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Today β€” September 18th 2018Your RSS feeds

Syphilis cases up 44 percent in California county

By Alexandria Hein

Health officials are attempting to combat a record-high number of syphilis cases in San Joaquin County after the area saw a 44 percent increase from 2016 to 2017, making it the second highest in the state.

Syphilis cases up 44 percent in California county

By Alexandria Hein

Health officials are attempting to combat a record-high number of syphilis cases in San Joaquin County after the area saw a 44 percent increase from 2016 to 2017, making it the second highest in the state.

Yesterday β€” September 17th 2018Your RSS feeds

Hillary Clinton Condemns Trump in New Essay: β€˜Our Democracy Is in Crisis’

By CHRISTINA CARON

In a blistering critique published by The Atlantic, Mrs. Clinton accused President Trump of ignoring the law, dividing the country and serving himself above all.

They Left Public Radio to Try Their Fortunes on the Blockchain

By JACLYN PEISER

Manoush Zomorodi and Jen Poyant, formerly of WNYC, started a podcast, “ZigZag,” to document their lives as entrepreneurs and working mothers who have taken a risk.

the new season: Movie Stars Have Heroines, Too

By KATHRYN SHATTUCK

We asked actresses, directors and writers with this fall’s films to tell us about the forerunners they admire. Tilda Swinton, Rashida Jones, Michelle Rodriguez and others explain in their own words.

Nonfiction: A Nobel Laureate Asks What Makes a β€˜Disordered Mind’

By ALAN JASANOFF

In his new book, the neuroscientist Eric Kandel explores the science of unusual brains, locating many of his answers in genetics.

Nonfiction: A Nobel Laureate Asks What Makes a β€˜Disordered Mind’

By ALAN JASANOFF

In his new book, the neuroscientist Eric Kandel explores the science of unusual brains, locating many of his answers in genetics.

Navracsics: EU call for healthier lifestyle is progressing, but more efforts are needed

By Sarantis Michalopoulos

The European Commission launched the Tartu Call for a Healthy Lifestyle a year ago, mostly to address rising obesity in the EU and promote physical activity, and it has already produced “concrete results”, Tibor Navracsics, the commissioner for education, culture, youth and sport, told EURACTIV.com.

N.F.L. Week 2 Live: Eagles Lose; Jaguars Beat Patriots

By BENJAMIN HOFFMAN

The Vikings took on the Packers while the Patriots and Jaguars played in a rematch of last year’s A.F.C. Championship game. Stay here for live updates and analysis.

48 Hours: The Rodarte Sisters’ Dramatic Return to New York

By LAURA NEILSON

The fashion designers Kate and Laura Mulleavy spent two days with T in the lead-up to one of the most anticipated shows of the season.

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They Left Public Radio to Try Their Fortunes on the Blockchain

By JACLYN PEISER

Manoush Zomorodi and Jen Poyant, formerly of WNYC, started a podcast, “ZigZag,” to document their lives as entrepreneurs and working mothers who have taken a risk.

What We Learned in N.F.L. Week 2

By BENJAMIN HOFFMAN

The Jaguars handled the Patriots easily while the Vikings and Packers scrapped to a tie in a wild N.F.C. North showdown.

In Michigan, Female Candidates Target a Key Trump Bloc: Union Voters

By NOAM SCHEIBER and ASTEAD W. HERNDON

While Hillary Clinton lost the state to Donald Trump, female Democratic candidates in Michigan are trying to create a new playbook, one union voter at a time.

Grace Notes: Elvis and Ella Fitzgerald Sang It. She Says Her Father Wrote It.

By JAMES BARRON

“Blue Moon” is credited to Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart. A documentary filmmaker tried to get to the bottom of a family story that it was really written by her father.

Evelyn Rodriguez, Mother of Girl Killed by MS-13, Remembered for Her Guts and Courage

By LIZ ROBBINS

After a shrine for her daughter was removed, Evelyn Rodriguez confronted a nearby driver, a friend said. They argued. The driver sped off and ran her over.

2-Year-Old Boy With Deadly Cancer Gets an Early Christmas From His Neighbors

By SANDRA E. GARCIA

An Ohio boy isn’t expected to live until Christmas, so his neighbors decorated their homes, sent holiday cards and planned a parade with Santa for him.

2-Year-Old Boy With Deadly Cancer Gets an Early Christmas From His Neighbors

By SANDRA E. GARCIA

An Ohio boy isn’t expected to live until Christmas, so his neighbors decorated their homes, sent holiday cards and planned a parade with Santa for him.

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