More Crew Members Detained in Korean Ferry Investigation
Three of the shipÃ¢ÂÂs mates and a chief engineer aboard the sunken ferry were detained on Monday, as divers continued to search for the missing.
Afghan Couple Find Idyllic Hide-Out in Mountains, but Not for Long
Mohammad Ali and Zakia, running from her family and the police, were welcomed into the home of distant relatives until their location was revealed.
Wizards 102, Bulls 93: Wizards Beat Bulls at Their Own Gritty Game
Led by NeneÃ¢ÂÂs 24 points, the Wizards erased a 13-point deficit against a team known for its toughness and seized a 1-0 series lead.
U.S. Promotes Network to Foil Digital Spying
The State Department and other agencies are spending millions to finance local systems, known as mesh networks, as more secure alternatives to the Internet.
Jeb BushÃ¢ÂÂs Rush to Make Money May Be Hurdle
Mr. BushÃ¢ÂÂs efforts to capitalize on his rÃÂ©sumÃÂ© and reputation have thrust him into situations that may prove challenging to explain should he mount a campaign for the presidency.
50 Years Into the War on Poverty, Hardship Hits Back
McDowell County, W.Va., has been a public face of hardship for more than a half-century. But today, it is burdened with a different, less tractable kind of poverty.
Photos Link Masked Men in East Ukraine to Russia
Descriptions from eastern Ukraine endorsed by the Obama administration suggest many of the mysteriously well-armed gunmen there are Russian military and intelligence forces.
Aracataca Journal: Magic Ebbs From Colombian Town That Informed an AuthorÃ¢ÂÂs Work
For Gabriel GarcÃÂa MÃÂ¡rquez, Aracataca served as the model for the fictitious town of Macondo in Ã¢ÂÂOne Hundred Years of Solitude.Ã¢ÂÂ For Cataqueros, it serves as home.
Ukrainian Gas Broker Faces Scrutiny
Dmytro Firtash has made billions brokering gas deals, but he now faces both a criminal indictment and a racketeering lawsuit in United States courts.
Health Law Fund-Raising Is Detailed
A Government Accountability Office report discussed how the Obama administration raised money from outside groups to promote enrollment in health insurance.
CaliforniaÃ¢ÂÂs Thirsting Farmland
California farmers have never relied only on rain. But given a prolonged drought and environmental regulations, the jockeying for water is becoming more intense.
Anti-Junta Myanmar Journalist Win Tin Dies at 85
Win Tin, a prominent journalist who became Myanmar's longest-serving political prisoner after challenging military rule by co-founding the National League for Democracy, died Monday, He was 85.
Errors Mounted as Chaos Ruled Capsizing Ferry
A portrait of chaos is emerging from crew members, survivors and a transcript of the vesselÃ¢ÂÂs final 40 minutes of communications with emergency dispatchers.
Starting in June, Ã¢ÂÂTodayÃ¢ÂÂ Will Simulcast on SiriusXM
NBC is announcing a deal with the satellite radio service that will bring all four hours of its franchise morning news show to radio.
In Silicon Valley Thriller, a Settlement May Preclude the Finale
Four leading tech companies are pushing to settle a class-action suit with several noteworthy angles, including questions over employee rights and the death of a programmer who helped set the case in motion.
After Everest Disaster, Sherpas Contemplate Strike
As the Sherpas, who put themselves at great risk to guide affluent clients up Mount Everest, mulled an unprecedented strike, some would-be climbers said their passion for the ascent was gone.
New Mayor and a New Agenda, but Little Change Within the Ranks
While Mayor Bill de Blasio continues to stock the top levels of his administration, city records show the next rung of crucial decision-makers are mostly holdovers from his predecessor.
San Bernardino Battles Calpers Pension Demands
After having declared bankruptcy, San Bernardino wants to make a deal with Calpers to reduce the amount of money it owes the pension system.
City Room: A Bright and Colorful Easter Sunday
New Yorkers across the city dressed to impress to celebrate Easter on a cheerful Sunday. Blooming trees, strollers on Fifth Avenue and Brooklyn churchgoers all looked grand under the gleaming sun.
Flyers 4, Rangers 2: Flyers Put End to One Skid and Keep Another One Going
The Rangers jumped to an early 2-0 lead, but the Flyers used the strong goaltending of Ray Emery and a second-period goal by Luke Schenn to even the series at 1-1.
A Lead Grows, but Runoff Is Likely in Afghan Race
The candidate Abdullah Abdullah widened his lead, but neither of the top contenders seemed to be on track to win more than 50 percent of the vote.
Pentagon Memo: ArmyÃ¢ÂÂs Ban on Some Popular Hairstyles Raises Ire of Black Female Soldiers
Black women in the Army have criticized new regulations banning twists, dreadlocks and large cornrows as showing a lack of understanding about black hair.
Sports of The Times: Carter Was a Fighter Who Stood His Ground
Rubin Carter led a fascinating life, one that can be used as a lesson to young athletes so consumed with attaining wealth and glory that they lose sight of forging an enduring legacy.
CriticÃ¢ÂÂs Notebook: Imagining a Streetcar Line Along the Waterfront
The vision of a streetcar route between Red Hook and Astoria would provide much-needed transit to areas where millennials and thousands of less affluent New Yorkers live.
Renoir Shows His True Colors
When conservators at the Art Institute of Chicago wanted to find the missing pigment in a portrait by Pierre-Auguste Renoir, they used laser light to reveal the original hues.
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