The New York Times
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Mr. O’Malley, the Maryland governor, is sounding more and more like a Democratic presidential candidate. But he still treads lightly on the subject of Hillary Rodham Clinton.
The federal government announced guidelines that stopped short of tough measures in New York and New Jersey, while the Pentagon appeared to be setting its own course.
Shifting stances from Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo of New York and Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey over their Ebola quarantine policy left both allies and critics scratching their heads.
A federal prosecutor said that the city and a contractor exploited Medicaid billing loopholes to collect tens of millions of dollars in reimbursements.
Rail heads made by Trinity Industries, meant to reduce damage in a collision, are suspected of having a defect and have been banned by 13 states.
M.I.T. revealed that among undergraduates who replied to a survey, at least 17 percent of women and 5 percent of men said they had been sexually assaulted.
Jaylen Ray Fryberg’s final moments were etched into greater clarity Monday when the Snohomish County medical examiner’s office said he had committed suicide.
Are victories for gay marriage obscuring the challenge of H.I.V.?
The effort, by Thomas F. Steyer, has turned the battle over the State Senate into one of the most expensive legislative elections in state history.
William J. Burns, who just stepped down as deputy secretary of state, is being named president of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.
Hillary Rodham Clinton said she misspoken when she made comments that seemed over-critical of corporations.
The database assigns a score to 80,000 products based on factors like how nutritious and processed they are.
It’s a strong possibility that both the Georgia and Louisiana Senate elections will go to runoffs, raising the chances that control of the Senate will not be known until December at the earliest.
Kaci Hickox, a nurse who treated Ebola patients, was released on Monday, her lawyer said, but Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey defended the way she had been treated.
Should a reader help her child “work” on taking pleasure in being with others as well as “exploring/playing by himself” or let him be?
Jason Carter, who is challenging Gov. Nathan Deal in Georgia, has released an ad tying the governor’s handling of a January winter storm to his education policies.
A closer look at recent polls — the same ones showing Michelle Nunn making gains — raises the possibility that she hasn’t won any new voters at all.