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Ray Rice Suspension Overturned in Arbitration

1 hour 15 min ago
A former federal judge has overturned the indefinite suspension of Ray Rice, the former Baltimore Ravens running back who was videotaped knocking out his then-fiancée.

On Turkey Visit, Pope Francis Urges Dialogue in Battling Fanaticism

1 hour 43 min ago
Arguing that force along would not defeat extremists, the pope emphasized the need for people of different faiths to focus on their commonalities.

French Lawmakers Debate Recognizing a Palestinian State

1 hour 46 min ago
A nonbinding motion on the matter is expected to pass comfortably when it is put to a vote in the lower house of Parliament on Tuesday.

New York Agencies Gear Up to Meet Demands of New Immigration Policy

2 hours 7 min ago
The executive actions on immigration are being seen by some officials and advocates as the biggest test yet for a network that could serve as a model for other states.

Deadly Mosque Attack Intensifies Violence Gripping Northern Nigeria

2 hours 33 min ago
A state deputy police commissioner said 35 people were killed after militants set off explosions at the central mosque in the northern city of Kano.

Explosions Hit Worshipers in Northern Nigeria

3 hours 53 min ago
Gunmen exploded bombs and opened fire at a mosque in Kano, killing at least 35 people, according to witnesses and police.

Lens Blog: When Glamour Speaks Your Name

4 hours 32 min ago
A new book looks at the history of how black women used style and substance to counter stereotypes — or invisibility — in the mainstream.

David Cameron Toughens Stance on Immigration in Britain

4 hours 45 min ago
The prime minister said he would make Britain a less attractive place for European migrants to seek employment, and would try to exclude them for four years from social and welfare benefits.

Amid Turmoil, Michigan Seeks to Balance Athletics and Academics

4 hours 56 min ago
Michigan must beat its biggest rival, Ohio State, on Saturday to become eligible to play in a bowl game, but the troubled program faces bigger challenges as the university’s sports culture is questioned.

Quiet Reigns in Ferguson as Protest Plans Fizzle

4 hours 59 min ago
Three days after an outbreak of violent unrest followed a decision not to indict a police officer in the death of Michael Brown, protesters all but vanished.

Latest News: Black Friday, Phillip Hughes and P. D. James

5 hours 18 min ago
Here’s what you need to know to start your day.

Taliban Press Attacks Against Afghan Targets

5 hours 23 min ago
Taliban insurgents continued a sudden pattern of intense assaults, another sign that the traditional fighting season has been prolonged.

City Room: New York Today: Property Rights and Wrongs

6 hours 34 min ago
Friday and the weekend: a mystery in a tree, clear but cold weather, and two boys are rescued from a snowbank.

Bargain Hunters Out in Force on Black Friday

7 hours 1 min ago
Eager to make up for what has been a year of lackluster sales, retailers are offering eye-popping discounts that could increase traffic but also eat away at thinning profit margins.

Pope Urges Solidarity to Stop Aggressors in Syria and Iraq

7 hours 5 min ago
Pope Francis called for an end to all forms of fundamentalism on Friday and said fighting hunger and poverty, rather than military intervention alone, were key to stopping Islamist militants carrying out "grave persecutions" in Syria and Iraq.

Australia Promises Scrutiny After Death of Cricket Star Phillip Hughes

10 hours 44 min ago
However, officials displayed little readiness to disrupt what one administrator called the game’s “finely tuned balance between bat and ball.”

Shoppers Line Up for Black Friday Deals

Fri, 11/28/2014 - 13:30
Eager to make up for what has been a year of lackluster sales, retailers are offering eye-popping discounts that could increase traffic but also eat away at thinning profit margins.

Japan to Ask Automakers to Recall Vehicles With Faulty Takata Airbags

Fri, 11/28/2014 - 12:39
An order from the Transportation Ministry on driver’s-side airbags would lead to the recall of an additional 200,000 vehicles in Japan, the transportation minister said.

With Naming Rights, ‘Perpetuity’ Doesn’t Always Mean Forever

Fri, 11/28/2014 - 12:30
The issue was recalled this month when Lincoln Center agreed to pay $15 million to expunge Avery Fisher’s name from Philharmonic Hall, in hopes of luring another donor.

Stasi Art Seizure Leads to Court Case Involving New Yorkers

Fri, 11/28/2014 - 11:22
Between 1973 and 1989, the East German police seized more than 200,000 objects in hundreds of raids, according to experts and archives, and some are reclaiming the art.