEBLES
2
The Crispr Quandary
2
A Career Transition, Inspired by One of the N.F.L.'s Best
2
The Xbox Auteurs
2
THRONGS FILL MANHATTAN TO PROTEST NUCLEAR WEAPONS
2
Orson Welles’s Last Film May Finally Be Released
2
Joe Grillo and Zane Lewis in Separate Shows at the Hole
2
Toy or Supercar for Asia?
2
What's Doing In; Portland
2
A Prescription for More Black Doctors
2
Perfect Nails, Poisoned Workers
2
Martin Shkreli Appears to Adopt a New Legal Strategy: Silence
2
Looking for Graphic Lightning From Fort Thunder
2
A Brazilian Campaign Strategist Expands His Winning Streak
2
Transit Authority Switches Tracks
2
Dr. Seuss, Modern Mother Goose, Dies at 87
2
Tribunal Rejects Beijing’s Claims in South China Sea
2
A Queens Bar Has a Rich History but Lacks Status
2
Burt Chernow, 63, Art Historian and Writer
2
Merlo J. Pusey Dies; Justice's Biographer Won a Pulitzer Prize
2
Betty Furness, 78, TV Reporter And Consumer Advocate, Dies
2
Yahoo’s Sale to Verizon Ends an Era for a Web Pioneer
2
Talking Deals; How Nintendo Can Help A.T.&T.
2
How a Cryptic Message, ‘Interested in Data?,’ Led to the Panama Papers
2
Lamborghini Goes to Chrylser
2
Highway Guardrail May Be Deadly, States Say
2
David Lederman, Pioneer of Artificial Heart, Dies at 68
2
‘LaRose,’ by Louise Erdrich
2
EDM's Zedd Finds New Voice, Shows Growth on 'True Colors'
2
U.S. Presses for Haiti Runoff Vote Amid Fears of Violence and Fraud
2
Gen. Spinola's Funeral. The Body In New-York And Services To Be Held This Morning
2
What Happened in Ferguson?
2
Popular ‘Eat This, Not That!’ Brand to Start Quarterly Magazine
2
Purchasing Fine Art Is Increasingly Just a Click Away
2
A Yank in the Manchu Dynasty
2
Group Called the Kilroys Releases List of Plays by Women
2
Michael B. Jordan Gives Millennials Their ‘Rocky’ With ‘Creed’
2
For Its Star, ‘Dheepan’ Was the Role of His Lifetime
2
Ridership on Queens Subways Down
2
Miss. Jean Clemens Found Dead in Bath
2
‘Now. Here. This.,’ at the Vineyard Theater
2
A Berlin Palace Stirs in Its Grave
2
A Disneyland of History Next to the Real Thing
2
Powerful Cleric Urges Islamic Rule in Yemen
2
Saad al-Alami Dead; Jerusalem Cleric, 82
2
Peggy Parish, 61, Author of Books On Inept Maid, Amelia Bedelia
2
Bogus decorations still dupe French
2
USEC to Shut Uranium-Enrichment Plant in Kentucky
2
Donald Trump Calls on Russia to Find Hillary Clinton's Missing Emails
2
CHRONICLE
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GOLDWATER PLANS TO SUE OVER BOOK
2
While My Guitar Gently Beeps
2
Does Flushing a Toilet Release Germs Into the Air?
2
Roman Totenberg’s Stolen Stradivarius Is Found After 35 Years
2
Dangerous Don DeLillo
2
The Senate Votes That Divided Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders
2
BOOKS IN BRIEF: NONFICTION - The Rise and Fall of an Artists' Colony
2
Admits he's an ex-convict
2
Married to Art and to Each Other
2
Evan McMullin, Anti-Trump Republican, Is Said to Plan Independent Presidential Bid
2
Britain Votes to Leave E.U.; Cameron Plans to Step Down
2
Phantonym
2
Monsanto Sues California Over Herbicide Classification
2
Student Faces Town’s Wrath in Protest Against a Prayer
2
The New Republic Is for Sale Again
2
Hillary Clinton, 'Smart Power' and a Dictator's Fall
2
Woodhaven, Queens: Subway Stops and Hiking Trails
2
Transgender Muslims Find a Home for Prayer in Indonesia
2
Ex-Aide Calls CIA Under Casey and Gates Corrupt and Slanted
2
Jail Influx Brings Plan For 2 Barges
2
Mental Floss Is Buoyed by Online Video
2
MOYNIHAN, AT CITY COLLEGE DINNER, CITES RISING WELFARE DEPENDENCY
2
Racial Justice Act Repealed in North Carolina
2
A Brooklyn Artist Free-Associates on Her Walls
2
Sanford Meisner, a Mentor Who Guided Actors and Directors Toward Truth, Dies at 91
2
EDUCATION; From Nitrogen Fixation To a $20,000 Scholarship
2
Moshe Decter, 85, Advocate for Soviet Jews, Dies
2
In Sri Lanka, an Island of Detachment and Desire
2
After Mozart’s Death, an Endless Coda
2
New York City Ballet Names Justin Peck as Choreographer
2
Seeing a Homosexual Agenda, Christian Group Protests an Anti-Bullying Program
2
Elie Wiesel, Auschwitz Survivor and Nobel Peace Prize Winner, Dies at 87
2
Gawker Said to Plan Sale After $140 Million Award to Hulk Hogan
2
EVOLUTION IN EUROPE; A Prince, His Castle and the Tenants
2
Harry Pearson, Founder of Absolute Sound, Dies at 77
2
An Astronomical Journey in Arizona
2
In Short: Fiction
2
Tadao Ando, Architect, Wins $235,000 Prize
2
In Attack's Wake, Political Repercussions
2
The Price of Nice Nails
2
New Species in Human Lineage Is Found in a South African Cave
2
Books and Authors
2
New York Times Awards David Carr Fellowships to 3 Journalists
2
Jazz Musicians Memorialize Charlie Haden
2
"Pa" Corbin's Team Dines; Famous Yale Eleven of 1888 Celebrates Silver Anniversary
2
Albert Baer, 92, Heart Research Supporter
2
Girding on the Sword of Osman
2
Sara Paretsky’s ‘Critical Mass,’ and More
2
Lieutenant Governor Loses Texas Runoff as Tea Party Holds Sway
2
L. C. Lewin, Writer of Satire Of Government Plot, Dies at 82
2
Paul Goodman, Outsider Looking In
2
Big Stars, Big Bucks and the Big Gamble
2
Bitcoin Start-Up Gets an Electronic Money License in Britain
2
2 Communication Cables in the Mediterranean Are Cut
2
F.B.I. Tool to Identify Extremists Is Criticized
2
New Service For Subways On West Side
2
Aon Buys Hewitt in Move to Expand Its Consulting Arm
2
Howard Lotsof Dies at 66; Saw Drug Cure in a Plant
2
Review: ‘Spring Awakening’ by Deaf West Theater Brings a New Sensation to Broadway
2
A Changed Noam Chomsky Simplifies
2
John Kasich Drops Out of Presidential Race
2
Pakistan Releases Video of Indian Officer, Saying He’s a Spy
2
Mildred Benson Is Dead at 96; Wrote 23 Nancy Drew Books
2
Protests Continue Abroad
2
A Documentary Family Memoir by Morgan Dews, Dictated From the Grave
2
A Wife Committed to Cruz’s Ideals, but a Study in Contrasts to Him
2
SCREEN: NEW AMERICAN ANIMATION
2
Rising Anxiety That Stocks Are Overpriced
2
Razing of Elevated Started
2
Bill Henderson of Pushcart Press Builds a Personal Cathedral
2
Army Officer Who Refused Iraq Duty Is Allowed to Resign
2
George Elsey, One of the Last Survivors of World War II White House, Dies at 97
2
Plans Outlined to Upgrade Subway and Bus Systems
2
BLAST IN CALCUTTA KILLS AT LEAST 45
2
Connecticut Approves Qualified Genetic Labeling
2
Iona Merges With Elizabeth Seton College
2
Yale's Halloween Advice Stokes a Racially Charged Debate
2
Trash and Vaudeville, a Punk Emporium, Leaves Its East Village Home
2
Eugenie Clark, Scholar of the Life Aquatic, Dies at 92
2
Over-the-Top Amenities: Sweating the Details
2
‘Otherworldly’ at Museum of Arts and Design - Review
2
Soviet and East Germans Sign an Economic Pact
2
Saks Settles With S.E.C. on Overpayments
2
Burning Tanker Spills Oil in Waters off Perth
2
Jared L. Loughner's Odd Behavior Caused Alarm
2
Paid Notice: Deaths WARD, ARTHUR DOWNS
2
100 Notable Books of 2011
2
Subway Work In Flushing Is Restored
2
WEDDINGS; Jayne Loader, Robert Kirshner
2
THE NEW CALL FOR TROOPS. - RECRUITING IN THE CITY. THE UNITED STATES MUSTERING OFFICE. THE QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE. FILLING UP THE OLD REGIMENTS. THE HALLECK GUARD. THE STATON LEGION. THE METROPOLITAN GUARD. THE SPINOLA BRIGADE. THE FIFTH NEW-YORK ZOUAVES.
2
U.S. Gymnasts Take Back Seat in All-Around
2
THE REGION; Tales From Elsewhere: Entering the New Era Of Municipal Rule
2
Review: In ‘An Abbreviated Life,’ Ariel Leve Escapes Her Mommie Dearest
2
34 HINDUS KILLED IN NEW BUS RAIDS; SIKHS SUSPECTED
2
Aided by the Sea, Israel Overcomes an Old Foe: Drought
2
Japan May Have to Face Up to AIDS - Page 3 - New York Times
2
Xi Jinping of China Arriving in U.S. at Moment of Vulnerability
2
Review: ‘Keepers of the Game’ Sings of Young Women and Lacrosse
2
Russia’s Track and Field Team Barred From Rio Olympics
2
Brothers at Odds.
2
Loans From Assembly Speaker Aid Firm That Finances Trial Lawyers
2
Palestinian Women Join Effort to Keep Jews From Contested Holy Site
2
COMPANY NEWS; FRESH DEL MONTE TO BUY DEL MONTE FOODS EUROPE
2
In Democratic Debate, Hillary Clinton’s Focus Is on G.O.P.
2
Argentina Scrambles to Fight Biggest Plague of Locusts in 60 Years
2
Facing Death for Adultery, Nigerian Woman Is Acquitted
2
'Skip-Stop' Subway Plan Annoys No. 1 Riders
2
With Radiohead, and Alone, the Sweet Malaise of Thom Yorke
2
Gawker, Filing for Bankruptcy After Hulk Hogan Suit, Is for Sale
2
Suicide Bomber Kills 5 on a Bus in Tel Aviv
2
Display Ad 2
2
Joseph Chaikin 67; Actor and Innovative Director
2
Is This the End of Christianity in the Middle East?
2
FRANKLIN AVENUE SUBWAY SHUTTLE IN BROOKLYN IS CLOSED FOR REPAIRS
2
John Oliver Sells Out of 'Make Donald Drumpf Again' Caps
2
Move Over, Millennials, Here Comes Generation Z
2
Albany Diocese Settled Abuse Case for Almost $1 Million
2
MATA HARI' GIVEN ANOTHER CHANCE; Merrick Show That Failed Is Due Off Broadway
2
Peter Kump, Expert Chef and Cooking Teacher, Dies at 57
2
An Economic Legend
2
Jessica Knoll Reveals the Rape Behind Her Novel, ‘Luckiest Girl Alive’
2
PUBLIC LIVES
2
Northrop Grumman Wins $21.4 Billion Pentagon Contract
2
The Sanctuary of the 400 Shoes
2
Lester Breslow, Who Tied Good Habits to Longevity, Dies at 97 - NYTimes.com
2
Robert Switzer, Co-Inventor Of Day-Glo Paint, Dies at 83
2
The Wind and Sun Are Bringing the Shine Back to Buffalo
2
A $1.8 Million Bid Wins 2 Empty Prison Barges
2
Soccer as an Escape to Hope for Afghan Teenager
2
N.C.A.A. BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT: CHAMPIONSHIP GAME; Spartans No. 1 From Start to Finish
2
After 50 Years, Oracle of Omaha Looks Back on Less Prescient Moves
2
Forget the Trash Bag, Bring a Towel to the Dumpster Pools
2
How Common Procedures Became 20 Percent Cheaper for Many Californians
2
Snipers Kill 5 Dallas Officers at Protest Against Police Shootings
2
Pakistan's State of Denial
2
Daughter Born to Mrs. Gabrilowitsch
2
Berkeley Student Will Graduate With Bachelor of Arts in Magic
2
Henry Rogers, 82, Press Agent Who Built Hollywood Stars
2
Human Costs of the Forever Wars, Enough to Fill a Bookshelf
2
Eleanore Griffin, 91; Screenwriter Shared 'Boys Town' Oscar
2
W. Allen Wallis, 85, Economist And President of U. of Rochester
2
MIDEAST TURMOIL: THE OVERVIEW; PALESTINIANS KILL 5 ISRAELI SETTLERS IN RAID ON A HOME - New York Times
2
The Great Cyberheist
2
C. Caracciolo, 83, a Publisher and La Repubblica Founder, Is Dead
2
‘The Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975’ - Review
2
Brandon Stoddard, 77, ABC Executive Who Brought ‘Roots’ to TV, Is Dead
2
Scientists Transplant Genome of Bacteria
2
Bringing Out the Absurdity of the News
2
South America Epic Wins the National Book Award
2
Monir Farmanfarmaian, Iranian and Nonagenarian, Celebrates a New York Museum First
2
Accuser in Spy Case Accepts a Denial
2
The Few, the Proud, the Dartmouth-Bound
2
New Sultan Breaks Moslem Traditions
2
MORTON J. BAUM, MEN'S CLOTHIER; Hickey-Freeman Head Dies; Led Manufacturers' Group
2
‘The Feminine Mystique,’ Reassessed after 50 Years
2
NASSAU ST. SERVICE OUTLINED BY B.M.T.; Loop to Be Used for Direct Connection From Brooklyn andJamaica to Manhattan.TO START 14TH ST. LINE New Schedules Filed With TransitBoard Provide Full SubwayRide on Culver Line.
2
Gibraltar Rejects Power-Sharing Between Britain and Spain
2
The Mystery of the Missing Novel
2
‘OPEN END’ LISTS CRIME DISCUSSION
2
Thomas Sutherland, Lebanon Hostage Who Was Freed After 6 Years, Dies at 85
2
Her Hand Has a Mind of Its Own
2
Barbara Duncan, 82, an Art Historian
2
Daniel Haberman, Poet, 58
2
Tracing Ebola's Breakout to an African 2-Year-Old
2
House Passes One-Week Funding Extension for Homeland Security
2
Dem Senator Frustrated by Inaction on Guns Begins Filibuster
2
More of Kremlin’s Opponents Are Ending Up Dead
2
Has Not Returned to the Roman Church
2
This Is Funny Only if You Know Unix
2
Robert B. Kelly, 75, Naval Officer Prominent in Storied PT Boat Unit
2
The Breath of the Black Dragon in Russia and China
2
French Insurer To Put $1 Billion Into Equitable: Axa Buys Stake in U.S. Firm
2
Two Rabbis Find They’re Separated Only by Doctrine
2
The medium with a message
2
Topics of the Times
2
Barbara Park, Author of Junie B. Jones Series, Dies at 66
2
Smithsonian Agreement Angers Filmmakers
2
Lilian Kallir, 73, Pianist Known for Performances of Mozart, Dies
2
Day Liner Is Sunk in Hudson by Barge; Two Are Missing
2
Lindsey Graham Announces Presidential Bid
2
The $100 Guitar Project Releases a CD
2
Media Companies Join to Extend the Brands of YouTube Stars
2
House Approves Homeland Security Budget, Without Strings
2
Video: Peering Into a Black Hole
2
160 Die in Crash of Airliner in Venezuela
2
The Babies From Yemen: An Enduring Mystery
2
Groundtruthing Academy Award Nominee 'Gasland'
2
Mary Laschinger of Veritiv: Leadership With Its Roots on the Farm
2
Pentagon Plan: Buying Books to Keep Secrets
2
Arlene Eisenberg, 66, Author Of 'What to Expect' Guides
2
TIMES MIRROR IS SELLING NEW AMERICAN LIBRARY
2
Classified Ad 4
2
Fighting for Safe Passage on Indian Streets
2
FILM REVIEW - Once More With Feeling - A Lelouch Jet-Set Fantasy - NYTimes.com
2
Baltimore Schools, a Mission for Andres Alonso
2
Into the Bush, With a Lighter Footprint
2
Subway Shuttle Gets $74 Million Makeover
2
TWO SUBWAY LINKS START WEDNESDAY; City Will Begin Operating Fulton Street Line and Extension to Jay Street. MAYOR TO MAKE TRIP Entire System With Exception of Sixth Av. Route to Be Finished Early Next Year.
2
LOUIS PAUL, AUTHOR OF 13 NOVELS, DEAD
2
The Art of Bringing Up Baby, With All Its Thrill and Terror
2
OUR GREAT LOSS; The Assassination of President Lincoln.DETAILS OF THE FEARFUL CRIME.Closing Moments and Death of the President.Probable Recovery of Secretary Seward. Rumors of the Arrest of the Assassins.The Funeral of President Lincoln to Take Place Next Wednesday.Expressions of Deep Sorrow Through-out the Land. OFFICIAL DISPATCHES. THE ASSASSINATION. Further Details of the Murder Narrow Recape of Secretary Stanton Measures Taken is Prevent the Escape of the Assassin of the President. LAST MOMENTS OF THE PRESIDENT. Interesting Letter from Maunsell B. Field Esq. THE GREAT CALAMITY.
2
Mrs. Jacques Samossoud Dies; Mark Twain's Last Living Child
2
Italy Approves Same-Sex Civil Unions
2
SXSW Pays Off for the Prettiots
2
John Evans, 90, Ex-Director Of National Solar Observatory
2
Medical, Dental, 401(k)? Now Add School Loan Aid to Job Benefits
2
Douglas Bernstein Weds Ellen Foley, Fellow Actor
2
His Life and Hard Times
2
Books About Julie Andrews — Memoir — Biography
2
For Sympathetic Ear, More Chinese Turn to Smartphone Program
2
The Log Cabin Republican
2
To See the World in Ballpoint Pen
2
Dr. David Caplovitz, an Authority On Spending Habits, Dies at 64
2
Review: In ‘You Us We All,’ a Symbolic Hope Writes to Pop Divas
2
New & Noteworthy
2
Pleasant Ridge Journal: The Freeway It Took A Generation to Build
2
Donald Trump Sets Conditions for Defending NATO Allies Against Attack
2
Sampling American Pale Ales - NYTimes.com
2
Celebrating Claire McCardell
2
A Stream of Movies, Sort of Free
2
Bill Bixby, TV Actor, Dies at 59; Starred in 3 Long-Running Series
2
Jarden Reaches Deal to Buy Jostens for $1.5 Billion
2
Winslow Ames, Writer And Museum Head, 83
2
Connecticut River Valley Provides Concert's Theme
2
David Bowie, the Legendary Musician, Has Died at 69
2
Referee's Call in Women's Soccer Semi-final Prompts Debate
2
Filmmaker, Pressured, Quits as New Jersey Judge
2
ROCK-AND-ROLL: SET BY B-52'S AT THE FOREST HILLS STADIUM
2
Winning by Merely 21, UConn Makes 9th Straight Final Four
2
‘Witches of America,’ by Alex Mar
2
So Bill Gates Has This Idea for a History Class ...
2
The Great Cadillac Hope (G.M. Has High Hopes for New, Smaller Cadillac)
2
How 3 Broadway Novices Wrote 'Something Rotten!'
2
Salvaging a Famous Rust Bucket
2
Hillary Clinton Takes a Step to the Left on Health Care
2
Ego Clashes Exposed in Leaked Emails From Democratic National Committee
2
Beach-Ready, Even in Rain
2
ART REVIEW; How Rutgers Women's Collection Grows
2
Detroit Journal; Must Cemetery Yield to Airport?
