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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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TEST TRAINS RUNNING IN QUEENS SUBWAY; Switch and Signal Equipment of New Independent Line Is Being Checked.
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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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Roads Sealed as Yugoslav Unrest Mounts
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L Train Will Shut Down From Manhattan to Brooklyn in ’19 for 18 Months
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Counting All the DNA on Earth
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The New Subway Routes
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MORE LONG PLATFORMS; Five Subway Stations on IRT to Accommodate 10-Car Trains
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Britain Votes to Leave E.U., Stunning the World
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18-Month Renovation for Brooklyn Shuttle
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Science in Review: Research Work in Astronomy and Cancer Lead Year's List of Scientific Developments
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Profits - Dick Snyder's Ugly Word
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Driverless Auto Being Developed: Could Be Ready in 15 Years, Ohio Researcher Says
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Pop and Jazz Guide
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What's What in Automobile Bodies Officially Determined
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Washington Heights Journal; A Subway Passageway Just for the Courageous
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Prehistory’s Brilliant Future
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Scientists Find Form of Crispr Gene Editing With New Capabilities
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PENGUIN AGREES TO BUY NEW AMERICAN LIBRARY
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NEW QUEENS SUBWAY STIMULATING GROWTH; Work Now Under Way to Kew Gardens—Many Home Communities Well Populated.
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Plans Outlined to Upgrade Subway and Bus Systems
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Balsam Oil of Israelite Kings Found in Cave Near Dead Sea
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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
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The Crispr Quandary
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Rediscovering New York as It Used to Be
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THEY TURNED OLD MOVIES INTO A TIMELY FILM ABOUT NUCLEAR WAR
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Stephen Colbert Has America by the Ballots
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A Child's Paper Poses a Medical Challenge
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Review: Joyous Energy Fills ‘Anything Goes,’ at Gateway Playhouse
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Saks Settles With S.E.C. on Overpayments
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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.
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How 3 Broadway Novices Wrote 'Something Rotten!'
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Pixelated Stained Glass
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Bill Bixby, TV Actor, Dies at 59; Starred in 3 Long-Running Series
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Big Stars, Big Bucks and the Big Gamble
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My Dad, the Pornographer
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Janet Jackson Signs Lucrative Contract
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COMPANY NEWS; FRESH DEL MONTE TO BUY DEL MONTE FOODS EUROPE
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Guarding Morgan Mines: Burnham's Force also at Guggenheim Properties is report
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CHRONICLE
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Ridership on Queens Subways Down
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Microsoft vs. Netscape: The Border War Heats Up
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While My Guitar Gently Beeps
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Microchip Technology to Buy Atmel for Nearly $3.6 Billion
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Pentagon Plan: Buying Books to Keep Secrets
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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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Jail Influx Brings Plan For 2 Barges
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Anti-Religious Work by Twain, Long Withheld, to Be Published
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Howard Lotsof Dies at 66; Saw Drug Cure in a Plant
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--05-30
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In Brooklyn, It’s the Little Train That Can
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Coca Crystal, Avatar of Counterculture and Provocateur, Dies at 68
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Betty Furness, 78, TV Reporter And Consumer Advocate, Dies
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2 Communication Cables in the Mediterranean Are Cut
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Power to the People
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Accuser in Spy Case Accepts a Denial
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SUBWAY LINK AIDS REALTY ACTIVITYY; Broker Notes the Expansion of Housing Facilities in Queens District
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Albany Diocese Settled Abuse Case for Almost $1 Million
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With Radiohead, and Alone, the Sweet Malaise of Thom Yorke
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The New Republic Is for Sale Again
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Sampling American Pale Ales - NYTimes.com
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Will Not Send Roosevelt; Wilson Not to Avail Himself of Volunteer Authority at Present
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Protests Continue Abroad
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Move Over, Millennials, Here Comes Generation Z
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Influential Southeast Asia Scholar Benedict Anderson Dies
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NEW YORK DAY BY DAY; PATH Recalls Early Years
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James Alan McPherson, Pulitzer Prize-Winning Writer, Dies at 72
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Michigan Drops $69-Million Road
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Jeb Bush Bows Out of Campaign, Humbled and Outgunned
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Haiti Panel Recommends Throwing Out Results of Disputed Vote
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This Is Funny Only if You Know Unix
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--03-20
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Life Beyond the Subway Is Subject to Its Own Disruptions
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Media Companies Join to Extend the Brands of YouTube Stars
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The Executive Computer
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U.S. Gymnasts Take Back Seat in All-Around
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C. Caracciolo, 83, a Publisher and La Repubblica Founder, Is Dead
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England's American Scout
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FOREST HILLS IS ACTIVE; Renting Is Heaviest in Years There, Broker Reports
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160 Die in Crash of Airliner in Venezuela
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A Family Team Looks for James Bond’s Next Assignment
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A $1.8 Million Bid Wins 2 Empty Prison Barges
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Bringing Out the Absurdity of the News
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Celebrating Claire McCardell
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Berkeley Student Will Graduate With Bachelor of Arts in Magic
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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.
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WEDDINGS; Jayne Loader, Robert Kirshner
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Turbulence and Uncertainty for the Market After 'Brexit'
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FOREST HILLS RENTALS; Demand There and in Kew Gardens Higher Than Last Year
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Our Radical Islamic BFF, Saudi Arabia
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Kate Reid, Actress, Dead at 62; A Veteran of Hundreds of Roles
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A Major Merger Shakes Up the World of Rock
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Are Laws Needed On Canned Music At Live Shows?
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Judge William Hastie, 71, of Federal Court, Dies
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COMPANY NEWS; ICN PHARMACEUTICALS PLANNING A HUGE ACQUISITION
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Donald and Marla Are Headed for Divestiture
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Before Driving a Zipcar, Consider Liability Insurance
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Commercial Property; Jamaica Seeks to Build on AirTrain
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Everybody’s a Critic. And That’s How It Should Be.
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Review: ‘Spring Awakening’ by Deaf West Theater Brings a New Sensation to Broadway
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RUTH ORKIN, PHOTOJOURNALIST AND FILM MAKER, DEAD AT 63
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Participant in Prison Siege Is Executed in Texas
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China Announces Cuts of 300,000 Troops at Military Parade Showing Its Might
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COMPANY NEWS; ICN TO PAY $1 MILLION TO SETTLE AN S.E.C. LAWSUIT
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Nobel Prize in Chemistry Awarded to Tomas Lindahl, Paul Modrich and Aziz Sancar for DNA Studies
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'Macbeth' Will Close After Just 10 Days on Broadway
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A New Eldorado: Discoveries in West Africa by Major Burnham, England's American Scout
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Britain Votes to Leave the European Union
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In ‘Top Five,’ Chris Rock Is a Comic Getting Serious
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David Mirra, BMX Bike Star, Dies in an Apparent Suicide
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Music: Inner Voices of Glenn Gould; Pianist Plays Them in Addition to Brahms Bernstein Speech Hits at the Interpretation
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Computer-Memory Aid Devised
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D’Souza Avoids Prison in Campaign Finance Case
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GROUP W CABLE SOLD TO 5 BUYERS
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Richest Are Leaving Even the Rich Far Behind
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'Paralytic' Flees from Prison Ward; Captain Fritz Duquesne, Who Feigned Helplessness, Escapes from Bellevue
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The Hit Maker of Barrow Street
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G.O.P. Strategists Clash Over a Presidential Poll
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Getting Rowdy: Keith Ape and Real Rap in Korea
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How Many Stephen Colberts Are There?
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Anger Rises on Both Sides of Strike at U. of Miami
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Books About Julie Andrews — Memoir — Biography
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Partisan Gridlock Blocks Senate Confirmations of Federal Judges
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Swabian Separatists Fling Spätzle to Make a Point
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Jonatha Brooke’s ‘My Mother Has 4 Noses’
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Tell-All Book on Trump Won't Be Telling at All
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World Briefing Asia: Afghanistan: Taliban Leader Vows Return
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Starting Simply, the Story of a Business
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German Girl Pilot May Fly Atlantic
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BAPTIST SEMINARY PLANS TO MERGE; Crozer Theological to Join With School in Rochester
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Review: Henson's Crystal
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Jeff Bezos Says Amazon Won't Tolerate 'Callous' Management Practices
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E.P.A., Citing Risks to Children, Signs Accord to Limit Insecticide
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Viral Nightmares
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Anywhere the Eye Can See, It’s Likely to See an Ad
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The Evolution of Hillary Clinton
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Breaking Ground; Seed. Reseed. Secede.
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California Deal Authorizes Huge Casino Near Oakland
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Pad to Replace Computer Mouse Is Set for Debut
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U.S. Open 2014: Serena Williams, Maria Sharapova and Sam Stosur Among Best Tennis Strokes
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The Dawn of the Post-Clinic Abortion
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‘You Us We All’ Creates a Baroque Vision of Modern Life
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Classified Ad 207
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For BlackBerry, Obama's Devotion Is Priceless
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Trevor N. Dupuy, 79, Prolific Military Historian
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THE MEDIA BUSINESS; Is Simon & Schuster Mellowing?
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Frank J. Prial, a Guide to the World of Fine Wine, Dies at 82
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Alfred S. Eichner Is Dead at 50; Major Post-Keynesian Economist
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Raymond A. Dart Is Dead at 95; Leader in Study of Human Origins
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In Douglass Tribute, Slave Folklore and Fact Collide
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Daniel Doctoroff Enlists Bloomberg in A.L.S. Research
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Pearson to Buy a Publisher From News Corp.
