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After drinking for hours in bars, Maj. Gen. Michael J. Carey was slurring his speech and stumbling through Red Square, and he tried to force a bar band to let him play, according to a report.
Two astronauts preparing for a spacewalk to fix a broken pump at the International Space Station will don helmets fitted with improvised safety measures.
As a deadline approaches, more people are trying to figure out the intricate cost-sharing arrangements of various options.
Secret documents reveal more than 1,000 targets of U.S. and British surveillance in recent years, including the office of an Israeli prime minister and heads of international aid organizations.
The agency has not “fostered an environment that tolerates inappropriate behavior,” the inspector general of the Homeland Security Department said.
New blood pressure advice could mean less treatment — or none at all — for millions over the age of 60.
Senator Harry Reid, the majority leader, fell ill Friday morning and went to the hospital as a precaution, a spokesman said.
Cathy Domenichini and Michael Brousard have their share of disagreements and often take separate vacations, but that has been healthy for them.
The difference in mortality rates between black women and white women with breast cancer has widened since 1975, in part because black women have not benefited as much from improvements in screening and treatment.
Advances in treatment have improved survival rates for women with breast cancer in the United States, but the majority of those gains have bypassed black women.
Millions facing the cancellation of health insurance policies will be exempt from penalties if they go without next year, the White House said.
Mr. Shaw, a former police officer, met Ms. Hearst during her crime-ridden affiliation with a leftist guerrilla group, and married her after her release from prison.
Prosecutors requested the evaluation of the prisoner, Ramzi bin al-Shibh, who has repeatedly disrupted pretrial proceedings in recent days.
Florida officials said Thursday that they had charged current and former inmates in a scandal involving forged release orders.
Some are sticking around both to help the president regain his standing and to avoid perceptions that aides are either escaping or being forced out.
The Obama administration deported 368,644 foreigners during the 2013 fiscal year, immigration enforcement officials reported, 10 percent fewer than in 2012.
At the heart of the report by a White House advisory group about America’s surveillance state is a challenge to President Obama’s conception of his presidency.
The president’s choices in the next few weeks may define America’s approach to national security long after his term is over.