2
Bill Foster, Coach Who Set Duke on Winning Track, Dies at 86
2
CITY COLLEGE'S NEW PRESIDENT URGES GRADUATES TO FULFILL 'DUTY'
2
For Mike Greenstein, 91, a Truck Is No Match for His Teeth
2
Herbert I. Margolis, 83, Dies; A Professor of Orthodontics
2
Pixelated Stained Glass
2
Our Radical Islamic BFF, Saudi Arabia
2
Weitz Law Firm Donating to Kathleen Rice’s Race
2
Truthiness 101: From Frey to Alito
2
E. Frederic Morrow, 88, Aide In Eisenhower Administration
2
Darragh McKeon’s ‘All That Is Solid Melts Into Air’
2
Berta Cáceres, Indigenous Activist, Is Killed in Honduras
2
The Misadventures of Issa Rae
2
Elaine Anthony, 53, Whose Art Mixed Landscape and Collage
2
Obama's Remarks in Tucson
2
Echoes of the Wild West Mark an Urban Frontier
2
Plagued by Falling Enrollment, Dental Schools Close or Cut Back
2
Detroit Will Spare Cemetery In an Airport Expansion Plan
2
Big Changes For Subways Are to Begin
2
Instagram’s TMZ
2
Plus: College Football; Weatherbie Fired As Navy Coach
2
Pro-Donald Trump ‘Super PAC’ to Run Ads in Battleground States
2
Stephen Colbert Has America by the Ballots
2
North Carolina Approves Benefit Cuts for Unemployed
2
Liberia: Ebola Stalls Birth Registrations
2
A Child's Paper Poses a Medical Challenge
2
Margaret Sutton, 98; Wrote Mystery Series
2
‘Bulletproof Vest,’ by Maria Venegas
2
A New Scribner's Magazine
2
Arbus Reconsidered
2
'The Art of Dissent'
2
A Giant's Helping Hand
2
Elma Lewis, 82, Arts Educator And Mentor
2
STAGE: 'WAY OF HOW,' GEORGE COATES COLLAGE
2
Joyce Ann Brown, Shackled by Her Name to Another’s Crime, Dies at 68
2
Promised a Supermarket Five Years Ago, a Housing Project Is Still Waiting
2
Six Baltimore Officers Indicted in Death of Freddie Gray
2
On the Case at Mount Sinai, It’s Dr. Data
2
Peter Coleman, 77, Governor of American Samoa
2
Maharishi’s Minions Come to Wall Street
2
Microchip Technology to Buy Atmel for Nearly $3.6 Billion
2
NASSAU ST. SUBWAY TO OPEN ON MAY 30; Its Construction an Engineering Feat Because Many Buildings Had to Be Underpinned. COST $10,072,000 TO BUILD It Will Link B.M.T.'s Centre Street Loop With Tunnel Under East River. 14TH ST. EXTENSION READY Connection With Eighth Avenue Line Will Go Into Operation on the Same Day.
2
GOING OUT GUIDE
2
White House Orders Review of Rules for Genetically Modified Crops
2
Former Movie Palace Is Named a Landmark
2
Janet Jackson Signs Lucrative Contract
2
My Dad, the Pornographer
2
‘Lies, First Person,’ by Gail Hareven
2
Jeff Bezos Says Amazon Won't Tolerate 'Callous' Management Practices
1
Lyondell Petrochemical to Buy ARCO Chemical
1
The Bodies in Panama
1
CURRENTS: STATIONERY; Have Your Mommy Call My Mommy
1
Everybody’s a Critic. And That’s How It Should Be.
1
A Major Merger Shakes Up the World of Rock
1
The Line Between Male and Female Athletes Remains Blurred
1
In ‘Black Sails’ From Starz, Pirate’s Booty Is at Stake
1
Confusion Upsets Subway Riders at Start of 15-Month Repair in 63d Street Tunnel
1
Sean Penn Met With ‘El Chapo’ for Interview in His Hide-Out
1
Safety Tips for Using Hotel Gym Equipment
1
Auto Racing; Where the Reader and the Rubber Meet the Road
1
Review of ‘Inside the Artists’ Studios’ in Greenwich
1
Joyful Noise in Silent Barn, an Alt-Arts Mecca in Brooklyn
1
A Vibrant Fantasy World Has Science at Its Core
1
Coke's Return to U. Michigan Campus Draws Mixed Opinions
1
Jonatha Brooke’s ‘My Mother Has 4 Noses’
1
Recordings View; A Sex object By the Name Of Jackson.
1
Morton Cooper Feinberg, 79; Wrote Popular Novel, 'The King'
1
Northern Lawyer For Rights Group Jailed in Alabama
1
Christopher Tietze, Physician and Authority on Pregnancy
1
First Public Inspection Trip
1
A Haven for Making Music With Plants
1
ART REVIEW; A Picture Album in an Archive Never at a Loss for Words
1
Timo Sarpaneva, Glassmaker, Dies at 79
1
Are Laws Needed On Canned Music At Live Shows?
1
Donald, Save Your Golf Greens, and the Planet
1
$1 Billion Went to Buffalo. Cuomo Donors Benefited.
1
Chryssa, Artist Who Saw Neon’s Potential as a Medium, Dies at 79
1
Pipeline Review Is Faced With Question of Conflict
1
COMPANY REPORTS;K-III to Acquire Westcott After Twice Raising Its Bid
1
Alfred S. Eichner Is Dead at 50; Major Post-Keynesian Economist
1
Temple in Brazil Appeals to a Surge in Evangelicals
1
General Electric to Sell Commercial Lending Business in Japan
1
Backed by Nail Salon Owners, a New York Legislator Now Fights Reforms
1
Wordnik’s Online Dictionary: No Arbiters, Please
1
Review: Trisha Baga Mixes Orlando, Fla., With ‘Orlando’
1
Frank J. Prial, a Guide to the World of Fine Wine, Dies at 82
1
China Has Tart Response for Hillary Clinton Over Women's Rights
1
Moceanu Sues, Saying Parents Squandered Her Earnings
1
The Aissaouia--Their Horrible Rites; Kairwan
1
Ahmadinejad Clashes With Supreme Leader in Iran
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31 ON HOSPITAL SHIP KILLED BY U-BOAT; The Asturias Had Discharged Large Number of Wounded Before She Was Torpedoed.
1
ARTS ABROAD; Touch of Opera Buffa for Italian Old Masters Down Under
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BAPTIST SEMINARY PLANS TO MERGE; Crozer Theological to Join With School in Rochester
1
Classified Ad 207
1
Breaking Ground; Seed. Reseed. Secede.
1
Phone Company Upheld in Ban on Hush-a-Phone
1
Clemson Reveals It Is Under Inquiry by N.C.A.A.
1
Saudi Coalition Airstrikes in Yemen Kill at Least 19, Mostly Children
1
Inside and Outside, a Foreigner in Japan
1
Decline of the Tenure Track Raises Concerns
1
Hulk Hogan Awarded $115 Million in Privacy Suit Against Gawker
1
Glenn Burke's Family at Game as A's Honor Him on Pride Night
1
Iraqi Militants Use Chlorine in 3 Bombings
1
Feasts & Celebrations; Fantasy for A Good Cause
1
Mary Walker Phillips, 83, Knitter of Art, Is Dead
1
Cadillac Spells Its BMW 3 Series Fighter ATS
1
Entertains on New Ship
1
Two Books Look Back at Fashion’s Messy Choreography
1
Mayor Rahm Emanuel Cuts Trip to Cuba Short After Police Shooting in Chicago
1
‘You Us We All’ Creates a Baroque Vision of Modern Life
1
Raymond A. Dart Is Dead at 95; Leader in Study of Human Origins
1
Antibiotics and the Meat We Eat
1
G.O.P. Strategists Clash Over a Presidential Poll
1
Dr. Augustus H. Strong Buried
1
Pop Go the Holidays (With Jazz, Reggae and Rap) -- Holiday Albums; Etta James: ''12 Songs of Christmas'' (Private Music)
1
Stone Tools From Kenya Are Oldest Yet Discovered
1
Polo Ralph Lauren Sues Jordache Over Sport Emblem
1
He Helped Build the iPod; Now He Has Built a Rival
1
INTERNATIONAL REPORT; TANZANIA'S 'GREEN GOLD' WOES
1
‘Fort Bliss’ Stars Michelle Monaghan as a Soldier-Mother
1
In South Africa, a Justice Delayed Is No Longer Denied
1
NBC Is Paying $1.98 Billion For Telemundo
1
Virginia to Remove Suspect Guardrails
1
On My Mind; You Are Palden Gyatso
1
2 Motorcyclists Found Guilty in 2013 Attack on Driver but Acquitted of Top Charge
1
For BlackBerry, Obama's Devotion Is Priceless
1
Birth of Universe Traced to Blast
1
STATE'S THEATER OPENS AT CENTER
1
Polk Awards in Journalism Are Announced, Including Three for The Times
1
A Service to Pay Off High-Interest Credit Cards, but a Bad Time to Start
1
A Big Bet That China’s Currency Will Devalue Further
1
Hedge Funds Close Doors, Facing Low Returns and Investor Scrutiny
1
Tell-All Book on Trump Won't Be Telling at All
1
Bush's Stem Cell Policy May Streamline Research
1
Daniel Doctoroff Enlists Bloomberg in A.L.S. Research
1
How 'Radiolab' Is Transforming the Airwaves
1
Texas: Sheriff’s Deputy Is Fatally Shot at Gas Station
1
$17,146,500 VOTED FOR NEW SUBWAYS; Estimate Board Appropriates More Than $9,000,000 for Lines in Brooklyn. $6,490,000 FOR THE BRONX Smaller Items for Incidental Work --Approves the Proposed Queens Boulevard Route.
1
Edwin Evariste Moise, 79, Mathematics Scholar
1
Star Far Outshining Sun Discovered by Accident
1
Norwegian Nobel Laureate, Once Shunned, Is Now Celebrated
1
A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, Ex-President Who Pushed a Nuclear India, Dies at 83
1
Rejoice, Muffy and Biff: A Preppy Primer Revisited
1
Irwin C. Gunsalus, Vitamin Biochemist, Dies at 96
1
Like, Cool Is Back
1
DOCUMENTS DETAIL ISRAELI MISSILE DEAL WITH THE SHAH
1
Still Bewitched by the Mystery of Melted Sand
1
Review: 'Hamilton,' Young Rebels Changing History and Theater
1
NATO-Russia Tensions Rise After Turkey Downs Jet
1
The Stage’s Best Moments This Year
1
Born on Sept. 11, Claimed by a New Horror
1
The Framing Wars
1
VIRGINIA APPROVES DISNEY SUBSIDIES
1
George S. Odiorne Is Dead at 71; Developed Theory of Management
1
Colleges and Evangelicals Collide on Bias Policy
1
Widow Believes Hemingway Committed Suicide; She Tells of His Depression and His 'Breakdown' Assails Hotchner Book
1
Patricia Derian, Diplomat Who Made Human Rights a Priority, Dies at 86
1
Book Review - The Invisible Line - By Daniel J. Sharfstein
1
In Moscow, a Symphony Orchestrated to Survive
1
Boom in Luxury Towers Is Warping New York Real Estate Market
1
The ''Dechoukaj'' This Time
1
Susan Tolchin, Political Scientist Who Foresaw Voter Anger, Dies at 75
1
Mercantile Bancorporation, Long a Buyer, Will Be Bought
1
2 Jail Barges To Be Closed And Removed
1
Shooting Suspect Was Calm During Cab Ride to Supermarket, His Driver Reports
1
On the Web, Pedophiles Extend Their Reach
1
Letters: ‘A Troublesome Inheritance’
1
In ‘Snowpiercer,’ the Train Trip to End All Train Trips
1
Review: ‘Full House! The Musical!’ Lampoons a Ripe Sitcom Target
1
Cecile Richards, Barbara Bush and the Sisterhood of Political Progeny
1
U.S. Imposes Sanctions on 2 Qataris for Qaeda Ties
1
Michigan: Between the Lake and the Bay, the Leelanau Peninsula
1
DNA Tests Find Branches but Few Roots
1
Yes, Running Can Make You High
1
Refugees Flee Into Tanzania From Rwanda
1
J. Rene Vilatte not in Roman Church
1
Tiny, Vast Windows Into Human DNA
1
Henry Kissinger’s ‘World Order’
1
In Hacked D.N.C. Emails, a Glimpse of How Big Money Works
1
Theater for a New Audience Opens New Quarters in Brooklyn
1
From Sweden to America with A Knack for Winning Horses
1
‘Knight Knight,’ Directed by Christina Bucher
1
‘Paradise: Hope,’ the Third Film in Ulrich Seidl’s Unblinking Trilogy
1
Vu Lam, of KMS Technology, Left Vietnam and Returned
1
With Reforms in Treatment, Shock Therapy Loses Shock
1
Recycling Answer Sought for Computer Junk
1
Andre Lwoff, 92, Biologist, Dies; Shared Nobel for Study of Cells
1
Haunted Houses for Halloween Thrill Seekers
1
Why Yasir Qadhi Wants to Talk About Jihad
1
Obama Administration Ends Effort to Train Syrians to Combat ISIS
1
New Haven, a City Of Beer Making (Until Prohibition)
1
Media/International Closing
1
Melissa Harris-Perry Is Out at MSNBC, Network Confirms
1
ANTARCTICA YIELDS FIRST LAND MAMMAL FOSSIL
1
As Japan’s Mediums Die, Ancient Tradition Fades
1
China Embraces Craft Beers, and Brewing Giants Take Notice
1
William H. Schaap, Radical Lawyer, Author and Publisher, Dies at 75
1
Post-Sandy the Generator Is Machine of the Moment
1
Taps (1981) - Scott as General in 'Taps'
1
N.C.A.A. TOURNAMENT: MIDWEST; An Unlikely Scorer Helps Michigan State
1
Meryl Davis and Charlie White Give U.S. First Olympic Gold in Ice Dancing
1
Who Made That Tube Top?
1
Esther Armstrong, 81, the Wife Of Inventor of FM Radio System
1
Acorn Media Cashing In on British Revivals
1
Justin Kaplan, Prize-Winning Literary Biographer, Dies at 88
1
REAGAN'S SPEECHWRITER SAYS HE WAS DISMISSED IN DISPUTE
1
Senora de Santos
1
Sergeant Says King Appeared to Be on Drugs
1
Book Review - All The Devils Are Here - By Bethany McLean and Joe Nocera
1
Nat Wartels, 88, the Chairman Of the Crown Publishing Empire
1
In Turmoil of ’68, Clinton Found a New Voice
1
The Kaaba
1
How ‘Call Me Maybe’ and Social Media Are Upending Music
1
STAGE: KEVIN KLINE IN SHAW'S 'ARMS AND THE MAN'
1
The Sculptor Melvin Edwards Prepares for ‘Now Dig This!’
1
Spanish Supreme Court Orders Bankia to Repay 2 Investors in Its I.P.O.
1
A Test at 25 Stations Subway Riding Without the Swiping
1
Eugenia Price, 79, Romance Novelist, Dies
1
At Francis Lewis High School in Queens, Crowding Signals Success
1
Embellishments With a Serious Goal
1
ISIS Crimes of Genocide
1
Accord Reached to Let Honduran President Depart
1
THE SEOUL OLYMPICS: Track and Field; Pride and Frustration for the Americans
1
Destiny of the Republic — By Candice Millard — Book Review
1
Inside Apple’s Internal Training Program
1
Mario Testino: 30 Years Behind the Camera
1
FATAL BLAST IN AKRON IS LAID TO FLAMMABLE WASTE
1
Dr. Thomas Dao, Breast Cancer Specialist, Dies at 88
1
Not Very Giving
1
New York International Ballet Competition Gala - Dance - Review
1
As Two Men Go Free, a Dogged Ex-Prosecutor Digs In
1
Illusion May Shed Light On Fate of the Cosmos
1
12 Killed When Tank of Molasses Explodes
1
Thousands Stop to Smell a Flower (and Hope Not to Gag)
1
In ‘Top Five,’ Chris Rock Is a Comic Getting Serious
1
A Girl and Her Ghost
1
Hacker Arrested for Attempted Extortion of Brazil Interim President's Wife
1
Kate Reid, Actress, Dead at 62; A Veteran of Hundreds of Roles
1
Market Place; Investors can only guess which video game device will conquer.
1
Computer-Memory Aid Devised
1
Big Margin for Cuomo, but Short of Historic
1
What’s That You’re Wearing? A Guide to Muslim Veils
1
The Hit Maker of Barrow Street
1
'Belle' and Slavery's End in Britain
1
Taking Inspiration From Song And Pictures on Refrigerator
1
And That's the News From Watersmeet
1
Donald and Marla Are Headed for Divestiture
1
Before Driving a Zipcar, Consider Liability Insurance
1
Saves Miss. Clara Clemens
1
Review: ‘Macbeth,’ Starring Michael Fassbender, Awash in Gorgeous Carnage
1
Historic Architecture Near Prospect Park
1
'Bessies' Go to New Artists and Philip Glass
1
Judge William Hastie, 71, of Federal Court, Dies
1
Fervor in Oregon Compound and Fear Outside It
1
Ayad Akhtar’s ‘The Invisible Hand,’ a Play About Terrorism
1
D’Souza Avoids Prison in Campaign Finance Case
1
Oslo Withdraws Bid to Host 2022 Winter Games, Citing Cost
1
The Venezuelan Golfer Jhonattan Vegas Gains Notice
1
Success Was Not Enough
1
Beverley Cross, 66, Playwright and Librettist
1
‘That’s Not a Feeling,’ by Dan Josefson
1
Researchers Boycott Elsevier Journal Publisher
1
Commercial Property; Jamaica Seeks to Build on AirTrain
1
Hillary Clinton, ‘Smart Power’ and a Dictator’s Fall
1
'Macbeth' Will Close After Just 10 Days on Broadway
1
Dhaka's Unruly Campus Partisans
1
Anthem Hacking Points to Security Vulnerability of Health Care Industry
1
Britain Votes to Leave the European Union
1
Nikoi Island Offers Splendid Isolation
1
GROUP W CABLE SOLD TO 5 BUYERS
1
Helen Gee, Pioneer in Sales of Photos as Art, Dies at 85
1
Edith Sampson, 1st Black Woman Elected to Bench in Illinois, Is Dead; Advised to Become Lawyer
1
Donald Trump’s Lousy Week (Except for the Polling)
1
Richest Are Leaving Even the Rich Far Behind
1
Explosion in Bangkok Kills at Least 12
1
A Growing Source of Fear for Migrants in Malaysia
1
Can crime be ethically predicted?
