Given the level of angst with the direction of the party, there?s never been a better time to start something new. read more
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A century ago, the war to end war came to an end. At the same time, Russia endured a vicious civil war, and the flu killed more people than all the b read more
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The false warning on Jan. 13, which touched off panic and confusion, happened when an employee with a poor work record misinterpreted instructions, a read more
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The entrepreneur-turned-philanthropist and the best-selling author discuss their surprising bond, the challenge to improve the human condition and th read more
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A little-noticed provision in the tax law seeks to drive investment to parts of the country that are still waiting for the economic recovery to arriv read more
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For the first time since the global economic downturn, there is a wave of expansion that is creating jobs, lifting fortunes and tempering fears of po read more
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A stringent set of data protection rules will take effect in Europe in May. Facebook, Google and others are working overtime to be ready. read more
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Yzerman, Tampa Bay?s general manager, has shrewdly navigated plenty of turnover on his roster and built a team that is leading the N.H.L. this season read more
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Studies on saturated fats often failed to take into account what people ate in their place. read more
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Mr. Walker, who created ?Beetle Bailey? in 1950, had the longest tenure of any cartoonist on an original creation, according to the comic?s distribut read more
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The magazine?s Ethicist columnist on forming a relationship with the child you gave away and the practice of making marriage a reparation for rape. read more
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A take on a Flemish carbonnade, this stew is braised in Belgian ale, which cuts through the sweetness of the golden-brown onions. read more
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Shareholders sometimes bristle at rules enforced by co-op boards, but if a board oversteps or works against owner interests, there is little recourse read more
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