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Deal Is Said to Be Near to Expand Bike Sharing in New York
Fighting in Gaza Falls Sharply on Muslim Holiday
Outside Money Drives a Deluge of Political Ads
Despite Gains, Hamas Sees a Fight for Its Existence and Presses Ahead
Bob McDonnell’s Corruption Trial in Virginia Symbolizes Growing Political Partisanship
Busy morning? Here's what you need to know to start your day.
Critic’s Notebook: A Case of Retro TV Overload
Pregnancy for Pay: A Surrogacy Agency That Delivered Heartache
Dollar Tree Buying Family Dollar for $8.5 Billion
Yukos Shareholders Awarded About $50 Billion in Court Ruling
Is Poetry Dead? Not if 45 Official Laureates Are Any Indication
City Room: New York Today: Happy Eid
Fear of Ebola Breeds a Terror of Physicians
In Path of Falcons’ New Stadium, Atlanta Church Awaits Demolition
Balancing Special-Education Needs With Rising Costs
Sharks in Cape Cod Town Draw Tourists, Flipping the ‘Jaws’ Script
RT @nytopinion: David Grossman: How on earth can it be that we have been suffocating together inside this bubble for over a century?
RT @nytopinion: דויד גרוסמן: איך ייתכן, לעזאזל, שכבר למעלה ממאה שנה אנחנו נחנקים ביחד בתוך הבועה הזאת?
Big City: On the Upper West Side, a House Divided by Income
With Huge Sums in Play, FIFA Sponsors Are Reluctant to Push Reforms
With Rent Up, It’s Quittin’ Time for a Honky-Tonk
Netflix Bolsters Offerings in Documentary Genre
The Working Life: In Coney Island, Weaving a Confection That Tastes Like Long-Ago Summers
Chris Pratt has transcended Andy Dwyer to play leading men in films like "Guardians of the Galaxy'
Lightning Kills One and Injures 13 in Southern California
This doctor believes exercise is the best medicine and he wants everyone to take it all the time
It's time to take stock of the life of James Brown
Kerry Finds Even a Truce in Gaza Is Hard to Win
A bad year for the music industry has helped Weird Al Yankovic make it to the top of the charts
The closing of the last Kim's Video is a tale of a downtown NYC culture now largely lost
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