The New York Times
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The landmark study, commissioned by the Justice Department, has provided a wealth of data on pricing, market structures and sex workers’ motivations.
Some experts said the report indicated that the disorder is being diagnosed and treated with medication in children far too often, and that steeply rising diagnoses among adults might portend similar problems.
The number of people who signed up for private health insurance under the Affordable Care Act in February declined for the second month in a row.
Political donations by relatives of Roberto and William Isaias, fugitives from Ecuador who fled to Miami, have raised questions about Washington’s decision making on their fate.
No charges will be brought against Archbishop John Nienstedt of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis, who was accused by a boy of inappropriately touching him.
The police say $600,000 in checks and cash has been stolen from the Houston megachurch led by Pastor Joel Osteen.
An appellate court in Chicago ruled Tuesday that transcripts of F.B.I. wiretaps not played at former Gov. Rod Blagojevich’s corruption trials should remain sealed, at least for now.
President Obama on Tuesday moved to preserve more than 1,600 acres of coastal land in Northern California by declaring them part of a national monument.
The Food and Drug Administration on Tuesday said it had approved the first medical device to prevent migraine headaches.
A mother and filmmaker captures her daughter’s unreserved love for a brother born with cerebral palsy.
The Republican candidate, David Jolly, defeated the Democrat, Alex Sink, to fill a congressional seat on Florida’s Gulf Coast.
Oregon State University is among a growing number of academic institutions that are teaming up with private companies to lure foreign students with yearlong transitional programs.
President Obama this week will direct the Labor Department to revamp its regulations to require overtime pay for millions of workers.
A businessman embroiled in a campaign finance scandal communicated with an adviser to Bill and Hillary Rodham Clinton on an illegal canvassing effort to bolster Mrs. Clinton’s 2008 campaign, court documents say.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon will no longer force aspiring members to endure onerous tasks of the type that have defined fraternity initiations for more than half a century.
Senator Dianne Feinstein, the chairwoman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, said the C.I.A. searched computers being used by committee staff members to investigate the agency’s interrogation tactics.
The investigation is the latest in a widening series into G.M.’s handling of faulty ignition switches in its Chevrolet Cobalt sedan and other cars that the company says are linked to 31 accidents and 13 deaths.
An operative for Al Qaeda offered an intimate account of his interactions with Osama bin Laden and Khalid Shaikh Mohammed in the terrorism trial of Sulaiman Abu Ghaith.
Ohio officials said that an oil and gas well near the site of two small earthquakes was undergoing hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, when the quakes occurred.
Jurors in the trial of Brig. Gen. Jeffrey A. Sinclair were sent back to their regular duties as lawyers tried to resolve the case.