Lelisa Desisa and Caroline Rotich Win Boston Marathon
Desisa of Ethiopia won the menÃ¢ÂÂs race for the second time in three years while Rotich, a Kenyan, edged Mare Dibaba of Ethiopia in the final stretch to win the womenÃ¢ÂÂs race.
Baltimore Officials Promise Investigation Into Death of Man After His Arrest
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake vowed the city would conduct a thorough investigation after an apparently healthy 25-year-old black man died a week after he was arrested.
TeachersÃ¢ÂÂ Unions Reasserting Themselves With Push Against Standardized Testing
Often painted as obstacles to improving schools, the unions now find common ground with conservative leaders and education reform advocates.
Lens Blog: Scenes From the Ebola Crisis Earn Photography Pulitzer
Daniel BerehulakÃ¢ÂÂs coverage of the Ebola crisis in West Africa for The New York Times earned him the Pulitzer Prize for feature photography.
First Draft: Kochs Signal Support for Scott Walker
Charles G. and David H. Koch, the influential and big-spending conservative donors, have a favorite in the race for the Republican nomination: Gov. Scott Walker of Wisconsin.
Upbeat Cuomo Arrives in Cuba, Seeking Trade and Recalling His Father
On the flight to Havana, the governor waxed on about his fatherÃ¢ÂÂs relationship with Fidel Castro and spoke optimistically about future trade possibilities with Cuba.
2015 Pulitzer Winners: Charleston, S.C., Paper Wins Public Service Prize; New York Times Wins 3
The Post and Courier won its award for a series on domestic abuse; two of The New York TimesÃ¢ÂÂs awards were for its Ebola coverage.
Europe Is Expected to Charge Gazprom in Antitrust Case
Gazprom is accused of abusing its dominance in natural gas markets, and countries like Lithuania and the United States have been pushing for a crackdown.
Ã¢ÂÂPoor DoorÃ¢ÂÂ Building Draws 88,000 Applicants for 55 Rental Units
Applications at 470 West 62nd Street, which drew heavy criticism for its separate entrances, could surpass 90,000 by the time the submission period ends Monday.
Europe Considers Response as Hundreds of Migrants Die in Mediterranean Sinkings
The European Union met in Luxembourg Monday to discuss the disasters as rescuers scrambled to find survivors after ships sank Saturday and early Sunday.
6 Somali-Americans Arrested in ISIS Recruiting Case
Federal authorities said they had broken up a recruitment ring for the terrorist group in Minnesota, arresting six young men who tried for months to travel to Syria.
Tim Tebow Appears Set to Join a Crowd of Eagles Quarterbacks
Reports that the Philadelphia Eagles are about to sign Tim Tebow raise the question: Just how many quarterbacks do the Eagles need?
Carl Heastie, New York Assembly Speaker, Benefited From MotherÃ¢ÂÂs Embezzling
The episode, which unfolded through an unusual string of legal lapses, casts new light on the Bronx DemocratÃ¢ÂÂs claims of being a reformer in state government.
Latest News: Migrant Crisis, Ã¢ÂÂClinton Cash,Ã¢ÂÂ National Weed Day
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Recipe Lab: Conquering the Fear of Cooking Fish
Even in an apartment, chefs say, you can prepare fish successfully without lingering odors. (Article plus video.)
New Law to Strip Social Security Numbers From Medicare Cards
After years of warnings about the risk of theft, a new way to identify beneficiaries will be devised under a broader measure signed last week.
Tartine Expansion Plans Include New York
The San Francisco bakery has merged with Blue Bottle Coffee and will open in Tokyo and Los Angeles this year. The company is scouting locations for a New York bakery in 2016.
City Room: New York Today: Reefer Sanity
Monday: ItÃ¢ÂÂs four-twenty, rain and more rain, and religious freedom in New York.
Morgan Stanley Profit Jumps on Higher Trading Revenue
Executives have been pushing to make the bank less reliant on its trading operations, but the results underscore how important they still are.
Explosion Rips Through Homes in YemenÃ¢ÂÂs Capital After Airstrike
An assault by a Saudi-led military coalition set off a huge blast that flattened homes in Sana, part of a campaign against Houthi rebels in the country.
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