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Stone Tools From Kenya Are Oldest Yet Discovered
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General Electric to Sell Commercial Lending Business in Japan
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Sean Penn Met With ‘El Chapo’ for Interview in His Hide-Out
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Hulk Hogan Awarded $115 Million in Privacy Suit Against Gawker
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Moceanu Sues, Saying Parents Squandered Her Earnings
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China Has Tart Response for Hillary Clinton Over Women's Rights
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PUBLIC LIVES; A Patron of the Arts, as Seen in a Sponge
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Phone Company Upheld in Ban on Hush-a-Phone
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Recordings View; A Sex object By the Name Of Jackson.
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COMPANY NEWS; OUTDOOR ADVERTISER BUYING DAME MEDIA, A BROADCASTER
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COMPANY NEWS; KINDER MORGAN ENERGY TO PURCHASE TEJAS GAS
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Glenn Burke's Family at Game as A's Honor Him on Pride Night
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Mayor Rahm Emanuel Cuts Trip to Cuba Short After Police Shooting in Chicago
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The Aissaouia--Their Horrible Rites; Kairwan
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Timo Sarpaneva, Glassmaker, Dies at 79
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‘Lee Bontecou: Drawn Worlds,’ an Artist’s Other Side
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Russian Opera For New York. Spring Season of Ballet Also Planned by Theodore Kosloff.
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Missouri Rejects Bid to Allow Concealed Guns
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The Sculptor Melvin Edwards Prepares for ‘Now Dig This!’
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Zaha Hadid, Groundbreaking Architect, Dies at 65
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National Briefing Rockies: Montana: Charges Dropped In Child Killing
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Thomas Sutherland, Lebanon Hostage Who Was Freed After 6 Years, Dies at 85
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In Their Own Words: The Libya Tragedy
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Is This the End of Christianity in the Middle East?
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The Kaaba
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STAGE: KEVIN KLINE IN SHAW'S 'ARMS AND THE MAN'
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100 Notable Books of 2008
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A Return to the Scene of a Tragedy of Drama
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Mario Testino: 30 Years Behind the Camera
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At Francis Lewis High School in Queens, Crowding Signals Success
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M.T.A. Proposes Rail Line to Link Major Airports
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May Import African Animals to Solve Meat Problem
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A Test at 25 Stations Subway Riding Without the Swiping
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POP VIEW; Has Success Spoiled Green Day?
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No Reports of Violence By Simpson's First Wife
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VIRGINIA APPROVES DISNEY SUBSIDIES
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George S. Odiorne Is Dead at 71; Developed Theory of Management
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FATAL BLAST IN AKRON IS LAID TO FLAMMABLE WASTE
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Pakistan's State of Denial
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Jean-Baptiste Bagaza, Deposed Leader of a Troubled Burundi, Is Dead at 69
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12 Killed When Tank of Molasses Explodes
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Big Margin for Cuomo, but Short of Historic
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SPORTS PEOPLE: TRACK AND FIELD; Griffith Joyner Gets Sullivan Award
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U.S. Election Panel Fines LeBoutillier
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Auctioning Memories in a Town Haunted by the Klan
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When Restless Billionaires Trip on Their Toys
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The Need for a Tax on Financial Trading
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Ladies’ Home Journal to Become a Quarterly
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Theodore Roosevelt III; Brokerage Partner, 86
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Debate on Global Warming Helps Produce a Brisk Seller
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F.D.A. TELLS COMPANY TO REVISE DRUG DESCRIPTION
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In ‘Snowpiercer,’ the Train Trip to End All Train Trips
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Refugees Flee Into Tanzania From Rwanda
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Widow Believes Hemingway Committed Suicide; She Tells of His Depression and His 'Breakdown' Assails Hotchner Book
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Meryl Davis and Charlie White Give U.S. First Olympic Gold in Ice Dancing
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Esther Armstrong, 81, the Wife Of Inventor of FM Radio System
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Review: Suddenly, Last Summer
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China Embraces Craft Beers, and Brewing Giants Take Notice
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Europe’s Anti-Semitism Comes Out of the Shadows
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Recycling Answer Sought for Computer Junk
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Colleges and Evangelicals Collide on Bias Policy
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Book Review - The Invisible Line - By Daniel J. Sharfstein
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Rev. Sun Myung Moon, 92, Unification Church Founder, Dies
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Nice Supercar. Now Eat My Dust
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6 Soviet Space Failures Believed To Have Been Probes of Planets
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Sarah Vowell’s ‘Lafayette in the Somewhat United States’
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A Giant Takes On Physics’ Biggest Questions
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Slovenia Votes for Membership in European Union and NATO
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A Disneyland of History Next to the Real Thing
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Brookhaven Lab's Old Reactor Is Finally Being Dismantled
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Smithsonian’s Renwick Gallery Reopens With a New Focus
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Jonny Greenwood, Radiohead’s Runaway Guitarist
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Renault-Nissan to Take Control of AvtoVAZ
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‘Putin’s Kleptocracy,’ by Karen Dawisha
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For U.S. Gymnast, Long Journey Ends With a Medal
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PayPal Acquires Xoom for Stake in Digital Money Transfers
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Sam Hunter, Curator and Museum Founder, Dies at 91
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At Least 26 Killed in a Bombing of an Italian Compound in Iraq
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Debbie Wasserman Schultz to Resign D.N.C. Post
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France Is Scolded Over Care of Great Hamster of Alsace
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COLLEGE FOOTBALL; Miami Survives Scare and Brawl
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50.0
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Dangerous Don DeLillo
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Pierre Bergé on His Relationship With Yves Saint Laurent
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NATO-Russia Tensions Rise After Turkey Downs Jet
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Yes, Running Can Make You High
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Transcript of the Democratic Presidential Debate in Miami
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Norwegian Nobel Laureate, Once Shunned, Is Now Celebrated
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The transformed face of metropolitan New York
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Rejoice, Muffy and Biff: A Preppy Primer Revisited
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Still Bewitched by the Mystery of Melted Sand
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DOCUMENTS DETAIL ISRAELI MISSILE DEAL WITH THE SHAH
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I.R.S. Ruling Wrote Script For the Shubert Tax Break
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The medium with a message
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H.H. Prince Michael Romanoff
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Boston Muslims Struggle to Wrest Image of Islam From Terrorists
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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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Saiga Population Grows After Mysterious Epidemic
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2 Jail Barges To Be Closed And Removed
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THE CALIFORNIA FIRES: THE VICTIMS; Cars Became Coffins for 10 Trying to Flee
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On the Web, Pedophiles Extend Their Reach
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Review: ‘Full House! The Musical!’ Lampoons a Ripe Sitcom Target
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Illusion May Shed Light On Fate of the Cosmos
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Another Twist at Global as Chairman Quits a Board
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Somali Militants Kill 147 at Kenyan University
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J. Rene Vilatte not in Roman Church
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FIGURE SKATING; Cheers for Sato of Japan; Tears for Bonaly of France
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The News Is Funny, as a Correspondent Gets His Own Show
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THE MEDIA BUSINESS; Texas Radio Groups Add 11 Stations
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Brazil Angered Over Report N.S.A. Spied on President
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Mars rover's 5 working wheels are stuck in hidden soft spot
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Filming in Mecca
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HOW JOB ROTATION WORKS FOR JAPANESE
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Review: In ‘Destiny and Power,’ George H.W. Bush Epitomizes a Vanishing G.O.P.
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Solzhenitsyn, Literary Giant Who Defied Soviets, Dies at 89
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How to Succeed? Go to Wellesley
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BEHIND THE WHEEL/Ford Taurus G vs. Chevrolet Lumina;Some Cheap Shots In the Price Fight
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Onetime Political Satire Becomes a Right-Wing Rage and a Hot Internet Item
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Andrew Imbrie - Composer - Obituaries
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Gordon Parks, a Master of the Camera, Dies at 93
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COMPANY NEWS; FOUNDER OF ICN PHARMACEUTICALS TO RETIRE AS CHIEF
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COMPANY NEWS;SFX PLANS TO ACQUIRE LIBERTY BROADCASTING
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Adult Swim, No. 1 With Younger Adults, Is Expanding
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Business people; new united brands chairman
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Minority Voice Fading For Broadcast Owners
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Review: Noam Chomsky Focuses on Financial Inequality in ‘Requiem for the American Dream’
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Declassified Papers Show Anti-Castro Ideas Proposed to Kennedy
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Philip F. Fullard, 86; World War I Ace Pilot
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DuPont Chief Executive Ellen Kullman to Retire
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THEATER REVIEW: SUNSET BOULEVARD; Boulevard Of Broken Dreams
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Display Ad 256
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Bank Employee Pleads Guilty to Conspiring to Work as Secret Russian Agent
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A Clothing Clearance Where More Than Just the Prices Have Been Slashed
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Dialing Up a Hit? Influence Over Musical Is in the Crowd’s Hands
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Dr. Seuss, Modern Mother Goose, Dies at 87
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You've Been Scammed Again? Maybe the Problem Isn't Your Computer
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Prado Museum Rescinds Loan of Downgraded Hieronymus Bosch Works
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Clinton Names Panel to Draft Health Consumer Bill of Rights
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Playwright Takes a Prize and a Jab at US
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Trumpologies
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Life Is a Cabaret?: At Week End, the party never stops
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POSTINGS: $72 Million Renovation of Former Bloomingdale's;For UConn in Stamford, a New Home
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The Lab Results Are In: Genes Might Be to Blame for Retrievers’ Obesity
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Books About Inventors
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Rereading a radical
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Toto Bissainthe, Actress and Singer, 60
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Richard Sapper, Designer of Sleek Housewares, Dies at 83
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Tales Out of Africa
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Bush Service Records From '72, Thought Lost, Are Discovered
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Remnants of Iraq Air Force Are Found
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Review: Colum McCann’s ‘Thirteen Ways of Looking,’ Stories Linked by Unease
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FOR OFF-HOURS, SUBWAY ZONES FOR SAFER WAIT
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In a Chaotic Industry, Beck Abides
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Streetscapes: The Chatsworth; Riverside South's Threat to a 1904 Apartment Tower
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Margaret Sutton, 98; Wrote Mystery Series
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Oh Blue-Eyed Thais, Flaunt Your Western Genes!
