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Jack Bruce, Former Cream Frontman, Dies at 71
It Looked Like a Stabbing, but Takata Air Bag Was the Killer
A pregnant woman pushed out of her job because she couldn't work overtime has been offered her job back
Afghan Mullah Who Raped Girl in His Mosque Receives 20-Year Prison Sentence
Google is making a $542 million investment in augmented reality
Glen Campbell, on the Road With Alzheimer’s in ‘I’ll Be Me’
States Ease Laws That Protected Poor Borrowers
Factors to consider before booking travel through a big box chain
Contrasting Portraits Emerge of Shooter at Washington School
Breaking News: After Negative Ebola Test, Quarantined Nurse Criticizes Treatment at Newark Airport
Apple pie isn't easy, but there's a better dessert you can make from apples
Essay: When the Earth Shook and the Series Stood Still
Rights Groups Condemn Iranian Execution
Americans have generously donated after earthquakes, storms and floods. Why not Ebola?
Tyler Varga of Yale Blasts Off to an Unstoppable Start
Nurse in Newark Tests Negative for Ebola
NYC health commissioner @DrMaryTBassett has helped quell Ebola fears as city's "reassurer-in-chief"
An apple a day, for 47 years (Photo: Robert Rausch for NYT)
New York Ebola Response: Polar Opposite of Dallas’s
With Stunts and Vigilante Escapades, a Populist Gains Ground in Ukraine
Soheila was betrothed to an elderly man at age 5. She's trying to escape her destiny
University of North Carolina athletes took classes that didn't require attendance, note-taking or staying awake
Combating a Flood of Early 401(k) Withdrawals
Who, if anyone, actually lives in the multimillion-dollar condominiums being built across Manhattan?
Consuming the News: Americans Don’t Live in Information Cocoons
ABC Cancels ‘Manhattan Love Story’
Well: Living With Schizophrenia: Coffee and Friends
Searching for the Fountain of Youth
Inside an Ebola ward in Liberia they sing every morning. Then they get to work
Bicycle safety gear is undergoing a high-style makeover
As Ebola has spread, so have several fallacies
The Met and Other Museums Adapt to the Digital Age
Living with schizophrenia: "I have a hard time making friends."
Ebola patient Craig Spencer described as easygoing, friendly and at ease in danger
Girl Scouts move away from camping and cooking, toward technology and social issues
The hunt for a drug or vaccine to treat or prevent Ebola
Boutique gym owners are catering to a new clientele: kids (Photo: Dina Litovsky for NYT)
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Mark @bittman's (only) two rules for a good diet
It is extremely unlikely that Ebola could spread through public transit
Peter Max Corvette Collection Headed to Auction
Genetic Variant May Shield Latinas From Breast Cancer
Night Out: Mindy Kaling Talks at The New Yorker Festival
Download the 7-Minute Workout app from @nytimeswell for iPhone and Android
Miley Cyrus and Robin Thicke See a Reversal of Fortunes
Retiring: Gaining in Years, and Helping Others to Make Gains
Listening to music makes strenuous workouts feel easier and may nudge you to push yourself harder
Abortion Capital of Bible Belt? Tennessee Vote Tests That Idea