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Police are treating the recent death of Justice Sheila Abdus-Salaam, the first African-American woman to serve on the highest court in New York, as "suspicious," officials said this week. Abdus-Salaam...
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When U.S. officials claimed two weeks ago that an American aircraft carrier was heading toward waters near North Korea, it was actually sailing in the opposite direction, The New York Times and Defens...
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Strong supporter of the European Union is targeted by hackers in the French presidential campaign.
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During the 2012 election, Republicans who hated the daily onslaught of polling showing that Mitt Romney was headed toward a comfortable defeat turned to Dean Chambers, the man who launched the website...
Just because you know something is coming, that doesn't make it any easier. In this case, we're talking, of course, about the day the Obamas officially leave the White House. It's hard to pinpoint one...
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The New York Times published a story Wednesday based on the accounts of two women who came forward with claims that Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump had "touched them inappropriately." Hou...
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In Michiko Kakutani's recent review of a new Adolf Hitler biography, she doesn't once mention Donald Trump, the Republican Party, or the current election. At least not in so many words. As many New Yo...
This post originally appeared on National Geographic. It's been a tough summer for many Muslim women in France who want to go to the beach. Even though France's highest court ruled that beaches co...