The New York Times
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The film had improbably become a symbol of free speech over the last week as hackers managed to get it withdrawn from theaters and then watched it open after all.
America should look north for help with its immigration debate.
There’s a common perception that with cancer in the house, the mood is all death and dying, gloom and doom. But there can be laughter and humor, too.
Emails sent during Jeb Bush’s time in office and obtained through a public records request illustrate, hour by hour, the business of governing one of the country’s most populous states.
Officials have investigated more than 40 threats of violence against officers since two of their colleagues were shot and killed on Saturday.
President Obama’s decision to restore full diplomatic relations with Cuba will be tested by whether Cuba honors promises to release political prisoners and to allow improvements in Internet access.
Guardrail heads made by Trinity Industries are suspected of having a defect that could lead them to jam and skewer vehicles.
Life for black officers, many say, has long been a delicate balancing act between fellow blacks and their police station houses.
Big tobacco companies are deploying their financial resources and knowledge in a bid to dominate a potentially huge market for cigarette alternatives.
A plunge in oil prices has sent tremors through the global political and economic order, helping the United States but pushing several big oil-exporting nations to the brink of financial crisis.
In getting behind “The Interview,” Google and Microsoft joined what had become more a campaign to defend free speech against foreign intimidation than a business initiative.
The effort to raise money and goods, inspired by Robin Williams, raised about $2,000 in each of nine shows.
The destructive system damaged communities from Mississippi to Georgia. Flood warnings were issued for several counties in Alabama, Georgia, Florida and Louisiana.
Antonio Martin, 18, pointed a gun at a police officer, who is white, before being shot at a gas station in Berkeley, Mo., the authorities said.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said one lab sent the wrong samples, possibly containing the live virus, to another lab, where a technician might have been exposed.
The Army has prosecuted about 1,900 cases of desertion since 2001, despite tens of thousands of soldiers fleeing the service in the face of deadly combat and long and multiple deployments.
A prosecutor in South Carolina said Wednesday he would not appeal a circuit judge’s ruling overturning the conviction of a 14-year-old black boy electrocuted for the deaths of two white girls in 1944.
After closing the Jungle, the nation’s largest homeless camp, officials in San Jose, Calif., are aggressively cleaning out other encampments before they grow.
The past year’s developments are dots on a map, worthy of attention but hard to assemble into a narrative that says much more than ‘stuck.’