Josh Roffeis was about to leave for work Wednesday morning when he discovered his green Honda filled with most of the family's Christmas presents had been stolen.
The agency is trying to complete a regulation governing emissions from power sources, and a formula for how to treat nuclear plants is proving contentious.
Issues that will be handled through the federal tax system include health insurance exemptions, penalties, and repayment of excess subsidies.
Questions and answers about how to file a return this year, the first time taxpayers have to report their health care status to the I.R.S.
Rabbi Schulweis was an influential rabbi and theologian who focused his sermons, books and social activism on connecting the Jewish community with the wider world — and vice versa.
Leading business schools are breaking from traditional approaches and picking up the digital-age arts of speed and constant experimentation.
Long before revelations that the Veterans Affairs hospital in Phoenix had hidden that veterans were facing long delays, senior department officials had been made aware of problems at the hospital.
With six of the 21 chairmanships, Texas will have the largest number from a single state since 1979.
Samsung is planning a new product launch next year based on its own operating system as it tries to free itself from Android.
Police say a 16-year-old Detroit boy was shot in the head while he and friends played with a gun in the basement of a home.
Mr. Lanier was first elected in 1991 on a promise to reduce the city’s crime rate, which proceeded to plunge in the first of his three terms.
The San Diego police said Thursday that a 40-year-old man died after a border inspector shot him with a stun gun at the nation’s busiest crossing.
At the site where Officers Wenjian Liu and Rafael Ramos were killed last week, law enforcement officials, clergy members and others gathered to pay respects to them.
National Briefing | Midwest: South Dakota: President of Oglala Sioux Considers Changing Health Insurer
A tribal president wants to tackle substandard health care on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation by kicking out the Indian Health Service and contracting with Sanford Health.
The authorities said Thursday that they had restored power to nearly everyone in Columbia after a series of powerful tornadoes that hit the town.
Firefighters rescued more than 60 hikers, including some who had been stranded for days when heavy rain made streams too swollen to cross on the island of Kauai.
The panda cub Bao Bao at the National Zoo in Washington is back with her mother after spending more than 24 hours in a tree, where she went after being startled by a tool that zookeepers use to contain animals.
People gather on Friday to mark the 10th anniversary of Asia's 2004 tsunami that still leaves a mark on the region.
Some factions want to keep pressing for police reform, as two slain officers are mourned in New York City. Others say that might alienate the public.
The film had improbably become a symbol of free speech over the last week as hackers managed to get it withdrawn from theaters and then watched it open after all.