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‘The Blood Telegram,’ by Gary J. Bass
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Still Moaning, Still Shimmying
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Department of Dark Energy
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Around the World: 23 Killed in Guinea Crash Of a North Korean Plane
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Travel Advisory: Toronto Festival Honors 14 Leaders in the Arts
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GINSBURG WITHDRAWS NAME AS SUPREME COURT NOMINEE, CITING MARIJUANA 'CLAMOR'
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Gymnast Tests Positive and Loses Gold
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Northrop Grumman Wins $21.4 Billion Pentagon Contract
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Twists and Turns in Bid to Compete
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The 40,000-Mile Volcano
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Gyorgy Kepes, Wizard of Light and Motion, Comes Back Into Focus
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‘CREATIVE GROWTH’
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Medicare Tries an Experiment to Fight Perverse Incentives
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New Freedom Lets Burmese Air Venom Toward Rohingya Muslims
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Philip Morrison, 89, Builder of First Atom Bomb, Dies
1
Brad Delp, 55, Lead Singer for Boston, Dies
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Both Sides Now
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The Pop Life; Top 12's, or So
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Bottles That Could Make Every Drop of Shampoo Count
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‘A Better Life,’ Directed by Chris Weitz - Review
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New Beds Are Much More Than Places to Rest
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Review: Wadada Leo Smith and Vijay Iyer Share Their Influence Through Duets
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Questions Linger for Beard Foundation
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'Skip-Stop' Subway Plan Annoys No. 1 Riders
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The Un-Pilgrims — The New York Times
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Suicide Bomber Kills 5 on a Bus in Tel Aviv
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Larisa Bogoraz, Soviet Dissident, Dies at 74
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Stephen Smith, 62, Businessman And an Adviser to the Kennedys
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AXA wins bitter fight for MONY
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Diplo on His Grammy Priorities: Winning, Snapchat and the Best Party
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The Universe, Dark Energy and Us
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Why Dropping the Trans-Pacific Partnership May Be a Bad Idea
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Providian Unit to Be Sold To Aegon for $2.6 Billion
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Robert Switzer, Co-Inventor Of Day-Glo Paint, Dies at 83
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COMPANY NEWS; Avia Widens Suit Against Nike
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1970.0
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Finnish Designer Is Saluted by a London Shop
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Pre-9/11 Ties Haunt Saudis as New Accusations Surface
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Most Straphangers Unfazed By Closing of Bridge Lines
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Duke Looks to Regain Form and Coach After Slump Drops Team From Top 25
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Senator Clinton Speaks Up for Israel at U.N. Rally
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Dan Walker, 92, Dies; Illinois Governor and Later a U.S. Prisoner
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COMPANY NEWS;JACOR COMMUNICATIONS TO BUY NOBLE BROADCAST GROUP
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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.
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Review/Theater; 'Shenandoah' Is Back, but the Era Has Changed
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Charles Taylor Sentenced to 50 Years for War Crimes
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‘Another Insane Devotion,’ by Peter Trachtenberg
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To See the World in Ballpoint Pen
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FRANK NOTESTEIN, DEMOGRAPHER, 80
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For Delphic Oracle, Fumes and Visions
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A Closer Reading of Roman Vishniac
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Srebrenica Massacre, After 20 Years, Still Casts a Long Shadow in Bosnia
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Review: ‘She Loves Me’ Is a Daydream of the Ordinary
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UNDER $50,000 BAIL AS NATION'S ENEMY; \
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Full Transcript: Democratic Presidential Debate
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George Perle, a Composer and Theorist, Dies at 93
1
In FIFA Pitch, Gianni Infantino Pushes Expansion and Continuity
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British Reporters Tell New Side of Falkland Story
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‘Masters of Sex’ Recalls the Work of Masters and Johnson
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A Barrage of Calamities Set to a Vintage Soundtrack
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A Moving Glass Box Conquers Uneven Terrain at a Subway Station
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Moceanu Switches Coaches
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The AT&T Chief's Report Card
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Jade From China’s West Surpasses Gold in Value
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Donald Trump Finds New City to Insult: Brussels
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Bert Convy, 57, an Actor and Host Of Television Game Shows, Dies
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Hardy Divers in Korea Strait, ‘Sea Women’ Are Dwindling
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A Night Out With Renée Elise Goldsberry of ‘Hamilton’
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Disney Drops Plan for History Theme Park in Virginia
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Ford Foundation Executive to Lead Consumer Reports - NYTimes.com
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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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The Re-education of Anchee Min
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ISIS Atrocities Started With Saudi Support for Salafi Hate
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Nabisco Awards $9.7 Million in Grants to 15 Schools
1
Fare of the country:Italy's Vin Santo: a sip of hospitality
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'Camino Real' After 17 Years
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Harold Cruse, Social Critic and Fervent Black Nationalist, Dies at 89
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As Door Opens for Legal Actions in Chilean Coup, Kissinger Is Numbered Among the Hunted
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Helping Hollywood Players Hook Up
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Jack Daniel's Embraces a Hidden Ingredient: Help From a Slave
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The Trans-Pacific Partnership Trade Accord Explained
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MAYOR DRIVES TRAIN IN NEW SUBWAY LINK; THE MAYOR BECOMES A MOTORMAN.
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Sister Wendy, Cloistered
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Deaths
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Netflix Hits Milestone and Raises Its Sights
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John Evans, 90, Ex-Director Of National Solar Observatory
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Gil Clancy, Boxing Manager and Trainer, Dies at 88 - NYTimes.com
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190TH ST.STATION HELD BOMB-PROOF; Tests Reveal Eighth Avenue Subway Stop Would Make an Ideal Raid Shelter
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Joe Scarpa, Who Gained Wrestling Fame as Chief Jay Strongbow, Dies
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Taps - Scott as General in 'Taps'
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COMPANY NEWS; Union Pacific to Buy Chicago and North Western
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Hollywood's Version of Trade Wars
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3 Share Nobel in Economics for Labor Market Analysis
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A New Scribner's Magazine
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Metro Briefing Connecticut: Washington: Woman Admits Sending Poison To Justices
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Uncle Sam Wants You
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Nesto Slipher, 93, Astronomer, Dies
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Malick Sidibé, Photographer Known for Social Reportage in Mali, Dies at 80
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Flight 93 Memorial Effort Gains Over 900 acres
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How to Redraw the World Map
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So Bill Gates Has This Idea for a History Class ...
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Nadine Conner, Lyric Soprano With the Met, Dies at 96
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Atlantic Covering Business World With Quartz Site
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Elizabeth Hardwick, Writer, Dies at 91
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Altman's Double Life as a Politician Brings Him to the Edge of Scandal
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THE 2000 CAMPAIGN: THE GREEN PARTY; Nader Wants Apology From Debate Panel for Turning Him Away
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Climate Change’s Bottom Line
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Jawbone Fossil Fills a Gap in Early Human Evolution
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South Africa Strikes Down Laws on Gay Sex
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Michael Weatherly Leaving 'NCIS'
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Bonnie Brown, Part of Sibling Country Trio, Dies at 77
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Yahoo’s Sale to Verizon Ends an Era for a Web Pioneer
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An Early Departure for Beard Board Head
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Invesco to Acquire AIM for $1.6 Billion
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Even at Age 13, a Storybook Career Is Emerging
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GASTON LACHAISE, SCULPTOR, 53, DIES
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NBC Keeps Fingers Crossed for 'America's Got Talent'
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VOWS; It's a Wedding Blitz for Trump and Maples
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Apple Lawsuit May Renew Legal Battle With Microsoft
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Austin Prepares a Welcome for a Texas-Size Museum
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Judge Rules Iran Hostages Can't Receive Compensation
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AFTER THE WAR: IRAQ; Hussein's 2 Sons Dead in Shootout, U.S. Says
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A Neighborhood of Colonials and Palm Trees
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DAMASCENE WARE IN SPAIN'S TOLEDO
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Maharishi's Minions Come to Wall Street
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Offering to Aid Talks, U.S. Challenges China on Disputed Islands
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Leviathan Review/Film; Horror in the Depths, On a Sunken Soviet Ship
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F.Y.I.
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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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Daryl F. Gates, L.A.P.D. Chief in Rodney King Era, Dies at 83
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Qaddafi Defiant After Rebel Takeover
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Latest Drownings Add To the Infamy of a Lake
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I. Smoktunovsky, Russian Actor, 69
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Bali Bombings Kill at Least 25 in Tourist Spots
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Transit Authority Switches Tracks
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Law School Pays the Price in ‘Don’t Ask’ Rule Protest
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SCIENTIST AT WORK: Katy Payne; Picking Up Mammals' Deep Notes
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TIMES MIRROR IS SELLING NEW AMERICAN LIBRARY
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A Hunting Ban Saps a Village's Livelihood
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DAVID LEWIS, 83, DIES; PRODUCED CLASSIC FILMS
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Experimental Ebola Vaccine Tested in Guinea Shows Promise, Report Says
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David H. Sawyer Dies at 59; Innovator in Political Strategy
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Wendell Phillips on Reconstruction.
