Parents and Families
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Twitter has demonstrated an ability to extract more ad revenue from each user, and it is adding products that let it sell ads in other companies’ apps.
If upheld, the decision by the National Labor Relations Board’s general counsel could upend employment practices in the fast-food industry and invite unionization.
Emily K. Rafferty, the first woman to serve as president of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, announced that she would step down in the spring of 2015.
While some countries, including the United States, refuse to pay ransoms, European ones do — inadvertently helping to bankroll Al Qaeda’s global operations.
Daniel J. Halloran III, a Queens Republican, was found guilty of bribery, conspiracy and other charges.
A three-judge panel ruled that in closing the clinic, the state would have shifted its constitutional obligations to neighboring states.
President Obama announced the action targeting more banks and a defense firm soon after the European Union imposed tough new sanctions against Russia over the conflict in Ukraine.
Separatists have been driven out of much of the 14-square-mile area where bodies and debris from the downed Malaysian plane fell.
Robert A. McDonald, the former chief executive of Procter & Gamble and West Point graduate, was confirmed 97 to 0.
Mr. Ventura, a former wrestler and Minnesota governor, had sued the estate of Chris Kyle, a former Navy SEAL, saying his book included passages about him that were defamatory.
Two New York City correction officers and a former officer were arrested and accused of bringing prescription pills, cocaine and other contraband into the jail, the authorities said.
The Russ & Daughters Cafe is modeled on the family’s 100-year-old Lower East Side store, but adds to and deviates from the original in inspired ways.
A theater critic imagines a clash of the greatest versions of Shakespeare’s melancholy prince, as portrayed by John Barrymore, Laurence Olivier, Richard Burton and others.
The settlement brings a significant change in the care and safety of current and former college athletes, including a $70 million medical monitoring fund and a new national protocol for head injuries.
In some ways, the new focus Uber and Airbnb are putting on business professionals is a risky maneuver as regulators have grown increasingly interested in how the services operate.
The singer demonstrates that you don’t have to create clothing trends to be a superstar.
House Republicans are proposing to spend $659 million to stem the surge of undocumented child migrants from Central America, a small fraction of the $3.7 billion President Obama seeks.
Airstrikes destroyed the home of a top Hamas leader and its media offices. Gaza’s only power plant also took a devastating hit.
Zhou Yongkang, who retired from the Politburo Standing Committee in late 2012, is the most senior Communist Party figure to face a formal corruption inquiry.
A poll finds 69 percent of Americans support child migrants from Central America staying if officials find that it is not safe for them to return to their home countries.