The New York Times
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The last of a group of Democratic lawmakers who have lived in a Washington rowhouse for years finally moved out, taking their comforters and Hendrix records with them.
Among the 14 people arrested were the founders of the New England Compounding Center, which made steroids blamed for an outbreak that killed 64 people.
Arizona, California and Nevada signed an agreement calling for conservation and other efforts to forestall further drops in Lake Mead, the water source for much of the region.
Researchers have found that directly removing large blood clots in the brain greatly improves the prognosis for people having the most severe strokes.
Alan Gross has left Cuba on a US government plane bound for United States after being released on “humanitarian grounds,” says US official.
The G.O.P. establishment favorite has big advantages, but his approach and tone may not be acceptable to conservatives.
Rajiv Shah praised President Obama for giving the agency a stronger role in foreign policy decisions.
The Senate has confirmed a specialist on human fatigue to fill a longstanding vacancy at nation’s top automotive safety agency.
Hillary Rodham Clinton condemned the use of torture on Tuesday in her first remarks about the issue since the Senate Intelligence Committee released its scathing report last week.
A retiring senator refused to drop his opposition to an extraneous measure that had been added at the last minute by House Republicans.
In Europe, populist right-wing parties have become proponents of a more lavish, but also more restrictive, welfare state. Could that happen here?
Officials in two states announced plans Tuesday to equip law enforcement officers with body cameras after police shootings of unarmed men that have created tensions nationally.
President Obama has again enforced environmental policy by executive action, extending a ban on oil and gas exploration in Bristol Bay, Alaska, home to major fisheries and marine mammals.
The Marine’s request came as the United States intensified negotiations with the Iranians on their disputed nuclear program.
A federal panel will implement dozens of changes in Los Angeles County’s troubled jails in an agreement reached a year after guards were charged with beating prisoners.
Google’s critics are turning to state attorneys general to push the company to censor illegal content and sites from search results.
Mr. Bush, the former governor of Florida, could commandeer the center-right of the Republican Party, but his views on immigration and education may not please more conservative members.
Senators confirmed over Republican objections Sarah Saldaña as director of Immigration and Customs Enforcement and Antony Blinken to be deputy secretary of state.