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Official: Al-Shabab Siege at Somali Hotel Ends, 21 Dead

Blood spattered utensils, bullet-pocked walls and overturned chairs mark the reception area of a prominent hotel in the Somali capital following an attack by Islamic extremists that killed at least 21, including six attackers.








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Cause of East Village Blast May Have Been Improper Use of a Gas Line

Mayor Bill de Blasio said “a variety of sources” led city officials to believe the explosion might be linked to people “inappropriately” accessing the line that fed gas into one of the buildings.








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Nigeria Votes in Sharply Contested Presidential Election

The election wound down to a tense conclusion on Saturday amid fears that a polarized electorate would clash regardless of the outcome in a country split on religious, ethnic and sectional lines.








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Saudi Arabia Evacuates Diplomats From Yemeni City as Houthi Advance Continues

Saudi Arabia said its navy had moved Arab and Western diplomats out of the port city of Aden, as its coalition conducted a third day of air strikes.








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In Brazilian Prison, Some Inmates Get Therapy With Hallucinogenic Tea

The provision of ayahuasca, a psychedelic brew used in the Amazon basin for centuries, to inmates on short furloughs reflects a quest to ease pressure on Brazil’s prison system.








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Ellen Pao Loses Silicon Valley Bias Case Against Kleiner Perkins

A jury rejected allegations of gender discrimination against the venture capital firm, after a hitch caused the judge to order further deliberations.








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Rod Hundley, an Outsize Personality on and Off the Court, Dies at 80

Hundley, known as Hot Rod, parlayed showmanship on the court with flair at the microphone to become a fan favorite for more than half a century, including many years as a broadcaster for the N.B.A.’s Jazz.








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Nets 106, Cavaliers 98: Nets, Playing for a Playoff Spot, Grab a Win

The Nets served a jolt to the Cleveland Cavaliers on Friday night, beating them, 106-98, in front of a sellout crowd at Barclays Center.








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With Little Notice, Citi Bike Is Suspended for the Weekend

Citi Bike sent an email to its members around 5 p.m. on Friday, announcing the suspension of service on Saturday and Sunday for maintenance work.








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State of the Art: Ellen Pao Disrupts How Silicon Valley Does Business

While the verdict on Friday was a defeat for Ms. Pao, the trial has blown open a conversation about the status of women in an industry that has always been buttoned up about its shortcomings.








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Beliefs: Catholics on Left and Right Find Common Ground Opposing Death Penalty

On March 5, two liberal and two conservative publications shared an editorial supporting the Roman Catholic church’s opposition to executions. On other issues, like same-sex marriage and abortion, gaps remain.








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Wealth Matters: As the Economy Awakens, Thoughts Turn to Dream Houses

Luxury building is again booming in the traditionally high-end parts of the country, like the Hamptons, as the economy continues to show healthy signs.








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Healing Fire in Londonderry: The Temple Was Built to Burn

Burning a 75-foot-tall pagan temple in a Republican Catholic enclave on the loyalist Protestant side of Londonderry seemed to many like a bad idea.








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Family Members of Two Missing Men Keep Vigils While Scouring New York Hospitals

Two people were unaccounted for after the collapse of three buildings in the East Village.


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Indiana Law Denounced as Invitation to Discriminate Against Gays

A measure described as protecting religious freedom was assailed by political and business leaders because it could allow businesses to refuse service to gay couples.








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No Copies of Clinton Emails on Server, Lawyer Says

The House Select Committee on Benghazi had subpoenaed the server to determine which Hillary Rodham Clinton emails were personal and which were government records.








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At Least 2 People Missing After Explosion in Lower Manhattan

Mayor Bill de Blasio warned that the investigation into the cause of the East Village fire was in its early stages, but said “there is a possibility that the gas line was inappropriately accessed.”








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Shiite Militias in Iraq Back Off Boycott Over U.S. Strikes on ISIS

A message of support from Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani, a religious leader in Iraq, apparently has the militias cooperating with the role of the United States.








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Yellen Says Fed Will Increase Rates Slowly

The return to normalcy in monetary policy will be prolonged, the Fed chairwoman said, because the American economy remains fragile.


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Owners of Restaurants Destroyed in East Village Explosion Mourn Their Losses

Three food shops on Second Avenue in the East Village destroyed in an explosion on Thursday were a microcosm of New York City.


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