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Ira Berlin Is Dead at 77; Groundbreaking Historian of Slavery

Ira Berlin Is Dead at 77; Groundbreaking Historian of Slavery

Ira Berlin in 1998. A longtime professor at the University of Maryland, Dr. Berlin upended simplistic notions of how slavery was practiced and what happened after it ended.

Cosby Jury Says Accuser’s Credibility, Not #MeToo, Led to Guilty Verdict

Cosby Jury Says Accuser’s Credibility, Not #MeToo, Led to Guilty Verdict

The jurors in Bill Cosby’s sexual assault retrial said they found the testimony of Andrea Constand, who said Mr. Cosby had drugged and molested her, to be believable.

Antonio Dias, Brazilian Artist Who Poked the Generals, Dies at 74

Antonio Dias, Brazilian Artist Who Poked the Generals, Dies at 74

Antonio Dias in 2005. He favored bold colors in his politically tinged early works.

Pacific Gas & Electric Co. Top Exec Resigns After California Pipeline Blast

Pacific Gas & Electric Co. Top Exec Resigns After California Pipeline Blast

Pacific Gas & Electric Corp.'s top executive is stepping down with a $35 million retirement package following a "challenging year" that included a gas pipeline explosion in a San Francisco suburb that killed eight and destroyed 38 homes, the company announced Thursday.

Events throughout NYC mark anniversary of 9/11

Events throughout NYC mark anniversary of 9/11

The ceremony at the World Trade Center site is the centerpiece of New York City's remembrances on the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks, but other events throughout the city are marking the day.

Housing Authority Admits Failures Go Well Beyond Lead Testing

Housing Authority Admits Failures Go Well Beyond Lead Testing

“Currently, Nycha is not in compliance with a number of federal regulations and is working to assess the extent of noncompliance,” reads an addendum to a form prepared by the city’s Housing Authority for the federal government.


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