Two years after the standoff at the Malheur Refuge, many people in the region remain convinced that their way of life is being trampled. read more
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Microsoft?s Windows 10 can be set to warn about or block programs downloaded from the web, but you are not restricted to the Windows App Store. read more
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Many colleges offer discounts via a system that?s come to be known as merit aid. But it?s not easy to decipher, as a trip to four schools reveals. read more
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We?re looking for five new voices to be contributors for The Edit, a New York Times newsletter for students and people early in their careers. read more
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New York City?s water system moves over a billion gallons a day, nearly all of it unfiltered. A major investment aims to keep it that way. read more
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Representative Patrick Meehan, a Republican member of the House Ethics Committee, used taxpayer money to pay a former aide who had seen him as a fath read more
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A small movement with an ungainly name, cohousing, is appealing to more people of retirement age ? and younger ? who no longer want to be isolated. read more
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A captivating and often polarizing writer, Mr. Lester traveled through a labyrinth of religious and ethnic identities, including a conversion to Juda read more
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Researchers reported Thursday that 2017 average global temperatures are just below the record set in 2016. The result was surprising because there wa read more
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The list released Thursday leaned toward cities in the Midwest and on the East Coast, and away from the tech-saturated hubs of the West Coast. read more
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