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Bob Born, Who Brought Marshmallow Peeps to the Masses, Dies at 98

By mechanizing and greatly expanding production, he made the gooey yellow chicks an Easter favorite and a pop-culture phenomenon.

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In Big Sur, Living With Nature’s Beauty but Trapped by Its Fury

ACROSS THE COUNTRY In Big Sur, Living With Nature’s Beauty but Trapped by Its Fury The succession of storms last…

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Maybe We Should Convince Men That Paid Leave Is Their Idea

Barbara Reisman spent her career pushing for a better system of child care in America. She was the executive director…

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Wildfires Raging Across Chile Leave 13 Dead

More than 150 fires burning in the country have also destroyed thousands of acres of forest, as the country faces…

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Look! Up in the Sky! It’s a … Chinese Spy Balloon?

How the balloon — you know the one — went from a local sky oddity to an international diplomatic disrupter.

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Russia Pushes to Take Ukrainian Town Near a Vital Supply Line

Ukraine has used the strategic town of Vuhledar to launch attacks disrupting transit on a critical rail link between the…

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Hopes for Peace in South Sudan Are Pinned on a Papal Visit

Pope Francis ended his trip to Africa on Saturday by meeting with displaced people and urging his clergy not to…

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Their American Dream Is Being Washed Away

The house was supposed to last the Fuentes family for the rest of their lives. They barely got a few…

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Spy Cams Show What the Pork Industry Tries to Hide

The hog industry hails the gas chambers in which pigs are prepared for slaughter as “animal friendly,” “stress free” and…

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Erasing Black History Is Not the Role of the College Board

In the nation’s capital, blocks from the White House, scores of sharply dressed Americans mingled Thursday night over cocktails and…

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