New York Times
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Review: 2014 Range Rover Sport HSE
The 2014 Land Rover Range Rover Sport might be a better mountain climber than slalom runner, but don't roll your eyes at the "sport" badge on this S.U.V.
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Modern Love: Together We Stand
After two failed marriages, Anna March finally found love, security and happiness — despite all appearances — with her “disabled” husband, Adam.
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Woody Guthrie, New Yorker
The celebrated folk singer spent 27 years in New York. Two of his grandchildren, Anna Canoni and Cole Rotante, visit some of the New York locations where he lived.
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Fantasy Football: Picks for Week 3
For Week 3, fantasy football players may want to watch out for the Broncos’ Emmanuel Sanders, who should draw most of cornerback Richard Sherman’s attention in this Super Bowl rematch.
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Living City: A Tale of Two Bridges
With thousands of bridges in New York State deemed structurally deficient, there are two choices: repair or rebuild. The 60-year-old Tappan Zee Bridge and the Brooklyn Bridge are the latest examples.
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This Week’s Movies: Sept. 19, 2014
The New York Times film critics review “A Walk Among the Tombstones,” “Tracks” and “This is Where I Leave You.”
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A Day at the Operas
We go backstage at New York’s Metropolitan Opera, as singers, musicians, wig makers, scenic artists and others race to be ready for the big season opening on Sept. 22.
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The Cantlie Tape and ISIS’ Strategy
Some background on how video plays a big role in the propaganda strategy of the militant group the Islamic State.
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36 Hours in Central Park, New York
With its endless trails, hidden nooks, museums and nearby night spots, Central Park is that rare tourist destination that is also a pleasure ground for locals.
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Scotland: Should I Stay or Should I Go?
In the week ahead of a historic referendum on Scottish independence, campaigners from both sides take to the streets to sway the vote, which could break a three-century-old union.