The New York Times
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Senator Kirsten Gillibrand will introduce a bill that would give military prosecutors rather than commanders the power to decide which sexual assault cases to try.
Even as West, Tex., is beginning to rise a month after a fertilizer plant exploded, some people are asking at what cost.
Messages released by the White House showed fierce jostling between the Central Intelligence Agency and the State Department, and at the highest levels of the C.I.A., on talking points after the attacks in Libya.
A former combat videographer, Kathryn Robinson, describes trying to get her life back on track after her return from Iraq left her with PTSD and thoughts of suicide.
Wrestling officials, diplomats and reporters filed video, photographs and text updates on a wrestling match between Iran and the United States in New York’s Grand Central Terminal on Wednesday.
Of the crises facing American troops today, suicide ranks among the most emotionally wrenching — and confounding.
The administration is pushing for greater protections for reporters who refuse to identify sources, even as officials face anger over the seizure of Associated Press records.
The vote was 91 to 7 for Marilyn B. Tavenner, acting leader of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services since December 2011.
If engineers cannot restore a mechanism that keeps the Kepler spacecraft’s telescope pointed, one of the most romantic and successful of NASA’s missions could end.
Elena Barbera has undertaken a modest fund-raising drive with daily ascents of the Bunker Hill Monument.
Researchers fused skin cells with donated human eggs to create human embryos that were genetically identical to the person who provided the skin cells.
O. J. Simpson testified in Las Vegas on Thursday, trying to overturn the kidnapping and robbery conviction that sent him to prison.
An inspector general’s report described a failure to stop the singling out of conservative groups as Congressional aides tried to find out how far knowledge of the effort reached.
Russia’s Federal Security Service, the successor to the Soviet-era K.G.B., released photographs and video of Tuesday’s arrest of an American accused of being a Central Intelligence Agency officer.
For reality TV show producers, Louisiana, home of “Swamp People” and “Duck Dynasty,” is a gift that keeps on giving.
Ariel Castro, who was charged with holding three women captive and raping them over a decade, plans to plead not guilty to criminal charges, one of his lawyers said.
One of my fears with picking a roommate is that I might not end up getting along with him and then I will regret not having the selection be made randomly.
The seizure of the two mobile phones used to record the beating of a man by police in California has led to accusations that the sheriff’s department is trying to cover up the episode.