The New York Times
Updated: 7 hours 21 min ago
The House passed legislation on Monday that is intended to clarify the mission of the government-financed Voice of America.
Jonathan Rosa and Cornelius Crawford were each charged with three counts of felony murder and other crimes, the police announced at a news conference.
Detectives said Joel Smith, 33, shot his family inside their apartment in Saco around 11:30 p.m. Saturday with a 12-gauge shotgun.
The drugs used to kill Joseph R. Wood III went into the veins of his arms, said Dr. Gregory Hess of the Pima County medical examiner’s office.
The document said Michelle Nunn might be attacked as a “lightweight,” “too liberal” and “not a ‘real’ Georgian,” and laid out strategies to respond to criticism.
The recently formed Mayday “super PAC” has begun a $12 million ad campaign to help elect lawmakers of both parties who support proposals to diminish the influence of big donors.
In this midterm election season, women’s groups like Planned Parenthood are shifting their language to reflect a range of health and economic issues that include abortion.
The head of Venezuelan military intelligence was on the payroll of a Colombian drug lord, invested money in drug shipments and coordinated the shipment of cocaine, according to prosecutors.
Cases in Tennessee and elsewhere illustrate the risk of cell extractions, a common tactic in which inmates are forced out of their cells by prison officers.
Medicare is now projected to run out of money in 2030, four years longer than predicted last year, thanks to a slowdown in health care spending tied to the new health law, according to the government’s annual report on the financial health of Medicare and Social Security.
The agreement set off a rush to gather signatures from members of the conference committee working on the bill so that it could be put to a vote of the full House and Senate before a recess.
Bertram Dahl, a self-described high priest of Paganism, and the city of Beebe in Arkansas have clashed over Mr. Dahl’s dream of opening a Pagan temple next to his house.
A 2-to-1 ruling by a federal circuit court followed similar rebukes covering Utah and Oklahoma, adding impetus for the Supreme Court to act next term.
The United States has concluded that Russia violated a landmark arms control treaty by testing a prohibited ground-launched cruise missile, according to senior American officials.
Two major feeding grounds for the huge mammals are bisected by the routes of ships near seaports in San Francisco and Santa Barbara, Calif.
The use of digital patient records has not led to overbilling, as feared, according to a new report — but it has not yet delivered efficiency gains or improved care, either.
Philadelphia International Airport became the first airport in the United States to provide free stationary bikes for travelers to use.
The effort in the case of Francois Holloway reflects a softening national view of sentencing, moving away from what is now generally perceived as an over-incarceration problem.
None of three recent polls gave the G.O.P. a lead among registered voters on the question of which party should control Congress.