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Nile Crocodiles Found Really Far Out of Africa. In Florida.
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The Portuguese Shaggy Dog Story
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Poking Holes in Genetic Privacy
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Operation Mincemeat - By Ben Macintyre
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Warning of Violence Was Unheeded After Cult Leader's Gun Battle in '87
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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
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New Sultan Breaks Moslem Traditions
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DR. WILLIAM BAER, DEAN AT N. Y. O., 37
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Paris Bridge's Love Locks Are Taken Down
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Plane Line Saves Weeks: American Air Service in Guatemala Carries Odd Passenger List over Hard Country
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Theatre: 'Camino Real'
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Public Colleges Chase Out-of-State Students, and Tuition
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Ecuador: Report Says U.S. Aided Attack on Rebels
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Has Not Returned to the Roman Church
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Arkansas Senator Jason Rapert’s Abortion Ban
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The Mystery of the Missing Novel
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Joseph Eichler’s Revolutionary Midcentury California Homes
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PUBLIC LIVES; Smart Lawyer for a Rich, Querulous Uncle
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White House Orders Review of Rules for Genetically Modified Crops
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What Is Life Without a Tram? Residents Are Getting a Taste
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Preston Robert Tisch, Owner of Loews Hotels and Giants, Dies
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Jarden Reaches Deal to Buy Jostens for $1.5 Billion
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PETER BROOK TRANSFORMS AN INDIAN EPIC FOR THE STAGE
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What's in a Name?
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A Creole Solution for Haiti’s Woes
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Jet Pilot Who Saved 304 Finds Heroism Tainted - NYTimes.com
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Child's Love of Ships Becomes Man's Passion for Marine Artwork.
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Lost Souls, Not So Different From Their Creator
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When Victor Hess Discovered Cosmic Rays in a Hydrogen Balloon
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Access to Wikileaks Blocked in Turkey as It Releases Emails
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Solar Project Pairs Muslims and Jews to Aid West Bank Farmers
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Injured Moceanu Forced Out of Competition
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Danaher to Buy Tektronix for $2.85 Billion
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Court Removes Ban Against Phone Device
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Ingmar Bergman, Master Filmmaker, Dies at 89
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Hong Kong’s Missing Booksellers
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Peter Falk, ‘Columbo’ Actor, Dies at 83
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Some Subway Riders To Get Free Transfers
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Winter Music Conference
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Michael Gordon, Comic Director On Stage and Screen, Dies at 83
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Jean Leguay, 79, Accused of War Crimes
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Wikipedia's Sexism Toward Female Novelists
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Secrets in Plain Sight in Censored Book's Reprint
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A Wall in SoHo; Enter 2 Artists, Feuding
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Bush's National Guard Pay Records Are Released
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Lake Cow Bacon
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Another Magnolia Blossom at Risk
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Donald Trump Calls on Russia to Find Hillary Clinton’s Missing Emails
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Captain Duquesne is Slain in Bolivia; Hostile Indians Descend on His Expedition and Kill Soldier of Fortune. Career Full of Romance Boer Scout at 17, He Swam to Liberty from Bermuda – Trailed Roosevelt Up the Amazon
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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.
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Subway Shuttle Gets $74 Million Makeover
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SCIENCE FICTION
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Oil Prices: What’s Behind the Drop? Simple Economics
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Richard Black, 92, Artist Who Conjured ‘Mr. Clean,’ Dies
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An Unwelcome Guest Intrudes on a Worry-Free Zone for the Rich
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‘Rocky Horror’ at Lincoln Center, With Headphones
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New York City Ballet Names Justin Peck as Choreographer
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CONNOLLY FAVORS CHANGE IN SUBWAY; Suggests That Proposed Route Should Run Through Kew Gardens Road.
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And That’s My Opinion!
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ARTS ABROAD; Living 'Normally,' for Opera, Refugees and 2 Children
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CKE Restaurants, Parent of Carl's Jr., Buying Hardee's
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Challenger Steps Up Attack on Serbian Leader
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Mcorp Deal Will Cost $2 Billion
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MACMILLAN ACQUIRES SCRIBNER
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THEATER REVIEW; Enough Wrath And Fear to Thrust Philosophy Offstage
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E.P. DUTTON TO BE PURCHASED BY NEW AMERICAN LIBRARY
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For Scandal-Baring Paper in Japan, a Scandal
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Learned Opposition to New Disney Park
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Mercedes Sosa, Who Sang of Argentina’s Turmoil, Dies at 74
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Top Gymnasts Seek to Skip Olympic Trials
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George Tooker, Painter Capturing Modern Anxieties, Dies at 90
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Paid Notice: Deaths MERRILL, VERNON L.
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‘Beneath the Darkness,’ Starring Dennis Quaid
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Connecticut’s Second-Chance Society
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What Apple Has That Google Doesn’t: An Auteur
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A Web Site To Fight Censorship
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A New Libya, With 'Very Little Time Left'
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Billboard Publications Is Purchased by Affiliated Publications After Acquiring Backstage
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Paid Notice: Deaths Rabi, Helen Newmark
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Fodor's Travel Guides Sold to Random House
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Clinton Urges Inquiry Into Hidden Sex in Grand Theft Auto Game
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Israel Freezes Some Assets of a Bank Under Inquiry
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How Oprahness Trumped Truthiness
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Roger Ailes, Arguing Gretchen Carlson Breached Contract, Presses for Arbitration
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How's Your News
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Godtfred K. Christiansen, 75; Covered the World With Lego
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Markets and Currency Rise on Strong Showing by New Party : Election Results Lift Thai Spirits
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Seeking Damages From Iran, Ex-Marine Must Battle Bush Administration, Too
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A $1 Billion Bet That Smoking Has a Future
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Toy or Supercar for Asia?
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Colombian Court Blocks President’s Bid for a Third Term
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Winners of the 1991 Pulitzer Prizes in the Arts and Journalism
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China’s Economic Empire
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William T. Vollmann: The Self Images of a Cross-Dresser
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The Carnivore’s Dilemma
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Health Care Spending Disparities Stir a Fight
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Lord Rothschild, 79, a Scientist And Member of Banking Family
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60.0
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For Some Directors, the Web Is Their Studio
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BYRD IS HONORED BY SANTO DOMINGO; Explorer Gets Medal of the Order of Columbus at Ceremony at Republic's Embassy
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Harold Pinter, Playwright of the Anxious Pause, Dies at 78
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Meet Luca, the Ancestor of All Living Things
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More South African Honors: Lady Sarah Wilson and Major Burnham, the American Scout, among those decorated
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Incentive to Slow Climate Change Drives Output of Harmful Gases
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Suicide Bomber Kills 5 on a Bus in Tel Aviv – New York Times
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Earth's Future Peacemakers Just Need a Little T.M.
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Filipino Pilot Claims Blackout in Killing of 7
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Let's Get Rid of Darwinism
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When He Talks Hats, Basic Black is Only the Beginning
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New York Theater Ballet Moves Its Relevés Downtown
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Martha Stewart’s Magazines to Outsource Business Side to Meredith
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Board for selling doomed warships
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Letters to the Editor; Kissinger's 19th-Century Diplomacy
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How a Shubert Fund Produces and Directs
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Going to see the Patriarch
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Roosevelt's Army Has Not Lost Hope; Colonel's Aids from All over the Country Meet and Leave the Future in His Hands
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Dr. Richard Mudd, 101, Dies; Grandfather Treated Booth
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Tallying the Toll on an Elder of the Sea
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A Brazilian Campaign Strategist Expands His Winning Streak
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Pakistan's Unnecessary Martyrs
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The Core of the Earth May Be a Gigantic Crystal Made of Iron
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The Man Who Bought Bloomingdale's
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‘Duplex,’ by Kathryn Davis
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Wendy Keys's Documentary on Creator of ‘I ♥ New York’ Logo
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C. D. Wright, Poet of Ozarks and Beyond, Dies at 67
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Why New Orleans’s Black Residents Are Still Underwater After Katrina
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NASA Reschedules Mars InSight Mission for May 2018
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Bloomberg Backs Fracking, With Rules to Protect the Environment
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Nightmare Eve, the Game Before 9/11
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Robert L. Berenson, Ex-Envoy And Head of Shipping Line, Dies
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Whole Foods’ Scaled-Down 365 Store Has Robots, but No Tattoo Parlor
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Like a Marriage That Ended Up in Court
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THE MEDIA BUSINESS;Jacor to Buy Citicasters in $770 Million Radio Station Deal
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Louisiana Court Upholds Drinking Age of 21
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2005: In a Word: Truthiness
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Scardino, Chief of Pearson, to Step Down - NYTimes.com
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Panel Said to Fault Los Angeles Riot Response
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The Hummingbird’s Tongue: How It Works
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Lobo Awarded Wade Trophy
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WEDDINGS; Holly Peterson, Richard A. Kimball Jr.
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Algerian Tells of Dark Odyssey in U.S. Hands
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Spanish Court Rejects Extradition of Gusinsky
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Folk Music and Blues Outdoors
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Trans-Pacific Partnership Text Released, Waving Green Flag for Debate
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Paul A. Samuelson, Economist, Dies at 94
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OTTAWA; An Exhibition Of Glenn Gould Memorabilia Sheds A Little Light on A Musical Enigma
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Prince Sultan bin Abdel Aziz of Saudi Arabia Dies
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What Price Generosity?
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Francis Kurkdjian and Fabien Ducher, Changing History in a Bottle
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The Senate Votes That Divided Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders
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6 AIR-COOLED CARS ARE TESTED ON IRT; Transit Authority Shows the Subway of the Future
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Does Flushing a Toilet Release Germs Into the Air?
