The New York Times
Updated: 9 hours 9 min ago
A military judge has ruled that one of five prisoners at the Guantánamo Bay naval base charged in the Sept. 11 attack should be tried separately from his co-defendants.
A federal appeals court upheld a 2011 law that prohibits doctors from asking patients about gun ownership or recording that information in medical records unless it was medically necessary.
The carjackers lost control of an S.U.V. and plowed across a busy street corner on Friday morning in north Philadelphia, the police said.
George J. Tenet, the former C.I.A. director, has been quietly engineering a counterattack against a Senate panel’s finding that officials misled Congress about an interrogation program.
Updates by the monitor will include quarterly reports on distributions, reserves, the status of bond settlements and litigation.
Many voters in Montana seem to be taking a wait-and-see attitude as they assess Senator John Walsh, a Democrat accused of plagiarizing an Army War College paper.
The adviser, Jonathan Gruber, a professor of economics at M.I.T., made a statement in 2012 that undercut arguments the Obama administration is now making about the Affordable Care Act.
Ambassador Ron Dermer, a former American citizen, has such a close relationship to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel that he has been called “Bibi’s brain.”
The state's Republican governor and House speaker are both struggling to make peace with conservatives as they try to appeal to more moderate voters.
The director of national intelligence said that members of Congress and staff members with security clearances would not have their computer use monitored as part of efforts to prevent leaks.
Several small restaurant chains that have reported impressive revenues, like Tender Greens, LYFE Kitchen and SweetGreen, offer organic, grass-fed, even vegan dishes.
Radical shifts in tactics have swept the field — even calling on officers to rush toward shooters without backup.
The president met with three Central American presidents as he pushes Congress to approve more money and resources to address the issue along the United States border with Mexico.
The Commerce Department on Friday found that Chinese companies had dumped their products on the American market at below cost, and imposed duties of 10.74 percent to 55.49 percent.
In a San Francisco performance, Tierney Sutton combined the Great American Songbook, jazzy religious odes and a series of readings.
Arthur T. Demoulas, whose firing as president of the family-owned chain Market Basket prompted employee protests, has made an offer.
The Kentucky senator, taking heed of lessons for the Republican Party in 2012, made his pitch at a National Urban League Conference.
Officials said more than half of all children initially placed in shelters have gone on to be reunited with at least one parent already living in the United States.
Federal safety regulators are looking into complaints that passenger-side air bags did not deploy in crashes involving the 2008 Impala sedan.
Secretary of State John Kerry planned to fly to Paris on Friday night to continue his diplomatic push for a cease-fire agreement between Israel and Hamas.