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Public Editor's Journal: Was Headline ‘Possibly’ Too Easy on Hillary Clinton?

Readers complain that former secretary of state clear broke the law, not ‘possibly’ broke the ‘rules’








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M. Stanton Evans, Pioneer of Conservative Movement, Dies at 80

At 26, Mr. Evans drafted the statement of principles upon which Young Americans for Freedom, the first substantial national conservative organization, was created.








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Justice Department Finds Pattern of Police Bias and Excessive Force in Ferguson

A report, which says Ferguson officials made racist jokes about blacks on their city email accounts, concludes that officers made unjustified traffic stops for years.








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Netanyahu, in Speech to Congress, Criticizes ‘Bad Deal’ on Iran Nuclear Program

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel said that negotiations over Iran’s nuclear program were proceeding on a false hope that Iran is acting in good faith.








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8 Men, 10 Women Jurors Chosen in Boston Marathon Bombing Trial

Opening statements are to begin on Wednesday in a trial that is expected to last through June. The jurors will not know until the end of the trial which 12 members will take part in deliberations and who will be alternates.


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Restaurants: Restaurant Review: Via Carota in the West Village

The chefs Jody Williams and Rita Sodi, partners in business and domestic affairs, are the owners and chefs of Via Carota in Greenwich Village.


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Young Players Write New History as Baseball Returns to N.Y.U.

The New York University program, dropped after the 1974 season, is dependent on a roster made up largely of freshmen that is building for the future.


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California Homes Raided in Federal Crackdown on Chinese ‘Birth Tourism’

The raids were part of an inquiry into an industry that helps pregnant Chinese women travel to the United States to deliver babies who will have American citizenship.


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Netanyahu’s Full Speech Before Congress

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel delivered a speech at a joint meeting of Congress on Tuesday, outlining his case for a tougher strategy in a nuclear deal with Iran.








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Petraeus Reaches Plea Deal Over Giving Classified Data to Lover

The move allows David H. Petraeus, the best-known military commander of his generation, to avoid a high-profile trial where embarrassing details about his affair would have been made public.








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Rahm Emanuel’s Record on Schools Proves a Defining Point for Chicago Runoff

As Mayor Rahm Emanuel of Chicago faces an unexpected runoff election, it is his education agenda that threatens his political future.


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Latest News: Benjamin Netanyahu, John Kerry, Hillary Clinton

Here’s what you need to know to start your day.








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House, in Reversal, Will Vote on Year’s Funding for Homeland Security

The move by Speaker John A. Boehner, surprising in its timing, would avert a partial shutdown of the Department of Homeland Security but was likely to inflame conservatives.








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Obama Strategy in Health Law Case: Have No Backup

Legal experts say the White House is savvy to make sure the Supreme Court knows there would be no safety net for up to 7.5 million who could lose insurance subsidies.


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City Room: New York Today: Boys of Spring

Tuesday: The Yankees and Mets get set to play ball, a snowy evening, and a brief display of Hurricane Sandy artifacts.








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Iraqi Forces Press Tikrit Offensive Against ISIS

Military officials said their forces were just south of Tikrit and advancing slowly after freeing 13 police officers held by Islamic State fighters.


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Execution of Georgia Woman Is Postponed Indefinitely

The execution of Kelly R. Gissendaner, convicted of having her husband murdered, was put off after officials noticed some of the drugs to be used appeared cloudy.








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In Fact and Fiction, Mayor de Blasio Becomes a TV Fixture

New York City’s leader has taken charge of shaping his on-air persona in what has become a rite of passage for the nation’s most prominent politicians.


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In Tehran, Too, Netanyahu’s Speech Finds an Eager Audience

Many in Iran have been awaiting the address by the Israeli prime minister to Congress because they say they hope his blunt approach will turn American public opinion against him.


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Netanyahu’s Speech: Highlights and Reaction