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Before Osama bin Laden Raid, Obama Administration’s Secret Legal Deliberations
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Company News; With New Design Chief, G.M. Quiets Speculation
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New Incorporations
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BASKETBALL; Bobby Hurley's Road Back
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Abba Eban, Eloquent Defender And Voice of Israel, Is Dead at 87
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Haiti Recalls Greene With Gratitude
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The World As A Work Of Art
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Carl Edwards Edges Kyle Busch
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Beard Awards Move to Chicago
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Republicans Must Support Public Financing for Contraception
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Joel McCrea, Actor, Dies at 84; A Casual, Amiable Leading Man
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The Mandela Visit; Mandela Gets an Emotional New York City Welcome
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Possessed
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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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In Binding Ballot, Czechs Give Landslide Approval to 2004 Membership in European Union
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Romania Conquers and Americans Are Left Divided
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Slow Start Spurs Shift for Towers Near Arena
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DNA Tests Find Branches but Few Roots
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Army Officer Who Refused Iraq Duty Is Allowed to Resign
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COMPANY NEWS;CAPSTAR BROADCASTING BUYING OSBORN COMMUNICATIONS
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THE SIMPSON CASE: THE VICTIM; Nicole Brown Simpson: Slain At the Dawn of a Better Life
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Clashes in Libya Worsen as Army Crushes Dissent
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New & Noteworthy
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Murray Hill for Family Living
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Zappa's Talent for Fun
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At Gulag Cemetery, a Struggle Against Forgetting
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‘Spiral,’ Paul McEuen’s Thriller, About a Cornell Professor
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How Craig Finn, Musician, Spends His Sundays
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Merrick Garland's Path to Nomination Marked by Deference, With Limits
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Ceridian to Be Taken Private in $5.3 Billion Deal
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Jenny Diski, Author Who Wrote of Madness and Isolation, Dies at 68
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A Huge N.B.A. Rivalry: Sneaker Collections
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Paradise Lost, by Clifford Odets, Revived
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Saddam, the Bomb and Me
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Review: ‘Growing Up Hip Hop’ Shares the Perks and Perils of Progeny
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The Pop Life; Tom Waits Heads List of Year's Top Albums
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Bobby Womack, Royalty of the Soul Era, Dies at 70
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For Buffalo, Few Points on the Ice but Plenty in the TV Ratings
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On Trade, Donald Trump Breaks With 200 Years of Economic Orthodoxy
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Death of a Cardinal; Cardinal O'Connor, 80, Dies; Forceful Voice for Vatican
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NEIGHBORHOOD REPORT: HOWARD BEACH; Rethinking Plans For Those Trains To the Planes
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Aid Offer Rescinded for Niagara Falls Project
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PLUS: AUTO RACING; A Bumpy Victory For Ricky Rudd
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The Guerrilla Girls, After 3 Decades, Still Rattling Art World Cages
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Youree Dell Harris, the TV Psychic Miss Cleo, Dies at 53
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Opinion: The Dark Side of the Moon
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Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s Companion, Diana Taylor, Gives a Rare Interview
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Book Review - You Are Free - By Danzy Senna
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The Last Broadcast
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First Dengue Fever Vaccine Approved by Mexico
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A Changed Noam Chomsky Simplifies
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MORE HOTELS FOR BOWMAN.; Buys Griswold, New London, and Belleview, Bellealr, Fla.
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Elie Wiesel, Auschwitz Survivor and Nobel Peace Prize Winner, Dies at 87
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Fernando Belaunde Terry, 89, Former Peruvian Leader, Dies
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Books of The Times; Darkness Under 2 Sisters' Innocence
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End of the Line for L.I.R.R.'s 10 Loneliest Stops
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Richard Seaver, Publisher, Dies at 82
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Dismayed by Donald Trump, Michael Bloomberg Will Endorse Hillary Clinton
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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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The Netherlands, the New Tax Shelter Hot Spot – New York Times
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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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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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Eleanore Griffin, 91; Screenwriter Shared 'Boys Town' Oscar
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Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, a 'Small Town' in a Big City
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Anita Brookner, Whose Bleak Fiction Won the Booker Prize, Dies at 87
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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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Review: A Persian Renaissance at Shiraz Kitchen in Elmsford
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Look at Me, World! Self-Portraits Morph Into Internet Movies
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Assembly in Nepal Approves New Constitution
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Focusing on Armchair Athletes, Puma Becomes a Leader
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Ashraf Pahlavi, Sister of Iran’s Last Shah, Dies at 96
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Yes, Political Ads Are Still Important, Even for Donald Trump
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Gibraltar Rejects Power-Sharing Between Britain and Spain
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Sampson Forced Out at Indiana
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THE 1990 CAMPAIGN; Massachusetts: Accentuating the Negative
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Of Dogs, Faith and Imams
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EAST SIDE SUBWAY OPEN.; Train from 145th Street to Broadway in 9 Minutes and 40 Seconds.
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Hackett: A ‘Heritage’ That’s Oh-So-British
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Out of the Shadow and Into the Spotlight - New York Times
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French Insurer To Put $1 Billion Into Equitable: Axa Buys Stake in U.S. Firm
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UKRAINIANS ELECT A NEW PRESIDENT
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At Lunch With Warren Farrell: Are Women Responsible for Their Own Low Pay?
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President Saves Rioters; Commutes Sentences of Half a Score of Negro Soldiers Convicted of Murder.
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James F. Crow, Population Genetics Pioneer, Dies at 95
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VAN ALLSBURG'S EXPRESS
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Bankruptcy Protection for Retailer
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Joey Chestnut, Hot Dog Eating Champ, Is Dethroned in Coney Island
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Donald Trump’s Draft Deferments: Four for College, One for Bad Feet
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Nebraskans choose woman for governor's race
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Review: ‘A Ballerina’s Tale’ Chronicles the Rise of Misty Copeland
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Names Obtained by Fraud.
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Furor on Rush to Require Cervical Cancer Vaccine
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Gimme an Rx! Cheerleaders Pep Up Drug Sales
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Hillary Clinton Endorses Barack Obama
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ITALIAN PRINCES SEE POPE.; Duke and Duchess of Genoa Among Seven of House of Savoy Present.
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For Labor, a Wal-Mart Store Closing in Canada Is a Call to Arms
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Austrian Far-Right Candidate Norbert Hofer Narrowly Loses Presidential Vote
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Everett Fails to Get Custody
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The Pepsi Challenge Is Returning, but This Time for the Social Media Generation
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Honors for Bridges Many Take for Granted
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Schmidt’s Candy, a Sweet Spot in Queens
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Turkey Feels Sway of Fethullah Gulen, a Reclusive Cleric
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Alexis Minotis Dies; A Greek Actor, 90, Who Staged Classics
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Has Delaware's Insurance Chief Gone Too Far? - Biography
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Barbara Park, Author of Junie B. Jones Series, Dies at 66
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Detroit Journal; Must Cemetery Yield to Airport?
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Quote . . . Misquote
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Charlie Hebdo Mocks Europe’s Response to Migrant Crisis With Cartoons of Dead Syrian Boy
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In Law Schools, Grades Go Up, Just Like That
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Her Jewish State
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Betsy Bloomingdale, Socialite and Friend of Influencers, Dies at 93
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From Atlanta To Munich Via 'Egmont'
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Palmyra Temple Was Destroyed by ISIS, U.N. Confirms
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Rouben Mamoulian, Broadway Director, Is Dead
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Greece is striving for Olympic gold as Games' designs meld ancient and modern
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Obama Signs Health Care Overhaul Into Law
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The Portraits of Judith Joy Ross: Not Just Faces in the Crowd
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Out of a Rare Super Bowl I Recording, a Clash With the N.F.L. Unspools
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Joseph Chaikin 67; Actor and Innovative Director
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Mark Whitaker’s ‘Cosby’
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JERSEY; Montclair's Connection Has Its Price
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Two faces of a pianist who had many
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Editors’ Choice
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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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Christ Coming Soon, Says Mrs. Besant: Theosophist Leader Thinks He May Even Appear in the Form of a Woman. Airships 10,000 Years Ago Common in India Then, Her Sixth Root Race Sense Tells Us Lecture to 200 Faithful Here
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Energy Drinks Promise Edge, but Experts Say Proof Is Scant
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Face of City Has Changed Dramatically, Census Estimates Show
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Mayor of Scandal-Weary Bridgeport Admits That He Used Cocaine
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Paul Simon Removed From U.N. Boycott List
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Bronx Planting Caps Off a Drive to Add a Million Trees
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THE RWANDA DISASTER: THE REFUGEES; Some Who Fled Rwanda Return As Zaire Opens Border Crossings
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Winds of Academic Change Rustle University of Chicago
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To Virginia's Family, Santa Claus Is Still Real
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'White Noise,' by Don DeLillo
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Draft Registration for Women Would Stir a Sleepy Government Agency
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The Case of Georges Simenon
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A Lot of Hot Air
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Golf; Johnny Miller, a Sand Blast From the Past, Wins
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Beck at a Certain Age
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'Paralytic' Flees from Prison Ward; Captain Fritz Duquesne, Who Feigned Helplessness, Escapes from Bellevue.
