The New York Times
Updated: 10 hours 42 min ago
As the court prepares to hear a challenge to the Affordable Care Act, questions have been raised about whether the plaintiffs have a dog in the fight.
A little over a year after the last federal shutdown, officials at the Department of Homeland Security face having to furlough about 30,000 employees, creating worries about daily operations.
Ackquille Pollard, who performs as Bobby Shmurda and was signed to Epic Records, found his label would not help him after his arrest.
Democrats disagree about whether their presidential nominee should promote the rebound, and Republicans grasp in several directions for the right message.
Legal documents filed electronically, and viewed by mass audiences, are changing the narrative and the nature of cases.
After Mother Jones published an article that said Mr. O’Reilly had misrepresented stories about his war reporting, he called the claims against him “a political hit job.”
Ashton B. Carter will hold a closed-door conference on Monday in Kuwait, where he is scheduled to meet with senior American military and diplomatic officials who are leading the fight against the Islamic State.
A decision by the University of Massachusetts to follow through on a law that bars Iranian students from some science and engineering programs sparked fury, consternation and accusations of discrimination.
A newly disclosed National Security Agency document shows the drastic acceleration of the use of cyberweapons by the United States and Iran against each other.
St. Louis has ordered the New Life Evangelistic Center, a shelter known for taking in just about anyone, to cut its intake drastically after complaints of its impact on a revitalized district.
Rudolph W. Giuliani, the former mayor of New York City, has challenged the media to find examples of President Obama expressing affection for the United States. A review of his public remarks provides multiple examples.
In the coming months, dealerships around the country will begin selling vehicles capable of running Android- and Apple-compatible dashboard systems.
President Obama’s veto of the pipeline bill this week, the third and most significant one of his six years in office, would most likely be followed by others.
At least one presidential contender favors repealing a 2005 tribal law that prohibits same-sex marriage and cannot be reviewed by the Supreme Court.
Wisconsin’s governor, a Republican, has made shifts in how he talks about abortion and same-sex marriage since his re-election victory over a well-funded Democrat.
Where industrial jobs have grown scarce, nurses and other health care professionals are increasingly leading the way to middle-income lifestyles.
Jeh C. Johnson urged shoppers to be “particularly careful” in visiting the mall after it was targeted for a terrorist attack in a video posted by the Shabab.
Mr. Terry, an alumnus of Count Basie and Duke Ellington ensembles and the “Tonight Show” band, was also a fervent jazz educator.