1
Fall for Dance Closes With Lidberg and Ashton
1
Climate of Hate
1
Gabrilowitsch on Mend
1
Mark Fuller, Former Federal District Court Judge, Could Be Impeached
1
The Need for a Tax on Financial Trading
1
Japan May Have to Face Up to AIDS - New York Times
1
Potential G.O.P. Convention Fight Puts Older Hands in Sudden Demand
1
Two Brothers, Two Paths, One Photo Album
1
TV Comedy Writers on Twitter
1
Brookhaven Lab's Old Reactor Is Finally Being Dismantled
1
Smithsonian’s Renwick Gallery Reopens With a New Focus
1
China Takes Aim at Western Ideas
1
Auctioning Memories in a Town Haunted by the Klan
1
When Restless Billionaires Trip on Their Toys
1
Arianna Huffington’s Improbable, Insatiable Content Machine
1
6 Soviet Space Failures Believed To Have Been Probes of Planets
1
Iconiq Capital Leads $85 Million Investment in Alteryx
1
Somali Militants Kill 147 at Kenyan University
1
Another Twist at Global as Chairman Quits a Board
1
ART IN REVIEW; Eunice Golden
1
Theodore Roosevelt III; Brokerage Partner, 86
1
Boston Muslims Struggle to Wrest Image of Islam From Terrorists
1
Ladies’ Home Journal to Become a Quarterly
1
William Hamilton, Popular Cartoonist at The New Yorker, Dies in Car Crash
1
Pierre Bergé on His Relationship With Yves Saint Laurent
1
In West Village, Living Out Loud on a Transgender Runway
1
Study Backs Bosnian Serb’s Claim of Immunity
1
Renault-Nissan to Take Control of AvtoVAZ
1
Henry Bruere, 76, Ex-City Aid, Dies
1
'White Noise,' by Don DeLillo
1
Miriam Cedarbaum, U.S. Judge, Dies at 86; Sentenced Martha Stewart
1
Donald Trump and Mexican Leader Clash in Accounts of Meeting
1
‘Lee Bontecou: Drawn Worlds,’ an Artist’s Other Side
1
Living Too Long
1
At 65, Michel Richard Is Tackling the New York Dining Scene
1
The Craftsman - Richard Sennett - Book Review
1
SPORTS PEOPLE: TRACK AND FIELD; Griffith Joyner Gets Sullivan Award
1
A New Libya, With 'Very Little Time Left'
1
A Night Out With Clara Mamet Debuting Her Film 'Two-Bit Waltz' at the Tribeca Film Festival
1
COLLEGE FOOTBALL; Miami Survives Scare and Brawl
1
Debbie Wasserman Schultz to Resign D.N.C. Post
1
PayPal Acquires Xoom for Stake in Digital Money Transfers
1
Trisha Baga at the Whitney, Greene Naftali and MoMA PS1
1
SPORTS PEOPLE; 3 Coaches Indicted
1
Channing Tatum Gives ‘Hail, Caesar!’ a Tap-Dancing Kick
1
MacDonough Craven Succeeds Woodbury: New Street Cleaning Head Was One of Waring's Men
1
Explosion in India Town Kills Dozens
1
‘Basilica,’ by Mando Alvarado, at the Cherry Lane Theater
1
A Look at Trump’s Immigration Plan, Then and Now
1
U.S. Election Panel Fines LeBoutillier
1
Parishioners Turn Activist to Keep Their Church Open
1
Palestinian Subdued and Shot, Yet His Bomb Kills 3 – New York Times
1
Canseco Gets His Pitch: $23.5 Million From A's
1
BEHIND THE WHEEL/Ford Taurus G vs. Chevrolet Lumina;Some Cheap Shots In the Price Fight
1
High Gloss
1
Solzhenitsyn, Literary Giant Who Defied Soviets, Dies at 89
1
Review: In ‘Destiny and Power,’ George H.W. Bush Epitomizes a Vanishing G.O.P.
1
5-CENT FARE TO CONEY.; Change Is Effective Today on B.R. T. Elevated and Subway Lines.
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Sizing Up Consciousness by Its Bits
1
Vera Maxwell Is Dead at 93; Legendary Sportswear Designer
1
Andrew Imbrie - Composer - Obituaries
1
THE MEDIA BUSINESS; Texas Radio Groups Add 11 Stations
1
China Releases Official Toll of Students in Sichuan Quake
1
Jean-Baptiste Bagaza, Deposed Leader of a Troubled Burundi, Is Dead at 69
1
Indonesia’s Democracy Test
1
HOW JOB ROTATION WORKS FOR JAPANESE
1
Dance: 'Man Who Turned Into a Dog'
1
Afghan Debt’s Painful Payment: A Daughter, 6
1
N.C.A.A. TOURNAMENT: SOUTHEAST; Seton Hall Collapses After Taking Early Lead
1
A Clothing Clearance Where More Than Just the Prices Have Been Slashed
1
THE 1993 ELECTIONS: Connecticut; Mayor Perry Is Denied a Fourth Term by Voters in Hartford
1
Richard Sapper, Designer of Sleek Housewares, Dies at 83
1
COMPANY NEWS; FOUNDER OF ICN PHARMACEUTICALS TO RETIRE AS CHIEF
1
Bank Employee Pleads Guilty to Conspiring to Work as Secret Russian Agent
1
Filming in Mecca
1
Dealing With an Identity Hijacked on the Online Highway
1
Cassini Gets a Cool Shower From an Ice-Spewing Moon
1
Mars rover's 5 working wheels are stuck in hidden soft spot
1
Brazil Angered Over Report N.S.A. Spied on President
1
Data Centers Waste Vast Amounts of Energy, Belying Industry Image
1
Tunneling KFC to Gazans Craving the World Outside
1
Philip F. Fullard, 86; World War I Ace Pilot
1
Salman Khan Turned Family Tutoring Into Khan Academy
1
Review: Melanie Martinez Performs ‘Cry Baby’ and Other Songs From Her Debut Album
1
Social Practice Degrees Take Art to a Communal Level
1
Declassified Papers Show Anti-Castro Ideas Proposed to Kennedy
1
DuPont Chief Executive Ellen Kullman to Retire
1
THEATER REVIEW: SUNSET BOULEVARD; Boulevard Of Broken Dreams
1
Qin Benli, 73, Dissident Chinese Newspaper Editor
1
Daniel Catán, Composer of Operas in Spanish, Dies at 62
1
Dotty Lynch, Pollster Who Saw the Gender Gap, Is Dead at 69
1
Guns. Money. Iraq. And Then a Screenplay for ‘War Dogs.’
1
Display Ad 256
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A Nation's Hope Rises Out of Nowhere
1
‘Blood in the Water,’ a Gripping Account of the Attica Prison Uprising
1
COMPANY NEWS;SFX PLANS TO ACQUIRE LIBERTY BROADCASTING
1
Adult Swim, No. 1 With Younger Adults, Is Expanding
1
Gordon Parks, a Master of the Camera, Dies at 93
1
Living with the Streisand Effect
1
‘We Have an Anchor,’ a Film With a Live Score
1
Review: In ‘First Daughter Suite’: Unelected but Still Under a Microscope
1
Business people; new united brands chairman
1
Review: Noam Chomsky Focuses on Financial Inequality in ‘Requiem for the American Dream’
1
Yale, 24; Wesleyan, 0
1
BASF to Stop Selling Genetically Modified Products in Europe
1
The World’s Dissidents Have Their Say
1
Minority Voice Fading For Broadcast Owners
1
‘The Blood Telegram,’ by Gary J. Bass
1
Oh Blue-Eyed Thais, Flaunt Your Western Genes!
1
Life Is a Cabaret?: At Week End, the party never stops
1
New Italian Tenor Appears. Fernando Carpi Sings Alfredo in 'La Traviata'. Mme. Hempel, Violetta.
1
Eco-Friendly Aggression at David Belt’s Glassphemy!
1
Misgivings by U.S. General as Afghan Mission Ends
1
Playwright Takes a Prize and a Jab at US
1
Bid to Decriminalize Prostitution in Berkeley
1
White House Picks New Information Chief
1
Forecasting Fox
1
POSTINGS: $72 Million Renovation of Former Bloomingdale's;For UConn in Stamford, a New Home
1
News of the Advertising and Marketing Fields
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A Conference Makes Learning Free (and Sexy)
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THE BIRTH OF QUASARS: VIOLENT COSMIC ACCIDENTS OFFER A CLUE
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Trump Lawyer Sends ‘Art of the Deal’ Ghostwriter a Cease-and-Desist Letter
1
SOFTWARE; Serious On-Screen Fun For Children Young and Old
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Review: ‘A Delicate Ship’ Plumbs the What-ifs of Love and Heartbreak
1
Till Fellner - Music - New York Times
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Around the World: 23 Killed in Guinea Crash Of a North Korean Plane
1
Full Transcript: Democratic Presidential Debate
1
Romania’s President Picks Dacian Ciolos as New Prime Minister
1
Arrest in Slaying of Haitian Broadcasters
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Jesse Baker, David Folkenflik
1
Artist ‘Still in Shock’ After Trinity Church Uproots, and Damages, His 9/11 Work
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Clinton Names Panel to Draft Health Consumer Bill of Rights
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Review: ‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2,’ Katniss’s Final Battle
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Senator Clinton Speaks Up for Israel at U.N. Rally
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Lobo Awarded Wade Trophy
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'Blinding Light': Trespassing
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The Lab Results Are In: Genes Might Be to Blame for Retrievers’ Obesity
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Louis Nizer, Lawyer to the Famous, Dies at 92
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Review: Colum McCann’s ‘Thirteen Ways of Looking,’ Stories Linked by Unease
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Think Pole is deranged
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Travel Advisory; Toronto Festival Honors 14 Leaders in the Arts – New York Times
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For Trump and Bloomberg, Cordial Ties Have Soured
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Plan Is Changed for Arranging Names on Trade Center Memorial
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Robert Rosencrans, Who Helped Propel C-Span, Dies at 89
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Streetscapes: The Chatsworth; Riverside South's Threat to a 1904 Apartment Tower
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ROCKEFELLER PEW FOR ABERNATHY BOYS; Child Riders Hold a Reception in Church Lobby After the Morning Service.
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In a Chaotic Industry, Beck Abides
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Pirates Make U.C.L.A. Pitcher No. 1 Pick in Draft - NYTimes.com
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Tales Out of Africa
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Aiming to Be the Netflix of Books
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David Webb’s Jewelry on Sale and for Show - NYTimes.com
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MacArthur ‘Genius Grant’ Winners for 2015 Are Announced
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Rereading a radical
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Books About Inventors
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Toto Bissainthe, Actress and Singer, 60
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Rufus Wainwright Plays Judy Garland
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ARTHUR MILLER PLAY SET TO STANLEY SILVERMAN MUSIC RESURFACES
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Acorn’s Advice to Fake Pimp O’Keefe Was No Crime, Hynes Says
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French Entrepreneurs Cash In on Fax Modems
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Dialing Up a Hit? Influence Over Musical Is in the Crowd’s Hands
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House Republicans’ Budget Bill Deepens Rift as U.S. Debt Deadline Nears
1
Gyorgy Kepes, Wizard of Light and Motion, Comes Back Into Focus
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‘CREATIVE GROWTH’
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KenKen: New Puzzle Challenges Math Skills
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The sound that sells a million
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Check the Calendar Before You Buy that Stock!
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TRANSIT LINK OPEN TODAY; 8th Ave. Line Extended to Jamaica--Celebration Arranged
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Heard About Town
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Jack Belden, Journalist, 79
1
A Perennial Search for Perfect Wheat
1
The New Innovators Salute the Old
1
New Freedom Lets Burmese Air Venom Toward Rohingya Muslims
1
Medicare Tries an Experiment to Fight Perverse Incentives
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The Cities on the Sunny Side of the American Economy
1
Russia Mourns as Officials Seek Cause of Jet Crash in Egypt
1
The 40,000-Mile Volcano
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The Human Family Tree Bristles With New Branches
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Deutsche Bank Freezes North Carolina Expansion, in Protest of Bias Law
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Transcript: Donald Trump Expounds on His Foreign Policy Views
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KFC, With New Nail Polish, Redefines Chicken Fingers
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Book Review - At Home - A Short History of Private Life - By Bill Bryson - NYTimes.com
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At New York Fashion Week, Whatever Looks Warm Will Work
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THE INAUGURATION; Shedding Light On a Morning And a Name
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Ted Cruz to Name Carly Fiorina as His Running Mate
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Rob Gough of Eckim, on Achieving the Unachievable
1
It’s Another Perfect Day in Tibet!
1
Twists and Turns in Bid to Compete
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Paid Notice: Deaths SHIMKIN, REBECCA
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The Best in Art of 2015
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Philip Morrison, 89, Builder of First Atom Bomb, Dies
1
Weekly Calendar page: "INKorporated" exhibition preview.
1
Commodore Blake Dead
1
Maryland Knocks Off No. 5 Michigan State
1
For South Korea, E-Sports Is National Pastime
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Questions Linger for Beard Foundation
1
Larisa Bogoraz, Soviet Dissident, Dies at 74
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Warning of Violence Was Unheeded After Cult Leader's Gun Battle in '87
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Review: In ‘This Is Acting,’ Sia Adheres to Her Victim-to-Victory Formula
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After Mitt Romney Deal, Company Showed Profits and Then Layoffs
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One-third of the Ruppert Fortune Is Bequeathed to an Ex-Actress; Helen Winthrope Weyant Inherits $300,000 Besides Share in Residue--2 Nieces Get the Rest--Wealth Put at Over $40,000,000
1
E.S. Hughes Dead; Retired General
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Officers Tell Jury of Letting Dahmer Keep Boy – New York Times
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ISIS Hostages Endured Torture and Dashed Hopes, Freed Cellmates Say
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Winning Isn’t Everything. Check the Periphery. - New York Times
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The Death Of Midshipman Cabaniss
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Travel Advisory: Toronto Festival Honors 14 Leaders in the Arts
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Sally Mortemore - Filmography
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Seeing for Miles From a Village High in the Sky
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Joseph P. Busch Jr. Dies at 49; District Attorney in Los Angeles
1
23andMe Will Resume Giving Users Health Data
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1
Frederick Ecker, Financier, 96, DIES
1
Review: Wadada Leo Smith and Vijay Iyer Share Their Influence Through Duets
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New Beds Are Much More Than Places to Rest
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‘A Better Life,’ Directed by Chris Weitz - Review
1
Bottles That Could Make Every Drop of Shampoo Count
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The Year Picasso Experimented With Style
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Harland C. Forbes Is Dead at 92; Ex-Chief Executive of Con Edison
1
Prado Museum Rescinds Loan of Downgraded Hieronymus Bosch Works
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Militants Take Major Border Post; Kerry Hints U.S. Is Open to a New Premier
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Chinese Journalist Sentenced to 7 Years on Charges of Leaking State Secrets
1
Duke Looks to Regain Form and Coach After Slump Drops Team From Top 25
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Rumania, in I.M.F.; Signs U.S. Pact
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The Universe, Dark Energy and Us
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What Tournament? N.C.A.A.’s Biggest Event May Be at a Higher Court
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‘The High Cost of Living’ With Zach Braff — Review
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‘Anna Was Here,’ by Jane Kurtz
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Dan Walker, 92, Dies; Illinois Governor and Later a U.S. Prisoner
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With ‘Significant Other,’ Joshua Harmon Happily Writes About the Unhappy
1
Richard S. Morse, 76, an Inventor Of Orange Juice Concentrate, Dies
1
Molly Crabapple’s ‘Drawing Blood’
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Bernie Sanders Endorses Hillary Clinton, Hoping to Unify Democrats
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Diplo on His Grammy Priorities: Winning, Snapchat and the Best Party
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Providian Unit to Be Sold To Aegon for $2.6 Billion
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James E. Hair, 76, Naval Officer Whose Unit Broke Color Bar, Dies
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At Zappos, Pushing Shoes and a Vision
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Parkinson's 'Clusters' Getting a Closer Look
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With Uber, Less Reason to Own a Car
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Turning Back the Clock to the Days of Crotchless Pants and a Deceased Rabbit
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Most Straphangers Unfazed By Closing of Bridge Lines
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Finnish Designer Is Saluted by a London Shop
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‘The Evil Hours,’ by David J. Morris
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Srebrenica Massacre, After 20 Years, Still Casts a Long Shadow in Bosnia
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Sites for ‘Maharishi Effect’ (Welcome to Parma) Spread Across U.S.
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Jennifer duBois’s Debut Novel
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Gymnast Tests Positive and Loses Gold
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1
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Stephen Smith, 62, Businessman And an Adviser to the Kennedys
1
SIMON & SCHUSTER IN SALE TO BRITISH
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For Delphic Oracle, Fumes and Visions
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Louisa Thomas and Justin Reynolds
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Anne Roe Simpson, 87, A Clinical Psychologist
1
‘As Goes Janesville,’ on PBS, Directed by Brad Lichtenstein
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Dr. Karl Slotta, a Developer Of Birth Control Pills, Dies
1
‘Another Insane Devotion,’ by Peter Trachtenberg
1
Charles Taylor Sentenced to 50 Years for War Crimes
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Martin Wong, an Urban Visionary With a Hungry Eye
1
Jan Wallman, Village Cabaret Owner, Dies at 93
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A Dream Still Deferred
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When the Hospital Fires the Bullet
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The Next Chapter in the Book of Life Is Written in the Proteins
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Architecture View; Modernism Reaffirms Its Power
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FRANK NOTESTEIN, DEMOGRAPHER, 80
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Climate Change’s Bottom Line
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How to Succeed? Go to Wellesley
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Australia Deploys Sheepdogs to Help a Penguin Colony Back From the Brink
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In FIFA Pitch, Gianni Infantino Pushes Expansion and Continuity
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Hardy Divers in Korea Strait, ‘Sea Women’ Are Dwindling
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Bert Convy, 57, an Actor and Host Of Television Game Shows, Dies
1
Jade From China’s West Surpasses Gold in Value
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Jane Sanders Knows Politics, and How to Soften Husband’s Image
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The Night Bin Laden Was Hunted Down
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THE LAKE CITY LYNCHING.; Thirteen Men Indicted in a Federal Court for the Alleged Murder of the Negro Postmaster.
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Blazers Turn the Tables in Game 2
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Paul Soldner Dies at 89 - Ceramist Created Sculptural Vessels - NYTimes.com
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Kin of Mark Twain Wed in Hollywood
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Ford Foundation Executive to Lead Consumer Reports - NYTimes.com
1
A Night Out With Renée Elise Goldsberry of ‘Hamilton’
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Kofi Annan's Next Test
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'The Red Queen': Babs Channels Lady Hyegyong
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THE MEDIA BUSINESS; Is Simon & Schuster Mellowing?
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Obituary 6 -- No Title
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‘Masters of Sex’ Recalls the Work of Masters and Johnson
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Selling Park Avenue Condos at $250,000 a Minute
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Tracing Ebola’s Breakout to an African 2-Year-Old
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New Ideas in Lighting Get Closer to Market
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LONG ISLANDERS; AN ENGINEER-MUSICIAN PURSUES THE SOUND OF PERFECTION
1
Transcript: Donald Trump's Foreign Policy Speech
1
Shinzo Abe Selected as Japan's Prime Minister
1
What Friedrich Nietzsche Did to America (Rev. of American Nietzsche)
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Developer Scraps Bonwit Sculptures; Builder Orders Bonwit Art Deco Sculptures Destroyed
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Moceanu Switches Coaches
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The Re-education of Anchee Min
1
ISIS Atrocities Started With Saudi Support for Salafi Hate
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In India, the Golden Age of Television Is Now
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I’m Going to Harvard. Will You Sponsor Me?
