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The justices refused to overrule precedents that allow separate prosecutions for the same crimes in state and federal courts
Monday: “The day Los Angeles stopped,” the most affordable university in the Bay Area, and the paunchy kid from Imperial with the killer punch.
Professor Brinkley, a National Book Award winner, explored the seminal political events of the last century, including the Depression and World War II.
The Supreme Court again avoided deciding whether the Constitution allows people with religious objections to same-sex marriage to discriminate.
The neo-Nazi website falsely accused Mr. Obeidallah, a comedian, of committing terrorism. He hopes to give money to organizations that fight white supremacy.
The state is teaming up with Silicon Valley to make mental health services more available. Promises abound, and so do potential problems.
Mr. Biden is betting that his widespread name recognition and early poll results free him to focus on President Trump — and brush off his 22 Democratic opponents.
At the New Rules Summit, hosted by The New York Times, participants working in groups proposed changes to create equitable environments in the workplace. Here are the topics, quotations from group leaders and takeaways.
After the leak of internal polls showing President Trump behind Joe Biden in several key states, the campaign is cutting ties with three of its five pollsters.
The conference, hosted last week by The New York Times, explored the progress of women in the workplace.
“The great thing about the last two years is I feel empowered to speak out even further. Now I feel like I have company, and that there’s a safety net.”
Susan Zirinsky, president of the division, has applied her trademark work ethic to helping her organization adjust its course.
Financial lessons take root at an early age. Girls are usually taught to budget and be careful with money, while boys are taught to be more aggressive.