Pompeo spent big and had the support of the Club for Growth and the PAC of Koch Industries.
U.S. officials identified the general killed in Afghanistan on Tuesday as Maj. Gen. Harold J. Greene, who became the highest-ranking U.S. military officer killed in combat since 1970.
The Russian president said that the measures were necessary to protect manufacturers of consumer goods in his country.
His success is a boon for the GOP establishment and a victory over the tea party.
A family dispute has complicated negotiations for the sale of the New England supermarket chain Market Basket.
The trial of former Gov. Bob McDonnell and his wife is raising the question of whether they simply received gifts from a businessman or were part of a scheme to arrange official favors.
The powerhouses of college sports are expected to gain preliminary approval to break away from some of the strictures of the N.C.A.A., which would give them more freedom to govern themselves and could allow athletes a share of the wealth.
Their plans "demonstrate little ability to cope adequately with failure," according to officials.
Senator Dianne Feinstein, the chairwoman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, pledged to fight for more of the report to be declassified, saying the redactions obscure its conclusions.
Sprint is abandoning its pursuit of T-Mobile as the regulatory challenges of the deal are too steep.
Republican hopefuls are heading to corn country. But are voters looking for something new?
Opinion: One has to wonder if the Turkish prime minister has lost his head.
Opinion: Methinks Steve LaTourette doth project too much.
In what many sports fans view as a historic move, the reigning NBA champion San Antonio Spurs announced the hiring of Becky Hammon as assistant coach. Terms of Hammon's contract were not disclosed.
An Afghan soldier killed Maj. Gen. Harold J. Greene, who appeared to be the highest-ranking member of the American military to die in hostilities overseas since the Vietnam War.
Harold J. Greene, the two-star Army general who on Tuesday became the highest-ranking U.S. military officer to be killed in either of America's post-9/11 wars, was an engineer who rose through the ranks as an expert in developing and fielding the Army's war materiel. He was on his first deployment to a war zone.
Officials have shifted to a strategy of deterrence, employing family detention centers and a fast track for deportation to discourage Central Americans from heading for the border.
Jesse Steinfeld, who became the first surgeon general ever forced out of office by the president after campaigning against the dangers of smoking during the Richard Nixon era, has died in Southern California.
A Florida man convicted of killing a 3-month-old boy by tossing the infant out of a moving vehicle has been sentenced to life in prison.