Angell is the best writer ever known to baseball, the best by far, and this 1980 profile is a treat for the ages. …read more
The president is turning attention back to the immigration overhaul issue, which has been overshadowed in Washington in recent months.
Abdellatif Kechiche’s “Blue Is the Warmest Color” is a feverish, generous, exhausting love story that chronicles a young woman’s wrenching and blissful attachment to another woman.
Lawmakers from both parties expressed anger at the performance of contractors hired to build the online health insurance marketplace.
A federal appellate court ruled in favor of a group backing Joseph J. Lhota for mayor, saying that New York State’s limit on donations to independent political groups was probably unconstitutional.
IN 1996 Richard Kinder was the president of Enron and the heir-apparent to Ken Lay, the energy firm’s boss. It was not to be. He was passed over for the top job, apparently judged too conservative to take the helm of America’s most innovative company. His next move, with a …read more
Madame President Obama’s nefarious multistep plan to “gay up” our men and women in uniform has reached its dreaded sartorial stage. …read more
The activist investor Carl C. Icahn posted a letter on his new Web site to Timothy D. Cook urging Apple to begin an offer to buy back $150 billion in Apple shares at the current share price of $525 a share.
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