The New York Times
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The Commerce Department approved a collection of tariffs on imports from China and Taiwan.
Current and retired city workers and their unions filed a lawsuit Tuesday arguing that a law overhauling Chicago’s pension systems was unconstitutional.
A federal judge in Pennsylvania issued an opinion on Tuesday declaring unconstitutional President Obama’s executive actions on immigration, but the finding had no immediate effect.
Mr. Bush, the former governor of Florida, announced that he had taken a step to form an organization that would ease a path toward a presidential run.
Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont, who has not yet decided whether he is, in fact, running for president in 2016, is forging ahead with what amounts to an Iowa listening tour.
The increase is occurring even as the the use of traditional cigarettes continues to decline, the National Institute on Drug Abuse says.
An on-again, off-again schedule to deployment is hard on all of us. In a weak moment, I told my husband that it was easier when he’s gone, and I regretted it instantly.
Its relatively warm tone was a far cry from six years ago when the investigation of American nuns was announced, creating fear, anger and mistrust among women in religious communities and convents.
As they plow through backlogged presidential nominations, Senate Democrats are defending a rule change that allowed them to break a nominee filibuster with a majority vote.
Changes in population, inflation and campaign finance laws, among other variables, render some comparisons practically meaningless.
An event in New York offered a look at the wonky, shared common ground between former Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg and former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton.
Michele Dunne, a former American diplomat, was turned away at the Cairo airport in a move that had been seen as possible evidence of the military’s crackdown on dissent.
James Mitchell, a former Air Force trainer, and a partner designed, led and directed the interrogations and became the prime advocates for what is now widely considered to have been torture.
Echocardiograms, ultrasound pictures of the heart, are an enticing revenue stream for hospitals and physicians because they are painless and have no side effects.
Local governments are taking a hard line against a small number of bakers, florists, photographers and others who are declining to provide services for same-sex weddings.
Many economists are convinced that falling unemployment and increased hiring are finally about to start paying off in terms of wage gains for a broader swath of workers.
Even if the economy keeps growing, prosperity could continue to elude many Americans, given forces predating the Great Recession that are depressing wage growth and widening income inequality.
Gov. Bill Haslam proposed using federal funds to cover 200,000 low-income residents through their employer’s health insurance plan or the state’s Medicaid program.
Roman Polanski, a film director, wants to have the threat of extradition and jail time lifted, after fleeing the United States before sentencing on a charge of raping a 13-year-old girl in 1977.