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Mayor, Wife Tied to Disappearance of 43 Students in Mexico

The attorney general believes they are “probable masterminds" in the case

Oscar de la Renta Was Household Name for New York’s Elite

The influence of Mr. de la Renta, the fashion designer who died on Monday, was felt throughout the city’s intersecting worlds of power and money.

US stores hire big with high hopes for holiday shopping

Package shipper FedEx said Tuesday it would add 50,000 temporary workers for the November-January holiday shopping season, aiming to avoid last year's debacle when it and rival UPS were overwhelmed by the online sales surge, resulting in a huge number of deliveries missing the December 25 Christmas target. UPS earlier said it was adding up to 95,000 holiday workers to meet what all analysts agree will be another banner season for shipper-dependent online sales. The National Retail Federation is optimistic, predicting consumers will go on a $617 billion splurge this holiday season, 4.1 percent higher than last year.

Here’s What Would Happen if Ebola Was Stolen From a Lab

The virus is considered a bioterrorism agent. But massive fines, jail time and a risk of deadly exposure may be enough of a deterrent

After Shooting, Fear and Anxiety Take Over Ottawa

Workers in the capital were stuck in their buildings during a lockdown after shootings at two sites on Wednesday.