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The i-D article on Lauren Bacall copies title and partial text from New York Magazine.
Republicans exhort voters to punish the White House for failing to lock down the border.
Opinion: A conservative strategy that's good policy--and good politics, too.
After seven years as the editor, he is leaving the newspaper.
The radio host says he was expressing "real concern" over media coverage of the actor's suicide.
Experts say states use tax breaks to attract a piece of the hot craft brewing industry.
He spends time with liberal actor Alec Baldwin and donors in the Hamptons.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg will be among performers in "Our War," a collection of short stories.
The New York Times' Paris bureau chief was injured in a helicopter crash in northern Iraq.
Colleges perform the most basic research in the country, and the government is their top funder.
The effort to end one political Obamacare crisis may cause double-digit rate hikes next year.
The Texas governor responds when a moderator thanks him after his speech at the Iowa State Fair.
He an NSA program designed to prevent foreign cyber attacks without any human action.
Instead of crafting legislation, Fallon crafts sketch ideas.
A cardiologist says the businessman involved in the McDonnell case was trying to impress him.
"We can't just abandon the field right now, you have to vote Republican," she says.
A new poll says dissatisfaction with the government is the most important problem.
Simon says she may have trouble appearing candid and warm, but so does a possible 2016 challenger.
Here are some subjects that are safe for Obama and Clinton to discuss at Jordan's birthday party.