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Troy Davis's Case Won't Be Reviewed by Supreme Court
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50 G.O.P. Officials Warn Donald Trump Would Put Nation’s Security ‘at Risk’
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National News Briefs; Philadelphia School Chief Ends Tenure of 6 Years
1
Expecting Trouble: The Book They Love to Hate
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Two Failures Do Not End Dreams of a Rochester-to-Toronto Ferry
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Start of Omnibus Issue for the Commonwealth
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A Bug’s Life
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OLYMPICS; Beijing Wins Bid for 2008 Olympic Games
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Gunman Terrorizes Students in Campus Siege
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Bloomberg Names Charter Panel On the Judiciary and the Budget
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The Slipper Room Lower East Side
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THE 2000 CAMPAIGN: THE GREEN PARTY; Nader Wants Apology From Debate Panel for Turning Him Away
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'Camino Real' After 17 Years
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SHOPPING WITH/Saul Williams; Downtown to Stardom in One Leap
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Fare of the country:Italy's Vin Santo: a sip of hospitality
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Richard Sherwood, 64, Lawyer and Museum Chief
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Nabisco Awards $9.7 Million in Grants to 15 Schools
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Scholar Who Was Held After Disputed Iranian Election Is Given at Least 12 Years
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In Every Stroke, Life's Fierce Pageant
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The Trans-Pacific Partnership Trade Accord Explained
1
Belgium Says Algerian Killed in Raid May Have Had Links to Radical Islam
1
Altman's Double Life as a Politician Brings Him to the Edge of Scandal
1
As Door Opens for Legal Actions in Chilean Coup, Kissinger Is Numbered Among the Hunted
1
Brazilian Forces Claim Victory Over Gangs in Rio Slum
1
Exposing Hedge Fund Politics in New York
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RUMANIANS SEEK WORLD BANK ROLE; Apply Also for Membership in I.M.F. -- Acceptance Is Expected by Year-End SOVIET ENTRY IS URGED Reuss Is for Admitting China and Eastern Europeans to Bank and Fund
1
Adam Purple's Last Stand
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Joe Scarpa, Who Gained Wrestling Fame as Chief Jay Strongbow, Dies
1
190TH ST.STATION HELD BOMB-PROOF; Tests Reveal Eighth Avenue Subway Stop Would Make an Ideal Raid Shelter
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BOOKS OF THE TIMES
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Gil Clancy, Boxing Manager and Trainer, Dies at 88 - NYTimes.com
1
Book Review - Conscience - By Louisa Thomas
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Signature Bank Sued Over Connection to Ponzi Scheme
1
Bus Route Is Extended
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SPORTS PEOPLE; 2 Plead Guilty
1
Hollywood's Version of Trade Wars
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COMPANY NEWS; Union Pacific to Buy Chicago and North Western
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ESTIMATE BOARD TWITS COMEDIAN; 'Looking for Gravy?' Lyons Asks Victor Moore, Seeking to Bulld Bus Terminal HE JOINS IN BANTER LATER But His Request Is Granted, So He Invites Members to Be Guests at His Show
1
Christy Henrich, 22, Gymnast Who Suffered From Anorexia
1
Support Waning, Romney Decides Against 2016 Bid
1
George Perle, a Composer and Theorist, Dies at 93
1
Private Company Launches Its Rocket Into Orbit
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Christopher Evan Welch, 48, a Versatile, Busy Actor, Dies
1
Lost Notes Will Linger as Footsteps Fall
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With Limited Budgets, Pursuing Science Smartly
1
Donald Trump Parts Ways With Corey Lewandowski, His Campaign Manager
1
Points and Prize Money Mean More to Olympic Tennis Holdouts
1
COMPANY NEWS; Mobil Oil to Sell Refinery to Sohio
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What the Americans Drawn to ISIS Had in Common
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Netflix Hits Milestone and Raises Its Sights
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Deaths
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Sister Wendy, Cloistered
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Gone Missing - Theater - Review
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ART IN REVIEW; Don Doe
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Unlikely Targets in Cross Hairs as Russia Aims to Expose Foreign Influence
1
Young Designers Focus Efforts on Homeless Population in Detroit
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A Golden Girl Escaping Into Infinity
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Elizabeth Hardwick, Writer, Dies at 91
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METROPOLITAN LIFE DEFENDS BIG LOAN; F.H. Ecker Tells TNEC Empire State Building Will Be on Paying Basis in 1943 RATE READJUSTED IN 1937 Original Mortgage of $27,500,000 Reduced $500,000 in1938, Expires in 1950
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His Nonlinear Reality, and Welcome to It
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Jack Daniel's Embraces a Hidden Ingredient: Help From a Slave
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Review: Chronicling an Outsider in ‘Almost There’
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Timothy Seldes, Agent Who Championed Literary Stars, Dies at 88
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Willard G. Rouse III, 60, Dies; Shaped Philadelphia Skyline
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Helping Hollywood Players Hook Up
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Disney Drops Plan for History Theme Park in Virginia
1
Atlantic Covering Business World With Quartz Site
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Nadine Conner, Lyric Soprano With the Met, Dies at 96
1
What if PTSD Is More Physical Than Psychological?
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Shelling Kills Russian Military Adviser in Syria
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Soviet-American Group Plans Voyage for Peace
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3 Share Nobel in Economics for Labor Market Analysis
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Inside the Year's Best-Reviewed Buildings
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BOOKS OF THE TIMES;Black Poet's First Novel Aims the Jokes Both Ways
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FIGURE SKATING; Cheers for Sato of Japan; Tears for Bonaly of France
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Arthur H. White Dies at 90; Gauged Public Opinion and Encouraged Reading
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How to Redraw the World Map
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G.O.P. Hypocrisy
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ART; Landscape Designer To the Celebrated In Sunny California
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Kraft Suggests Patriots Were Duped
1
Recitals by Nikolay Khozyainov and Emanuele Torquati
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In Storm, Governor's Wife Is Hurt but Unbowed
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Gen. F. B. Spinola Dead. End Of The Tammany Congressman's Career. After Several Days Of Improvement Death Came At 1:25 O'clock This Morning. A Long Career In Politics
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Casebattersea Loses Famous Dog Statue
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A New Information Mass Market
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ART; More Room To Grow Creatively
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Groundwater Depletion Is Detected by Grace Satellites
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Zhuo Lin, Widow of Chinese Leader Deng, Dies at 93
1
In Online Musical, the Mad Doctor Is In
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A Cantor's Tale - Movies - Review
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Twain Books for Library
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Kick! Punch! Slap!
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New York Theater Ballet Moves Its Relevés Downtown
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1
Suicide Bombers Kill at Least 46 At Chechen Government Offices
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Review: In Radiohead’s ‘A Moon Shaped Pool,’ Patient Perfectionism
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Japanese Labs in U.S. Luring America's Computer Experts
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Pro-Qaddafi Forces Shell Rebels Near Misurata
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Protests of China Make Olympic Torch Relay an Obstacle Course
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Separatists in Catalonia Win Narrow Majority in Regional Elections
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Dr. N.U. Mayall at Congress in Mexico Says Galaxy May Weigh Much Less Than Thought—Earth's Significance Diminishes
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Million-Dollar Queens Borough Sale; Western Syndicate Buys Vacant Plots; Properties on the Line of the Jamaica Subway, Now Under Construction, and All Have Frontages on Queens Boulevard, Where Building Is Active.
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Case of Marburg Fever Puzzles Scientists
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Emotions With Exclamation Points
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M.T.A. Uses Bird Recordings to Scare Pigeons From Roosevelt Island Station
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Does Death Penalty Save Lives? A New Debate
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Michael Weatherly Leaving 'NCIS'
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South Africa Strikes Down Laws on Gay Sex
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A Serious Business for a Humorous Drunkard
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Bloomberg and Bill Clinton to Merge Climate Groups
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Review: ‘Dada Woof Papa Hot,’ About Gay Men and Parenthood
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Pre-existing Conditions
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‘Ghostman’ by Roger Hobbs
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The Barkley Marathons: Few Know How to Enter; Fewer Finish
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Luis W. Alvarez, Nobel Physicist Who Explored Atom, Dies at 77
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Scardino, Chief of Pearson, to Step Down - NYTimes.com
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Halloween Costume Correctness on Campus: Feel Free to Be You, but Not Me
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Jersey City Proposes Legislation to Legalize Airbnb
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Exploring the Darker Sides of Ceramics
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In the GPS Case, Issues of Privacy and Technology
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How to Hold Up a Subway Tunnel: Get a Big Hanger; An Unusual Feat of Engineering Makes the Renovation of a Brooklyn Station Possible
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Rockers Playing for Beer: Fair Play?
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‘The Year of the Book,’ and More
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Artists at Work (Very Tiny Ones)
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Petit St. Vincent, a Dot of Green in the Ocean Blue
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New Factor in Campus Sexual Assault Cases: Counsel for the Accused
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Advertising: Long Break for Commercials
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Universal Music Signs Deal With Label Behind Mumford & Sons
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A Social Media Firestorm About Apple Pies
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Questions and Answers on the New Study Linking Cellphones and Cancer in Rats
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Jawbone Fossil Fills a Gap in Early Human Evolution
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Best-Of's and Reissues; Alanis Morissette
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In His New Novel, Ben Winters Dares to Mix Slavery and Sci-Fi
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Deep Below Park Avenue, a 200-Ton Drill at Rest
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Bon Voyage as a Bonus
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DEATH OF THE REV. E. G. ROBINSON
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Shanghai Protest Paper Is Closed, Staff Says
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MET REINSTALLS XXIV NOBLE ROMANS
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‘Free Will,’ by Sam Harris
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If You're Thinking of Living In / Borough Park, Brooklyn; For Many Orthodox Jews, a Heartland
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Shredderman Rules - Television - Review
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Uniting Tapestry and Technology
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Death of Woman in Tank at a Nevada Cryotherapy Center Raises Questions About Safety
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The Guide
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Mark Twain's Daughter to Sing
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Louisiana's 'Jim Crow' Law Valid
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Volodymyr Groysman Approved as New Prime Minister by Ukraine’s Parliament
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HICKS, MUSE ACQUIRES DEL MONTE UNIT IN MEXICO
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Sensing a Siege, Kurds Hit Back in Turkey
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An Official California Wine? Not So Fast, Senator
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First Leg of Rockaways Transit Opened at Cost of $10,154,702; Station and Subway Section Put Into Use--Service Is Expected on June 28
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HIGH RENTS, BUT HIGH SALES, TOO
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Alton Sterling Shooting in Baton Rouge Prompts Justice Dept. Investigation
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Maria Teresa de Filippis, Pioneer of Auto Racing, Dies at 89
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Training Local Workers Instead of Outsourcing
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Bernie Sanders Gets First Congressional Endorsement, From Raúl Grijalva
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The Billionaire, the Picassos and a $30 Million Gift to Shame a Middleman
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MUSIC: GERSHWIN GALA IN BROOKLYN
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Iraq's Little Secret
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Reading, Writing and Renewal (the Urban Kind)
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‘Whores’ Glory,’ a Documentary by Michael Glawogger
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Georgia's High Court Voids Sodomy Law
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Solar Distances
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Pauline Trigère, Exemplar of American Style, Dies at 93
1
For Crew in New York, Ebola Virus Is Fought With Scrub Brushes and Cleanser
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Scandinavia's Scarred Mr. Dialogue
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‘Escape Fire: The Fight to Rescue American Healthcare’
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OPERA: VIRGIL THOMPSON 'THE MOTHER OF US ALL'
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‘Battleborn,’ by Claire Vaye Watkins
1
A Global TV Tour via Streaming: England, Australia and New Zealand
1
BlackRock to Wind Down Macro Hedge Fund
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William Epton, 70, Is Dead; Tested Free Speech Limits
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BROWN'S PRESIDENT RESIGNS
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Kathryn Barnard, Innovator in Care and Development of Newborns, Dies at 77
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‘Emergency Brake’ Name Confuses Many on New York Subways
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Texas Museum to Build Ellsworth Kelly Design
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REVIEWS OF MAJOR CABLE SERVICES AVAILABLE IN THE TRISTATE AREA
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New Jersey Governor - 2013 Election
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HBO’s ‘Paycheck to Paycheck’: A Single Mother’s Struggle
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Gabrilowitsch, 58, Dead in Detroit
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Miller's Uneven Finish Opens Vault for Others
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TOPICS OF INTEREST TO THE CHURCHGOER; Cardinal Hayes to Sail for Rome Next Month for Ad Limina Visit to the Pope. MINISTERS END VACATIONS Dr. Straton to Resume Work Tomorrow--Bishop Manning DueHome About Sept. 17.
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‘The Body Where I Was Born,’ by Guadalupe Nettel
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Unwilling to Allow His Wife a Divorce, He Marries Another
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From a Dacha Wall, a Clue to Raoul Wallenberg’s Cold War Fate
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The Meaning of Serena Williams
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Singapore Convicts Teenager of Obscenity and Insulting Religious Feelings
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Out in Africa
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‘Antibirth,’ Natasha Lyonne and Chloë Sevigny’s Sundance Reunion
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The Decline of North Carolina
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The News Is Funny, as a Correspondent Gets His Own Show
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‘Vinyl’ Season 1 Finale: As Confused as Ever
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Investing With a Conscience, but Done by a Robot
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American Express to Sell Geneva Bank for $1 Billion
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The Secret History of SEAL Team 6: Quiet Killings and Blurred Lines
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Austrian Mohamed Mahmoud Returns to Online Jihad
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North Korea’s No. 2 Diplomat in London Defects to the South
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The Data-Driven Life
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For Carly Fiorina, Peripatetic Childhood Helped Build Worldview
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MUSIC; A Commitment to Causes
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Constance Stuart Larrabee, 85, Photographer
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Emily Gould - Exposed - Blog-Post Confidential - Gawker
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When Family Members Run Foundations, Scrutiny Never Ends
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Ta-Nehisi Coates to Write Black Panther Comic for Marvel
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U.S. Approach to Honduras Raises Doubts in Latin America
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Indonesia’s ‘Mud Volcano’ and Nine Years of Debate About Its Muck
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‘The Parthenon Enigma,’ by Joan Breton Connelly
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Penguin and Random House Merge, Saying Change Will Come Slowly
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Advertising and Marketing News
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Suspect in Attack in France Had Ties to Radical Islamist
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Minorities in U.S. set to become majority by 2042
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Dr. Lynne Hoag Dies; Former Professor
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Day Line Boat Floated
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Review: RY X Stretches Pop Structures on ‘Dawn’
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Taymor’s ‘Midsummer Night’s Dream’ Opens Brooklyn Theater
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Tibetan Protesters Disrupt Beijing Bid at Lausanne Hotel
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German Village of 102 Braces for 750 Asylum Seekers
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Europe Is Expected to Fine Members of Vitamin Cartel
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One Key to Success: A Belief in a Future
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A Loving Cup for Coacher Crosby
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A. Kenneth Pye, 62, S.M.U. President Who Restored Sports
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Darlene Geis, 81, Author and Editor
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Frederick Mayer, Jew Who Spied on Nazis After Fleeing Germany, Dies at 94
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Review: In Miranda July’s ‘New Society,’ the Audience Makes the Show
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A Weekend at Campowerment in the Catskills
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Gallery Hopes to Sell Kanye West’s ‘Famous’ Sculpture for $4 Million
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New Report of ISIS Using Poison Gas in Syria
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Levi Strauss Hopes to Match Performance of Dockers
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Armenian Editor Is Slain in Turkey
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Grants for Gay Services Grow and Go Mainstream
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Sergio Arellano Stark, Chilean General Who Led Death Squad, Dies at 94
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Working Families Party Endorses Bernie Sanders for President
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'The Conservative Heart,' by Arthur C. Brooks
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Engineering the $325,000 In Vitro Burger
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Holiday Albums; ''Maybe This Christmas Too?''
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The Agency: From a nondescript office building in St. Petersburg, Russia, an army of well-paid 'trolls' has tried to wreak havoc all around the Internet – and in real-life American communities.
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BANKING'S NEW GIANT: THE NEW CHIEF; Quiet Captain Weathers An Industry's Storms
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Henry H. Barschall, 81; Experimented With Neutrons
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COMPANY NEWS;CAPSTAR BROADCASTING BUYING OSBORN COMMUNICATIONS
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Clara Clemens in "Joan of Arc."
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Stealing Beauty
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The Core of the Earth May Be a Gigantic Crystal Made of Iron
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Carolina Herrera, Brief and Breezy
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Your Message Here
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Robert L. Berenson, Ex-Envoy And Head of Shipping Line, Dies
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Five Visionary Tech Entrepreneurs Who Are Changing the World
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John L. Tishman, Builder Who Shaped American Skylines, Dies at 90
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Carl Edwards Edges Kyle Busch
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G.E. to Sell Bulk of Fleet-Financing Business for $6.9 Billion
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‘Kafka’s Monkey,’ at Baryshnikov Arts Center
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Airline Guide Being Sold To Maxwell
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Occupying the Prairie: Tensions Rise as Tribes Move to Block a Pipeline
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NEW SUBWAY LINK BENEFIT TO QUEENS; Increased Home Demand Is Predicted in Jackson Heights Area.
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Possessed
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Cornell Daily Sun Suspends
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China, Willing to Spend, Wins a Trove of Afghan Copper
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Damages - Television - Review
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Francis Kurkdjian and Fabien Ducher, Changing History in a Bottle
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Romania Conquers and Americans Are Left Divided
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Putin Cites Claim About U.S. Designs on Siberia Traced to Russian Mind Readers
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In Binding Ballot, Czechs Give Landslide Approval to 2004 Membership in European Union
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I.R.A. GUNMEN SLAY A PROTESTANT M.P.
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United States of Paranoia: They See Gangs of Stalkers
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Miss Noli Weds Brian Silverman
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Minister Sees Salvation of Harlem in Boycott
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Conrad Black Found Guilty in Fraud Trial
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Researchers Report Milestone in Developing Quantum Computer
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Nightmare Eve, the Game Before 9/11
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Murray Hill for Family Living
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A Cover Girl Who’s Simply Himself
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THE MEDIA BUSINESS;Jacor to Buy Citicasters in $770 Million Radio Station Deal
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A Huge N.B.A. Rivalry: Sneaker Collections
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Yale Football Team at Work
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Haiti Recalls Greene With Gratitude
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Getting Fit, Even if It Kills You
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Five Hikes in Search of Hudson Valley Views
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SOUTH CAROLINA.; Military Organization of the Department of South Carolina.
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Review: In ‘Hail, Caesar!’ the Coens Revisit Old Hollywood
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Cutting and Splicing Pieces of a Friend's Madness
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A Letter About Barack H. Obama Sr.'s Record in College
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Why New Orleans’s Black Residents Are Still Underwater After Katrina
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C. D. Wright, Poet of Ozarks and Beyond, Dies at 67
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Ethel Scull, a Patron of Pop and Minimal Art, Dies at 79
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Chinese Real Estate Developers Take the Lead on New York Projects
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Review: A ‘Tarzan’ With a Few Twists in the Hollywood Vine
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MULTIMEDIA DEAL: THE DEAL; Tribune Company Agrees to Buy Times Mirror
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Bloomberg Backs Fracking, With Rules to Protect the Environment
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A Derelict School Gets New Life With the Arts
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NASA Reschedules Mars InSight Mission for May 2018
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American Lion Seeks Russian Lioness
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Saddam, the Bomb and Me
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Science in Review: Astronomers Present New Evidence That Universe Is Expanding Like a Bubble
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John Sparkman, 85, Ex-Senator, Dies
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PLUS: AUTO RACING; A Bumpy Victory For Ricky Rudd
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Leviathan (1989) Review/Film; Horror in the Depths, On a Sunken Soviet Ship
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‘Spiral,’ Paul McEuen’s Thriller, About a Cornell Professor
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Aid Offer Rescinded for Niagara Falls Project
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Black Football Players Lend Heft to Protests at Missouri
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Kara Walker - Kara Walker: My Complement, My Enemy, My Oppressor, My Love Whitney Museum of American Art - Art - Review
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Texas Meeting Seeks A Rebirth of Populism
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Much-Discussed Views That Go Way Back
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Book Review - You Are Free - By Danzy Senna
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Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s Companion, Diana Taylor, Gives a Rare Interview
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Opinion: The Dark Side of the Moon
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Suicide Bomber Kills 5 on a Bus in Tel Aviv - New York Times
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Death of a Cardinal; Cardinal O'Connor, 80, Dies; Forceful Voice for Vatican
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In Chicago, Anger Over the Sale of Park National Bank
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Bobby Womack, Royalty of the Soul Era, Dies at 70
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The Pop Life; Tom Waits Heads List of Year's Top Albums
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Riskiest Political Act of 2016? Protesting at Rallies for Donald Trump
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Review: ‘Growing Up Hip Hop’ Shares the Perks and Perils of Progeny
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For Buffalo, Few Points on the Ice but Plenty in the TV Ratings
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Education; U.S. School Breakfast Program Lifts Test Scores
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Armenian Groups Are Increasingly Focused on Reparations for Genocide
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BEST SELLERS: ADVICE, HOW TO AND MISCELLANEOUS: Sunday, May 23rd 2010
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The Men Who Made the Sun Rise
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On Trade, Donald Trump Breaks With 200 Years of Economic Orthodoxy
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2 Dead and 19 Hurt in Blast Of a Submerged Steam Pipe
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China Announces Cuts of 300,000 Troops at Military Parade Showing Its Might
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Soviets Open Prisons and Records To Inquiry on Wallenberg's Fate
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Young, Female, Energetic and, Now, Dean
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Foster Wheeler to Establish Base in Bermuda
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The Netherlands, the New Tax Shelter Hot Spot – New York Times
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Hackett: A ‘Heritage’ That’s Oh-So-British
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A Star's Real Life Upstages His Films; Tab Hunter Looks Back on Sadness and Success and Ahead to a Book
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Wendel Agrees to Acquire AlliedBarton Security for $1.67 Billion
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Georgeanna S. Jones, In Vitro Conception Pioneer, Dies at 92
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Computer Savvy, With an Attitude; Young Working-Class Hackers Accused of High-Tech Crime
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Arts, Briefly
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Drug C.E.O. Martin Shkreli Arrested on Fraud Charges
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Positivity on the podium
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''Pretty. Odd.'' - Review
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Review: A Persian Renaissance at Shiraz Kitchen in Elmsford
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Out of the Shadow and Into the Spotlight - New York Times
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In New England, Sighs of Relief as Commission Votes to Save Submarine Base
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Profile in Style: Ilse Crawford
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WELL-DESERVED HONOR
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Analyzing Proteins With X-Rays, Crystals and Some Luck
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Tea Party Avoids Divisive Social Issues
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Trump Vows to Stop Immigration From Nations ‘Compromised’ by Terrorism. How Could It Work?
