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3 hrs ago | Washington Times
New York Times columnist David Brooks said Sunday that he believes President Obama's foreign policy isn't "tough enough" and that he has a "manhood problem" when it comes to dealing with leaders such as Russian President Vladimir Putin and Syrian President Bashar Assad.
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7 hrs ago | Examiner.com
"The truth will out." Even a liberal rag like the New York Times will suffer a pang of conscience every now and then that forces them to publish the facts in place of left-leaning opinion, if only for a fleeting moment.
11 hrs ago | El Paso Times
Noemi Alvarez Quillay took the first steps of the 6,500-mile journey to New York City from the southern highlands of Ecuador on Tuesday, Feb. 4, after darkness fell.
An undated handout photo of the Stradivarius violin, valued at $5 million, stolen from Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra Concertmaster Frank Almond on Jan. 27, 2014.
Those experts probably do not live in a city like Miami Beach, Fla. where, according to a New York Times article by Shaila Dewan , average rents chomp 43 percent of typical household incomes.
A real estate agent shows a client around Caribbean Condominiums, where a luxury condo is renting for $7,000 a month, in Miami Beach.
Rodolfo Sanchez is accused of tailgating other, paying drivers as they entered the bridge so he could pass the toll plaza before the gates dropped, the Queens District Attorney's office said.
Mule-drawn carriages are a New Orleans landmark as much as Jackson Square and St. Louis Cathedral.
Criticize James Franco at your own peril. The actor did not take kindly to The New York Times' lukewarm review of his new Broadway play, Of Mice and Men , and he let the world know about it on Instagram.
The landlord of an East Village art gallery and its former owner are reportedly fighting each other for ownership of a painted wall within the structure.
Court-ordered deportations decreased by 43 percent between the 2009 and 2013 fiscal years, according to new Department of Justice data released Wednesday.
Rosie O'Donnell has shed nearly 50 pounds in recent months - and she's posted a picture on Twitter to prove it.
I'll follow this all day, but for now: A big controversy--although, one has to admit, not a total surprise, given the paper's history of coverage in that country--will surely build as The New York Times late yesterday finally admitted, briefly and offhand, that it agreed to gag orders in Israeli in exchange for press credentials.
We see successful celebrity ventures all the time, but stars aren't immune to dismal profit margins - quite the opposite.
UPDATE: April 17, 7:05 pm ET: General Mills says a New York Times report cited in an earlier version of this story incorrectly stated that the company's legal policy change prevents consumers from suing the company if they like any of the company's brands on Facebook.
I attended a screening with a Q and A of "for No Good Reason" by the L A Times Indie Series at the Sundance Cinemas in West Hollywood.