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An on-again, off-again schedule to deployment is hard on all of us. In a weak moment, I told my husband that it was easier when he’s gone, and I regretted it instantly.
Here are several paragraphs from a Dec. 13 article, “At Jingle Ball, Women in Charge.” Can you choose the best word for each blank?
This word has appeared in 10 New York Times articles in the past year.
A study hosted by Stanford University will examine impacts on society, including on the economy, war and crime.
How can women who say they have been raped be treated supportively and sensitively while their accounts are investigated and the accused get fair treatment?
Join me and New England Center for Investigative Reporting’s Elizabeth Daley, along with experts Dr. Kecia Gaither and Athena Cherry this afternoon, Dec. 15, 2014, from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. Eastern time, for a live chat about the reliability of prenatal screenings.
An investigative report found that doctors and patients are misinterpreting new prenatal tests and failing to understand how often a positive screen can be a false alarm.
A study published online Monday in the journal Pediatrics seems to add to the evidence that e-cigarettes are doing more to promote nicotine use than to help people quit.
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While a state monitor recently accused the East Ramapo school board of mismanagement that favored its yeshivas, New York’s formula gives the public schools below-average state aid.
It’s been more than four months since my sister took her own life, and I still haven’t spoken with my 12-year-old daughter about it.
The women’s college is considering adopting a formal admissions policy as it and other single-sex schools grapple with shifting notions of gender.
Jessica Bibliowicz will become chairwoman of the Cornell Weill Medical College, effective Jan. 1. Her father, Sanford I. Weill, has been chairman for two decades.
American customers are limited to one set per household.
Mott Hall Bridges Academy, a public middle school in Brownsville, Brooklyn, the poorest neighborhood in New York City, is seen by many as a safe zone in a crime-plagued area, and a gateway out of generational poverty.
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