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Want to Get Big? Not So Fast, He Says
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When Adventure Racing Becomes Less Adventurous
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The Science of Community Planning (Rev. of Communitas)
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Gimme an Rx! Cheerleaders Pep Up Drug Sales
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His Tone Dark, Donald Trump Takes G.O.P. Mantle
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Alexis Minotis Dies; A Greek Actor, 90, Who Staged Classics
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Participant in Prison Siege Is Executed in Texas
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John Boyega in Joe Cornish's 'Attack the Block'
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Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, a 'Small Town' in a Big City
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The $2,000-a-Day Berlin
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Focusing on Armchair Athletes, Puma Becomes a Leader
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Doctors Without Borders Is Pulling Staff After Hospital Bombings in Yemen
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'Coldwater,' a Brutal Tale of Juvenile Lockup
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Ashima Shiraishi, 11, Conquers Difficult Bouldering Climbs
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Banking Start-Ups Adopt New Tools for Lending
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From a Distant Comet, a Clue to Life
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ISIS Takes a Kurdish Village in Syria as Car Bombs Kill Dozens in Homs
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Obit Page
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‘Christmas Under Wraps’ Among Top 5 Holiday TV Movies
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Ashraf Pahlavi, Sister of Iran’s Last Shah, Dies at 96
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James O’Neill, Officer Since 1983, Will Step Into Police Dept.’s Top Job
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Shreveport Battles the Ravages of the Mighty Red
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Film Forum to Honor the Director Jack Garfein - NYTimes.com
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A Digital Camera That Swaps Lenses, Priced to Please
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DESTRUCTION OF THE NASHVILLE.; Official Reports of Admiral Dupont and Commander Worden--A Torpedo Exploded under the Montauk.
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Upbeat Works to Honor a Solemn Day
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Dismayed by Donald Trump, Michael Bloomberg Will Endorse Hillary Clinton
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Anita Brookner, Whose Bleak Fiction Won the Booker Prize, Dies at 87
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‘Fire Paul Ryan’? Rebel PACs Hit Republicans, and It Pays
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‘I Killed My Mother,’ a Xavier Dolan Film
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Pushing a Right to Bear Arms, the Sharp Kind
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Tunnel Vision
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Look at Me, World! Self-Portraits Morph Into Internet Movies
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Ideas & Trends: Cosmic Noise; Scaling Lofty Towers of Belief, Science Checks Its Foundations
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Rape Survivor Turns 'Superhero' in India's First Digital Comic
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Chelsea Music Festival Features Debussy and Cage
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Honors for Bridges Many Take for Granted
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The Pepsi Challenge Is Returning, but This Time for the Social Media Generation
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Writer of Many Books; A Talk with Marion Harland at Her Home in New Jersey
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2 Web Ventures End Merger Plan
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Algeria to Permit Abortions for Rape Victims
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A THEME PARK CALLED WONDERLAND OPENS NEAR TORONTO
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Mr. Trump’s Wild Ride
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Police Arrest 70 at a Queens Brothel So Bold That Employees Handed Out Fliers on the Street
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Gang Leader for a Day - Sudhir Venkatesh - Book Review
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VAN ALLSBURG'S EXPRESS
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Joey Chestnut, Hot Dog Eating Champ, Is Dethroned in Coney Island
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Both Sides Now
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Bankruptcy Protection for Retailer
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As Foundations Close, Anxiety for Charities
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In U.C.L.A. Debate Over Jewish Student, Echoes on Campus of Old Biases
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President Saves Rioters; Commutes Sentences of Half a Score of Negro Soldiers Convicted of Murder.
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At Lunch With Warren Farrell: Are Women Responsible for Their Own Low Pay?
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Free Online University Receives Accreditation, in Time for Graduating Class of 7
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Carol Bove Sculpture Shows at the High Line and MoMA
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Trove of Long-Lost Silent Films Returns to America
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What's the Mission? Your Troops Want to Hear It From You
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THEATER: REVIVAL OF 'BALM IN GILEAD'
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New Directors/New Films at Lincoln Center and Museum of Modern Art
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Genetically Engineered Crops Are Safe, Analysis Finds
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The Trump of Magazines Past
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COMPANY NEWS; Boots Pharmaceuticals Unit To Go to BASF of Germany
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How Smartphones Are Killing Off the Fashion Show
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ART PEOPLE; 'Not Afraid' in the subway.
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Presidential Candidates’ Positions on Science Issues
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January 7-13;A Sax Craze, Inspired by 'The Simpsons'
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‘A Hologram for the King’ Finds Tom Hanks in the Desert, Desperate to Sell Phantoms
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Sunken Liner Is Struck
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Anne Washburn Brings Backstage Drama to Center Stage in ‘10 Out of 12’
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ITALIAN PRINCES SEE POPE.; Duke and Duchess of Genoa Among Seven of House of Savoy Present.
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Al Loving Dies at 69; Abstract Artist Created Vibrant Work
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South Carolina Officer Is Charged With Murder of Walter Scott
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Banks Starting to Walk Away on Foreclosures
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Hillary Clinton Endorses Barack Obama
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For Labor, a Wal-Mart Store Closing in Canada Is a Call to Arms
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At New York Musical Theater Festival, a Video Game Sendup, Gospel Music and More
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Everett Fails to Get Custody
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With a Mall Boom in Russia, Property Investors Go Shopping
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The AT&T Chief's Report Card
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South Korean Who Killed 5 Fellow Soldiers Is Sentenced to Die
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Austrian Far-Right Candidate Norbert Hofer Narrowly Loses Presidential Vote
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Jessica Fridrich Specializes in Problems That Only Seem Impossible to Solve
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Oklahoma Governor Grants Richard Glossip a Stay of Execution
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Williamsburg Journal; Symbolic Boundary Begets a Real Disagreement
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Calculating Economics of an Eye for an Eye
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Review: ‘A Ballerina’s Tale’ Chronicles the Rise of Misty Copeland
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Diplomas Denied Over Graduation Cheers
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Nebraskans choose woman for governor's race
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Sarmientosaurus Was a 10-Ton Dinosaur With a Plum-Sized Brain
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Has Wikipedia Created a Rorschach Cheat Sheet? Analyze That - NYTimes.com
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Furor on Rush to Require Cervical Cancer Vaccine
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What Libya Lost When Ambassador Stevens Died
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Ernesto Alonso, 90, Telenovela Director, Dies
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UKRAINIANS ELECT A NEW PRESIDENT
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Names Obtained by Fraud.
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Revival of Indian Cycle Runs Into a New Barrier (page 2 of 2)
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St. Winock gets answer
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Review: ‘The Wreckers,’ a Tale of Piracy, Love and Betrayal
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As Peace Talks in Yemen Crumble, Civilians End Up in Cross Hairs Again
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GRIM REGIME: A special report.; For Burmese, Repression, AIDS and Denial
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Her Jewish State
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Trying to Build Bonds With Immigrant Stories
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Frieze Restages Ruppersberg’s ‘Al’s Grand Hotel’
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Despite Gains, Hamas Sees a Fight for Its Existence and Presses Ahead
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Fiction: The War at Home
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Brezhnev Arrives in East Germany For 30th Anniversary Celebration; Ceausescu Is Not Expected
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Palmyra Temple Was Destroyed by ISIS, U.N. Confirms
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From Atlanta To Munich Via 'Egmont'
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Learning to Live Small (in a Dumpster)
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Betsy Bloomingdale, Socialite and Friend of Influencers, Dies at 93
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In Law Schools, Grades Go Up, Just Like That
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Charlie Hebdo Mocks Europe’s Response to Migrant Crisis With Cartoons of Dead Syrian Boy
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Publisher's Web Books Spur Hardcover Sales
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RHODES SCHOLARS SELECTED FOR 1991
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BILL HALEY, 55, DIES; SINGER-BAND LEADER
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Hundreds of Thousands Mourn Indian Politician Thackeray
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Turkey Seizes Newspaper, Zaman, as Press Crackdown Continues
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Swimmer to Retire
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Cashew Juice, the Apple of Pepsi's Eye
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'Paralytic' Flees from Prison Ward; Captain Fritz Duquesne, Who Feigned Helplessness, Escapes from Bellevue.
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Energy Drinks Promise Edge, but Experts Say Proof Is Scant
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Israelis Seize 6 in Raid on Prison in the West Bank
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The Chef Gabrielle Hamilton's Life, Scars and All
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Congress Releases Secret 9/11 Document Detailing Possible Saudi Ties to Al Qaeda
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Rouben Mamoulian, Broadway Director, Is Dead
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TRANSACTIONS
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CHILDREN'S BOOKS; Best Illustrated Books
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Stop Coddling the Super-Rich
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Melissa Harris-Perry Walks Off Her MSNBC Show After Pre-emptions
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JERSEY; Montclair's Connection Has Its Price
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Jamey Sheridan Stars in Bette Gordon’s New Film
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The Most Detailed Maps You’ll See From the Midterm Senate Elections
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Amy Arbus: ‘On the Street 1980-1990’
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The Late Shift
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Arbitration Everywhere, Stacking the Deck of Justice
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Where the Cows Come Home; Sanctuary Farm Applauds Ban on Butchering of Sick Animals
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Top Albania Writer Seeks Asylum In France, a Blow to His President
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Russia Decision Muddies Legacy of I.O.C. President Thomas Bach
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Mark Whitaker’s ‘Cosby’
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‘The Law of Return’ Revisits the Jonathan Pollard Case
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Obama Signs Health Care Overhaul Into Law
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THE AFRICAN CIVILIZATION SOCIETY.; Response to its Opponents No Connection with the Colonization Society.
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Review: In ‘Tamasha,’ Finding a Path to Love, Show Business and Adulation
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The Democratic Candidates Forum
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Greece is striving for Olympic gold as Games' designs meld ancient and modern
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Clara Clemens in Role
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Before Broadway, Musicals Make a Detour to Test the Waters in Chicago
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Out of a Rare Super Bowl I Recording, a Clash With the N.F.L. Unspools
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Paid Notice: Deaths THALER, RABBI RICHARD
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Quote . . . Misquote
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The Portraits of Judith Joy Ross: Not Just Faces in the Crowd
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NEW B.M.T. SERVICE.; Brighton-Franklin Trains to Coney Island to Run Weekdays.
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Holiday Albums; ''Maybe This Christmas''
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Europe Turns Back to Coal, Raising Climate Fears
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Face of City Has Changed Dramatically, Census Estimates Show
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Dallas Museum Lands New Director
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College for a New Age
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Caroline Wong and Brett McGurk
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Has Delaware's Insurance Chief Gone Too Far? - Biography
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Secret Science Club, Nerd Nite and Other Barroom Education
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Paul Simon Removed From U.N. Boycott List
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S.S. United States, Historic Ocean Liner of Trans-Atlantic Heyday, May Sail Again
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Laura Margolis, 93; Helped Rescue Jews
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Boston Philharmonic Youth Orchestra at Carnegie Hall
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Lesley Blanch, 102, a Writer and Traveler, Dies
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Q & A with Stuart Elliott
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How Oprahness Trumped Truthiness
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Iona College and Seton Move Toward a ''Marriage''
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EAST SIDE SUBWAY OPEN.; Train from 145th Street to Broadway in 9 Minutes and 40 Seconds.
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Sampson Forced Out at Indiana
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Swinging Suburbia and the Sensual City
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Suicide Bomber Kills 5 on a Bus in Tel Aviv – New York Times
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A RARE LOOK AT AN OUTSTANDING MANSION
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In ‘Girlhood,’ a French Adolescent Comes Out of Her Shell
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How Coca-Cola Obtains Its Coca
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Heath Ledger – I'm Not There -
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Special: Useless Weapons and Duds Sent Guatemala by Reds, Officers Say; REDS SENT DUDS TO GUATEMALANS
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Bush Service Records From '72, Thought Lost, Are Discovered
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STATE'S TOP COURT REJECTS TRUMP TAX APPEAL
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Hear Me Roar, a Woman's Symphony on the Road
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New York Challenges a Coffee Shop Logo - NYTimes.com
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THE RWANDA DISASTER: THE REFUGEES; Some Who Fled Rwanda Return As Zaire Opens Border Crossings
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Homeless Shelters Drain Money From Housing, Experts Say
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To Help American Girls
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Beck at a Certain Age
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Mayor of Scandal-Weary Bridgeport Admits That He Used Cocaine
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Golf; Johnny Miller, a Sand Blast From the Past, Wins
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New York Is Finally Taking Its Coffee Seriously - NYTimes.com
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House Members Unite to Read Stanford Rape Victim’s Letter
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Mark Twain's Daughter Here
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The Closing of the Canadian Mind
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Pakistan, the Saudis’ Indispensable Nuclear Partner
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A Child of the Slum Rises as President of Indonesia
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The Pope’s Unforgiving Message of Forgiveness on Abortion
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Neiman Marcus Data Breach Worse Than First Said
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CHANCELLOR BROADCASTING TO BUY 12 RADIO STATIONS
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A Lot of Hot Air
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New Substance Is Harder Than Diamond, Scientists Say
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BEST SELLERS: January 26, 2003 - Page 2
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LIEUT. COL. KELLETT IS KILLED IN ACTION; Member of Parliament Was With 8th Army in Africa
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Look in Your Mirror
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Winds of Academic Change Rustle University of Chicago
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Attack at Istanbul Airport Leaves at Least 36 Dead
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To Virginia's Family, Santa Claus Is Still Real
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Bazaar With the Feel of Bombay, Right in Queens
1
Draft Registration for Women Would Stir a Sleepy Government Agency
1
The Case of Georges Simenon
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America’s ‘Postracial’ Fantasy
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Almost Famous Feels Like This
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Paid Notice: Deaths MERRILL, VERNON L.
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The Street-Preaching Excitement. Street-Preaching In New-York. The Angel Gabriel And Mrs. Bishop
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Henrietta M. Larson Is Dead; Former Professor at Harvard
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The Way Things Aren't (Rev. of The Empire City)
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FORTY DROWNED IN THE VOLGA. - Steamer Tsarevitch Run Down by the Malpitka Near Astrakhan. - View Article - NYTimes.com
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Doctor Panels Urge Fewer Routine Tests - NYTimes.com
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BMG to Buy Rest of Zomba, The Home Of Pop Stars
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Wow! Every Song What's-His-Name Ever Recorded: Movies, Performing Arts/Weekend Desk
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Trials and Triumphs: ‘Aaron Douglas: African-American Modernist’ at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture
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Pop-Punk Bands, Now Grown Up
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Matt Bevin, Republican, Wins Governor's Race in Kentucky
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Major Armstrong Goes to Columbia
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‘Birds of a Lesser Paradise,’ by Megan Mayhew Bergman
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Romania Seeks Lines of Credit
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Taiwan Earthquake Investigators Arrest Developer of Collapsed Building
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Lynching Victim Is Cleared of Rape, 100 Years Later
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Douglas Morse Howell, 87, Artist and Papermaker
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Andrew Imbrie, 86, Composer Known for Use of Dissonance
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Anne Boyer’s ‘Garments Against Women’
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Rap as Public Forum on Matters of Life and Death: West Coast hip-hop has seized upon the persona of the gang member as a way to address black-on-black violence
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New Subway Token Dispenser
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As Netflix Goes After TV Fans, Hulu Chases Movie Buffs
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In Police Training, a Dark Film on U.S. Muslims
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The 'Third Way' Is No Route to Paradise
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‘Follies’ on Broadway - Review
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‘Pier 54’
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Study Using Gay Canvassers Erred in Methods, Not Results, Author Says
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Bari Lurie, Jeffrey Westerberg
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Another Magnolia Blossom at Risk
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Raytheon Offers $2.3 Billion for E-Systems
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A Craftsman of Russian Verse Helps Ukraine Find Its New Voice
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Review: Blacka Di Danca Shakes His Way Through Borough Hall
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An Actress’s Hard Life Feeds ‘Wire’ Character
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WINE TALK; Taking the Party on the Road
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Books of The Times; Changing Race Relations In a Georgia County
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From Curvy Organic Shapes to Hip and Playful Pop
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William S. Richardson, Ex-Chief Justice in Hawaii, Is Dead at 90 - Obituary
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‘An Ember in the Ashes,’ by Sabaa Tahir
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The 10 Best Books of 2014
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After the Broadway Show, a Trip to Hamilton’s Grave
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U.S. Pilot Shot Down in Iraq Regrets Human Cost of War
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The Lying Days
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Frank Howard, 86, the Coach Of Top Clemson Football Teams
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Westinghouse To Acquire 98 Radio Stations
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Review: In ‘Ava’s Possessions,’ Fallout From a Lost Month of Demonic Activity
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Review/Film Festival; Love Among the Chaos In Post-Colonial Africa
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Taraborrelli's book continues to sell large
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The Creator of WorldStarHipHop Plots His Second Act
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Stephen J. Jarema, 83, Former Assemblyman
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SFX in Deal For 16 Stations
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Art: "Art and the Urban Scene" at Newark
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Suit Names Dutch Aide
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Rabbis' Rules and Indian Wigs Stir Crisis in Orthodox Brooklyn
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BRITISH FIND THE BODY OF INDIAN DIPLOMAT WHO WAS ABDUCTED
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Hillary Rodham Clinton: By the Book
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Wright Aide Quits Amid Furor on '73 Crime
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Death, and Life, in a Medical School in Yemen
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BASICS; Custom Tailor A Web Browser Just for You
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Lisa Robinson’s Rock ’n’ Roll Life in ‘There Goes Gravity’
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Georges Simenon Dies at 86; Creator of Inspector Maigret
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WINE TALK
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A Showcase Housing Development for Miami Beach
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Arab Bank Liable for Supporting Terrorist Efforts, Jury Finds
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Princeton Is Accused of Fronting For the Turkish Government
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Brothers, Collectors, Antagonists
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Three Iranian Women Use Art to Pierce Their Homeland’s Veil
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The School That Skipped Ethics Class
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Accused of Rape, a Student Sues Columbia Over Bias
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A Skeptic in Yogaland
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Mystery Novels by Stieg Larsson, Karin Fossum, Matthew Dicks, Steven M. Thomas and Margaret Maron
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Killed on 9/11, Fire Chaplain Becomes Larger Than Life
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Afghan Forces Rally in Kunduz, but Fight Is Far From Decided
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THEATER: THIS WEEK; A Conductor Known to Lend a Hand
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John Ferrone, Editor of Eclectic Stable of Writers, Dies at 91
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Science Watch; New Biosphere Official
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Eighth Blackbird Performs ‘Colombine’s Paradise Theater’
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Suzanne Belperron: Modern, before the World Was
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Supreme Court Justices’ Comments Don’t Bode Well for Affirmative Action
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Dallas Shooting Suspect, Micah Johnson, 'Upset at White People'
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Steven Levingston’s ‘Little Demon in the City of Light,’ and More
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Billboard Publications Is Purchased by Affiliated Publications After Acquiring Backstage
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Books of The Times; Darkness Under 2 Sisters' Innocence
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Vexed by Terrorism, Trials and Guantánamo, and Bearing Witness
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2 Suspects Held and 2 Flee in Fatal Bombay Blasts
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End of the Line for L.I.R.R.'s 10 Loneliest Stops
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Filipino Pilot Claims Blackout in Killing of 7
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CONEY FARE CUT SATURDAY.; One Nickel to Take Passenger Over Lines of the B.R.T.
