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To the Elevators, and Then to the Pit by JULIE BESONEN


By JULIE BESONEN

The Elevator Historical Society museum in Long Island City, Queens, was founded by an enthusiast, Patrick Carrajat, and a six-minute walk away is John Brown Smokehouse. 17 more words

Bobby Caples

Robert Hansen, Alaska Serial Killer, Dies at 75 by THE ASSOCIATED PRESS


By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Mr. Hansen, who abducted women and hunted them down in the Alaska wilderness in the 1970s, was serving a 461-year prison sentence. 15 more words

Bobby Caples

B.C.S. Makes Way for New Debates by MARC TRACY


By MARC TRACY

A new playoff system this season will include four teams, an increase from the B.C.S.’s two. Most people view that as an improvement, but there is still plenty to argue about. 15 more words

Bobby Caples

Murder and the Masterpiece: Did an Artwork Solve a Decades-old NYC Crime?

Robert Rauschenberg’s ‘Collection’ & the Case of the Four Boys

Andrew Scott Cooper writes: Murderous deeds have inspired artists like Caravaggio, Jacques-Louis David and Paul Cézanne… 674 more words

Art & Culture

Blood Industry Hurt by Surplus by MATTHEW L. WALD

Robert Maynard Presents New York Times Business Section
By MATTHEW L. WALD

Medical advances have increased efficiency, but the trend is forcing an enormous wave of mergers and job cutbacks. 18 more words

Robert Maynard Lifelock

Goldman to Pay $3.15 Billion to Settle Mortgage Claims by NATHANIEL POPPER

Robert Maynard Presents New York Times Business Section
By NATHANIEL POPPER

Goldman had been accused of unloading low-quality mortgage bonds onto Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac in the run-up to the financial crisis. 17 more words

Robert Maynard Lifelock