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Walt Disney Studios hasn’t released a movie that depicts smoking since 2015. Now antismoking activists want that rule extended to all films aimed at young audiences by Fox, which Disney is buying.
Fair-right delegates at the Republican Party’s state convention narrowly preferred Mike Kennedy, adding him to the ballot. Mr. Romney had already secured his spot by collecting signatures.
Fights broke out in three units at Lee Correctional Facility, which houses some of the state’s most violent offenders, the authorities said. Seventeen others were injured.
Genetic disease risk screening is becoming a popular employee benefit. But the tests may not be all that beneficial for the general population, experts say.
If you can’t get your printer on the network, you may be able to get assistance without waiting for a human to come to the phone.
What value system is at the core of Putin’s rule: Nationalism? Irredentism? Isolationism? Not any of those. Ad hoc strategies for survival come first.
Fathi al-Obeidi’s story shows how America hastened Libya’s unraveling.
Expressing gratitude can measurably improve your overall happiness and life satisfaction — even if you’re faking it.
Older Americans without children to lean on have to make arrangements while they are independent and healthy.
Richard A. Carranza has taken few positions during his first days on the job, but he said that students should take the exams that start Wednesday.
Mr. Lubovitch, who’s been a choreographer for 50 years, talks about his work and learning from the best: Graham, Limón and the stage of a nightclub.
Nine minutes of newly found footage, restored from an aging film reel that was revealed publicly this weekend, shows the aftermath of the earthquake that devastated San Francisco in 1906.
The social network has helped many parents of kids with special needs feel less alone.
After decades of peace, a battle is raging in New York construction, with Related, the city’s biggest developer, leading the charge against labor.
Israel has proved that it is capable of taking action in Syria. Now it needs to do it for humanitarian reasons.
My 90-year-old Syrian grandmother lives for the day she can return to her deeply loved home. But it can’t be given back, even when peace returns.
A wall of silence has blocked the investigation of the murders of Somalia’s journalists.
Trump should consider how the United States exports its own deadly products.
Speaker Paul D. Ryan will tell colleagues in the House that he will retire at the end of the year, signaling the peril that the Republican majority faces.
Donald Trump has spent his whole career in the company of grifters, cons and crooks. Now that he’s president, that strategy isn’t working — for him or for the country.