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The magazine’s story claiming to have uncovered the founder of the digital currency drew a wave of attention, much of it negative.
With physical and virtual visits “off the charts,” libraries across the country are thinking up innovative ways to keep users happy.
Edward J. Snowden said that he initially told officials of his concerns about the National Security Agency’s surveillance operations, but that none “took any action.”
“He told me that if I ever said anything to her or anyone else about he and I, he would kill me,” an Army captain testified.
A search for a Mississippi minister’s 1964 sermon denouncing bigotry did not yield the original copy, but a scholar found that the message resonates deeply.
The American economy added more jobs in February than in either of the two months preceding it, suggesting winter weather had been the primary obstacle to growth.
A heightened political awareness, and a healthy self-regard that they could do a better job, are drawing a surprisingly large number of doctors to the power of elective office.
Hillary Rodham Clinton on Friday spoke about her new “No Ceilings” initiative as part of her tour of speaking engagements related to women’s rights.
One increasingly popular niche for those who want to be their own boss are jobs that target people who want to stay in their own homes, rather than move to an assisted living facility.
If House Republican leaders have not yet killed an immigration measure, it may be because of the growing power of Latinos at the ballot box.
For the middle-class town Lake of the Woods, the absence of rain is posing a fundamental threat to drinking water.
The issue of increasing base aid per student was politically charged because as lawmakers were refusing to increase funding, they passed the largest tax cuts in state history.
A woman who drove into the ocean in Florida with three children in her minivan seemed to suffer mental health issues and feared for her safety, the authorities said.
The last abortion clinics in two poor and working-class regions were closing, and the number of Texas clinics, once at 44, is expected to fall to six.
After being attacked by conservatives for supporting immigration reform, Senator Marco Rubio is trying to become the leading voice for a muscular brand of foreign policy.
New York is one of at least 26 states rolling out managed long-term care programs under Medicaid, but the widely praised version in Tennessee has had problems.
An explosion that killed four Marines last year was most likely caused by a dropped or kicked grenade, and two Marines were relieved of duty as a result, officials said.
The people who first designed the SAT decades ago wanted to identify a new elite based on brains rather than heredity, not necessarily to expand access to college.