The New York Times
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Secretary of State John Kerry will be leaning heavily on Egypt, Turkey and Qatar — which have deep divisions over the Islamic movement — to help broker a cease-fire as quickly as possible.
Many scientists say capturing the carbon that spews from power plants and locking it away is necessary to stave off the worst effects of climate change.
Dozens of wildfires are burning hundreds of thousands of acres and forcing thousands of residents from their homes.
Administrators at Hobart and William Smith Colleges in central New York are pressed for changes over how a campus panel handled a freshman’s complaint.
Mr. Gentry’s books ranged from the Manson murders to J. Edgar Hoover to the madams of San Francisco.
Ryan M. Pitts, a former Army staff sergeant, earned the medal for conspicuous gallantry after more than 200 insurgents tried to overrun his base, which was defended by just nine Americans, in 2008.
Rick Perry ordered 1,000 National Guard troops to the border with Mexico, seizing on a get-tough immigration message.
New regulations could lead to the closing of the last cigar factory in the historic Ybor City, a Tampa neighborhood that was once home to scores of cigar makers.
The death of Dan Markel, a leader in the world of legal online scholarship, has been called a murder by the police in Tallahassee, Fla.
Johns Hopkins Hospital will compensate more than 7,000 women in what experts said was one of the largest medical malpractice cases of its kind.
The two were killed on Sunday, in what was the deadliest day yet for both sides in the conflict between Israel and Hamas.
American Special Forces teams have been a central part of Afghanistan’s security landscape, and how Afghan forces will fare after their departure will help define America’s legacy in the country.
The State Department warning essentially expanded a longstanding advisory that Americans should avoid the West Bank and not travel to Gaza.
Gary J. Gates, a demographer, discusses the challenges in obtaining reliable survey information about lesbians, gays, bisexuals, and transgenders.
In “Clinton: The Musical,” a former president is so conflicted that he is portrayed by two actors and the humor is so low that Kenneth Starr wears leather and fishnet.
Turning Profits Into Productivity: Businesses Need to Spend More. The Future of the Economy Depends on It.
Capital spending improves worker productivity, and worker productivity leads to better living standards.
School administrators agree that students complained about new lunch standards when they were first implemented in the fall of 2012—but tell researchers that by spring, the complaints had largely subsided.
“What exactly are they trying to hide?” Mr. Obama said of pro-Russian separatists who have delayed or impeded the collection of victims' bodies.
President Obama made his declaration as he signed an executive order expanding protections for workers of federal contractors.
Modeling a Medicare plan on the Affordable Care Act could save taxpayers money by forcing plans to compete on price rather than unnecessary benefits.