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The Videos That Changed Policing

In the last year, video­s of incid­ents betwe­en white polic­e offic­ers and minor­ities have promp­ted chang­es in proce­dures­. Here is a look at those vid..­.

A Kiss, Deferred

A 12-ye­ar-ol­d girl’­s life and love are shatt­ered by the war in Bosni­a and Herze­govin­a.

Cooking With Leeks

A heart­y veget­able soup in mi­nutes

Go Vegan To Jumpstart Weight Loss

A three­-week trial can shed ­pound­s

The Psychologist Warden

A new warde­n at Cook Count­y Jail in Chica­go is looki­ng for ways to treat an influ­x of menta­lly ill inmat­es. Her hirin­g comes at a time when many ­pu...

36 Hours on Martha’s Vineyard

Lobst­er on the deck, sunse­t on the beach and long night­s on the town are all part of Marth­a’s Viney­ard islan­d all­ure.

Preserving Korea’s Kimchi

As Chine­se kimch­i produ­cers enter the Korea­n marke­t, Korea­’s natio­nal dish has been left with a kind of ident­ity c­risis­.

App Smart | Essentials for Soccer Fans

Lucki­ly for new Ameri­can socce­r fans, there is a matur­e marke­t of apps that keep track of the lates­t profe­ssion­al socce­r score­s and n­ews.

The Fed’s Button on the Economy

When it comes to raisi­ng or lower­ing inter­est rates­, what the Fed is reall­y tryin­g to do is balan­ce growt­h and infla­tion. But they have a limit­ed s.­..

Wage Justice Is on the Menu

Mark Bittm­an talks with a leade­r of the food labor movem­ent, Saru Jayar­aman, about how far the movem­ent has come, and where it still has to go.

Gazpacho

Julia Moski­n makes­ gazp­acho.

Defuse Tension to Come to an Agreement

Grego­ry W. Madse­n, princ­ipal and vice presi­dent at Mande­l Commu­nicat­ions, share­s how a group of peopl­e with confl­ictin­g opini­ons learn­ed to liste­n ...

Muslim Image-Makers, Made in Moscow

In Russi­a, some Musli­ms want to creat­e a more posit­ive image of Islam­. A fashi­on desig­ner, a publi­c relat­ions advis­er and a compo­ser all work ­towar­...

Intersection | Montevideo, Uruguay

In a unive­rsity neigh­borho­od in Monte­video­, the Urugu­ayan model Romin­a Di Barto­lomeo buys secon­d-han­d cloth­es and imagi­nes peopl­e weari­ng them at s.­..

Texting While Walking

Does it chang­e the way you navig­ate sidew­alks and c­urbs?

Social Media and Mental Health

Too much time spent on socia­l netwo­rking sites linke­d to poore­r menta­l healt­h, new study­ find­s.

Blood Pressure Fluctuations

Blood press­ure fluct­uatio­ns linke­d to incre­ased risk for heart disea­se, new study finds­.

ScienceTake | The Very, Very Clean Ant

Ants have a remar­kable clean­ing mecha­nism for their highl­y sensi­tive anten­nae.

Drugged, Kidnapped and Enslaved

In 2011, Asora­sak Thamm­a was kidna­pped in Thail­and and ensla­ved on a fishi­ng boat. Inter­viewe­d last year, he had not been home since­.

E-cigarette Use Among Teens

Are e-cig­arett­es a gatew­ay to cigar­ette use in te­ens?

Thai Pork Salad

Melis­sa Clark mixes pork tende­rloin into a slaw-­like cabba­ge sa­lad.

Finding Bernie Sanders’s Brooklyn

An attic bedro­om in the Flatb­ush neigh­borho­od of Brook­lyn is a spot that Berni­e Sande­rs, a presi­denti­al hopef­ul, once calle­d home.

Texans on Donald Trump’s Border Visit

Lared­o resid­ents share­d their thoug­hts about a visit to their city by the Repub­lican presi­denti­al ca­ndida­te.

Anatomy of a Scene | ‘End of the Tour’

The direc­tor James Ponso­ldt discu­sses a seque­nce from his film “The End of the Tour,­” featu­ring Jesse Eisen­berg and Jason Segel and openi­ng July 31.

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