Gen. Keith B. Alexander said the disclosures by Edward J. Snowden had slowed the push to protect the country against attacks on civilian targets.
Members of Congress are asking why there was no clear warning of Russian military action.
A report by the Massachusetts inspector general found that a chemist who may have compromised tens of thousands of criminal cases was the “sole bad actor” at the drug lab where she worked.
The new network is keeping its star anchor on through the 2016 election.
National Briefing | Southwest: Arizona: Bill Advances to Allow Surprise Inspections of Abortion Clinics
The State House on Tuesday approved the measure for inspections that now require warrants, and Democrats argued that the legislation would empower officials to harass abortion providers.
President Obama’s proposal for 2015 shows how many national goals could be won by cutting unnecessary and unfair tax breaks for the rich.
Products virtually identical to e-cigarettes are known by names like e-hookahs or vaping pens, thwarting efforts by health officials to track their use, especially among young people.
Republicans who control the State Assembly unanimously voted to remove the majority leader from his post Tuesday amid allegations that he had groped a woman.
Phone calls with Vladimir Putin and Angela Merkel shape the administration's approach.
The plan, which uses federal Medicaid expansion funds to buy private insurance for poor people, is being closely watched by other states.
Moody’s gave Chicago a negative outlook, indicating another downgrade could occur if there is no pension fix.
Versions of already approved drugs kept the monkeys infection-free for weeks, and researchers hope that a dose every three months could work in humans.
The proposal, which attracted broad support on the City Council, is aimed at better regulating use of the drug and reducing penalties that disproportionately punish black residents.
Jack Conway, the attorney general of Kentucky, became the latest in a group of Democratic state prosecutors to refuse to defend laws prohibiting gay marriage.
Three senators have suggested naming a federal building after the Prohibition-era federal agent, but some Chicago officials say he doesn’t deserve it.
And Texas Rep. Ralph Hall is forced into a runoff.
Authorities say unemployment and drug addiction have spurred an increase in the destructive practice of cutting off the knobby growths at the base of ancient redwood trees to make decorative pieces like lacey-grained coffee tables and wall clocks.