A take on a Flemish carbonnade, this stew is braised in Belgian ale, which cuts through the sweetness of the golden-brown onions. read more
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Shareholders sometimes bristle at rules enforced by co-op boards, but if a board oversteps or works against owner interests, there is little recourse read more
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The discussion came up at a trial for the mayor of Allentown, Pa., who faces fraud, bribery and conspiracy charges. read more
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Trained as an industrial designer and sculptor, Mr. Castle fashioned whimsical furnishings from wood and metal. But his favorite tool was a pencil. read more
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A full list of elections for the House and Senate, including which races matter most for congressional control. read more
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When a French supermarket chain announced a promotion on the chocolate-and-hazelnut spread, Black Friday-like scenes ensued all over the country. read more
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Jim Yong Kim, the World Bank?s president, is trying to revitalize a hidebound institution. But his embrace of Wall Street is controversial. read more
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?Scenes From the Collection? at the Jewish Museum puts visual art, not just history, at the museum?s heart. read more
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With nearly 1,200 students signed up, a course that tells students how to lead more satisfying lives may be the largest in university history. read more
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