The New York Times
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Congressional Republicans signaled that they expected concessions in exchange for approving President Obama’s request for nearly $4 billion to handle the surge of migrants from Central America.
The apparent cure had raised the thrilling possibility that aggressive early treatment might be able to reverse infections in newborns — and perhaps even in newly infected adults.
Property owners are caught between the need to cooperate with increasing the energy supply and the desire to protect their land.
The potential deal raises the possibility of a clash between the House and Senate versions of the legislation, just weeks before the fund could go broke.
The Federal Trade Commission contended that Amazon improperly billed customers for “many millions of dollars” of charges that children made without their parents’ consent.
Speaker John A. Boehner said his lawsuit against the president would focus on changes to the health care law that should have been left to Congress.
Unemployment claims dropped by 11,000 as the labor market continued to improve.
Companies like Phone2Action and CrowdHall are providing services that were once the province of legislators and political parties.
As more states legalize casinos, dissipating the power of that lure, the South Dakota town is trying to restyle its history and offerings into a new tourist-friendly package.
The Central Intelligence Agency and the Senate Intelligence Committee had accused each other of criminal behavior related to the committee’s investigation of the agency’s interrogations.
The Affordable Care Act says substance abuse treatment is an “essential health benefit,” but an older law is making residential care hard to get.
The fast-moving fire in Lowell, Mass., also injured nine people and left dozens homeless, officials said.
We all want things. It’s not a character flaw. But financial savvy starts with understanding the difference between “want” and “need.”
Sleep does so much more for our bodies than preventing us from being tired tomorrow, but most parents don’t tell our children that. Educating kids about the importance of sleep leads them to sleep more.
The National Security Agency documents, leaked by Edward J. Snowden, aroused anger among Muslim civil-rights groups, which said there was no basis for the apparent spying.
The House pushed back the start of its session after an incident involving ongoing asbestos abatement work, officials said.
By increasing the number of wireless phones dialed, pollsters get a more representative sample, one that includes all demographic groups.
The rollout of the health law was problem-plagued, but a new study finds many of the people affected by it are pleased with their plans.
Matthew G. Olsen has been director of the National Counterterrorism Center as threats from Al Qaeda shifted from Pakistan to Syria, Iraq and Yemen.