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CHANCELLOR BROADCASTING TO BUY 12 RADIO STATIONS
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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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Michael B. Jordan Gives Millennials Their ‘Rocky’ With ‘Creed’
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Swimmer to Retire
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Hundreds of Thousands Mourn Indian Politician Thackeray
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BILL HALEY, 55, DIES; SINGER-BAND LEADER
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A NATION AT WAR: WITH THE TROOPS MARINE TASK FORCE TARAWA; Marines Meet Potent Enemy In Deadly Fight
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Publisher's Web Books Spur Hardcover Sales
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Cashew Juice, the Apple of Pepsi's Eye
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Daughter Born to Mrs. Gabrilowitsch
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Bill Foster, Coach Who Set Duke on Winning Track, Dies at 86
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Eighth Blackbird Performs ‘Colombine’s Paradise Theater’
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Wright Aide Quits Amid Furor on '73 Crime
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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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BMG to Buy Rest of Zomba, The Home Of Pop Stars
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Pop-Punk Bands, Now Grown Up
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Major Armstrong Goes to Columbia
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Suit Names Dutch Aide
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SFX in Deal For 16 Stations
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Stephen J. Jarema, 83, Former Assemblyman
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Rabbis' Rules and Indian Wigs Stir Crisis in Orthodox Brooklyn
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Qatar’s Support of Islamists Alienates Allies Near and Far
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Desaparecidos Makes the Perfect Protest Music
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Andrew Imbrie, 86, Composer Known for Use of Dissonance
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William S. Richardson, Ex-Chief Justice in Hawaii, Is Dead at 90 - Obituary
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Books of The Times; Changing Race Relations In a Georgia County
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Westinghouse To Acquire 98 Radio Stations
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Jorge Ramos’s Long Game
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Apple Puts $1 Billion in Didi, a Rival to Uber in China
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U.S. Pilot Shot Down in Iraq Regrets Human Cost of War
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History's Tangled Threads
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POLITICAL SCIENTISTS SEE LITTLE IMPACT OF 1978 CIVIL SERVICE LAW
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U.S. SENDS TROOPS TO AID BANGLADESH IN CYCLONE RELIEF
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Wow! Every Song What's-His-Name Ever Recorded: Movies, Performing Arts/Weekend Desk
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WEDDINGS: VOWS;Cynthia Rowley, Bill Keenan
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Baseball–73rd Home Run Ball Sells for $450,000
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The School That Skipped Ethics Class
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Where Prices Are Practical, and Cuisines Colorful - Living in Cypress Hills, Brooklyn
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For Kristen Stewart, Abstinence Makes the Heart ... You Know
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Afghan Forces Rally in Kunduz, but Fight Is Far From Decided
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After Mozart’s Death, an Endless Coda
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Killed on 9/11, Fire Chaplain Becomes Larger Than Life
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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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A Genre of the Intellect With Little Use for Ideas
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Seeing a Homosexual Agenda, Christian Group Protests an Anti-Bullying Program
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Rebuilding the Lions Is a Challenge for Martin Mayhew
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Democrats’ Convention Choice for 2016 Reflects a Philadelphia Resurgence
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Obama Keeps His Blackberry in a Hard-Fought E-Victory
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At 41, Jason Gore Brings a Different Look, and Sensibility, to the FedEx Cup Playoffs
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The Most Magical Moments of Texas’s Remotest Music Festival
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Facing Death for Adultery, Nigerian Woman Is Acquitted
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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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Georges Simenon Dies at 86; Creator of Inspector Maigret
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As Netflix Goes After TV Fans, Hulu Chases Movie Buffs
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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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When Birds Squawk, Other Species Seem to Listen
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Down to Earth, Even When Off the Wall
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Genetically Engineered Crops Are Safe, Analysis Finds
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Andre de Wavrin, 87, 'Col. Passy' of Resistance Fame, Dies
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A Conference Makes Learning Free
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Man in the News; Director of Mexico's Central Bank
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Noah Beery Jr., 81, an Actor Known for Playing Sidekicks
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The Aftertaste of Goulash Communism
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To Unite the Earth, Connect It
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Search for Bigfoot Outlives The Man Who Created Him
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Truthiness 101: From Frey to Alito
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Purchasing Fine Art Is Increasingly Just a Click Away
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After an Online Firestorm, Congress Shelves Antipiracy Bills
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Hall of Famer Lynn Swann Named Athletic Director at USC
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EVOLUTION IN EUROPE; A Prince, His Castle and the Tenants
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The Street-Preaching Excitement. Street-Preaching In New-York. The Angel Gabriel And Mrs. Bishop
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THEATER: REVIVAL OF 'BALM IN GILEAD'
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Trove of Long-Lost Silent Films Returns to America
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Carol Bove Sculpture Shows at the High Line and MoMA
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Why Is Curtis Unknown to Photographic History?
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U.S. Forgoes Salmonella Vaccine for Egg Safety
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Abbas, Talking to Israeli Students About Peace, Finds a Receptive Audience
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Peggy Parish, 61, Author of Books On Inept Maid, Amelia Bedelia
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Marco Rubio Swings Through New Hampshire
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Nicholas C. Forstmann, 54, Buyout Firm Partner, Dies
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Deal Reached on Fast-Track Authority for Obama on Trade Accord
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Business People; Mom, Dad, Size 14 Furs: Who Says Fashion Is Elitist?
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SMEAL AND GOLDSMITH FIGHT FOR LEADERSHIP OF NOW
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The Obtuse Triangle
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Esther Peterson Dies at 91; Worked to Help Consumers
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Lilly Dache, 97, Creator of Hats For the Fashion Set of Yesteryear
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For Car Cassette Decks, Play Time Is Over
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A Production Called Home
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An Olympic Quest Longer Than Most
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Book Says Zhou Enlai, Chinese Premier, May Have Been Gay
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Ecuadorean Villagers May Hold Secret to Longevity
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The Boss in the Machine
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The Evolution of Fleece, From Scratchy to Snuggie
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Stalking in Scotland, the Aerial Perspective
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Hillary Clinton Shapes Potential New Role for Bill Clinton
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Tata Motors Finds Success in Jaguar Land Rover
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Ex-Fortune Editor Joins Yahoo Finance
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COMPANY NEWS;ICN PHARMACEUTICALS SAYS INVESTIGATION WIDENS
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Kafka's Sinister World by Way of Pinter
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Guantánamo Files: Secret Case Against Detainee Crumbles
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MOSTEK, BIG CHIP MAKER, SHUT
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Cynthia Rowley and Bill Powers Are Everywhere at Once
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Jobless After Scandal, Weiner Triumphs in Corporate World
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Aided by the Sea, Israel Overcomes an Old Foe: Drought
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Joseph Barr, 76, Dies; Was Pittsburgh Mayor
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Eugenie Clark, Scholar of the Life Aquatic, Dies at 92
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Talley to Acquire John J. McMullen.
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Red Sox Create Another Moment of Infamy
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Coming Out as a Modern Family - NYTimes.com
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Atul Gawande's 'Being Mortal'
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Basking in the Sun Though Wary of a Storm
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WHAT'S NEW IN TRADING STAMPS
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Titanic in peril on leaving port
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Michael Learned - Biography
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The Complete List of Grammy Nominees
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South Korean Island Grows Wary After Welcoming the Chinese
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Michael Bloomberg Will Not Enter Presidential Race
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He Helped Build the iPod; Now He Has Built a Rival
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Ta-Nehisi Coates to Write Black Panther Comic for Marvel
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Gawker Said to Plan Sale After $140 Million Award to Hulk Hogan
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Even With Confession of Cheating, World’s Doping Watchdog Did Nothing
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The Price of Nice Nails
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F.B.I. Report Links Official in Connecticut to Drug Use
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Seaside at 25: Troubles in Paradise
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Joseph Napolitan, Pioneering Campaign Consultant, Dies at 84
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Tiny, Vast Windows Into Human DNA
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Hillary Clinton, 'Smart Power' and a Dictator's Fall
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CHILDREN'S BOOKS
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'Jesus' Inscription on Stone May Be Earliest Ever Found
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In Libya, for Starters, It's the Soup
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IMPEACHMENT: NEWS ANALYSIS; What Next? Don't Guess
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Orson Welles’s Last Film May Finally Be Released
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U.S. Allies See Trans-Pacific Partnership as a Check on China
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THEATER: Inheritors
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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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Records: Prince's 'Around the World'
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Study Focuses on Repeated Hits, Not Concussions
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A Coup is reported in Tunisia
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China Aims to Move Beijing Government Out of City’s Crowded Core
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Perfect Nails, Poisoned Workers
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A Prescription for More Black Doctors
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Religion Journal; In New York, 2 Buddhist Celebrations
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THE REAL ESTATE FIELD; $1,000,000 Paid for Small Broadway and 34th Street Corner
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Dennis Quaid's Second Reel: The Comeback
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Ellen Stewart, 91, Off Off Broadway Pioneer, Dies
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Sergeant Says King Appeared to Be on Drugs
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Tara McKelvey Weds Michael H. Kott
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Catholic Church News
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Paid Notice: Deaths SCHLOSSBERG, MAE
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Carol Chomsky, 78, Linguist and Educator, Dies
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Woodhaven, Queens: Subway Stops and Hiking Trails
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Art Hoax Unites Europe in Displeasure
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Richard D. Heffner, Host of ‘The Open Mind,’ Dies at 88
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BACK FROM THE BRINK; Lessons of a Long, Hot Summer
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On the Crony Safari, a Tour of a City’s Corruption
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Monsanto Sues California Over Herbicide Classification
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USEC to Shut Uranium-Enrichment Plant in Kentucky
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FEDERAL JUDGE DIES; SLAVE'S GRANDSON
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The Talk of The Telly - Few Mourn as BBC Soap Is Put Out of Its Misery
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John Biggers, 76, Painter Who Explored African Life
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THEATER: 'THE PHILANTHROPIST,' IN AN IVORY TOWER
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THE TERROR CONSPIRACY: THE OVERVIEW;SHEIK AND 9 FOLLOWERS GUILTY OF A CONSPIRACY OF TERRORISM
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Kelsey Grammer in Hospital With Irregular Heartbeat
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Roman Totenberg’s Stolen Stradivarius Is Found After 35 Years
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Sri Lanka Loses E.U. Trade Benefit
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Prince Twice Is Still Prince Charming
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An Economic Legend
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Ray Stark, Oscar-Nominated Producer, Is Dead at 88
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Astronomers Measure Distance to Farthest Galaxy Yet
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COMPANY NEWS; Maxwell Agrees to Sell Its Airline Guides Unit
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NEGRO RUNNER DEAD.; John B. Taylor, Quarter Miler, Victim of Typhoid Pneumonia.