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Behind the Chinese Bid for Smithfield Foods
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Prince, an Artist Who Defied Genre, Is Dead at 57
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Younger Generations Lend a Hand in Their Own Way
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In Silver Case, U.S. Cites Link to Litigation Tied to Asbestos
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Obama Ordering Changes in U.S. Hostage Policies
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At 41, Jason Gore Brings a Different Look, and Sensibility, to the FedEx Cup Playoffs
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Obama Keeps His Blackberry in a Hard-Fought E-Victory
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Review: In Megan Abbott’s ‘You Will Know Me,’ Gymnast Girl and Cute Dead Guy
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POSTINGS: The Socony-Mobil Building on 42nd Street; A Landmark, Measles and All
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THE 1990 CAMPAIGN; Massachusetts: Accentuating the Negative
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CHOICE TABLES; Bavarian Cuisine Transformed
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BUSINESS PEOPLE; NEW ICN DRUG PUTS CHIEF IN SPOTLIGHT
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How Milosevic Stole the Election
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The Rise of Evgeny Lebedev
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Hollywood Turns Out for AIDS Benefit
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The Most Magical Moments of Texas’s Remotest Music Festival
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Rebel-Backed Elections to Cement Status Quo in Ukraine
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Democrats’ Convention Choice for 2016 Reflects a Philadelphia Resurgence
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Jessica DeLoach, Warwick Sabin —Weddings
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New Jersey Ballot Measures and State Legislature - 2013 Election Results
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Burn Down a Poet’s House, and the Mail Just Pours In
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A Genre of the Intellect With Little Use for Ideas
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Safety Disks Put to Test on Subway Platform
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A Revolutionary Approach to Treating PTSD
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Review: Sarasota Ballet, With Ashton as the Beating Heart of a Triple Bill
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‘Janie Jones’ With Abigail Breslin - Review
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Rebuilding the Lions Is a Challenge for Martin Mayhew
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Former Oklahoma City Police Officer Found Guilty of Rapes
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Book Says Zhou Enlai, Chinese Premier, May Have Been Gay
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Saving Syria’s Refugee Children
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Justin Bua - Artist - Los Angeles
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John Boehner, House Speaker, Will Resign From Congress
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How Donald Trump’s ‘Rigged’ Claim Chips Away at Democracy
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Why Is Curtis Unknown to Photographic History?
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100 Years Later, Celebrating a Historic Flight in Europe
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11th Havana Biennial Attracts Americans
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Chinese Crew Rescued
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Hate Crime Reporting Shouldn’t Ignore American Sikhs
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San Francisco Police Chief Releases Officers’ Racist Texts
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She Wouldn't Say Yes (1945)
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In Tribute to Son, Khizr Khan Offered Citizenship Lesson at Convention
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Growing Use of Contractors Added to Iraq War's Chaos - Iraq War Logs - WikiLeaks Documents
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Iona College and Seton Move Toward a "Marriage"
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Kids or Conspirators: How Hackers Got Caught
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Manny and the Socialites: Let’s Roll
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A Day After a Killing, Afghans React in Horror, but Some Show Approval
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Egyptians and Tunisians Collaborated to Shake Arab History
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School’s Warnings About Paris Attacker Were Not Passed On
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Cochran the Agent? It Could Work
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In Nassau Coliseum’s Parking Lot, There’s a Rave Going On
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Bhutto’s Son Tries to Revive the Pakistan Peoples Party’s Fortunes
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Ex-Fortune Editor Joins Yahoo Finance
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A Review of ‘Bubble Boy,’ in Rahway
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Businesses Find a Silver Lining in Inland California's Downturn
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Window to Mrs. Clemens
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Chile Earthquake Strikes Coast, Forcing Residents to Evacuate
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Hillary Clinton Shapes Potential New Role for Bill Clinton
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Ecuadorean Villagers May Hold Secret to Longevity
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Backlash by the Bay: Tech Riches Alter a City
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An Olympic Quest Longer Than Most
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A Budget Deal Promising Peace Is Rooted in Modest Goals
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Elissa Gretz To Be Bride
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The Evolution of Fleece, From Scratchy to Snuggie
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Leader of Emily’s List, a PAC Built to Elect Women, Faces Her Biggest Test in 2016
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Going Gaga for Ohad Naharin
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LETTER FROM MIAMI; A Century-Old City Still in the Process of Being Invented
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Atul Gawande's 'Being Mortal'
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Coming Out as a Modern Family - NYTimes.com
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Dealing With Boko Haram
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Titanic in peril on leaving port
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Wendy Whelan Says Farewell to City Ballet
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In ‘Rust,’ Corrosion is the Character
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Michael Learned - Biography
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‘Hamilton Mixtape,’ by Lin-Manuel Miranda, at Allen Room
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Talley to Acquire John J. McMullen.
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The Complete List of Grammy Nominees
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Cornell Chosen to Build Science School in New York City
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Donald Trump's Draft Deferments: Four for College, One for Bad Feet
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SCOUTING; Hold That Tiger
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Spare Times
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Martin O’Malley to Drop Out After Finish in Iowa Vote
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Joseph Napolitan, Pioneering Campaign Consultant, Dies at 84
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Arab League Headquarters to Return to Cairo
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Abu Nidal Is Reportedly Placed Under House Arrest by Libyans
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Board Game Offers Fast Track to Theater Glory - City Critic
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A Supreme Court Pioneer, Now Making Her Mark on Video Games
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Russia's Purveyor of 'Truth', Pravda, Dies After 84 Years
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Joseph Barr, 76, Dies; Was Pittsburgh Mayor
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RUMANIA IN TALKS WITH I.M.F.
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Michelle Stuart’s Work at the Parrish Art Museum
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Rev. S. Baring-Gould Dead
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The Bullitt Center in Seattle Goes Well Beyond Green
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Pause for Peace
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Fusion Furor: Science's Human Face
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Obama 2016 Budget Proposes 7 Percent Spending Increase Over Caps
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Sidney J. Kimmel - Sidney Kimmel Entertainment - The Kite Runner - Movies
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‘The Daily Show’ Gets Ready to Go Viral
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Which Presidential Candidates Are Winning the Money Race
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‘The Invisible Bridge,’ by Rick Perlstein
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Poking Fun in ‘Too Many Lenas 3: Let Them Eat Cake’
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An Obama Nominee's Crushed Hopes
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LIVING IN A NUTSHELL; Shangri-La in a Shack
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Onetime Political Satire Becomes a Right-Wing Rage and a Hot Internet Item
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Victor Ponta, Romania’s Premier, Steps Down After Outcry Over Corruption
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Anywhere the Eye Can See, It’s Likely to See an Ad
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Dexter Masters, 80, British Editor; Warned of Perils of Atomic Age - New York Times
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Amy Miller, 90, a Founder of Shaker Village
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Michael Bloomberg Will Not Enter Presidential Race
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PUBLIC LIVES; Creating the Spirit of Carnival in a Tent
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Seaside at 25: Troubles in Paradise
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F.B.I. Report Links Official in Connecticut to Drug Use
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Astronomy Chief Is Appointed
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Even With Confession of Cheating, World’s Doping Watchdog Did Nothing
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BEST SELLERS: November 20, 1994
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Jane Kim’s Bird Mural
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U.S. Allies See Trans-Pacific Partnership as a Check on China
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Living Off the Land in Maine, Even in Winter
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International Monetary Fund Accepts Rumania
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What Happened to Jane Mayer When She Wrote About the Koch Brothers
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The Media Business: Advertising; The latest unconventional vehicle for promotionsis a hand-held media device. Will anyone watch?
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'They Made America': 1 Percent Inspiration, 99 Percent Marketing
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Loren MacIver, 90, a Painter Known for Her Eclectic Style
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No. 1 Book, and It Offers Solutions
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Pope Francis' Visit to U.S. Is His First Ever, for Several Reasons
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A Queer Pop-Punk Cult Hero Strikes Out on His Own
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At a Lake Tahoe Festival, Party by Night and Downward Dog by Day
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IMPEACHMENT: NEWS ANALYSIS; What Next? Don't Guess
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In Libya, for Starters, It's the Soup
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Company Says It's Found 1744 Wreck of Famed British Warship
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African Wild Dogs, True Best Friends
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Geeks Win: A survey of the oddballs who write the codes that make the 21st-century world go round
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Voting Problems in Ohio Set Off an Alarm
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Books of The Times; Growing Up Rootless in an Immigrant Family
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Mike Pence: A Conservative Proudly Out of Sync With His Times
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Scandal Erupts in Unregulated World of Fantasy Sports
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60‐Story Tower Sought For Bonwit‐Teller Site
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'Jesus' Inscription on Stone May Be Earliest Ever Found
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BASEBALL; How Bonilla Got Mets to Empty Their Pockets
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Art Hoax Unites Europe in Displeasure
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Review: L.A. Dance Project’s Tale of Murder, Sprightly and With Sneakers
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A Champion of Japan’s Right Wing Is Jailed Over Campaign Payments
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At the Fringe: Who's in Charge Around Here?
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For Nearly 5 Hours, a Confident Putin Takes Questions
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New York State’s Paleontologist Seeks to Bring Prehistoric Era to Life
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Philosophers Find the Degree Pays Off in Life And in Work
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Dennis Quaid's Second Reel: The Comeback
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The Graying of the President
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WNYC to Open New Podcast Division
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Tory Burch and Pierre-Yves Roussel Become Fashion’s Newest Power Couple
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A Tiny Emissary From the Ancient Past
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DEADLY TURNING POINT: A special report.;AIDS Epidemic, Late to Arrive, Now Explodes in Populous Asia - Page 5 - New York Times
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Ben Ratliff’s Top 10 Albums and Songs of 2014
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The Un-Pilgrims — The New York Times
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Oklahoma Inmate the Focus of Renewed Attention as Execution Date Nears
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Mariah Carey's List Is Short: All She Wants Is Immortality
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Did 'The Walking Dead' Cook Up a 'Breaking Bad' Reference?
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Op-Ed Contributor - Obama's Overdue AIDS Bill
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‘Pulp: A Film About Life, Death & Supermarkets’
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A New Face on the Party Scene: Botox
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Richard D. Heffner, Host of ‘The Open Mind,’ Dies at 88
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Rabbi Pinchas M. Teitz, 87, Founder of Schools
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A Parodist Who Calls Himself Hanksy
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Founding Father
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After a Manhattan Church Is Destroyed in a Fire, Another Welcomes Its Members
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TO AID THE BAKER FAMILY.
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U.S. Eases Some Limits on Cuban Travel and Commerce
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Kelsey Grammer in Hospital With Irregular Heartbeat
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U.S. Officials Link Duvalier Father‑in‑Law to Cocaine Trade
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The Man Who Would Be Han Solo
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The Ideological Roots of the Oregon Standoff
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Minister Sees Salvation of Harlem in Boycott (page 2)
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John Biggers, 76, Painter Who Explored African Life
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The Talk of The Telly - Few Mourn as BBC Soap Is Put Out of Its Misery
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China’s Feminist Awakening
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Microsoft Sues U.S. Over Orders Barring It From Revealing Surveillance
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James Welch, 62, an Indian Who Wrote About the Plains
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Tapping Dancers for Ballet Company
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Follow the Money
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The Lede: On North Korean State Television, News of the Leader’s Death and Floods of Tears
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Astronomers Measure Distance to Farthest Galaxy Yet
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Jaimy Gordon’s ‘Lord of Misrule,’ a National Book Award Winner
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In Kenya, a New AIDS Drug Gets Mired in Politics and Financial Disputes
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A Gioia To Behold
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'The Late Bourgeois World'
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IBM Scientists Find New Way to Shrink Transistors
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The Hakawati - Rabih Alameddine - Book Review
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No Reports of Violence By Simpson's First Wife
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Trumpologies
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After 2 Killers Fled, New York Prisoners Say, Beatings Were Next
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‘Cult,’ on CW, Created by Rockne S. O’Bannon
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Works by Asco at the Los Angeles Museum
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GUNMEN ROB NASSAU HOME OF ART VALUED AT $2 MILLION
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Taking Aim at Planned Parenthood, Conservatives Use Familiar Tactic
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Chirlane McCray and the Limits of First-Ladyship
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Kim Gordon: By the Book
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Cooking
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Trial Vaccine Made Some More Vulnerable to H.I.V., Study Confirms
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Japan Raises Possibility of Breach in Reactor Vessel
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Neil Reagan, 88, Ad Executive And Jovial Brother of President
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Rivane Neuenschwander’s Playful but Serious Art
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Suspension Training: How Risky Is It?
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Amazing Race to the Bottom of the World
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A Movie Couple's Home Reflects the Joy of Sets
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Exes Explain Ghosting, the Ultimate Silent Treatment
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In Child Deaths, a Test for Christian Science; Faith vs. the Law; A special report.
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Radical Lace & Subversive Knitting - Art - Review
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Irving J. Selikoff Is Dead at 77; TB Researcher Fought Asbestos
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Hillary Clinton Email Said to Include Material Exceeding ‘Top Secret’
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Sri Lanka Loses E.U. Trade Benefit
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Marion Williams Is Dead at 66; Influential Pioneer of Gospel
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U.S. Bankrolling Is Under Scrutiny for Ties to Chávez Ouster
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Italy's Mysterious Deepening Bank Scandal
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U.S. Student Tells of Pain Of His Caning In Singapore
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N.J. Transit Links Midtown And Montclair
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Canada’s History of Violence
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Opposition in Venezuela Now Has to Fix the Ills That Led to Its Victory
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Bloomberg Draws a Blueprint for a Greener City
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Behind a Shopping Center in New Jersey, Signs of a Mass Extinction
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In Los Angeles Riots, a Witness With Videotapes
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TRAVEL ADVISORY; Jewish Museum Reopens Sunday
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Colum McCann’s Radical Empathy
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No Headline
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A Tug of War Over Gulag History in Russia’s North
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WEDDINGS; Joyce Campbell, Robert Giuffra Jr.
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Jonathan Woodner, Real Estate Developer
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PUBLIC LIVES; A Patron of the Arts, as Seen in a Sponge
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Death Toll Rises to 142 After Indonesian Military Plane Crashes Into City
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Menorah on Arch of Titus in Roman Forum Was Rich Yellow
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Review: ‘How Everything Became War and the Military Became Everything’
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Tina Fey's Brash Bid for Prime Time
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Kafka's Sinister World by Way of Pinter
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Who Is Rafi Zabor?
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Some in Biotech Prefer an Acquisition to an I.P.O.
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Whatever Doesn't Kill Some Animals Can Make Them Deadly
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Edmund H. Sonnenblick, a Pioneer in Treatments for Heart Failure, Dies at 74
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Turkey Detains Academics Who Signed Petition Defending Kurds
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China’s Education Gap
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The Wreck of the Cambria
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Father Chiniquy is dead
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Under Indonesia's Surface, An Intricate Quilt of Faiths.(Foreign Desk)(YOGYAKARTA JOURNAL)(Hindu temple found in the Islamic University of Indonesia)
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Bernie Sanders Wins Endorsement of Ghost From Hillary Clinton’s Past
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Sheikdoms With Less Glitter Can Still Sparkle
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Netanyahu Wants Sweden to Condemn Organ Story
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Chicago Braces After Video of Police Shooting Is Released
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Review: Miami City Ballet in ‘Heatscape,’ a Fleeting Chase of Romance
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How Celebrities Keep Their Weddings a Secret
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BABOON HEART IMPLANT IN BABY FAE IN 1984 ASSAILED AS 'WISHFUL THINKING'
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Courts Turn to Wikipedia, but Selectively
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German Legislators Vote to Outlaw Bestiality
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A Chance to Right a Wrong in Haiti
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No Exceptions for a Nuclear India
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PaceWildenstein Gallery of Manhattan to Open Branch in Beijing
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3 Leaders at the Metropolitan Museum of Art Step Down
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‘Bunnicula: A Rabbit Tale of Musical Mystery,’ at DR2 Theater
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Seoul Student's Torture Death Change Political Landscape
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EL' STATION TO BE RAZED; Grand Ave. Stop on Myrtle Ave. Line to End Wednesday
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The Dead
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Findings of Police Bias in Baltimore Validate What Many Have Long Felt
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Han Xu, 70, China Diplomat And Ex-Envoy to U.S., Dies
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Brazilian Soul Food
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A 300-Year-Old Synagogue Comes Back to Life in Poland
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THE 2004 CAMPAIGN: THE MILITARY RECORDS; Texas Unit Releases More on Bush
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Miss Clemens in Concert
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Review: ‘Youngblood,’ an Urgent Novel About the Iraq War
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Human Rights Group’s Office Destroyed in Arson Attack
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2 More Coloring Books by Johanna Basford Coming This Year
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Get Clean, Come Back: Eminem’s Return
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Delaying Kindergarten May Hurt Child Later, a Study Finds
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Ten journeys for the spirit
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Clemson Drops Ford With $1 Million Deal
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Review: ‘Detectorists’ on BBC and Acorntv Hope to Unearth a Fortune
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Review: ‘An Octoroon,’ a Branden Jacobs-Jenkins Comedy About Race
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Inside the List
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At Simmons, Bought, Drained and Sold, Then Sent to Bankruptcy
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Echoes of Political Unrest at Venice Biennale
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Preparing for Hurricane Babies
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Grading the Common Core: No Teaching Experience Required
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Let's (Not) Get Physicals
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Town Votes for Marker Used by Jews
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Ike Taiga and Tokuyama Gyokuran: Japanese Masters of the Brush – Art – Review
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THE REGION; Stolen Art Seized; 4 Men Arrested
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Review: In ‘Air,’ Norman Reedus and Djimon Hounsou Keep Hope, and Themselves, Alive
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Jobless After Scandal, Weiner Triumphs in Corporate World
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BUSINESS PEOPLE; President for TV Unit At New Line Cinema
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Review: Henson's ''Crystal''
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Turning to Autobiography for Emotional Growth in Old Age
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In ‘A Sinner in Mecca,’ a Gay Director Ponders His Sexuality and Islamic Faith
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NEW BRONX SUBWAY STARTS OPERATION; $40,000,000 Branch of City System Opens at 1 A.M. With 80 on First Train. LINK TO WESTCHESTER Expresses to Bring 205th St. Within Half Hour of 42d -- 46 Minutes to Brooklyn.
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Critics’ Choice: New CDs
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Apple Wins Ruling in New York iPhone Hacking Order
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COMPANY NEWS; S.E.C. HALTS AN INQUIRY ON ICN STOCK TRADING
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Trash and Vaudeville, Still Selling Punk’s Look After 38 Years
1
Michael Wolff Leaves Post at Adweek
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CAROL TAYLOR HAS NUPTIALS
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Republican Candidates, Minus Donald Trump and Ted Cruz, Play Nice at Poverty Forum
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Word for Word/The Marquis de Custine;A Long-Ago Look at Russia: (So What Else Is New?)
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AROUND THE NATION; 2 Indicted in Ohio Case Of Missing $1.1 Million
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Drug Use Believed to Extend Beyond Two Schools in South
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U.S. Goalkeeper Faces Difficult Save
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Barbara Tuchman Dead at 77; A Pulitzer-Winning Historian
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Forgotten Killer Among the Korean ‘Erased’
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BROADWAY; CHILLING 'CARRIE' IN VENGEFUL RETURN - AS A MUSICAL
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Iran Shielding Its Nuclear Efforts in Maze of Tunnels
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HISTORIC DUEL RECALLED.; Affidavit Recounts the McIntosh-Gwinnett Encounter in 1777.
