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3 hrs ago | VDARE
From the New York Times Magazine , a long article about how the Japanese have revolutionized the teaching of math in their schools using brilliant progressive methodologies invented in America.
8 hrs ago | RedState
After American authorities canceled flights to Israel's Ben Gurion airport, the rest of the West quickly followed suit.
10 hrs ago | Townhall
Well, it seems "Papergate" just ensnared Montana Democratic Senator John Walsh. Mr. Walsh was appointed by Gov. Steve Bullock to replace outgoing Sen. Max Baucus, who decided to become the Obama administration's Ambassador to China.
11 hrs ago | Mediaite.com
Today, Ann Coulter took to Twitter to emote very strongly at Catholic figures who spoke out in favor of amnesty towards migrant children currently stuck at the U.S.-Mexico border and, in the meantime, fell in love with the capslock button.
14 hrs ago | Reuters
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo speaks during a news conference to announce a tentative contract agreement in Midtown Manhattan in New York July 17, 2014.
17 hrs ago | FishBowl
After a long run in Los Angeles, veteran journalist and editor Maria Russo is headed back to New York City.
17 hrs ago | Forbes.com
I do, of course, jest in part. But there is at least a quiet satisfaction at seeing the New York Times getting it right on the problems with pharmaceutical development.
19 hrs ago | The New York Observer
When Adolph S. Ochs purchased The New York Times in 1896 he pledged "intelligent discussion from all shades of opinion."
21 hrs ago | BBC News
US Senator Charles Schumer is known as a bare-knuckle political brawler. The third-ranking Democrat in the Senate and former chair of the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee, whose job it was to help his party win Senate seats, he has never been known to shy away from a partisan fight.
Photographs of a piece of wreckage found by two reporters for The New York Times and analysed by Reed Foster, a defence analyst with IHS Jane's 360, offers some clues about what could have caused MH17 to crash.
There's an up-and-coming D.J. on the New York scene. He spins at Montauk hotspot the Surf Lodge, Hamptons parties hosted by club promoter Ronnie Flynn, and "Saturday Night Live" after-parties.
Just when we thought we'd heard the limit of hysteria over the Supreme Court's Hobby Lobby decision, the Paper of Record reminds us that hysteria has no bounds at least, no editorial bounds.
Seems like Arnold Schwarzenegger, the former movie star and Republican governor of California, and Chuck Schumer, the long-time Democratic senator from New York, wouldn't have much in common.
There are no signs so far that the 2014 midterm elections will be a "wave election" for Republicans like the party enjoyed in 2010, The New York Times reported.
The lifeless arm of a Palestinian boy cradled by an adult running across the beach.
On June 26, 2014 the New York Times published yet another story about poverty in eastern Kentucky, the place we proudly call home.
A new edition of the award-winning MetroFocus premieres in the New York metro area Wednesday, July 23 at 7:30 p.m. on WLIW21 and Thursday, July 24 at 8:30 p.m. on THIRTEEN and 10:30 p.m. on NJTV.
A recent New York Times article entitled "Part-Time Schedules, Full-Time Headaches" written by Steven Greenhouse chronicles the difficulties that part-time employees are having with scheduling abuses.
Updated: Wed Jul 23, 2014 10:15 pm
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