Jack Healy

New York Times

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Rocky Mountain correspondent for the New York Times

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Both Presidential candidates are unveiling their economic plans this week in Detroit.

'What recovery?' Las Vegas years after the housing crash

Both Presidential candidates are unveiling their economic plans this week in Detroit.

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The mountain town of Hotchkiss, Colorado twice voted to ban both the recreational and medical use of marijuana.

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The mountain town of Hotchkiss, Colorado twice voted to ban both the recreational and medical use of marijuana.

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There’s a new twist in a long-running sex scandal involving a Beverly Hills-based yoga guru.

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There’s a new twist in a long-running sex scandal involving a Beverly Hills-based yoga guru.

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