The New York Times
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As the Justice Department moved to charge Edward J. Snowden with disclosing classified information, American officials said that he left a hotel in Hong Kong where he had been holed up for weeks.
As jury selection in George Zimmerman’s murder trial began, lawyers from both sides sought to gauge prospective jurors’ exposure to the widespread coverage of the case.
Leaders in Congress and the intelligence committees strongly support the N.S.A. programs, and use national security arguments to trump privacy concerns.
Mr. Eidus, an advertising executive, began his career as an internationally acclaimed concert violinist who made it to Carnegie Hall as a soloist at age 13.
Edward J. Snowden orchestrated an elaborate plan to reveal the closely guarded secrets he had emerged with from deep inside the American national security apparatus.
Mr. Hotaling offered tales about African-American jockeys and a White House built by slaves, and his question in 1988 about race ended the career of Jimmy (the Greek) Snyder at CBS.
Officials with the Organ Procurement and Transplantation Network voted in an emergency meeting to create a new avenue for children seeking lung transplants.
Dozens of amendments to the immigration legislation were being prepared as the Senate prepared to begin debate.
Six executives of a company that recycles explosives were indicted Monday in an investigation into the improper storage of millions of pounds of military propellant.
The national organization that manages organ transplants rejected making emergency rule changes Monday for children under 12 who are waiting on lungs, but created a special appeal and review system to hear such cases.
.Jurors in the Michael Jackson case were shown an email on Monday in which the top executive at AEG Live LLC expressed grave concerns about treatments Jackson was receiving from his longtime dermatologist.
An instructor at an Army medical training school at a military base in Texas was wounded Monday when a fellow service member shot her outside her office, authorities said.
Gov. Pat Quinn proposed a compromise to solve Illinois’ nearly $100 billion pension crisis, but it was unclear whether the Democratic House speaker would agree to the plan.
Gov. Rick Perry on Monday signed a bill that will reduce to 5 from 15 the number of standardized tests that Texas high school students must pass to graduate.
Advocates for women's rights say the federal government's decision to comply with a New York judge's ruling giving all girls easy access to emergency contraception could be "a move forward for reproductive justice."
North Dakota State University suspended star linebacker Travis Beck from the team indefinitely after allegedly hitting a man until he was unconscious in a weekend altercation in Fargo.
In a reversal, the Obama administration has decided to stop trying to block over-the-counter availability of the most popular morning-after contraceptive pill for all women and girls.
The measure is the first step in a renewed attempt at legislation that will set food and agriculture programs and policy.