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Critics Raise Concerns About Sovaldi
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Eulogies of Baden-Powell
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James Welch, 62, an Indian Who Wrote About the Plains
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Chaotic 100 Meters Ends With Record
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Marion Williams Is Dead at 66; Influential Pioneer of Gospel
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Fusion Furor: Science's Human Face
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DOCUMENTARY ON VIEWS ABOUT ATOM BOMB
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Rev. S. Baring-Gould Dead
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Racial Justice Act Repealed in North Carolina
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Russia May Face Olympics Ban as Doping Scheme Is Confirmed
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Toymaking in China, Mattel’s Way
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The Bullitt Center in Seattle Goes Well Beyond Green
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LIVING IN A NUTSHELL; Shangri-La in a Shack
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‘The Invisible Bridge,’ by Rick Perlstein
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From Olympia & York Bankruptcy, a New Company
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China's Elite Learn to Flaunt It While the New Landless Weep
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Vietnam Says Pollution From Taiwan Company Affected 200,000
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After 2 Killers Fled, New York Prisoners Say, Beatings Were Next
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U.S. Bankrolling Is Under Scrutiny for Ties to Chávez Ouster
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Middle Class Is Disappearing, at Least From Vocabulary of Possible 2016 Contenders
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Patricio Aylwin, President Who Guided Chile to Democracy, Dies at 97
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Jazz Musicians Memorialize Charlie Haden
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Celebrating Steampunk, the Old Updated for Today
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Girding on the Sword of Osman
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IBM Scientists Find New Way to Shrink Transistors
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Study Finds Children of Immigrants Embracing 'Frenchness'
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John Testrake, 68, T.W.A. Pilot Who Became Hero in Hijacking
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In Child Deaths, a Test for Christian Science; Faith vs. the Law; A special report.
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Italy's Mysterious Deepening Bank Scandal
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‘Huma Bhabha: Unnatural Histories’ at MoMA PS1
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Mike Pence: A Conservative Proudly Out of Sync With His Times
1
Alphonse Chapanis, a Founder of Ergonomics, Dies at 85
1
No Exceptions for a Nuclear India
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Bloomberg Draws a Blueprint for a Greener City
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Canada’s History of Violence
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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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A Tug of War Over Gulag History in Russia’s North
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Colum McCann’s Radical Empathy
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Lindsey Graham Announces Presidential Bid
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‘Bunnicula: A Rabbit Tale of Musical Mystery,’ at DR2 Theater
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3 Leaders at the Metropolitan Museum of Art Step Down
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EL' STATION TO BE RAZED; Grand Ave. Stop on Myrtle Ave. Line to End Wednesday
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James D. Hardy, 84, Dies; Paved Way for Transplants
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Brazilian Soul Food
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A Chance to Right a Wrong in Haiti
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Father Chiniquy is dead
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Ferruccio Lamborghini, 76, Dies; A Top Maker of Stylish Sports Cars
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German Legislators Vote to Outlaw Bestiality
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Courts Turn to Wikipedia, but Selectively
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Portugal to Nominate Antonio Guterres as UN Chief
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W. Allen Wallis, 85, Economist And President of U. of Rochester
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Otto kleppner
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MASTERY LEARNING ON A GRAND SCALE; CHICAGO
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Where the Cows Come Home; Sanctuary Farm Applauds Ban on Butchering of Sick Animals
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GATHERING ON SEA ISLAND: THE SCENE; World Leaders Get a Glimpse of America's High Life
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Armstrong Suit Over FM Settled
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A Gioia To Behold
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MIDEAST TURMOIL: THE OVERVIEW; PALESTINIANS KILL 5 ISRAELI SETTLERS IN RAID ON A HOME - New York Times
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Grading the Common Core: No Teaching Experience Required
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Ten journeys for the spirit
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At Simmons, Bought, Drained and Sold, Then Sent to Bankruptcy
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Inside the List
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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
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Martin Lings, a Sufi Writer on Islamic Ideas, Dies at 96
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If You're Thinking of Living In/Great Neck; Great Site for Schools, Parks and Trains
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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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AROUND THE NATION; 2 Indicted in Ohio Case Of Missing $1.1 Million
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Whatever Doesn't Kill Some Animals Can Make Them Deadly
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CAROL TAYLOR HAS NUPTIALS
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U.S. Goalkeeper Faces Difficult Save
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BROADWAY; CHILLING 'CARRIE' IN VENGEFUL RETURN - AS A MUSICAL
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Phone Device Ban by A.T.&T. Upheld: F. C. C. Rules Company Can Bar Use of Attachments Made by Others
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THE 2004 CAMPAIGN: THE MILITARY RECORDS; Texas Unit Releases More on Bush
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‘Fragments’ at Baryshnikov Arts Center - Review
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Death Toll Rises to 142 After Indonesian Military Plane Crashes Into City
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Tina Fey's Brash Bid for Prime Time
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Simeon Golar, Who Fought for Public Housing, Dies at 84
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Les Blank, Documentary Filmmaker, Dies at 77
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African Wild Dogs, True Best Friends
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Bias Payments Come Too Late for Some Farmers
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Faith-Based Publishing
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J. B. Fuqua, 87, Entrepreneur Who Gave Millions to Duke U., Dies
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Sternberg Leaves Wall Street, and Rays Have Profited
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Defiant Dixie Chicks Are Big Winners at the Grammys
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Reneissance Man
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C.E. Warne dies; consumer leader
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The Trauma of the Pink Shirt
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From Michael Brown, an Evening of George Perle
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At Housing Project, Both Fear and Renewal
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Armstrong, FM Inventor, Dies In Leap From East Side Suite
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When Blacks and Jews Pull Together
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Michael Cimino, Director of ‘The Deer Hunter’ and ‘Heaven’s Gate,’ Dies at 77
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Umbrella Coverage for Preventing Your Ruin
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With Cuomo, a Mayor With an Eye on Education
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NEDERLANDER IS OFFERED HOTEL THEATER RIGHTS
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Helen Wagner, Longtime Actress on ‘As the World Turns’, Dies at 91
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Coxswain Mary Whipple Stands Tall for U.S. Rowers
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John Connally of Texas, a Power In 2 Political Parties, Dies at 76
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N.J. Transit Links Midtown And Montclair
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U.S. Student Tells of Pain Of His Caning In Singapore
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Books of The Times; Growing Up Rootless in an Immigrant Family
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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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PRO BASKETBALL; Celtics' Lewis Dies After Collapsing in a Gym
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Cyrus Vance Jr.'s 'Moneyball' Approach to Crime
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Israeli Parties Clamor for Votes in Divided Society
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Subway Path Boarded Shut After a Rape
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KURT ENOCH, 86; PIONEER IN PAPERBACK PUBLISHING
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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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DATA ON AIDS DRUG CALLED MISLEADING
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Indonesia Approves Castration for Sex Offenders Who Prey on Children
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Arts » In Performance;POP
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The Lick Observatory Completed
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Travel Advisory; Toronto Festival Honors 14 Leaders in the Arts – New York Times
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Surge in Ridership Pushes New York Subway to Limit
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Rev. Sun Myung Moon, Self-Proclaimed Messiah Who Built Religious Movement, Dies at 92
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2008 Grammy Award Winners and Nominees
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Ai, an Unflinching Poetic Channel of Hard Lives, Dies at 62
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Police Kill 6 Protesters in Syria
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A Web Site So Hip It Gets Laddies to Watch the Ads
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THE SUPREME COURT: SENTENCING;Court Upholds Sentence in King Case
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Al Franken, Seriously
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A Storyteller Finds Comfort in a Cloak of Anonymity
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Moses Abramovitz, 88; Led U.S. Economic Association
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Romania Sweeps as Controversy Swirls
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Court notes
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One Woman, 11 Adoptions and a Time of Urgency
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Jean MacArthur, General's Widow, Dies at 101
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Macrovision Agrees to Buy Gemstar-TV Guide for $2.8 Billion in Stock and Cash
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Tribes Add Powerful Voice Against Northwest Coal Plan
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Mustafa Amin, Liberal Editor Jailed by Nasser, Dies at 83
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Art Museum In Texas Gets Trove Of 700 Works
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More Join Challenge to Library Over Blocking of Internet Sites
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Education Management Said to Be Sold for $3.4 Billion
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Ex-Senator Shirley Huntley Recorded Elected Officials
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Mrs. Jacques Samossoud Dies; Mark Twain's Last Living Child
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Crosswords Seemingly Copied From The New York Times Questioned
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My Secret Life
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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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Why Yasir Qadhi Wants to Talk About Jihad
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WYLER IS DEAD AT 79; DIRECTOR HAD WON 3 ACADEMY AWARDS
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Man With Artificial Heart Dies 5 Months After Implant
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Shinzo Abe Selected as Japan’s Prime Minister
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Hacking Linked to China Exposes Millions of U.S. Workers
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The Good Old Days of the Gold Standard? Not Really, Historians Say
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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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Dr. Lloyd back in Episcopal Church
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16 Years After Death of 9 Teen-Agers, Rail Bridge Opens
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FIGURE SKATING; Ukraine's Rising Star Sets Worlds Ablaze
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Shutdown or Less Service? M.T.A. Weighs 2 Options for L Train Project
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ART IN REVIEW; Laura Parnes
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Theater; Beyond a Black-and-White Lincoln
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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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Philip Crosby, 75, Developer Of the Zero-Defects Concept
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Donna Karan Steps Down, in Major Shift for Fashion
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When Youth Violence Spurred ‘Superpredator’ Fear
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Sean Parker Seeks a New Approach to Charity
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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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Jessica Knoll Reveals the Rape Behind Her Novel, ‘Luckiest Girl Alive’
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A Gift to New York, in Time for the Pope
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D.A. Still Looking Into Everett Abuse Case
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Walter Bonatti, Daring Italian Mountaineer, Dies at 81
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Can Kristen Wiig Turn on the Charm?
