Joshua Rovenger, Trevor Pollack

Joshua David Rovenger and Trevor William Pollack are to be married Oct. 21 in Cleveland. The Rev. Shawn M. Fiedler, a minister of the United Church of Christ, is to officiate at the Cleveland Museum of Art. Later in the evening, Chief Judge Jeffrey R. Howard of the United States Court of Appeals for the…

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Wesley Kauble, Saxon Nowotka

Wesley Howard Kauble and Saxon Alfred Nowotka were married Oct. 20 at the Theater at Ace Hotel in Los Angeles. Judith Gluckstern, a minister with American Marriage Ministries, officiated. Mr. Kauble (left), 34, is an executive producer and creator of game shows, including Fox’s “Beat Shazam,” for Interrobang Entertainment, a company that develops games in…

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Chelsea King, Ian Arthur

Chelsea Nicole King and Ian Robert Arthur were married Oct. 20 in Baltimore. Willa Mae McCloud, the bride’s grandmother and an ordained evangelist with the Apostolic Assemblies of Christ, officiated at the couple’s home. Until June, the bride, 35, was a health care technology strategist and innovation professional for Inovalon, a health care technology company…

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Melanie Baevsky, Adam Besvinick

Melanie Rachel Baevsky and Adam Kahn Besvinick were married Oct. 20 at the Brae Burn Country Club in Purchase, N.Y. Rabbi Eytan Hammerman officiated. The bride, 29, is a director on NBCUniversal’s digital partnerships team in New York. In 2011, she was the first account coordinator on the sales team in the New York office…

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Molly Hinton, Brian Meyer

Molly Jordan Hinton and Brian Robert Meyer were married Oct. 20 at Hildene, a museum in Manchester, Vt. Michael-Corey Francis Hinton, the bride’s brother who was given a one-day certification by the State of Vermont, officiated. The bride, 29, is an associate brand manager in North American Marketing at Colgate-Palmolive in New York. She graduated…

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When Jackie Married Ari: How We Reported the Wedding of the Decade

Times Insider delivers behind-the-scenes insights into how news, features and opinion come together at The New York Times. The date: Oct. 20, 1968. The bride: Jacqueline Kennedy, a president’s widow who had dominated public imagination, culture and style. The groom: Aristotle Onassis, one of the world’s richest men, a tycoon who had risen from rags…

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Stacey Abrams Hopes Medicaid Expansion Can Be a Winning Issue in Rural Georgia

ATLANTA — For the upscale urban audience at a campaign town hall here, it would have been enough for Stacey Abrams to pitch Medicaid expansion as a moral issue — the health-care-as-human-right argument that appeals to progressives everywhere. Instead, Ms. Abrams, the Democrat in the tossup race for Georgia governor, stuck to the pragmatic line…

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Meghan Markle Wore the Same Dress as Prince Harry’s Ex-Girlfriend

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry made another stunning appearance together yesterday as they opened the ANZAC Memorial to kick off the 2018 Sydney Invictus Games. Getty Images Advertisement — Continue Reading Below Meghan, who returned to the Games a year after her public debut with Harry, wore a black Emilia Wickstead Dress. The design looked…

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Immune-Based Treatment Helps Fight Aggressive Breast Cancer, Study Finds

Women with an aggressive type of breast cancer lived longer if they received immunotherapy plus chemotherapy, rather than chemo alone, a major study has found. The results are expected to change the standard of care for women like those in the clinical trial, who had advanced cases of “triple-negative” breast cancer. That form of the…

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