The New York Times
Updated: 8 hours 23 min ago
Secretary of State John Kerry said on Sunday, “We know for certain that the separatists have a proficiency that they’ve gained by training from Russians as to how to use these sophisticated SA-11 systems.”
As a child, Dr. Nir had to masquerade as a Roman Catholic in German-occupied Poland, an ordeal that he turned into a well-received memoir and that guided him in treating victims of trauma.
Two days after a Staten Island man died following a police encounter in which a chokehold appeared to be used, the city is looking into the more than 1,000 complaints it has received in recent years about police officers using the hold.
A jury in Florida awarded a staggering $23 billion judgment against R. J. Reynolds, the country’s second-largest tobacco company, for causing the death of a smoker who died of lung cancer at the age of 36.
The recent number of mistakes documented at federal laboratories involving anthrax, flu and smallpox viruses have contributed to a debate over lax government oversight at high-level containment labs.
Mexico has announced plans for tightened deportation and border control policies as its migrant numbers surge in response to worsening gang violence in Central America.
The greater sage grouse might be declared an endangered species, restricting development of its habitat, leading the energy industry and the government to try to save the bird.
On the day of two international crises, President Obama continued with an itinerary that included fund-raisers, despite criticism that he appeared unpresidential.
Young migrants from Central American countries have stories of abuse, abandonment and flight from organized crime that could make them eligible for U.S. entry, but they are often not heard.
The announcement followed a round of sanctions imposed Wednesday by Washington against Russian companies and individuals, the third such measure this year.
The investment firm Standard General has bought a $10 million loan made to the retailer that had threatened to set off a string of defaults.
State insurance regulators and the Obama administration plan to revise standards so consumers will encounter fewer unexpected out-of-network bills.
The strike was the fourth reported in the North Waziristan tribal region since Pakistan began a military operation there last month.
A federal judge has allowed a lawsuit by Tea Party groups to move forward against the Internal Revenue Service.
The ouster of the president of Market Basket stores has spawned protests, as a longtime feud between cousins engulfs employees.
The recent wave of young migrants has complicated the Republican Party’s effort to win back the support of Latinos while gaining immigration reform.
The practice of scoring political points with official documents has flourished since the Truman administration.
Many investors and job-seekers are flocking to Washington and Colorado to take advantage of the legal marijuana industry, but the risks can be high and the rewards nonexistent.
An executive order protecting gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender employees from discrimination by companies that do federal government work will not include an exemption sought by many religious groups.