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Defining Bullying Down
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Hilda Simms, Actress, Dies at 75; Broadway Star of 'Anna Lucasta'
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The Listings: Sept. 2 -- Sept. 8
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Art in Review
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Michael Avedon Follows in His Grandfather’s Footsteps
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ART REVIEW; Two Nods to Feminism, Long Snubbed by Curators
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Martin Lings, a Sufi Writer on Islamic Ideas, Dies at 96
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New York Today: King of the Subway
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Tried For High Treason - A celebrated incident of the Fugitive Slave Law. Citizens of Lancaster County, Penn., will celebrate an event which has become historical
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Jake Gyllenhaal to Star in Concert Production of ‘Sunday in the Park With George’
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Senior U.S. Official Describes 2-Day Visit to Syria
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If You're Thinking of Living In/Great Neck; Great Site for Schools, Parks and Trains
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Michele Leonhart, Head of D.E.A., to Retire Over Handling of Sex Scandal
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Portugal to Nominate Antonio Guterres as UN Chief
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‘Gold Fame Citrus,’ by Claire Vaye Watkins
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A Tower Clock in Danger of Losing Its Purpose
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Faith-Based Publishing
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Dr. Rollin D. Hotchkiss, 93, Is Dead; Did Early Research in Genetics
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PRO BASKETBALL; Celtics' Lewis Dies After Collapsing in a Gym
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Editing Wikipedia Pages for Med School Credit - NYTimes.com
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Corrections - September 12, 2013
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THEATER;Cancer, Medicine, Comedy
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The 10 Best Books of 2015
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Flight 93 Memorial Effort Gains Over 900 acres
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The Premier League Standings if Only Goals by English Players Counted
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Con Ed Admits to Conspiracy To Cover Up Asbestos in Blast
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In Ferry Deaths, a South Korean Tycoon’s Downfall
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On Its Last Wheels, No. 9 Line Is Vanishing on Signs
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Michael Cimino, Director of ‘The Deer Hunter’ and ‘Heaven’s Gate,’ Dies at 77
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The Naderites of the Other Side
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PBS ‘Frontline’ Looks Inside a Notoriously Closed Country
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Trump Vows to Stop Immigration From Nations 'Compromised' by Terrorism. How Could It Work?
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Hush-A-Phone Hits Back at A.T.&T.: Corporation Files Answer to F.C.C.'s Decision Sustaining Prohibition of Device
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Romania Sweeps as Controversy Swirls
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Rochelle Feinstein: ‘Love Vibe’
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New Math for Retirees and the 4% Withdrawal Rule
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Chronicling Anti-Sikh Violence, and Now a Victim
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Think Your Obamacare Plan Will Be Like Employer Coverage? Think Again
1
The Green Power Broker
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At 94, She’s the Hot New Thing in Painting
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The Studio in Miniature - Art - Review
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Cyrus Vance Jr.'s 'Moneyball' Approach to Crime
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Sternberg Leaves Wall Street, and Rays Have Profited
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RICHARD E. BERLIN, EX-LEADER OF THE HEARST CORPORATION, 92
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L.P. Kramarsky, 95, Ex-Hadassah Chief, and Collector of Art
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Umbrella Coverage for Preventing Your Ruin
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Jill Kargman's Beauty Routine
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2008 Grammy Award Winners and Nominees
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Vice President Named By Bangladesh Leader
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Smart Guns, A Clever Bit Of Legislating
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With Cuomo, a Mayor With an Eye on Education
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From Russia, No Love
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West Virginia Republicans Back Gov. Arch Moore Jr. for 4th Term
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John Connally of Texas, a Power In 2 Political Parties, Dies at 76
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Coxswain Mary Whipple Stands Tall for U.S. Rowers
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Helen Wagner, Longtime Actress on ‘As the World Turns’, Dies at 91
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NEDERLANDER IS OFFERED HOTEL THEATER RIGHTS
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When Blacks and Jews Pull Together
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Record Number of Tourists Visited New York City in 2015, and More Are Expected This Year
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Court Papers Give Insight Into Stanford Sex Assault
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Undercover Scrap Operation Leads to Gotti Relative
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The Trauma of the Pink Shirt
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C.E. Warne dies; consumer leader
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Defiant Dixie Chicks Are Big Winners at the Grammys
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2 Die in Second Deadly Plane Crash in Nepal in a Week
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Guadalajara Journal; Where Blast Leveled the Streets, Fear Still Loiters
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Frank Finlay, 89, Is Dead; Was Iago to Olivier’s Othello
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Miguel Pinero, Whose Plays Dealt With Life in Prison, Is Dead at 41
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Armstrong, FM Inventor, Dies In Leap From East Side Suite
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At Housing Project, Both Fear and Renewal
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H. Joseph Gerber, 72, Inventor in Many Industries
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Moses Abramovitz, 88; Led U.S. Economic Association
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A Storyteller Finds Comfort in a Cloak of Anonymity
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KURT ENOCH, 86; PIONEER IN PAPERBACK PUBLISHING
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At the Vineyard Theater, Falling In and Out of Grace
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BASEBALL; Giants Make Investment: $43 Million in Bonds
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Julia Elizabeth Hayden, Writer On Staff of The New Yorker
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How Donald Trump Waffled on Abortion, Torture and a Muslim Ban
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At the Dancehall, Where Party Meets Performance
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Carmen Cusack Puts ‘Her Pain and Her Joy’ Into a Leading Broadway Role
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When Art and Science Collide, a Dorkbot Meeting Begins
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Marcel Ophuls on Barbie: Reopening Wounds of War
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Topics; Updates; Playing Games; [Editorial]
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A Fever Dream From the '50s, Abridged
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Review/Television; In Which an Unhappy Wife Is Unhappier as a Concubine
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Letter of Recommendation: Uzbek
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Gift Ideas for an Outdoor Summer Feast
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Cadillac, Ford, Nissan and Lutz Win Design Awards
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WEDDINGS/CELEBRATIONS; Madge Nimocks, David Briggs
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Otto kleppner
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REVISIONS; Fashion's Contradiction: Woman as Object or as Doer
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Kayakers Win Battle To Open Falls For a Plunge: [National Desk]
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Simeon Golar, Who Fought for Public Housing, Dies at 84
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COMPANY NEWS; American Express Deal for Thomas Cook Is Seen
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Les Blank, Documentary Filmmaker, Dies at 77
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Final Biker Is Sentenced in Assault on S.U.V. Driver
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Armstrong Suit Over FM Settled
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EX-NEW ENGLAND OFFICIAL INDICTED ON COUNT OF ATTEMPTED EXTORTION
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Jimmy Castor, Musician Who Mastered Many Genres, Dies at 71
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Movie Review - The Sailor Who Fell From Grace With the Sea - 'Sailor Who Fell,' a Film After Mishima
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The Economy Is Rigged, and Other Presidential Campaign Myths
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Rand Paul and Rick Santorum Pull Out of G.O.P. Nomination Race
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THE SUPREME COURT: SENTENCING;Court Upholds Sentence in King Case
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A Web Site So Hip It Gets Laddies to Watch the Ads
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Police Kill 6 Protesters in Syria
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Review: ‘The Good Wife’ Ends With No Easy Answers
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Some New Art From ‘Calvin and Hobbes’ Creator
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ART: FROM JAY COOGAN, SCULPTURAL PERSONALITIES
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Adam, She’s Ms. Madam
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Al Franken, Seriously
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THEATER REVIEW; Veils or No Veils, Whatever She Wants She Gets
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A Toehold in Paris
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Looking Back at 2015 in Book Publishing
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Yale's Large Score
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Yale, 27; Penn State, 0
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Zika Virus a Global Health Emergency, W.H.O. Says
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WHEN BRITISH JUSTICE FAILED
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Indonesia Approves Castration for Sex Offenders Who Prey on Children
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MacArthur 'Genius Grant' Winners for 2015 Are Announced
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DATA ON AIDS DRUG CALLED MISLEADING
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‘Vaclav & Lena’ by Haley Tanner - Book Review
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ART REVIEW; The Streets of a Crumbling El Dorado, Paved With Poetry and Desire
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Liberal Chinese Journal’s Purged Editors Declare Publication Dissolved
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Merkel, With Putin at Her Side, Criticizes Russia
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Rev. Sun Myung Moon, Self-Proclaimed Messiah Who Built Religious Movement, Dies at 92
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Subway Path Boarded Shut After a Rape
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Surge in Ridership Pushes New York Subway to Limit
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Remnants of Iraq Air Force Are Found
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Jean MacArthur, General's Widow, Dies at 101
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Alphonse Chapanis, a Founder of Ergonomics, Dies at 85
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The Moral Injury
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Cadillac ATS and Ram 1500 Win North American Car and Truck of the Year
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Ex-Senator Shirley Huntley Recorded Elected Officials
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FIGURE SKATING; Chinese Skater Glides to World Title as Bobek Falls to the Bronze
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Glasses Make the Nerd
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More Join Challenge to Library Over Blocking of Internet Sites
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Crosswords Seemingly Copied From The New York Times Questioned
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My Secret Life
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‘Free Men,’ by Katy Simpson Smith
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THEATER REVIEW; Major Chaos In the World Of the Oddly Named
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M.I.A.’s Agitprop Pop
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Which Videos Are Protected? Lawmakers Get a Lesson
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Comedy Listings for July 29-Aug. 4
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Korean Symphony at Carnegie, Brahms via Seoul
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Art Museum In Texas Gets Trove Of 700 Works
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Wright Aide's Past Shocks Capitol
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The Way We Live Now: 10-14-01: Phenomenon; The Politics Of Love
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I. R. T. TO SKIP STOPS; Broadway Line to Speed Its Service in Rush Hours
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FREE RIDE OPENS ROCKAWAYS LINE; Fete Marks Longest Single Extension of Rapid Transit in History of the City Commissioner's Children Help Mayor Arrives Late
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Retired Pope’s Endorsement of Mexican Shoes Tops All Others
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TRAINS TELESCOPED IN A SUBWAY CRASH; Policeman Badly Injured at 207th Street, While Motorman Leaps to Safety. A DOZEN PASSENGERS HURT But None Goes to Hospital After the Smash ;- Hedley Says Men Are Nervous. TRAINS TELESCOPED IN A SUBWAY CRASH
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H.I.V. Tests Up 60% Since the Disclosure From Magic Johnson
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Round 2 for Biotech Beets
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Shutdown or Less Service? M.T.A. Weighs 2 Options for L Train Project
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Success of ‘An Ember in the Ashes’ Leads Publisher to a Sequel
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Review: ''Suddenly, Last Summer''
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MORE HOTELS FOR BOWMAN.; Buys Griswold, New London, and Belleview, Bellealr, Fla.
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Shuang Wen, N.Y. English-Mandarin School, Is in Turmoil
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John J. McMullen Dies at 87; Ex-Owner of Devils and Astros.
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Protesters Are in Agreement as Well: Pact Is Too Weak
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Hacking Linked to China Exposes Millions of U.S. Workers
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Crossland Is Seized By the U.S.
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Zoning Change Opposed For Tower at Bonwit Site
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What’s on TV Friday
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Bien Cuit Offers a Seasonal Danish
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The Good Old Days of the Gold Standard? Not Really, Historians Say
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Rev. Robert Cook, Author, Dies at 78; Led King's College
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Fritz Eichenberg, A Book Illustrator And Educator, 89
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Ben Cutler, 96, Whose Bands Entertained the Society Set
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Obama to Pick Defense Aide for Energy Post
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Dr. Esther Byrnes, a Science Teacher; Tutor of Princesses of Royal Family in Japan in 1926-27 Dies
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Paul Smith, Jazz Pianist, Is Dead at 91
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For Richer or for ... Not Quite as Rich
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Divers Get $60,000 from ''Washington Irving''; To Speed Removal of Liner, Now Over Tunnel
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Forrest E. Mars Jr., Scion of a Candy Empire, Dies at 84
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WYLER IS DEAD AT 79; DIRECTOR HAD WON 3 ACADEMY AWARDS
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Review: ‘Darling,’ a Horror Outing
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Europe’s Anti-Semitism Comes Out of the Shadows
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Mustafa Amin, Liberal Editor Jailed by Nasser, Dies at 83
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Review: Jonathan Lee’s ‘High Dive’ Revisits a Plot to Kill Margaret Thatcher
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A Terrific Explosion. - Destruction of the Ada Hancock at San Pedro, Cal.
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Man With Artificial Heart Dies 5 Months After Implant
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U.S. Universities Rush to Set Up Outposts Abroad
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Orson Welles's Last Film May Finally Be Released
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Nyerere and Tanzania: No Regrets at Socialism
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One Room Configured 24 Ways
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Qatar Finds U.S. Couple Guilty in Daughter’s Death
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Fashion Week: Collections From Carolina Herrera, Caroline Seikaly, Diane Von Furstenberg, Maria Cornejo, Thakoon and Zac Posen
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Philip Crosby, 75, Developer Of the Zero-Defects Concept
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IN RUMANIA, 'PLOTS' AND HARD TIMES
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Sifting Through Genes in Search of Answers on Ebola
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Feniosky Peña-Mora, Columbia Engineering Dean, Steps Down
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To Keep Tesla’s Flame Bright, Fans Return to His Workshop
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COLLEGE APOLOGIZES TO PROFESSOR FOR 1954 DISMISSAL
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Pacific Northwest Ballet Presents ‘Debonair’
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Deaths: FORREST, RICHARD STOCKTON
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Venezuelans Give Chavez All the Powers He Wanted
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Sean Parker Seeks a New Approach to Charity
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When Youth Violence Spurred ‘Superpredator’ Fear
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Donna Karan Steps Down, in Major Shift for Fashion
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With a Boom in the Desert Over, Transplants Are Feeling Stranded
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Dexter M. Keezer Is Dead at 95; Economist Gauged U.S. Outlook
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F.B.I. Treating San Bernardino Attack as Terrorism Case
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The V838 Monocerotis Star Still Has Astronomers’ Heads Exploding
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Review: ‘The Pack’ Pits a Family Against Vicious Wild Dogs
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SPY FOR CHINA FOUND SUFFOCATED IN PRISON, APPARENTLY A SUICIDE
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Online Talk, Suicides and a Thorny Court Case
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Cruising with the King of Rock 'n' Roll
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New Models Lead At Business Show: Improvements of Office Devices Featured in Exhibits of 100 Producers Attendance 'Gratifying' But Effect of Decline in Stocks Is Detected at Some Booths in Lower Sales Security Law Devices Attract Types in Reverse
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An Animated Film Is Created Through Internet Consensus
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COMPANY NEWS; General Magic Stock Surges on First Trading Day
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Taking the responsibility to protect
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After the Census, Hard Questions: Adjust the Count? How? When?
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Sheryl Sandberg's 'Lean In'
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Stitches, the Transgressive Rapper, Plays Amityville
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Twain's Farewell to Vienna
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F.D.A. Easing Ban on Gays, to Let Some Give Blood
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FRANK W. WHEELER; Official of A. & P. Tea Company, a Lecturer at Harvard, Dies
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In Honduras, Going From Door to Door to Prosecutors
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Janet Jackson Adopts a New Attitude: Concern
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A REPORTER'S NOTEBOOK: GOVERNORS AND SEAT BELTS
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Sabyasachi a melting pot for fashion in India - The New York Times
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Review: At 53, an Effortless Return to Dance ‘Romeo and Juliet’
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Can Kristen Wiig Turn on the Charm?
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ZUCKER NAMED HEAD OF FILM GROUP HERE
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The Mysterious Persistence of the Cronut
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Wielding a Classy Chassis, Knocking on BMW’s Door
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Keep the Briefs Brief, Literary Justices Advise
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Gymnast Moceanu Gets Order of Protection Against Father
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Bill Manbo’s Images of Japanese-Americans in Detention
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THEATER; You Saw The Show, Now Read The E-Mail
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Coney Bus Fare Protested
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D.A. Still Looking Into Everett Abuse Case
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In the Land of the Weird, Standing Out Takes a Little Work
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Struggling Artists in London, 21st-Century Style
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In Emergencies, Companies Are Turning to Employee-Tracking Services
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IN DEATH, ZHOU ENLAI IS STILL BELOVED (BUT A PUZZLE)
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Iran Negotiations Add to Special Envoy’s Reputation as ‘a Doer’
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Netanyahu, Saying Palestinian Mufti Inspired Holocaust, Draws Broad Criticism
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Wrapped in Song and Spectacle, Janet Jackson Plays the Garden
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A Gift to New York, in Time for the Pope
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Public Lives
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Another Son of Sri Lanka’s Former Leader Is Arrested
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Jubilant Marchers at Gay Pride Parades Celebrate Supreme Court Ruling
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Amateur Shakes Up Ideas on Recipe for Life
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‘Why the Right Went Wrong’ and ‘Too Dumb to Fail’
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Vernon Bellecourt, Who Protested the Use of Indian Mascots, Dies at 75
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Few People Lost Jobs With V.A. in Scandal
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Cuba Again Arrests Artist Seeking Dissidents’ Release
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The Man Who Would Make the World a Prettier Place
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High Court in Serbia Clears Way For a Challenge to the President
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High-Speed Rail Investment Should Focus on Acela
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Myanmar Releases Dozens of Student Activists From Jail
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43 Premieres for One Work
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Gloria Steinem Brings Feminism to Viceland
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80 NAMED AS RECIPIENTS OF ELLIS ISLAND AWARDS
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Cabaret: Tom Petty's Pop Punk Rock Evokes Sounds of 60s
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Monuments From the Future
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Madonna Wears Clothes
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The Imperiled Bloggers of Bangladesh
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CITY OPENS SUBWAY TO BROOKLYN TODAY; Regular Express Service on the Extension of Independent Line Starts at 6:05 A.M. 3 LARGE STATIONS ADDED Fast Trains to Make Run From 207th St. to Borough Hall in 37 Minutes. 43 MORE MEN ON JOBS Officials Look for Rise in income as Financial District Is Brought Into New Route.
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Popularity of a Hallucinogen May Thwart Its Medical Uses
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'Air America' Movie Doesn't Say U.S. Fought for Drugs in Laos
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Identity Stolen? Take a Number
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Naming a New York Building
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Mexico City Journal: Pummeling the Powerful, With Comedy as Cudgel
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Video Game Meets History, and France Rebels Again
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My Fair Lady - Review - Theater
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Plan to Turn Sony Building Into Luxury Apartments Is Abandoned
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Clinton Offers Economic Plan Focused on Jobs
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In Josh Fox’s Feature Film Debut, Revelers on Holiday Wake Up in a War Zone
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Review of Gains Made in Science During Year
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R. L. Burnside, 78, Master of Raw Mississippi Blues, Dies
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THE MEDIA BUSINESS;Radio Broadcasters Shift Stations in 2 Deals
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Weddings/Celebrations; Sarah Dunn, Peter Stevenson
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There's One Born Every Minute
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SUBWAY TRAINS RUNNING FROM BRONX TO BATTERY; West Farms and South Ferry Stations Open at Midnight. START WITHOUT A HITCH Bowling Green Station Also Opened -- Lenox Avenue Locals Take City Hall Loop Hereafter.
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ART IN REVIEW; Marguerite Zorach -- A Life in Art
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Afghanistan Defends Expulsion of a Times Reporter
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Dance Has Africans Shaking Behinds, and Heads
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Rape Worn Not on a Sleeve, but Right Over the Heart
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TINA LESER, A DESIGNER, DIES; HEADED SPORTSWEAR CONCERN
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Goodbye, Password. Banks Opt to Scan Fingers and Faces Instead.
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Golden Rice: Lifesaver?
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Newsmax, a Compass for Conservative Politics
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Herbert S. Zim Is Dead at 85; Wrote Children's Science Books
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MAYOR DRIVES TRAIN IN NEW SUBWAY LINK; THE MAYOR BECOMES A MOTORMAN.
