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Michael Farrell, who has led the Bioterror Rapid Response and Advanced Technology laboratory since 2009, “voluntarily resigned” on Tuesday, a spokesman for the agency said.
Supporters say the wind farm experiment is essential if states want to reduce reliance on fossil fuels and meet new federal rules on carbon emissions.
When he became president, President Obama vowed to shield his daughters from the public and press. Now, he can’t stop talking about them.
In a large trial, researchers discovered that pills like Tylenol and Anacin worked no better than a placebo, but could help with other pains.
The National Register of Historic Places listed 803 sites when it was created. Now it’s over 90,000.
Across the theological spectrum, clergy are urging Americans to welcome the child migrants arriving from Central America, and many are providing services for them.
The Affordable Care Act was designed to make health care more affordable and more uniform, but court rulings could deepen the disparities among states.
Demographic change is shifting the state left, even if a Senate victory in November would be an upset.
The Common Core should finally improve math education. The problem is that no one has taught the teachers how to teach it.
Undercover investigators said they were able to buy health insurance under the Affordable Care Act using false identities.
Rarely has a president been confronted with so many seemingly disparate foreign policy crises at once, and the interlocking nature of them all is making the current upheaval more complicated.
Mr. Hartsfield, who logged 483 hours in space, flew on the Columbia and the Challenger before they met disaster.
The United States military spent millions on garbage incinerators in Afghanistan, but they went unused in favor of open burn pits, a report from a watchdog agency said.
While members of the Senate panel praised Robert A. McDonald as an ideal pick to lead the department, they debated whether the agency needed more money to fix its problems.
Republicans in the House and Senate have rejected a Democratic funding plan, saying it did not include any changes to immigration law to address the overall problem.
One federal appeals court panel ruled that the federal government could not subsidize coverage bought by people on the federal insurance exchange. Another said the opposite.
The Supreme Court overturned a ruling by an appeals court on lethal-injection protocol in the case of Joseph R. Wood III, who is scheduled to be executed on Wednesday.
In Brooklyn and elsewhere around the country, federal prosecutors are testing a presumption of confidentiality, and the issue is being decided in the courts case by case.
A judge in California certified a class of 21,000 current and former Apple employees who claim the company did not give them required meal and rest breaks.
Tom Hendrix has built a mile-long stone wall to memorialize his Native American great-great grandmother, who was displaced during the Trail of Tears.