The New York Times
Updated: 11 hours 32 min ago
Prosecutors warned jurors not to accept defense arguments that former Gov. Bob McDonnell was unfairly targeted by law enforcement.
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s move means new nuclear plants can be built and old ones can expand their operations despite the lack of a long-term plan for disposing of the waste.
The president finds himself trying to buck up supporters heading into a crucial midterm election season.
This summer, pamphlets and a recruitment form have been stuffed into plastic sandwich bags, along with a few Jolly Ranchers, and tossed onto driveways in Hampton Bays.
No civilized country can shirk its responsibility to fight a global scourge.
No one is advocating an invasion, but we need a military strategy, and a far greater sense of urgency.
Children, drivers and other residents have learned how to prepare for huge dust storms, sometimes called haboobs, that can turn day into night in seconds.
Ms. Clinton said she would step down from the $600,000-a-year position to focus on philanthropic work at her family’s foundation.
A federal judge in Austin, Tex., blocked a stringent new rule on Friday that would have forced more than half of the state’s remaining abortion clinics to close.
Under the proposed settlement, hospital claims involving inpatient stays that are now under appeal would be paid at the rate of 68 cents for every dollar billed.
The state, adhering to a court order, is proposing to stop keeping most mentally ill prisoners in their windowless cells for 23 hours a day.
A lifelong race to become the Senate majority leader comes down to whether he can make one last sprint.
Mr. Kass, the first family’s personal chef, has one of the highest public profiles of anyone in the East Wing and a window into the zealously guarded space and tastes of the Obama White House.
At every moment when it has appeared that President Obama might be willing to shrug off his reluctance to act militarily in Syria, he has been drawn back.
The president is said to be considering a delay until after the elections in November, mindful of the electoral peril for Democratic Senate candidates.
All 18 monkeys exposed to a lethal dose of the virus and given the experimental drug survived, raising hopes that ZMapp will work in people.
An air ambulance carrying a cancer patient to Phoenix crashed shortly after taking off from Las Cruces airport, killing all four people aboard, the authorities said Thursday.
The demographic shift undergone by the troubled St. Louis suburb is mirrored in communities across the eastern half of the country.
An investigation of the 2012 attack on a U.S. diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya, will extend into next year, raising concerns among Democrats that Republicans are trying to hurt Hillary Rodham Clinton’s presidential prospects.