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Book Review - The Quickening - By Michelle Hoover
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ISRAEL CLEARS CAMP OF INMATES
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Dave Duerson’s Family Says ‘Concussion’ Film Smears Him
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Guido Westerwelle Dies at 54; German Foreign Minister Opposed Libya Incursion
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Russia Is Ousted From Group of 8 by U.S. and Allies
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Astronomers Trace Crab Nebula To Mighty Explosion of a Star
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Inquiry into Sinking of River Liner Ends
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Rescue Effort in East Harlem Yields Only More Victims
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Donald Jelinek, Lawyer for Attica Prisoners, Dies at 82
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DREXEL'S TIES TO PACIFIC ASSET
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Nets Move to Brooklyn With Legitimacy in Sight
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Arnaud de Borchgrave, Journalist Whose Life Was a Tale Itself, Dies at 88
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Bombing of Doctors Without Borders Hospital in Yemen Kills at Least 15
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Bissell Theatre Party; Mrs. Sanford Bissell Entertains for Her Debutante Daughter, Miss Doris
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Arizona Suspect's Recent Acts Offer Hints of Alienation
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Nina Simone’s Time Is Now, Again
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India's Vultures Fall Prey to a Drug in the Cattle They Feed On
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A Look at America’s Long and Troubled History of White Poverty
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Turkey Feels Sway of Fethullah Gulen, a Reclusive Cleric
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A Strike Against Student Debt
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The President Elect of Brown University
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Battleship Illinois's Gift — Handsome Silver Service Presented by Senator Mason in Behalf of the People of Illinois
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Former Dallas Museum Director to Join African-American Art Foundation
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FIGURE SKATING; Ukraine's Rising Star Sets Worlds Ablaze
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In Osama bin Laden Library: Illuminati and Bob Woodward
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Prof. Alcee Fortier's Scholarly History in Artistic Settings
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North Carolinians Fear the End of a Middle Way
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Bundesbank Chief Resigns Amid Scandal
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Museum of Chinese in America Reopens, Designed by Maya Lin
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How Gretchen Carlson Took On the Chief of Fox News
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Uber Drivers in New York City Protest Fare Cuts
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Review: ‘She Loves Me’ Is a Daydream of the Ordinary
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The Flussbad Plan in Berlin Reimagines a Canal for the People
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16 Years After Death of 9 Teen-Agers, Rail Bridge Opens
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Transforming Daddy Issues Into Art
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Obama Calls for a New Era of Civility in U.S. Politics
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A revolution at 50; kenneth offit
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Dr. Lloyd back in Episcopal Church
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Forbidden Topic in Health Policy Debate: Cost Effectiveness
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MAN IN THE NEWS; U.N. ENTHUSIAST AT ASSEMBLY HELM: HUMAYAN RASHEED CHOUDHURY
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A Closer Reading of Roman Vishniac
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Ties to Chinese State Media Raise Questions in U.S. Election Campaign
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Supermodel Called to Testify at War Crimes Trial
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The Robotics Inventors Who Are Trying to Take the ‘Hard’ Out of Hardware
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Finding Takers for Lonely Leftovers in a Culinary Nook of the Sharing Economy
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'Lighthousekeeping': The Sea of Love
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Theatrical Notes
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U.S. Repatriates Moroccan From Guantánamo, and Approves a Kuwaiti’s Transfer
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The Days and Nights of Juleanna Weiss
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Jazz at Lincoln Center to Expand With Club in Qatar
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Mervyn LeRoy, 86, Dies; Director and Producer
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Leaving the Wild, and Rather Liking the Change
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Schmertz, Mobil's Warrior, Said to Plan Own Business
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The Boxing Ring As a Parable On Manhood
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Lessons in Iceman's Prehistoric Medicine Kit
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Many Just Say Neigh to ‘Blue Mustang’ at Denver Airport
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Has History Been Too Generous to Gutenberg?
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Muslim Lycée Opens in Secular France, Raising Eyebrows
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Osmond K. Fraenkel Dies at 94 - Former Counsel to the A.C.L.U.
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COMPANY NEWS; CENTURY TELEPHONE TO SELL ALASKA OPERATIONS
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On YouTube Channels, Whiff of TV Grows Stronger
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Persian Calligraphy, Pouran Jinchi, Opens a Door to Modern Art
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Elation in Harlem as Girl Held in Terror Inquiry Is Released
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Supreme Court Strikes Down Texas Law Banning Sodomy
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Steven Vogel, Biologist Who Studied How Things Move, Dies at 75
1
What Hillary Clinton’s Emails Really Reveal
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‘A Chinese Threat to Afghan Buddhas’
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Chemists Make Molecule With Hint of Life
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Health Bill for 9/11 Workers Is Passed by Congress
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U.N. Team to Visit Site of Massacre in South Sudan
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On the Trail of Chelsea Clinton’s Wedding
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Latest Advances to Tennis Racket Put New Spin on the Game
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A Tribute to Lieut. Edward Lea
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A Symbol of Hope for Haiti, a Landmark Again Stands Tall
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Martin Shkreli’s Arrest Fuels Debate Over $1 Million Donation
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Video-Game Wars: Fighting It Out Off-Screen
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Bess Myerson, New Yorker of Beauty, Wit, Service and Scandal, Dies at 90
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Tannen’s Magic Camp Is the Subject of a New Documentary
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Twenty Grand: And Other Tales of Love and Money - Rebecca Curtis - Books - Review
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Maria Owings Shriver Wed To Arnold Schwarzenegger
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Mike Murphy, Giants’ Equipment Manager, Now Has Title to Tend To
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Voters, in a First, Shut Down Nuclear Reactor
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CRITIC'S NOTEBOOK; Departure Turns Youthful Rhapsody Bittersweet
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Archrival Is Freed as Ukraine Leader Flees
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Death of Admiral's Son Explained by Coroner
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Bafflement at Yonkers Official's Death
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2 Die as Army Plane Hits Lick Observatory, Damaging Offices and Destroying Records
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North Korea Exports Forced Laborers for Profit, Rights Groups Say
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Beijing Calls U.S. Warship’s Route in South China Sea a ‘Provocation’
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Barbara Christian, 56, Leader In Modern Literary Feminism
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Bonwit Stores To Be Sold
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BOOK SAYS LINDBERGH REPORTED ON GERMANS
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Paying Tribute to Thomas Stanley and His ‘Millionaire Next Door’
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SCIENTIST AT WORK: Benjamin S. Carson; For Many, Pediatric Neurosurgeon Is a Folk Hero
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Review: ‘Drunk Shakespeare,’ Where the Tipsy and the Sober Take Liberties
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P. G. Gebhard, 69, Developer Of the Term 'Informed Consent' - New York Times
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ARCHITECTURE VIEW; At 17 State Street, High Tech Passes Into the Vernacular
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Google’s Street View Takes Armchair Climbers Up El Capitan
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Charles Isherwood’s Best Theater of 2014: ‘Father Comes Home From the Wars’ and More
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Candles May Have Caused Fire That Gutted Serbian Church, Officials Say
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For Madeleine Kamman, A Gentler Simmer
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Diller Takes the Prize for Highest Paid
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Dear Investor: We’re Stumped
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MUSIC: DEBUTS IN REVIEW; TWO PIANISTS, A VIOLINIST AND A CELLIST IN RECITALS
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Irena Sendler, Lifeline to Young Jews, Is Dead at 98
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James F. Crow, Population Genetics Pioneer, Dies at 95
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Elizabeth Gilbert’s ‘Signature of All Things’
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CURRENTS: INSTALLATION; Mr. and Mrs. Magritte, Living Large in Miami
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On This Day: October 23
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Using Hands-Free Devices to Chat and Drive
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Uncovering a Tale of Rocket Science, Race and the ’60s
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Back to Tennessee Williams's Surreal Road
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Singer’s Apology for Waving Taiwan Flag Stirs Backlash of Its Own
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Nematode found in mine is first subsurface multicellular organism
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The Pen Is Mightier Than the Lock
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U.S. to Withdraw All Combat Forces From Saudi Arabia
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The Great White Hope
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Sir Willie Morris, A Diplomat
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Dr. Edward Reich Dies at 80 - Official of Consumers Union - NYTimes.com
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TWO SUBWAY UNITS OPEN AT MIDNIGHT; Links in City-Owned System in Queens and Brooklyn to Have 15 Stations. TRAINS TESTED ON ROUTES Full Staffs Operate Them on Schedule Minus Passengers -- Celebrations Planned.
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New DVDs
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Citing Climate Change, Obama Rejects Construction of Keystone XL Oil Pipeline
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Elliot Ackerman’s ‘Green on Blue’
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Supreme Court Ruling Makes Same-Sex Marriage a Right Nationwide
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Explaining Differences in Twins - New York Times
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John McCain Denounces Donald Trump’s Comments on Family of Muslim Soldier
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What divides Berlin now?
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When He Talks Hats, Basic Black is Only the Beginning
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Political Consultants and Strategists - Presidential Election of 2008 - John McCain - Terry Nelson
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Brazilians Speak Portuguese, but the Olympics Must Use French
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Why The Bronx?
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Thomas Williams Is Dead at 63; A Novelist and English Professor
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Shopping Events and Sales Happening This Week in New York
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LESBIAN ORDAINED EPISCOPAL PRIEST
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Gretchen Carlson, Former Fox Anchor, Speaks Publicly About Sexual Harassment Lawsuit
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TELEVISION IN REVIEW; A HIT ARRIVES; ' Johnny Jupiter,' a Satire on Our Ways and Customs, New Video Fare on Channel 5
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Ladislav Hecht, 94, a Tactician On the Tennis Courts in the 30's
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What to Do This Weekend
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Burning Books in New Mexico (photo, caption, cutline)
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Ballet Across America at Kennedy Center
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‘John Gabriel Borkman’ at BAM - Review
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After Frida
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Michigan Revives Plan for Highway to Skirt Detroit
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The Russians Love Their Children, Too
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Curator Puts Contemporary African Art on the Map
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Prosper Marketplace Raises $165 Million in Latest Funding Round
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Truthiness Stages a Comeback
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With Champagne and Burgundy
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Oklahoma’s Unabashed Attack on Abortion
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British Victory at Sea
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New York’s Air Is Cleanest in 50 Years, Survey Finds
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India's 'Guru Busters' Debunk All That's Mystical
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Not Even Catharsis Is Seen in Senate Vote to Repeal Health Law
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Stephanie Cutter
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52 Places to Go in 2016
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COMPANY NEWS; Penn Central Bid For GK Approved
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Macrovision Agrees to Buy Gemstar-TV Guide for $2.8 Billion in Stock and Cash
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COLUMN ONE: TRANSPORT; A Subway Advance and a Cabby Protest
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TRUMP BUILDING THE GENERALS IN HIS OWN STYLE
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Wave Hill Puts Spotlight on Art to Celebrate Its Gardens and Lure Visitors
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Secret Ledger in Ukraine Lists Cash for Donald Trump’s Campaign Chief
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Fracture - Movie - Review
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The Orphans of Invention
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Yemen Peace Effort Falters as Houthis Refuse to Attend Talks
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Playlist, Jon Caramanica, Bucky Covington
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David Lett, Oregon Wine Pioneer, Dies at 69
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Why the Keepers of Oneida Don't Care to Share the Table
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National Design Awards Announced
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3d VICTIM DIES IN AN EXPLOSION OF A STEAM PIPE
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Jorge Ramos's Long Game
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Claude Nougaro, French Singer, Is Dead at 74
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Harold Pinter – Sleuth
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Valeant’s Drug Price Strategy Enriches It, but Infuriates Patients and Lawmakers
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Elizabeth Strout's ‘My Name Is Lucy Barton’
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The Region; Tales From Elsewhere: Entering the New Era Of Municipal Rule
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The Listings: May 13-May 19; ROB FISHER
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Sri Lanka's Violent Buddhists
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‘The Moors’ at Yale Rep: Flights of Fancy and Tales of Deceit
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Theater; Beyond a Black-and-White Lincoln
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De Blasio to Announce 10-Year Deadline to Offer Computer Science to All Students
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Apple No Longer Immune to China’s Scrutiny of U.S. Tech Firms
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The Ant Queen Is Dead. Let the Battles Begin
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Ground Zero Arts Center to Shrink Further
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DEADLY TURNING POINT: A special report.;AIDS Epidemic, Late to Arrive, Now Explodes in Populous Asia - Page 7 - New York Times
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Leslie George Katz, 78, Founder of Eakins Press
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Arnold Black, 77, Violinist and Versatile Composer
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Paid Notice: Deaths - STERNBERG, BEVERLY
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Full Report of the Litvinenko Inquiry
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Nude Window Display at Chair and the Maiden Turns Heads
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Baker's Middle East Phone
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Wallace Ross Dies at 52; Led Ad Association Here
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Maya Angelou's Harlem Home for Sale
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Study Shows College Degree's Value During Economic Downturn
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White House Affirms Deal on Drug Cost
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PASIDOMO DISCUSSES NEW ALBANY POST
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Jacqueline du Pre, Noted Cellist, Is Dead at 42
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With Website to Research Colleges, Obama Abandons Ranking System
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Theater: 'Dress Suits'
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Sorry, Einstein. Quantum Study Suggests ‘Spooky Action’ Is Real.
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'Rabbit Redux'
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Fighting for Economic Equality
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Aafia Siddiqui Guilty of Shooting at Americans in Afghanistan
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Barred From Baseball: Pete Rose Is Most Famous, but He Is Far From Alone
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Pauline On My Mind
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The Aftertaste of Goulash Communism
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A Home in Florida That Nobody Seems to Want
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IS Destruction of Ancient Syrian Temple Erases Rich History
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NEWS AND NOTES OF THE ART WORLD
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Bernard Geis, Celebrity Publisher, Dies at 91
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Mira Nair on ‘The Reluctant Fundamentalist’
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A Winter Break Is Now the Longest Season
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Franz Weissmann, Leading Brazilian Sculptor, Dies at 93
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In Alamo Deal, Republic Puts More Money On Used Cars
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C.I.A. Leaves Pakistan Base Used for Drone Strikes
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Sophie Turner on ‘Game of Thrones,’ Sansa’s Evolution and Learning From Controversy
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Alfonso López Michelsen Dies at 94; Led Colombia in Unstable 1970s
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A Night at ‘Al’s Grand Hotel,’ at the Frieze Art Fair
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Bill Cheng’s Novel is ‘Southern Cross the Dog’
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Review: A Powerful Opera of Eastern and Western Allure
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Agent Orange's Long Legacy, for Vietnam and Veterans
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After 60 Years, B-52s Still Dominate U.S. Fleet
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Michelle Ellsworth and Jeremy Wade at American Realness
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Review: Michelle Ellsworth’s Provocative Protocols
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6 Are Killed as 8-Hour Siege By Gang Ends in California
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Pleasant Ridge Journal; The Freeway It Took A Generation to Build
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Delaware Bridge Opens May 1
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OFFICIAL CALLS IN PRESS AND KILLS HIMSELF
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Amber Gray on ‘An Octoroon,’ at Soho Rep
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Nigeria's Boko Haram Kills 49 in Suicide Bombings
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Where Kipling Reared Mowgli (in Vermont)
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Naomi Campbell: Model, Citizen
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Rowland B. Wilson, 74, Creator of Wry Cartoons, Is Dead
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Michael Phelps's 13th Individual Gold Breaks an Ancient Record
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‘Anri Sala: Answer Me’ Offers Symphonic Experience From Floor to Floor
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Brutalism, Family Style
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Rediscovering New York as It Used to Be
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Nesto (sic) Slipher, 93, Astronomer, Dies
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Deflation Experiments Show Patriots May Have a Point After All
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WEDDINGS;Barbara Newell, Ernest Kolowrat
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In Antarctica, the Thrill of Research Outweighs the Isolation
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Habitats/45 Sutton Place South; Penthouse With a Terrace Beats a Weekend Home
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DIPLOMATIC MEMO; Europe Still Likes Obama, But Doubts Creep In
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George Livanos, 70, a Giant In Greek Shipping Business
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‘Bill Cunningham New York,’ Fashion Photographer - Review
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Crazy Pills
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‘Mr. Burns, a Post-Electric Play,’ at Playwrights Horizons
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What Hamas Wants
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Pentagon Report on Fort Hood Details Failures
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Mount Wilson Films 200 "Hottest Stars"; 100,000,000–Mile Gas Layers About Them
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Compromise in Arizona Defers a Solar Power Fight
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Vows Features Christie Love and J. Lee Hill Jr.
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Israeli Troops Battle Shiite Forces And Destroy Village in Lebanon
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Display Ad 135
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Diane von Furstenberg and Her Wrap Dress Reach a Milestone
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Greek Letters at a Price
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'Amigos' Brings Hispanic Culture to TV
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What Kind of Defense in the Atomic Age?: The difficult search goes on for a magic key to the riddle of security in this era of technological change and world uncertainty. Defense in the Atomic Age
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New York’s Outdated Knife Law
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The Voice of Dora the Explorer, Fátima Ptacek, Is a Busy Teenager - The New York Times
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Roland Emmerich’s ‘Stonewall’ Finds Controversy
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Read My Book? Tour My House
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Postings: 70 Units in Stamford; 'Mutual Housing' Complex
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Trump Tower Climber Now Faces Charges
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Ageless and Defiant, AC/DC Stays on Top Without Going Digital
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Culture Is Destiny
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Urban Fiction Makes Its Way From Streets to Libraries
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Technology; The Computer Entering Home
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Long Silent, Oldest Profession Gets Vocal and Organized
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ART IN REVIEW; Ellen Berkenblit
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2 Million Blacks Not Counted, Head of Census Panel Asserts
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Student Debt Is Worse Than You Think
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Newspaper Circulation Continues to Decline Rapidly
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Our Decrepit Food Factories
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Art Installations Find Fertile Ground in Science Centers
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‘Feast’ Revisits Babylon, With Interactive Whoopee Cushions
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GOODYEAR BUYS OUT GOLDSMITH
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Science; A Closer Look at the Cosmos
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Sahabzada Yaqub Khan, Pakistani Diplomat, Dies at 95
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Review: In ‘Where You Go Is Not Who You’ll Be,’ Frank Bruni Examines College Admissions Mania
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'CRUEL CAMERA,' ABOUT ANIMAL ABUSE
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ART IN REVIEW; Judith Scott -- 'Cocoon'
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For Supermodel With a Temper, No Charges
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New York City Consumer Agency Investigating Four For-Profit Colleges
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Utah Girl, 15, Is Found Alive 9 Months After Kidnapping
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CKE Restaurants, Parent of Carl's Jr., Buying Hardee's
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'Anna of All the Russias'
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In Youth’s Death, Some See a Montana Law Gone Wrong
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Vinyl LP Frenzy Brings Record-Pressing Machines Back to Life
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FastWeb founder turns his attention to Internet television and video-on-demand
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With Obama Visit to Cuba, Old Battle Lines Fade
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After 213 Years, A.M.E. Church Elects First Woman as a Bishop
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Greater Ditmas Park Or West Midwood?
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Orange in Talks to Acquire Bouygues Telecom
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MARGARET OAKLEY DAYHOFF, 57; EXPERT ON PROTEIN STRUCTURES
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John King Jr., New York State’s Education Chief, to Leave Many Policy Wars Behind
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The Tonys - Critics' Picks
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Bank Leader In Germany Jeopardized By Hotel Tab
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Caleb Carr: Rebuilding the Past in Words and Wood
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Donald Trump's Appeal to Russia Shocks Foreign Policy Experts
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‘Rust: The Longest War,’ by Jonathan Waldman
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THE SEOUL OLYMPICS; Athletes Doubt Drug Use Will Diminish
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Wikipedia’s Sexism Toward Female Novelists
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Review: In 'Daddy Long Legs,' an Orphan With a Mysterious Benefactor
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Florence King, Writer Who Wielded an Acerbic Wit, Dies at 80
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Harold Pinter, Playwright of the Anxious Pause, Dies at 78
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Exploring Algae as Fuel
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Robert Curvin, Scholar Who Fought Bias and Poverty in Newark, Dies at 81
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Many What-If;s in Donald Trump’s Plan for Migrants
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A Letter From G.O.P. National Security Officials Opposing Donald Trump
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