President Trump, in a series of denunciations of CNN and a video depicting him wrestling it, is ?trying to bully us,? said its president, Jeffrey Zuc read more
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Some people think the pilot was imprisoned on Japanese territory after a crash-landing. An old photograph could give that theory new life. read more
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?We have to change our editing system to accommodate the changes in journalism,? said Mr. Baquet, The Times?s executive editor. read more
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The highly anticipated conversation poses risks for the president, who faces a web of investigations into his campaign?s possible links to Russia. read more
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The United States and South Korea test-fired missiles, while the American ambassador to the United Nations threatened tougher sanctions against the N read more
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The menu at Jean-Georges Vongerichten?s new vegetarian restaurant in the Flatiron district tries to impart ?plant-based intelligence.? read more
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Halting drugs is becoming increasingly difficult for the Coast Guard, which has operated with flat budgets even as its mission has expanded. read more
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Psychology only goes so far: It will take more than feelings to fix the persistent sluggishness in the U.S. and other advanced nations. read more
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In a city where most people live close together, in small spaces, hoarding is a problem that affects everyone ? and solving it isn?t that simple. read more
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Use of ibuprofen and other popular NSAIDs in endurance events may overtax the kidneys and hinder muscle repair, two new studies suggest. read more
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British and European courts have ruled that a hospital can turn off life support for Charlie Gard, an infant with a rare genetic disorder. read more
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A $100 million study on the benefits of moderate drinking is largely funded by the alcohol industry, and many of the scientists have industry ties. read more
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As the electric-car maker moves to expand its lineup, it said problems with battery manufacturing had held down sales of existing models this year. read more
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