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Dave Fanning, an Irish music journalist and one of the first to discover the Cranberries, talks about how Dolores O'Riordan found a place between grunge and Brit pop that catapulted the band to international stardom.
Christopher J. Yates’s “Grist Mill Road” opens with a shooting involving three teenagers, then revisits the crime and its consequences once they’re grown.
Óscar Pérez, who rose to prominence last year during antigovernment street protests, was among seven dead.
The president’s dealings with these important institutions have ranged from out-of-touch to outright bizarre.
New research suggests a strong link between genes, dietary fat and prostate cancer.
Kissa Tanto, a dolled-up setting for Italian food with Japanese influences, is part of a respectful revival in the city’s Chinatown.
The leader of the Citizens’ Initiative Party was shot outside its offices. Known for working across ethnic lines, he also faced war crimes charges.
NHK, Japan’s public broadcaster, accidentally sent news alerts that North Korea had launched a missile, before quickly correcting the error.
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The Cranberries singer fascinated the world, but her success meant something special in Ireland.
Tuesday: Worries over the rainy season, a prickly first debate in the governor’s race, and the clogged 101.
Laurence Fink, the chief executive of BlackRock, the $6 trillion investment firm, plans to tell C.E.O.s in a letter that businesses must serve a social purpose.
Being a bridesmaid is a role loaded with expectation and emotion, and it can be tricky to navigate. Here’s how to pull it off.
Tuesday: A tropical bubble on the Upper West Side, Broadway week, and the anniversary of Roe v. Wade.
The money will go to groups fighting sexual abuse and harassment. The actor is one in a series of Hollywood figures distancing themselves from the director.
Changing minds on vaccination is very difficult, but it isn’t so important when a law can change behavior.
President Trump disparaged Haiti and some African countries in a meeting last week, and late-night hosts won’t let him forget it.
Yes, it’s driven by greed — but the mania for digital cash could wind up building something much more important than wealth.
The city is trying everything it can think of to reverse a soaring homicide rate. But its fundamental problems keep getting in the way.
For years I had wanted to visit my family’s homeland. There at last, I found a memorable tapas bar, soulful culture and a town with my name.