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Black Bear Kills Rutgers Student During a Hike in New Jersey

Darsh Patel, 22, and four friends were in the Apshawa Preserve in West Milford when the animal began to follow them, the authorities said.








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HealthCare.gov Website Is Given Overhaul

Federal health officials said the shorter application on HealthCare.gov has fewer pages and questions, fewer screens to navigate, and allows people to sign up with fewer clicks of a computer mouse.








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Public Editor's Journal: An Article on Shonda Rhimes Rightly Causes a Furor

The article intended to praise the TV producer, but it insulted black women instead.








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Met’s Opening Night Draws Protests Over ‘Klinghoffer’

Several hundred protesters gathered outside the Met on Monday for a noisy demonstration calling for it to cancel its performances of John Adams’s “The Death of Klinghoffer.”


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U.S. Acts to Curb Moves Overseas to Avoid Taxes

The administration announced rules to make it harder for United States companies to relocate overseas to gain tax benefits.








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A History of the United Nations in Pictures


White House Intruder Had Weapons and Ammunition in His Car

Omar Gonzalez was arrested by Virginia State Police after a chase and found with several loaded automatic weapons and a map of Washington with a line drawn to the White House.








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3 Missing Afghan Soldiers Turn Up at Canadian Border

The soldiers who were visiting the United States for a training exercise had disappeared on Saturday, and may have been trying to defect.








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Steve Bisciotti Says Ravens Did Not Seek Leniency for Ray Rice

Bisciotti, the team’s owner, on Monday denied many central elements of last week’s ESPN article about the Ravens’ handling of the Rice incident.


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Apple Sells 10 Million New iPhones in First Weekend

The strong demand for Apple’s iPhone 6 and 6 Plus mirrors growing consumer interest in smartphones with bigger screens.


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Arab Bank Liable for Supporting Terrorist Efforts, Jury Finds

The closely watched case in New York City was the first civil case brought against a bank under the Anti-Terrorism Act to go to trial, and the verdict was expected to have a broad impact.


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Sierra Leone, Liberia Brace for New Ebola Cases

Officials said more than 1 million households were checked for Ebola patients and given information on the deadly disease during an unprecedented nationwide shutdown.








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Global Warming Concerns Grow

More than half of Americans said global warming was caused by human behavior, the highest level ever recorded by The New York Times/CBS News poll.


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Bits Blog: Amazon Workers Walk Off the Job in Germany Over Wage Dispute

A total of 2,000 workers refused to show up for their shifts on Monday in an effort to force Amazon to accept an agreement in line with other retailers.


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A Mother in Jail for Helping Her Daughter Have an Abortion

An exclusive interview with Jennifer Whalen, who is serving time for ordering pills online for her 16-year-old daughter to induce a miscarriage.








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Nature in the Balance: For Polar Bears, a Climate Change Twist

In a situation similar to many around the world, global warming gave polar bears less time to hunt seals, leading to a harmful chain reaction.


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Rabbis Find Talk of Israel and Gaza a Sure Way to Draw Congregants’ Wrath

Israel’s occupation of Arab lands and its standoff with the Palestinians have become so divisive that many rabbis say it is impossible to have a civil conversation about Israel in their synagogues.


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Despite Airstrikes, ISIS Appears to Hold Its Ground in Iraq

After six weeks of Western air support, Iraqi forces have scarcely budged Islamic State fighters from their hold on more than a quarter of the country.








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Pennsylvania State Police Say They Are Close to Capturing Suspect in Troopers’ Shooting

Hunting for a self-taught survivalist in the rugged countryside of the Pocono Mountains.


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Study Confirms Criticism of Big Bang Finding

Astronomers who say they detected ripples from the Big Bang appear to have underestimated the extent to which interstellar dust could have contaminated their results.


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