As Wine Fetches Staggering Sums, Fakery Claims Rise
Connoisseurs driving up the prices of rare and collectible wines have spurred a wave of counterfeite...
Oregon Panel Recommends Switch to Federal Health Exchange
Repairing the state?s troubled website would be far more expensive in a year when the Democratic gov...
Rand Paul Condemns Cliven Bundy?s Remarks on Blacks
Senator Rand Paul joined a line of Republican and Democratic leaders in denouncing Cliven Bundy, the...
Op-Ed Contributor: End College Legacy Preferences
There is no moral or legal justification for favoring alumni children.
Debate That Divides: Cliven Bundy Accidentally Explained What?s Wrong With the Republican Party
A rancher in dispute with the government over grazing fees offers unexpected insight into the G.O.P....
Philomena Lee Follows Her Movie's Footsteps in Washington
She hadn't come to D.C. in real life before. ...
After Construction, Keystone XL Will Only Support 50 Jobs, Report Says
The latest State Department estimates maintain the pipeline will only create 5...
Box May Have Filed Secretly for Initial Public Offering
Cloud computing company may ride optimism toward tech IPOs. ...
More States Seek to Repeal Common Core
Indiana's Senate will consider a bill to repeal Common Core and develop the st...
Hold On to the Thin Mints, CookieCott 2014 Encourages Conservatives to Stay Away from Girl Scouts
Girl Scouts fight back against claims that they take a stand on abortion. ...
DealBook: Bare Knuckles at Sotheby?s Auction House
Daniel S. Loeb, the hedge fund mogul and biggest shareholder of Sotheby?s, has nominated himself and...
DealBook: Zimmer Holdings to Buy Biomet for $13.35 Billion
The deal is just the latest in a spree of consolidations in the health care industry, driven in part...
Alternative to Pap Test Is Approved by F.D.A.
The Food and Drug Administration approved a new primary method for detecting cervical cancer develop...
DealBook: New Evidence May Reopen Broker Fraud Case
A Long Island couple is seeking an appeal in an arbitration hearing involving their stockbroker and ...
Lobbying Efforts Intensify After F.C.C. Tries 3rd Time on Net Neutrality
The sparring will be closely watched by every company that depends, even peripherally, on the Intern...
Warhol works found on Amiga disks
A dozen previously unknown works created by Andy Warhol have been recovered from 30-year-old Amiga d...
Amazon profits thin as expenses jump
Internet retailer Amazon reports a 32% jump in profit to $108m in the first quarter, but investors w...
Microsoft earnings beat estimates
Microsoft earnings decline to $5.66bn, but beat market estimates as new chief executive Satya Nadell...
Tech giants settle hiring court case
Four of the biggest technology firms - Apple, Google, Intel and Adobe - settle a class action case a...
France mulls GPS car-sharing app ban
The French government has moved to quell growing tensions between the taxi industry and private car-...
Labor Board to Review Northwestern Football Case
As expected, the National Labor Relations Board said it will examine the question of whether scholar...
On Baseball: Missing on Mound: A Dab of Discretion
The Yankees? Michael Pineda was suspended for 10 games on Thursday after being ejected at Fenway Par...
A Fight to Keep College Athletes From the Pain of Injury Costs
A key front in the effort to reform the N.C.A.A. is medical coverage for college athletes, some of w...
Sports of The Times: A Face of a Brutal Sport Is Trying to Change Its Image
Jon Jones, the U.F.C. light heavyweight champion, wants the rapidly growing sport to be viewed as an...
N.C.A.A. Ensures Athletes Will Get All They Can Eat
Over-the-top food spreads have become another way for universities to compete in the ongoing college...
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