The New York Times
Updated: 7 hours 14 min ago
A new poll finds that conservatives dislike the government’s involvement in the Affordable Care Act; liberals wanted more.
The surveys were of registered voters, a measure that often overestimates Democratic support, and vulnerabilities remain over disapproval of the Affordable Care Act.
A majority of the pay differential between men and women comes from differences within occupations, not between them, according to a Harvard labor economist.
Two recent articles show the differences — and the similarities — of how power and wealth intersect.
Nonviolent felons will be eligible if they have served 10 years in prison and would have received significantly lower sentences under today’s laws.
A short documentary follows the lawyer Steven Wise’s effort to break down the legal wall that separates animals from humans.
The United States will deliver to Egypt 10 Apache helicopters that were held up last year after President Mohamed Morsi was deposed.
The government was ordered to turn over notes on the detention of Abd al-Rahim al-Nashiri, who is accused of orchestrating the deadly bombing of the destroyer Cole in Yemen.
Television broadcasters are challenging Aereo, an Internet start-up that uses arrays of small antennas to stream over-the-air signals to subscribers.
Curt Clawson, the former chief executive of an aluminum wheel company, won the Republican primary in a special election for a congressman who resigned.
Senator Rand Paul spoke of the importance of giving parents more flexibility to decide where their tax dollars go, and labeled those who stand in the way of greater choice “dead-enders.”
Gov. Jan Brewer vetoed a bill on Tuesday that would have allowed concealed-carry permit holders to take their guns into government buildings.
A gay rights group filed a federal lawsuit on Tuesday challenging Georgia’s constitutional ban on same-sex marriages.
The State Court of Appeals on Tuesday revived a lawsuit challenging Gov. Jan Brewer’s expansion of Medicaid insurance for the poor.
A football coach whose house was the scene of an under-age drinking party that preceded the rape of a girl by two high school football players in 2012 pleaded no contest to two charges on Tuesday.
Former Lt. Gov. Jennifer Carroll failed to report thousands of dollars she earned from a veterans’ charity that was accused of running an illegal gambling operation, documents show.
Gov. Mary Fallin signed a bill to further restrict the use of abortion-inducing drugs in Oklahoma, despite objections from opponents who say it will force more women to have surgical abortions.