The New York Times
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Kathryn Ruemmler, the longest-serving White House counsel of President Obama’s administration, will step down in May, according to officials.
Vendors of calamity products met their clientele at the third annual National Preppers and Survivalists Expo, a trade show held over the weekend in Tulsa, Okla.
It’s a valuable tool for analysis, but don’t believe all the hype.
House Republicans from high-unemployment regions planned to send the House speaker a letter urging him to take up the Senate bill or something similar.
A funny thing happened on the way to the predicted apocalypse of youth violence: Instead of exploding, violent crimes perpetrated by children sharply declined.
The paintings by former President George W. Bush mostly confirm the version of Mr. Bush we are familiar with: a man who is seemingly open and charming but also closed and opaque.
The genre’s audience has grown stronger, wider and younger, and media companies have invested heavily in artists and radio stations with increasingly mainstream appeal.
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel is visiting China amid tit-for-tat maneuvering and territorial disputes between China and its East Asian neighbors.
Palbociclib, a drug being developed by Pfizer, sharply cut the risk that advanced cancer would worsen among patients taking part in a Phase 2 study, researchers said.
As a young adult Christian whose political views are left of center, working in higher education where intellect is the only religion, I’m constantly negotiating how much of myself to share. My daughter has no such doubts.
Nearly the entire town of Darrington packed into the community center to pay their respects to Linda McPherson, who was among the first of the 30 victims of the landslide to be identified.
Mississippi officials hope a publicly operated civil rights museum scheduled to open in 2017 will be a symbol that the state is reckoning with the ugliest parts of its history.
One of the three soldiers shot and killed at Fort Hood died while barricading a door, preventing the gunman from opening fire inside a room packed with military personnel.
A group of Catholics in the archdiocese in Atlanta had asked that Archbishop Wilton D. Gregory sell the more than 6,000-square-foot home in keeping with the tone of austerity set by Pope Francis.
The recent Fort Hood shooting has shed light on the difficulties the military has had in identifying soldiers at high risk of violence and deciding whether to restrict their access to firearms.
Jurors have awarded the former director of Georgia’s ethics commission $700,000 after ruling in her favor in a lawsuit in which she said her salary had been cut and a deputy removed for investigating complaints against Gov. Nathan Deal.
Crude apps, patronizing behavior. For some, “bro” culture offers one explanation for why there are so few women in tech.
Some high-tech treatments help patients better control chronic diseases like diabetes, but they also drive an enormous surge in costs, and experts say many of them offer dubious benefits.
As they did successfully in 2012 against Mitt Romney, Democrats are painting the Koch brothers as indifferent to the struggles of ordinary people.