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Arsène Wenger Will Leave Arsenal, Proudly but Imperfectly

Arsène Wenger Will Leave Arsenal, Proudly but Imperfectly

“To all the Arsenal lovers, take care of the values of the club,” Arsène Wenger said on Friday in announcing he would step down as manager at the end of the season. “My love and support forever.”

Lawyers Ask ICE to Stop Deportation of Delivery Man

Lawyers Ask ICE to Stop Deportation of Delivery Man

Pablo Villavicencio Calderon was arrested last week by immigration authorities while making a pizza delivery in Brooklyn. On Friday, his lawyers asked that his deportation be halted.

Roseanne Barr, Back on Twitter, Has More to Say

Roseanne Barr, Back on Twitter, Has More to Say

Roseanne Barr attending the premiere of ABC’s “Roseanne” in March. A day after her show was canceled as the result of an insensitive tweet she had written, Ms. Barr was back on Twitter, writing posts that swung from apologetic to combative.

Watching a Ridge Slide in Slow Motion, a Town Braces for Disaster

Watching a Ridge Slide in Slow Motion, a Town Braces for Disaster

Geologists are closely watching a fissure on Rattlesnake Ridge outside Union Gap, Wash., because of the danger that a large part of the mountainside will break loose and cascade down. Stephen Slaughter gestured toward the fissure, visible above a gravel quarry.

De Blasio’s Second Inauguration: Less Fanfare, Dimmed Star Power

De Blasio’s Second Inauguration: Less Fanfare, Dimmed Star Power

At Mayor Bill de Blasio’s first inauguration ceremony, the first row of the City Hall dais was filled with political luminaries, including Hillary and Bill Clinton, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo and even the departing mayor, Michael R. Bloomberg.

U.S. Postal Service to Allow America's Favorite Living Celebrities on Stamps

U.S. Postal Service to Allow America's Favorite Living Celebrities on Stamps

The U.S. Postal Service is reportedly changing its longstanding policy to allow images of living famous people, like popular music artists and politicians, to appear on postal stamps.


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