The New York Times
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Traveling with President Obama on his journey to Asia and Australia was expensive, but it might have been worth it.
They fear being split into competing camps and raising hundreds of millions of dollars for a bloody primary that will injure the eventual nominee.
Gov. Christie will attend a conference next month hosted by Rep. Steve King of Iowa, whose outspoken and conservative views on immigration have made his a divisive figure. It will mark the second time in just a few months that Mr. Christie will have traveled to Iowa to attend an event with Mr. King.
The Senate Intelligence Committee has released its long-awaited review on the torture of prisoners held by the Central Intelligence Agency during the George W. Bush administration.
Mr. Branden, a devotee of the author Ayn Rand, became her lover and business associate, before going on to write a series of books about self-esteem.
Jonathan Gruber, the M.I.T. economist who advised the Obama administration on the Affordable Care Act, apologized on Tuesday for inflammatory comments that have brought negative attention to the law in recent months.
The health economist apologized to a House panel for making “glib, thoughtless” comments about the American public when assessing the Affordable Care Act.
To count down the days of her father’s deployment, my daughter and I made a calendar adorned with a whale for each day he’d be gone. She was delighted with her work, until she took in what it meant.
Mayor Eric M. Garcetti announced an ambitious plan for preserving structures, water lines and telecommunications in a major quake.
A long-delayed Senate report documenting the C.I.A.’s torture of terrorism detainees is set to become public on Tuesday.
The goal is not to reach as many people as possible, but to influence smaller groups like journalists, who are themselves influencers.
Demonstrators managed to block Interstate 80 for hours late Monday, the third night of protests in the city over the Michael Brown and Eric Garner cases.
A debate over whether to reappoint the budget director raises a larger question about resistance to good news.
The larger fire downtown closed portions of two major freeways and blanketed the area in ash and heavy smoke.
The liberal group MoveOn.org is poised to spend $1 million on a campaign to draft Senator Warren, the Massachusetts Democrat, into the 2016 presidential race.
Secretary of State John Kerry will attend climate talks in Lima, Peru, to encourage countries to strike an agreement on reducing carbon emissions.
A $60 million accord for victims transported to concentration camps by the French national railway is facing criticism for leaving out French citizens.
Federal officials have again granted Louisiana a waiver from compliance with the Bush-era No Child Left Behind education law.
National Briefing | New England: Vermont: Governor’s Race Is Going to Legislature Without a Concession
The second-place finisher in last month’s election for governor, Scott Milne, said Monday that he was staying in the race, bucking recent history of the losing candidate’s conceding, and leaving the final say up to the State Legislature.