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A Ukrainian Kleptocrat Wants His Money and U.S. Asylum
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Janet Jackson Adopts a New Attitude: Concern
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THEATER; You Saw The Show, Now Read The E-Mail
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Gymnast Moceanu Gets Order of Protection Against Father
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Retired Pope’s Endorsement of Mexican Shoes Tops All Others
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David Cesarani, Holocaust Historian and Eichmann Biographer, Dies at 58
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I. R. T. TO SKIP STOPS; Broadway Line to Speed Its Service in Rush Hours
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Wright Aide's Past Shocks Capitol
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Justin Kaplan, Prize-Winning Literary Biographer, Dies at 88
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New Service For Subways On West Side
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The Cake Eater
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SPY FOR CHINA FOUND SUFFOCATED IN PRISON, APPARENTLY A SUICIDE
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ART IN REVIEW; Marguerite Zorach -- A Life in Art
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Monuments From the Future
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Tommy Kono, Weight-Lifting Champion Raised in Internment Camp, Dies at 85
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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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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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India's Vultures Fall Prey to a Drug in the Cattle They Feed On
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Russia Is Ousted From Group of 8 by U.S. and Allies
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Guido Westerwelle Dies at 54; German Foreign Minister Opposed Libya Incursion
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Rape Worn Not on a Sleeve, but Right Over the Heart
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Golden Rice: Lifesaver?
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43 Premieres for One Work
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Newsmax, a Compass for Conservative Politics
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Voters, in a First, Shut Down Nuclear Reactor
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Bus Route Is Extended
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Going Gaga for Ohad Naharin
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Press Film Star For Taylor Clew; Police Conduct 'Long And Grueling' Examination, Working on Jealousy Motive. Mabel Normand Speaks Tells Reporters Affection For Slain Director Was Based on Comradeship, Not 'Love.'
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Introducing Donald Trump, Diplomat
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‘My Long Trip Home,’ by Mark Whitaker - Review
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Mexico City Journal;The Poet's Medallion: A Case of Finders Keepers?
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PRIVATE SECTOR; Behind the Labor Peace at Ford
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Hillary Clinton Takes a Step to the Left on Health Care
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Q & A with Stuart Elliott
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High Court in Serbia Clears Way For a Challenge to the President
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John Oliver Sells Out of 'Make Donald Drumpf Again' Caps
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Mervyn LeRoy, 86, Dies; Director and Producer
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The Agency
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North Carolina: Jobless Benefits Are Cut
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U.S. Repatriates Moroccan From Guantánamo, and Approves a Kuwaiti’s Transfer
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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
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Health Bill for 9/11 Workers Is Passed by Congress
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A Tribute to Lieut. Edward Lea
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On the Trail of Chelsea Clinton’s Wedding
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The Boxing Ring As a Parable On Manhood
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The Days and Nights of Juleanna Weiss
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High-Speed Rail Investment Should Focus on Acela
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Lessons in Iceman's Prehistoric Medicine Kit
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COMPANY NEWS; CENTURY TELEPHONE TO SELL ALASKA OPERATIONS
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Topics of the Times
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Identity Stolen? Take a Number
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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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THE MEDIA BUSINESS;Radio Broadcasters Shift Stations in 2 Deals
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R. L. Burnside, 78, Master of Raw Mississippi Blues, Dies
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Donald Trump Sets Conditions for Defending NATO Allies Against Attack
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The V838 Monocerotis Star Still Has Astronomers’ Heads Exploding
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Online Talk, Suicides and a Thorny Court Case
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New York’s Air Is Cleanest in 50 Years, Survey Finds
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Irena Sendler, Lifeline to Young Jews, Is Dead at 98
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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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SCIENTIST AT WORK: Benjamin S. Carson; For Many, Pediatric Neurosurgeon Is a Folk Hero
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Google’s Street View Takes Armchair Climbers Up El Capitan
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Diller Takes the Prize for Highest Paid
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80 NAMED AS RECIPIENTS OF ELLIS ISLAND AWARDS
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Herbert S. Zim Is Dead at 85; Wrote Children's Science Books
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Archrival Is Freed as Ukraine Leader Flees
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2 Die as Army Plane Hits Lick Observatory, Damaging Offices and Destroying Records
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Death of Admiral's Son Explained by Coroner
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Mr. Trump’s Wild Ride
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Elizabeth Strout's ‘My Name Is Lucy Barton’
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Supreme Court Ruling Makes Same-Sex Marriage a Right Nationwide
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The Big Gay Sketch Show
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Why The Bronx?
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Political Consultants and Strategists - Presidential Election of 2008 - John McCain - Terry Nelson
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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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Back to Tennessee Williams's Surreal Road
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The Men Who Made the Sun Rise
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Endless Trails To Open Water
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The Great White Hope
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The Pen Is Mightier Than the Lock
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LESBIAN ORDAINED EPISCOPAL PRIEST
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Valeant’s Drug Price Strategy Enriches It, but Infuriates Patients and Lawmakers
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Maya Angelou's Harlem Home for Sale
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Michigan Revives Plan for Highway to Skirt Detroit
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India's 'Guru Busters' Debunk All That's Mystical
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Stephanie Cutter
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The Naderites of the Other Side
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Fracture - Movie - Review
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Donald Trump’s Appeal to Russia Shocks Foreign Policy Experts
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Aaron Douglas Paintings Go to the Met and the National Gallery
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IN DEATH, ZHOU ENLAI IS STILL BELOVED
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After Frida
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'Anna of All the Russias'
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The Region; Tales From Elsewhere: Entering the New Era Of Municipal Rule
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Prosper Marketplace Raises $165 Million in Latest Funding Round
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The Orphans of Invention
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Paid Notice: Deaths - STERNBERG, BEVERLY
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Full Report of the Litvinenko Inquiry
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TAMAR DE SOLO POOL, 90, AUTHOR AND FORMER HEAD OF HADASSAH
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Italy Approves Same-Sex Civil Unions
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Douglas Bernstein Weds Ellen Foley, Fellow Actor
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National Design Awards Announced
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Claude Nougaro, French Singer, Is Dead at 74
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Harold Pinter – Sleuth
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U.S. to Withdraw All Combat Forces From Saudi Arabia
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Study Shows College Degree's Value During Economic Downturn
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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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George Livanos, 70, a Giant In Greek Shipping Business
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Sorry, Einstein. Quantum Study Suggests ‘Spooky Action’ Is Real.
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Jacqueline du Pre, Noted Cellist, Is Dead at 42
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PASIDOMO DISCUSSES NEW ALBANY POST
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'Rabbit Redux'
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Fighting for Economic Equality
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How To Be a 'Woman Programmer'
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Pauline On My Mind
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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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Best-Of's and Reissues; Alanis Morissette
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Sophie Turner on ‘Game of Thrones,’ Sansa’s Evolution and Learning From Controversy
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A Queens Bar Has a Rich History but Lacks Status
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Pentagon Report on Fort Hood Details Failures
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Gen. Spinola's Funeral. The Body In New-York And Services To Be Held This Morning
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Detroit Will Spare Cemetery In an Airport Expansion Plan
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Positivity on the podium
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OFFICIAL CALLS IN PRESS AND KILLS HIMSELF
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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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Jon Krakauer's Missoula, About Rape in a College Town
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Video-Game Wars: Fighting It Out Off-Screen
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Agent Orange's Long Legacy, for Vietnam and Veterans
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Crowd-Sourced Producers for ‘Godspell’ on Broadway
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Newspaper Circulation Continues to Decline Rapidly
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Roland Emmerich’s ‘Stonewall’ Finds Controversy
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2 Million Blacks Not Counted, Head of Census Panel Asserts
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Our Decrepit Food Factories
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Art Installations Find Fertile Ground in Science Centers
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Sahabzada Yaqub Khan, Pakistani Diplomat, Dies at 95
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Lamborghini Goes to Chrylser
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GOODYEAR BUYS OUT GOLDSMITH
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Technology; The Computer Entering Home
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Urban Fiction Makes Its Way From Streets to Libraries
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'Amigos' Brings Hispanic Culture to TV
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'CRUEL CAMERA,' ABOUT ANIMAL ABUSE
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After 213 Years, A.M.E. Church Elects First Woman as a Bishop
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ART IN REVIEW; Judith Scott -- 'Cocoon'
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Caleb Carr: Rebuilding the Past in Words and Wood
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Florence King, Writer Who Wielded an Acerbic Wit, Dies at 80
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Truthiness Stages a Comeback
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Not Buying It
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