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The national debate over the use of the term “illegal immigrant” has fixed on an unlikely lightning rod: the liberal-minded, pro-immigrant owner of a Mexican restaurant chain in Colorado.
The agency was forced to temporarily shut down its unclassified email and public websites after the attack on its computer systems.
Lindy Chamberlain of Australia said that a dingo had entered a tent where her baby lay, and made off with her, but it took 30 years for her to get vindication and closure.
Takeshi Onaga, a former mayor of the capital, unseated Hirokazu Nakaima, who had agreed to move a Marine airfield but keep it on the island.
Many teachers say the ClassDojo app helps them record classroom conduct, but critics are wary of such apps’ ramifications for data privacy and fairness.
As a grand jury prepares to decide whether to indict Darren Wilson, a police officer, in the killing of Michael Brown, organizations are planning ways to react.
A growing consensus in favor of Truvada is opposed by one vocal man, Michael Weinstein, and his nonprofit organization.
President Obama edged closer to describing Russia’s military incursions in Ukraine as an invasion and said Russians were supplying heavy arms to separatists in violation of an agreement Moscow signed.
Nowhere to Turn: First of Two Articles: N.F.L. Teams’ Ties to Police Put Victims of Domestic Violence in a Bind
A domestic-abuse case involving Phillip Merling, a former Miami Dolphin, provides an example of lenient treatment of players by law enforcement agencies whose employees work off-duty jobs for football teams.
James R. Clapper Jr. said the North was disappointed he had not come bearing a “breakthrough” in relations, and he had not been certain Kenneth Bae and Matthew Todd Miller would be freed until hours before they left North Korea.
The Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art is set to announce on Monday that it will forge long-term partnerships with big names in contemporary art.
My kids have learned a new vocabulary, including words like lymphoma, chemotherapy, radiation, tumor and bone marrow. But they have also learned something important about being flexible, helping out, keeping a sense of humor and taking care of their elders.
The system opened Saturday and performed much better than last year, but some consumers reported long delays in trying to buy insurance and access their accounts at HealthCare.gov.
At a DuPont chemical plant in La Porte, Tex., 20 miles east of Houston, four workers were killed early Saturday by the gas methyl mercaptan.
Newly released audio and video offer glimpses into the fatal run-in between Michael Brown, an unarmed black teenager, and a white police officer, Darren Wilson.
In her first public event since the midterm elections, and before she announces whether she will run for president in 2016, Hillary Rodham Clinton took part in a carefully staged appearance with her daughter.
Executive actions that President Obama is expected to announce as early as this week could offer legal documents to as many as five million immigrants in the country illegally.
In a town in Oregon that long relied on logging, the old jobs are long gone and the food bank has a more secure future than remaining industry.
Dr. Salia, who lives with his family in Maryland, was taken to Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha, where two other Ebola patients were treated successfully.
Colleges are seeing sexual assault where it doesn’t exist while letting dangerous men go free.