How a 21st-century Detroit navigates the dangers of regeneration is a particularly poignant question on the 50th anniversary of the 1967 Detroit race read more
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Confounded by work, politics or just too much digital activity, anxious New Yorkers are turning to crafts as a balm and a corrective. read more
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A growing body of evidence shows that college students generally learn less when they use computers or tablets during lectures. That is probably true read more
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The president?s changing story, which has stunned advisers, is part of a lifelong habit of attempting to create his own version of reality. read more
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Tommy Wiseau has made his peace with the cult status of his drama, er, comedy ?The Room,? the subject of James Franco?s new film, ?The Disaster Artis read more
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As Republican lawmakers returned to Washington determined to pass their tax overhaul, senators were in talks to resolve concerns that could bedevil t read more
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A young Frenchwoman has made an internet plea to clear her name and counter threats, opening a debate about sexual assault in the Arab world. read more
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A songwriter?s six-train, 8,980-mile cross-country journey reminds him that slowing down, logging off and meeting strangers is an antidote to pessimi read more
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African-Americans are going meatless in growing numbers, for reasons that range from politics to pop culture. read more
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Proposals being considered would make it hard for these important organizations to do their work. read more
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The Thai capital has always been rich in reptiles, but wet weather and urban growth are creating more snake-on-human encounters of an unpleasant kind read more
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