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Today β€” December 17th 2018Your RSS feeds

They Grabbed Her Baby and Arrested Her at a Welfare Office. Now She’s Speaking Out.

By ASHLEY SOUTHALL and NIKITA STEWART

Jazmine Headley has become a cause célèbre for New Yorkers who depend on food stamps and public assistance, but say they are often met with hostility at city offices.

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Days Later, Mayor Apologizes to Woman Whose Child Was Torn From Her Arms

By WILLIAM NEUMAN and JEFFERY C. MAYS

Mayor de Blasio apologized to Jazmine Headley, who was arrested on Friday at a Brooklyn social services center for refusing to get up from the floor.

Charges Dropped Against Brooklyn Mother Who Had Baby Ripped from Her Arms by Police

By MICHAEL GOLD and ASHLEY SOUTHALL

A State Supreme Court judge in Brooklyn ordered the woman’s release after an online video showing the police yanking an infant from the woman’s arms sparked an outcry.

β€˜Appalling’ Video Shows the Police Yanking 1-Year-Old From His Mother’s Arms

By ASHLEY SOUTHALL

An incident involving a woman in a Brooklyn food stamp office has led to a social media outcry for an explanation from the Police Department.

Ask Well: Do Cruciferous Vegetables Really Fight Cancer?

By RONI CARYN RABIN

You cannot go wrong incorporating a lot of cruciferous vegetables, which include broccoli and brussels sprouts as well as dark leafy greens like kale and arugula, in your diet.

Ask Well: Do Cruciferous Vegetables Really Fight Cancer?

By RONI CARYN RABIN

You cannot go wrong incorporating a lot of cruciferous vegetables, which include broccoli and brussels sprouts as well as dark leafy greens like kale and arugula, in your diet.

Get Better TV Sound (Without a Lot of Wires)

By WIRECUTTER STAFF

Flat-panel HDTVs are too thin to house good speakers. These simple tips and gear upgrades can give you great sound without a lot of work.

Was Amazon’s Headquarters Contest a Bait-and-Switch? Critics Say Yes

By DAVID STREITFELD

Amazon defied expectations by splitting its second headquarters into two locations. For the internet company, it seems to be working out rather nicely.

Rites of Passage: How I Discovered This Thing Called Music

By JACKIE DESFORGES

I was 27, new to New York and suffering from terrible anxiety. Then, on doctor’s orders, I slapped on some headphones.

Tech We’re Using: It’s Her Job to Get More People to Act Like You Right Now

By MILLIE TRAN

Millie Tran, the first global growth editor at The Times, discusses how she tries to understand and nurture a worldwide audience. “So many dashboards and data sets!”

Breakthrough Leukemia Treatment Backfires in a Rare Case

By DENISE GRADY

The groundbreaking treatment that genetically engineers a patient’s own cells to fight leukemia turned lethal in one patient, reversing his remission.

Breakthrough Leukemia Treatment Backfires in a Rare Case

By DENISE GRADY

The groundbreaking treatment that genetically engineers a patient’s own cells to fight leukemia turned lethal in one patient, reversing his remission.

The Checkup: For Kids With Concussions, Less Time Alone in a Dark Room

By PERRI KLASS, M.D.

The C.D.C.’s first guidelines to focus on children’s head injuries steer doctors away from CT scans and prolonged isolation.

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