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  • Some Hamptons villages seek limits on new construction

    Mansions are as synonymous with the Hamptons as cocktail parties, manicured lawns and white sandy beaches. But some in tony villages on eastern Long Island are looking to slow down, or even stop, a growing trend of building ever-larger homes on small...
  • Afghan fighters accuse Kabul of neglect in deadly battle with Taliban

    Afghan fighters accuse Kabul of neglect in deadly battle with Taliban
    With his weapon in one hand, Ibrahim answered his cellphone with the other. He was hoping the call would bring news of reinforcements for his Afghan Local Police post, which was under siege from hundreds of Taliban insurgents. But the caller was his...
  • China's move toward restricting foreign NGOs spurs anxiety in many organizations

    China's move toward restricting foreign NGOs spurs anxiety in many organizations
    When a massive earthquake struck Nepal in April, Chinese nongovernmental organizations rushed in to provide help, making camp on the grounds of the national palace museum and distributing water, food and tents. A Lions Club chapter in Guangdong province...
  • Letters: Kudos for less-traveled destinations, cemetery finds, more

    Thank you so much for your "A Fab Five" [June 28] articles on desirable destinations that are not yet overrun. I had the privilege of growing up in a missionary family in the 1950s who managed to take me on exciting travels when cruise lines carried...
  • Lakers are in denial of shrinking status in NBA

    Lakers are in denial of shrinking status in NBA
    The Lakers are no longer the Lakers. The basketball world knows it, their front office needs to own it, and the Buss children need to start acting like it if they have any chance of becoming the Lakers again. The Lakers are no longer the Lakers, and...
  • Scenario for Clippers to acquire Roy Hibbert appears unlikely

    Scenario for Clippers to acquire Roy Hibbert appears unlikely
    The Indiana Pacers have engaged the Dallas Mavericks in discussions about a three-way sign-and-trade agreement that would potentially bring former All-Star center Roy Hibbert to the Clippers, a league executive told The Times on Saturday, though the...
  • Regulators Promise Vigorous Review Of Aetna-Humana Deal

    Regulators Promise Vigorous Review Of Aetna-Humana Deal
    Now comes the waiting. Aetna Inc. and Humana Inc. have agreed to join forces. Before a merger can go through, however, regulators in Washington and in the states will have to evaluate the market impact and approve the marriage. First, the companies...
  • Here's why Reddit users have shut down sections of the popular site

    Here's why Reddit users have shut down sections of the popular site
    Some of San Francisco-based Reddit's most popular content remained hidden from its users on Friday as the heavily trafficked forum site's moderators staged a massive protest after the firing of an apparently beloved employee. The revolt (dubbed...
  • Police: Husband suspects affair, runs over man with truck

    An upstate New York man is behind bars after police say he ran over a 46-year-old man he thought his wife was having an affair with. The Times Herald-Record of Middletown reports (http://bit.ly/1dBtVZY ) it happened Tuesday when 46-year-old Vernon...
  • Police: 3-car crash injures 8 on upstate New York road

    Police say eight people have been injured in a three-car crash on an upstate New York road. The Times Herald-Record of Middletown reports (http://bit.ly/1CfQuPJ ) it happened Thursday afternoon on Route 42 between Fallsburg and Monticello in Sullivan...
  • Fire at Mt. Zion AME Church was natural, South Carolina officials say

    Fire at Mt. Zion AME Church was natural, South Carolina officials say
    The blaze that destroyed an historic black church in South Carolina this week left "no indicator of criminal intent" and may have been the result of a lightning strike, law enforcement officials said Thursday. The fire that tore through Mt. Zion African...