The New York Times
Updated: 4 hours 17 min ago
The bodies were lifted from a glacier where six climbers went missing in May.
Lt. Gen. Dana K. Chipman retired in 2013 after four years as the Army’s judge advocate general under President Obama.
The federal government has sold more than 400,000 acres in the Gulf of Mexico off the Texas coast for oil and gas exploration and development.
Lawyers for the groups that sued the Republican-dominated Legislature over the original boundaries said the latest map was scarcely different from the old one.
Bob McDonnell, the Virginia ex-governor, began the political sales job of his life Wednesday, testifying to stave off conviction on corruption charges.
Two senators asked for an independent investigation into allegations that Air Force Academy officials punished an investigator and the cadet informant who helped him look into drug use and sexual assault among football players.
The Upshot’s election model gives Republicans a 61 percent chance to control the Senate, forecasting that the Democrat Michelle Nunn has only a 12 percent chance to win in Georgia.
A grand jury was scheduled to meet Wednesday to begin hearing evidence in the shooting of Michael Brown, as the unrest prompted by his death appeared to reach a turning point.
The results of the midterm elections could stymie President Obama in his last two years, but help formulate strong talking points for Hillary Rodham Clinton if she runs to succeed him.
The ensuing chaos echoed the past several nights of conflict between the police and protesters, with journalists among those arrested and feeling the effects of tear gas.
Dan Sullivan won the Republican primary and will face off against Mark Begich. Republicans have dominated federal offices in Alaska since it became a state in 1960.
There are two ways to think about domestic migration: where people started, and where they ended up.