The authorities are reviewing the deaths of 88 men between 1976 and 2000 to determine whether they should be classified as anti-gay hate crimes. read more
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A lawsuit claims Sanofi, Novo Nordisk and Eli Lilly raised prices at the expense of patients? health. read more
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The Times?s standards editor, Philip B. Corbett, invites readers to correct grammatical errors in recent New York Times articles. read more
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An 11-day celebration of puppet-related stage productions in Chicago, and shows elsewhere, have showed the possibilities of an art form. read more
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Congress shouldn?t stand by as the most powerful office in the world is reduced to a marketing scheme. read more
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Judge Gorsuch is reliably conservative in the mold of Antonin Scalia, who died last year, but is not known to be divisive. read more
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Federal rules intended to restrict golden parachutes limit what payments the bank is permitted to make to fired employees without approval. read more
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New York veterinarians are treating more and more of the animals sickened by ingesting someone?s marijuana. read more
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I remember being terrified. I sat across the aisle from my mom, who sat next to my sister. We all kept looking at the open door of the plane, for som read more
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More companies should allow unpaid leaves so workers can take stock of their career path, a Google employee argues. read more
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Zurich?s fourth district, a former red-light area next to the main railway station, brims with shops and cafes. read more
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