The New York Times
Updated: 8 hours 14 min ago
A study finds that prolonged use of the drugs can lead to anemia, neurological problems or dementia.
Mary T. Barra, who will be the next chief executive of General Motors, visited The New York Times in November and sat down with reporters and editors.
Volatility in state budgets is gone, but various factors have caused a drop in tax revenue growth, the National Association of State Budget Officers says.
Acrimony over a new farm bill in Congress is mirrored by the conflicting views in the Mississippi Delta about cutting food stamps and overhauling the farm subsidy program.
The Puget Sound’s identity as an aviation hub is being threatened by Boeing’s decision to consider other incentive offers as it decides where to manufacture a new plane.
The research was met with a mixed reaction, as there is disagreement among scientists about whether omega-6 fatty acids are harmful.
The National Transportation Safety Board is said to want to highlight pilots’ evidently limited ability to manage the ubiquitous automated systems in a modern cockpit
Mr. Williamson, a lawyer and a foreign-policy scholar and author, was appointed to diplomatic roles under Presidents Ronald Reagan, George Bush and George W. Bush.
The recruitment of the longtime Democratic strategist John D. Podesta comes as the president is seeking to recover public support after the flawed rollout of the new health insurance marketplaces.
The technical errors that had bedeviled visitors to the site for weeks seemed to have been tamed, and applicants were finally selecting health care plans under the Affordable Care Act.
Alabama’s capital is dotted with markers commemorating aspects of the civil rights movement and the Civil War, but until now very few had taken note of the city’s role in the slave trade.
A final agreement on a Pentagon policy bill would strengthen protections for victims of sexual assault in the military and keep open the prison at Guantánamo Bay.
Mr. Porter, who had cerebral palsy, was the inspiration for “Door to Door,” a 2002 TV film starring William H. Macy.
Pete Festersen dropped his bid to challenge Representative Lee Terry just two months after announcing his campaign.
The 18 were accused of excessive use of force and obstruction of justice as part of a sprawling investigation into allegations of misconduct and abuse of inmates in county jails.
Merrill Newman, the Korean War veteran detained by the North Korean government, said he was kept under guard in a hotel.
The Mormon Church, on its website, offers its most extensive explanation yet about its exclusion of blacks from the priesthood.
States were expected to spend only $481 million on programs intended to prevent or curb tobacco use, well below the $3.7 billion recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, a report said.