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Brendan O’Hare imagines what Balzac was thinking after he drank all that coffee each day.
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The retailer plans to bring the service to 100 metro areas this year.
A look at the pet policies of some of America's major airlines.
You can buy investments in the checkout line.
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Same-day service will roll out to 100 metro markets by year-end.
Walmart will charge a flat fee of $9.95 for delivery and require a minimum order of $30 to access the service.
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His conspiracy theory "like" put a "target on my back," the 14-year-old tweeted.
The state Supreme Court announced Wednesday that it will decide whether law enforcement agencies in California can share the names of officers with histories of dishonesty or similar misconduct with prosecutors before the officers testify in criminal cases.
Go inside the secret 2014 list of hundreds of Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputies with histories of misconduct.
A major privacy rights fight between Microsoft Corp and the Justice Department reaches the Supreme Court this week, with the justices considering whether U.S. law allows prosecutors to compel technology companies to hand over data stored overseas.
In a case that could weaken the finances and political clout of organized labor, conservative U.S. Supreme Court justices on Monday indicated strong support for stopping millions of dollars in fees that non-members are forced to pay annually to unions representing public employees.
South Africa has rebuked an Australian minister for suggesting that white farmers were being persecuted and ought to be granted asylum to a “civilised country”.Peter Dutton, Australia’s immigration minister, said that visas should be fast-tracked on humanitarian grounds for those threatened by farm
An unexpected full-year loss, lower forecasts and news that it would spend an extra £50 million this year on expanding its delivery business had investors in Just Eat reaching for the indigestion pills yesterday. The company’s shares, which had risen by nearly 60 per cent over the past 12 months, s
S. K. Arora spent more than three years trudging through the Indian summer heat and monsoon rains to inspect tobacco kiosks across this sprawling megacity, tearing down cigarette advertisements and handing out fines to store owners for putting them up.
The planned summit between U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has raised a California son's hope that a meeting will lead to the release of his father, held nearly a year by the reclusive state, the son said on Sunday.
And the shares of some of the best industry performers are trading at relatively low valuations, writes Phil van Doorn.
She says a better female/male ratio would help eradicate workplace harassment.
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Jon Lee Anderson talks to Carmen Yulín Cruz, the mayor of San Juan, about Trump and relief efforts in Puerto Rico following Hurricane Maria.
Masha Gessen on L.G.B.T. persecution in Russia and Chechnya.
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Bernard Avishai writes about the E.U.’s new labelling requirements for Israeli goods.
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James Carroll examines the colonialist relationship between the United States and Puerto Rico in light of the recent devastation brought by Hurricane Maria.
Nathan Thrall writes about Donald Trump’s trip to the Middle East, and what his policy and persona could mean for the Israeli-Palestinian peace process.
Nine years ago, Teklit Michael fled Eritrea to avoid military conscription, survived a perilous journey across the Sinai peninsula and sought asylum in Israel.
Mutasim Ali, 29, an activist from Darfur who arrived in 2009, says he hopes decision is a turning point, but official says it isn't
Kayleen Schaefer on Huda Kattan, who has become the most popular beauty blogger in the Arab world.
Amy Davidson Sorkin on the latest version of Trump’s travel ban and on the now-on-hold oral arguments before the Supreme Court.
But Likud MK Yisrael Katz says he hopes corruption allegations against prime minister 'will pass'
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Crooked Sky Farms in an organic farm that lies in the shadow of Downtown Phoenix. Just a few miles away from the heart of this huge city, Frank Martin grows an array of organic produce with a mindset that differs from most other organic farms. Crooked Sky Farms to Phoenix supplies healthy, affordable food to residents.
The mass channel is struggling as shoppers buy lower-priced makeup in specialty channels and online.
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David Friedman says international community always intended for Israel to keep some of the land it seized in 1967
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