The New York Times
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Before a major data breach, Home Depot was slow to raise its defenses against hackers despite alarms from security experts as far back as 2008.
In drumming up support in the fight against a terrorist group, the secretary of state suggested that Iran had a role to play.
Prosecutors had accused John G. Rowland of obstructing justice, falsifying documents and committing other violations of campaign finance laws.
The Detroit City Council approved the creation of a regional water authority, pushing forward an integral part of the city’s plan to restructure $18 billion of debt and exit bankruptcy.
A federal jury convicted the owner of a peanut plant and two others in a salmonella outbreak that prompted one of the largest food recalls in the nation and was linked to several deaths.
Divers found the body of a missing Central Texas sheriff’s deputy, a day after her patrol car was found swamped by floodwaters.
Higher humidity helped slow the growth of a large wildfire in Northern California that the authorities said was set deliberately set.
Before the opening of the United Nations General Assembly, negotiators have discussed a plan to remove the pipes that connect Iran’s nuclear centrifuges.
Extreme poverty, drug addiction and debt plagued the Spirit family for years before, the police said, Don C. Spirit killed his daughter, six grandchildren and himself on Thursday.
A lawyer withdrew from the case, reportedly under pressure from colleagues concerned about its political aspects.
A complaint alleges that the agency failed to stop workplace harassment and sexual abuse and retaliated against women who reported it.
Vishavjit Singh, one of several hundred thousand American Sikhs, has reclaimed his religion while trying to help others understand it.
To account for concerns raised by small brewers, cheese producers and others, the agency revised provisions for water testing, manure, compost and spent grains.
The two states would probably decide the election if it were held today, and they pose unusual challenges for election forecasters.
Heading into President Barack Obama's final midterm election in the White House, Democrats on Friday sought to energize female voters, pointing to women as key to the party's future.
Reforestation might seem like a simple solution to climate change, but the science shows it could make global warming worse.
The breach, which went unnoticed for five months, has become the largest known attack on a retailer.
A season of regional baseball bliss has given the cities, both with their own Beltways, dreams of a World Series clash between the Nationals and Orioles.
Democratic candidate are once again trying to accuse Republicans of waging a “war on women,” but they have a lot less to work with than in 2012.