The New York Times
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Kennedy’s willingness to wear a “rice hat” revealed his eagerness to make connections in Louisiana, and those connections continue to this day.
The expected G.O.P. momentum has yet to materialize for the midterm elections, but there is still time.
The scientist discovered genetic predispositions for obesity through studies of adoptees, but took pains to keep his findings from being used an excuse for surrender.
To combat the growing threat of online breaches, companies and governments are hiring chief information security officers — whose main responsibility is to make sure data systems are secure.
Bus operators in Honduras say they are noticing a decline in the number of unaccompanied children headed to the border, and the Border Patrol has reported a dip in the number of people apprehended in Texas.
The appliance manufacturer is threatening to pull out of the troubled labeling program unless Congress bans class-action lawsuits.
In declining to keep a prescription drug database, the state has hampered its ability to combat abuse and also drawn buyers from neighboring states.
The federal appeals court ruling contrasted sharply with recent decisions by other state and federal courts defending states’ rights to keep information about lethal injection drug sources secret.
Millions of Americans are receiving auto loans they cannot possibly afford, in a lending climate marked by some of the same lack of caution seen in the housing industry before its 2008 implosion.
Secretary of State John Kerry stopped short of saying Russia provided the missile unit that downed Malaysia Airlines Flight 17.
Some of the nation’s largest school districts have joined the My Brother’s Keeper program.
Betsy Price of Fort Worth says her bicycle-based outreach promotes healthy living and community engagement.
Edward J. Snowden said lax oversight allowed for members of the United States military to pass around sexually explicit photos they had intercepted.
As South Americans flock to Miami, their influence has transformed the city’s once recession-dampened downtown, enriched its culture and magnified its allure for businesses.
While publicly Secretary of State John Kerry strongly defended Israel’s right to act against Hamas, an open microphone caught Mr. Kerry’s cellphone remarks to an aide.
Deciding whether to impeach President Richard M. Nixon was a defining moment for the congressmen involved, but it failed to become a model for subsequent actions.
Those responsible for American institutions’ global strategies too often fail to identify and work toward shared goals, observers say.
According to my mother’s prison records, she served around 17 weeks in “The Hole”—solitary confinement. Only for her it wasn’t so solitary. She had me.
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.