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Manhattan (New York City)

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  • Republican Rauner amasses ranchland in scenic West

     Republican Rauner amasses ranchland in scenic West
    Sitting between two snowcapped mountain ranges, with the Yellowstone River running through wide expanses of ranchland, Bruce Rauner's spread in Montana lies in the middle of one of the most awe-inspiring spots in the American West. While the...
  • Inquiry cites 'culture of violence' against teen inmates at Rikers Island

    A federal civil rights investigation concluded that adolescent male inmates at Rikers Island endured a "culture of violence" in one of New York's most historic and congested detention centers, the U.S. attorney in Manhattan announced Monday. The...
  • Two L.A.-area football players return to field after medical issues

     Two L.A.-area football players return to field after medical issues
    There should be confetti, party hats and maybe even cake to celebrate the return to football practice this week of running backs Leo Lambert III of Sherman Oaks Notre Dame and Malik Roberson of Gardena Serra after each sat out the 2013 season because of...
  • Liberals come late to the pot party

    Liberals come late to the pot party
    With the usual fanfare and self-regard we have come to expect from the New York Times editorial board, the prestigious paper has changed its mind about pot. It now believes that the federal ban on the substance should be lifted and that the whole issue...
  • Second American with Ebola to return to U.S. on Tuesday

    The second American aid worker who contracted the Ebola virus in West Africa was expected to arrive in Atlanta on Tuesday in serious condition, while a New York hospital on Monday was reportedly testing a man with symptoms of the deadly disease....
  • Second Ebola patient headed to U.S.; N.Y. tests possible victim

    Second Ebola patient headed to U.S.; N.Y. tests possible victim
    ATLANTA (Reuters) - The second American aid worker who contracted the Ebola virus in West Africa is expected to arrive in Atlanta on Tuesday in serious condition, while a New York hospital is testing a man with symptoms of the deadly disease. Mount...
  • Duchess of Cambridge wears McQueen to WWI commemoration

    Duchess of Cambridge wears McQueen to WWI commemoration
    The Duchess of Cambridge wore a cream-colored Alexander McQueen coat and a hat by Jane Taylor on Monday morning when she and her husband, Prince William, attended a ceremony in Liege, Belgium, marking the 100th anniversary of the start of World War I....
  • Sordid public corruption trial for Virginia ex-Gov. McDonnell, wife

    It is the kind of corruption case that would attract attention even from jaded voters in places like Illinois or Louisiana, with long-established records of shady government dealings. But for Virginians, who have enjoyed generations of relative purity...
  • Travel films & programs

    TRAVEL Slide show Tour operator Sheila Stone was 50 before she went abroad, and her talk is filled with all the things she now knows but wishes she had known then, including how to pack light and how to decide if going on a tour is right for you....
  • Books Inspiring Global Tours, Journeys

    Books Inspiring Global Tours, Journeys
    Book lovers who head out to visit authors' homes, museums and gravesites are part of a new chapter in travel called "literary tourism." Some focus their storied journeys on places and events featured in works of fiction, (think "Da Vinci Code" tours...
  • Minor White snaps into focus again in Getty Museum show

    Minor White snaps into focus again in Getty Museum show
    Is a revival of interest in the photographs of Minor White (1908-1976) worthwhile? Once, White's work was the epitome of all that art photography aspired to be. Since his death, however — and, actually, beginning several years before — his...