Facebook is making another change in response to criticism over how it safeguards users’ privacy. You'll now be able to view the hundreds of sites and apps that share data and customer information with Facebook – and erase that data if you want.https://nyti.ms/2z9oi2v
Here's our look at Julián Castro's "Obama moment" at the 2012 Democratic National Convention – a supposed turning point that still hasn't turned for himhttps://nyti.ms/2zc2LpW
Omar Hassan al-Bashir appeared in court this week in Sudan. He joins a list of leaders including Hosni Mubarak of Egypt and Augusto Pinochet of Chile to be put on trial in recent times.https://nyti.ms/31PUgxa
The maker of OxyContin marketed its powerful opioid as less addictive and less likely to be abused despite more than 100 reports from sales reps that pills were being crushed, snorted and sold at a markup on the street. #TheWeeklyNYT https://nyti.ms/31G4kbP pic.twitter.com/mzmckmonOR
He's the second man to be arrested and charged by federal authorities this month in connection to posts on iFunnyhttps://nyti.ms/2zbYhQo
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William Safire was a writer whose column "On Language" was a long-running feature of The New York Times Magazine.
Birthed in New York City in 1929, William Safire invested his early profession as a speechwriter and public relations author, additionally working as a special aide to Head of state Richard Nixon. He joined The New York Times as a Washington-based columnist in 1973 and also won a 1978 Pulitzer Reward for his discourse.
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