The New York Times
Updated: 6 hours 34 min ago
A Congressional inquiry’s findings were remarkable both for the tens of billions of dollars involved and for Apple’s audacity in saying some of its subsidiaries were stateless and beyond any tax authority’s reach.
A group of priests and nuns calling themselves the Catholic Whistleblowers has organized in an effort to stop sexual predators in the church and to push for enforcement of zero-tolerance policies.
The United States attorney investigating leaks to the media has been involved in phone cases before.
The justices said that courts should defer to regulatory agencies in weighing how they carry out their mandates.
A report by the RAND Corporation said it was not clear how emergency rooms affected health care costs.
Hamzi Ahmad Barakat, a Lebanese citizen, was accused in a plot to defraud Lebanese immigrants in Brazil, though American officials have suspected him of trafficking in arms, drugs and counterfeit bills.
The Department of Defense has identified 2,206 American service members who have died as a part of the Afghan war and related operations.
The National Weather Service said a “large and deadly” tornado hit south of Oklahoma City a day after storms in Iowa, Illinois, Kansas and Oklahoma.
Ms. Brenner, who led Breast Cancer Action for 15 years, took on the medical establishment and industrial companies as she crusaded for research on the disease.
Officials said they were first notified on April 16 about an investigation into Internal Revenue Service scrutiny of conservative groups, but did not tell President Obama.
A mile-wide tornado chewing through areas near Oklahoma City area has reduced neighborhoods to rubble and left cars and trucks crumpled on the sides of highways.
Executives from Silicon Valley say that the Senate immigration bill imposes too much regulatory control over a company’s hiring a temporary foreign worker or laying off an American worker.
Although Will Walker, who will attend Williams College, counts himself “lucky,” he encourages other students with unfulfilled college plans to wait: “the universe usually has a way of working things out.”
A federal appeals court found that though the prayer at meetings in Greece, N.Y., could be given by members of all faiths and atheists, in practice almost all of the chaplains were Christian.
The chief White House lawyer, Kathryn Ruemmler, learned last month that the Internal Revenue Service improperly targeted conservative groups applying for tax-exempt status.
A massive storm front hammered parts of the United States on Sunday with fist-sized hail, blinding rain and tornadoes.
The names of the officers who were killed, and details about the accident off the coast of Virginia Beach, were not released by the agency.
A council representing 12,000 officers who issue documents will join a council representing 7,700 deportation agents in fighting a Senate proposal.
A report found 47 new diagnoses in the tribe in 2012, a 20 percent increase from 2011 and very worrisome in a community where AIDS still carries a stigma.
Parts of the vast High Plains Aquifer, once a prodigious source of water, are now so low that crops can’t be watered and bridges span arid stream beds.