The New York Times
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Files released by House investigators include an email telling Mary T. Barra, now the chief executive, of steering problems in 2011.
Though many independent bookstores have blamed the giant online retailer for their struggles, there are signs of a thaw in tensions in Seattle, as many Amazon employees are buying books in brick-and-mortar shops.
President Obama tried to rally his political base as he spoke at the annual convention of the Rev. Al Sharpton’s National Action Network in Manhattan.
President Obama and Michelle Obama paid a total of $98,169, with a 2013 adjusted gross income of $481,098, a sharp decrease since most of Mr. Obama’s income came from his executive salary and not the sale of his books, as in previous years.
Glenn Greenwald and Laura Poitras revealed the findings of the former government contractor Edward J. Snowden.
The White House denied that the N.S.A. and other agencies had known about the security flaw that has created fears over the vulnerability of passwords and other data of Internet users.
The administration made its position clear after Congress passed a bill to block Iran’s nominee, who participated in the 1979 Tehran hostage crisis.
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The lawyer said his client, Amir Hekmati of Michigan, might be freed after serving three years of his 10-year term, which would be in August.
William J. Burns’s decision to wait until October to step down as deputy secretary of state raised the possibility that he may again play a role on Iran nuclear policy should formal negotiations fall short.
The 2016 elections may be far off, but the Tea Party class of 2010 is shaping up to be problematic for the Republicans, raising the possibility that the party could regain the Senate and then lose it.
In choosing Sylvia Mathews Burwell to lead the agency, President Obama is hoping to leave the early health law stumbles behind.
Researchers find that students’ reading comprehension was lower when they read books on electronic devices.
Democrats in races that will help determine control of the Senate are burning through campaign cash as they fend off attacks from conservative groups.
My infant son is eligible for five citizenships, and the choice of which passports to apply for turned out to be about much more than visas, paperwork and taxes.
A tour bus carrying high school students on a college visit collided with an 18-wheeler on Thursday, killing nine people and injuring dozens more, according to the authorities.
The legislation is a blunt response to Iran’s choice for United Nations ambassador: Hamid Aboutalebi, who played a role in the 1979 American hostage crisis.
The California Highway Patrol says the drivers of a FedEx delivery truck and a charter bus carrying high school students on a college visit are among the nine people killed in a fiery crash on Interstate 5.
Hardware like home routers and printers is connected to the Internet, and the Heartbleed bug is built into some of it.