As Enrique Peņa Nieto prepares to reboot his presidency, the Mexican economy is being pummeled by forces beyond the government?s control. read more
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Kim Davis, the clerk of Rowan County, Ky., has drawn scorn and praise for her opposition to same-sex marriage. read more
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As with the Greek debt crisis, Germany once again finds itself compelled or condemned to lead by its wealth and size, and by the lack of leadership e read more
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When Oliver Sacks, the neurologist and author, died of a cancer, Times readers took to the online comments section of his obituary to share what he m read more
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The state has a large poor and unhealthy population, with high rates of unintended pregnancies, a shortage of health professionals and too few who wi read more
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People flooding into Europe, and an inability to accommodate them in an organized way, may be starting to fray a commitment to erase old borders. read more
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Starting Tuesday, most cab owners will be required to switch to the Nissan NV200, known as the Taxi of Tomorrow, when they retire their cabs. read more
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Some companies are starting to change their dubious policies, but unpredictable scheduling is still widespread. read more
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Financial firms are looking at the network and software that make it possible for Bitcoin to move around the world instantly and inexpensively. read more
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When Turkey invaded in 1974, troops found a resort suburb empty after its mainly Greek Cypriot residents fled, and they sealed it off with barbed wir read more
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