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New York Mourns Flaco, an Owl Who Inspired as He Made the City His Own

He had soared through Manhattan, perching on oak trees and elms in Central Park, tenements on the Lower East Side,…

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For N.R.A.’s LaPierre, a Legacy of Guns and Money

Wayne LaPierre, who led the National Rifle Association for more than three decades, had long been the face of the…

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Atrocities Mount in Sudan as War Spirals, U.N. Says

Rape, killing, torture: A stark report offers new evidence of horrific abuses carried out by Sudan’s military and its enemy,…

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Donald J. Trump Is Racing Against Time to Find a Half-Billion Dollar Bond

After losing two civil trials, the former president must find a bonding company that will vouch for him — or…

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Grown in Oklahoma, Smoked in New York: Illicit Marijuana’s Legal Roots

Surplus weed produced in states like Oklahoma is increasingly ending up in New York, fueling its illicit market and complicating…

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How the Subway’s Weekend Problem Fixer Spends His Sundays

Jose LaSalle is known as the Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s “weekend service czar.” That keeps him racing across the city on…

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Few Good Solutions as Home Affordability Plummets

An economic analysis found that in several Canadian cities, prices would have to plummet, or incomes would have to soar…

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For Car Thieves, Toronto Is a ‘Candy Store,’ and Drivers Are Fed Up

Whenever Dennis Wilson wants to take a drive in his new SUV, he has to set aside an extra 15…

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Flaco, Escaped Central Park Zoo Owl and Defier of Doubts, Is Dead

Let loose by an act of vandalism, the Eurasian eagle-owl died after apparently striking an Upper West Side building, according…

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Guns and Goodies: How LaPierre Spent the N.R.A.’s Money

Evidence showed that the National Rifle Association’s leader lived well on donated money as he fought regulations on firearms.

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