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Federal safety regulators are looking into complaints that passenger-side air bags did not deploy in crashes involving the 2008 Impala sedan.
Secretary of State John Kerry planned to fly to Paris on Friday night to continue his diplomatic push for a cease-fire agreement between Israel and Hamas
A reflection of the nation's polarized political climate shows up in changing answers to a poll question.
An Arkansas business owner was the face of a television ad critical of the Obama administration’s health care plan, but insurance companies were backers.
The Times solicited stories about volunteers’ service.
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A psychiatric patient opened fire at a suburban hospital in Pennsylvania on Thursday, killing his caseworker and wounding his doctor, who returned fire, the authorities said.
Tom Greer said he had been attacked by the woman and an accomplice before he shot her twice in the back as she ran, and the Long Beach police were deciding whether to arrest him.
Aruban officials said they arrested the former Venezuelan general at the request of American authorities, who have accused him of involvement in drug trafficking.
Under the plan, Palestinian and Israeli officials would cease fighting on Sunday and begin negotiations on the principal economic, political and security concerns about Gaza.
Circuit Judge Terry Lewis, who this month threw out Florida’s current congressional map, saying it is illegal because districts were drawn to benefit the Republican Party, heard arguments in a three-hour hearing.
Universal K. Allah, whose stun gun was used in the theft of a $5 million Stradivarius violin in January, was sentenced Thursday to three and a half years in prison.
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The Department of Justice and Mayor Richard Berry signed off on a framework of principles for addressing problem areas Justice officials identified in a scathing report on police practices earlier this year.
The nuclear power industry is not as prepared for those external events, according to a National Academy of Sciences study ordered by Congress after the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear accident in Japan in 2011.
The state holiday honors the arrival of Brigham Young in the Salt Lake Valley, but for non-Mormons, it has become something else: “Pie ’n’ Beer Day.”
Even with the prospect of jail time looming, Dinesh D’Souza has emerged as the right-wing media star of the moment, a seemingly constant presence on talk radio and Fox News.
The state’s attorney general called for a temporary halt to executions a day after it took one hour and 57 minutes for Joseph R. Wood III to die.
Senator Patrick J. Leahy said he would file a new version of a bill to end the National Security Agency’s program to collect bulk phone records.
A report said that the university’s band members had been told to mimic sex acts and were given vulgar nicknames, and that the director did not do enough to stop harassment.
A moratorium imposed after two accidents at other labs that could have exposed workers to anthrax and H5N1 was lifted because the lab has passed safety inspections and its work is crucial, a spokesman said.