The New York Times
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Paul Davis, a candidate for governor, said he was not arrested or charged in the incident and accused Republicans of “a desperate smear campaign.”
A pastor’s nearly nine-year battle to close a strip club has succeeded in getting the dancers to his church on Sundays, albeit as part of a topless protest against him.
A case in Washington State has sparked sharp debate over how much the military’s formidable investigative powers can legally contribute to civilian cases.
The checks were under consideration after an episode in which a man with a knife managed to get through the front door of the president’s home after jumping over the fence on Pennsylvania Avenue.
In the late 1980s and the ’90s, Prozac was seen as a life preserver for those drowning in anguish. It was also a marvel of commercial branding.
An unusual meeting of the United Nations Security Council is poised to adopt a resolution that would compel all countries to adopt laws to prosecute those who travel abroad to join terrorist organizations and those who help them.
The report on the emissions growth, 2.3 percent last year, showed that the world remains far off track in efforts to control global warming.
During chemotherapy, my cancer shifted from being a sad thing to being a sad and annoying thing. No one wanted anything to change, but almost everything did.
The five men escaped from the Madera County Jail near Fresno on Friday night and were considered “armed and dangerous,” a statement from the Sheriff’s Department said.
The correspondent has been attacked online and denounced as a traitor after publication of an article about Islamic State recruiting in Turkey.
After a Texas man with a knife made it into the entrance of the first family’s residence, the Secret Service said there would be increased patrols and surveillance while the episode was scrutinized.
The Senate race in Kansas has become the most scrutinized contest in the country, with Republicans scrambling to protect the incumbent and Democrats putting their hopes on an independent.
The parking brake on the affected vehicles may remain partly engaged, causing the pads to generate enough heat to cause a fire.
Authorities donned bulletproof vests and gathered heavy rifles before fanning out in search of Eric Frein.
A national effort to eliminate homelessness among veterans has made significant strides, finding places for 51,000. The program’s future, however, is in doubt.
A Syrian group led by a former member of Osama bin Laden’s inner circle is seen as more dangerous than the Islamic State for its potential to launch terror attacks.
In a growing practice, medical assistants, consultants and other hospital staffers, often called in without patients’ knowledge, are charging hefty fees.
Bishop Blase J. Cupich of Spokane, Wash., has been chairman of the bishops’ committee responding to the sexual abuse crisis, and has been unusually forthright in criticizing the church’s record on abuse.