Japan switched on the first turbine at a wind farm 20 kilometers (12 miles) off the coast of Fukushima on Monday, feeding electricity to the grid tethered to the tsunami-crippled nuclear plant onshore.
Crime prevention happens in the first five years of a person’s life I commend The Times for highlighting the importance of early learning and home-visiting programs [“Invest in early childhood learning,” Editorial, Nov. 7]. As noted in the editorial, neuroscience has documented the
In New Jersey last week, Gov. Chris Christie’s re-election provided a shining example of how Republicans nationwide might woo more women and Latino voters. (Here’s a link to a New York Times report on that race.) Two days later, I was reminded why those two voter blocs tend to lean towar
I don’t share the media cynicism about the five tax-advisory questions the people of Washington voted on last week. Media folks are parroting politicians, and politicians have motives that are different from those of ordinary people. It’s true that the advisory votes don’t determin
NEW YORK (AP) — A man kicked out of his indie rock band shot three of his bandmates to death in their Brooklyn apartment early Monday and wounded a fourth before killing himself on the roof, police said.