The New York Times
Updated: 2 hours 42 min ago
The Affordable Care Act has many doctors in private practice anxious about the future as those employed by hospital systems are enjoying security in a changing landscape.
Former Gov. David A. Paterson of New York drew praise for shepherding the state through a period of financial turmoil, and for serving as a role model for African-Americans and people with disabilities.
An internal debate over how hard the party should work to win over white men has emerged as support from female and minority voters grows.
A group of senators from both parties hope debate on a bipartisan child care bill can end months of political gridlock.
Mark Penn, who was once a political operative and has handled the company’s advertising, will become its chief strategy officer; two other executives will depart the company.
During this primary election cycle, Republican candidates in Texas have rallied around common villains — President Obama and the federal government.
G.M. has been sued, and now faces an investigation by the safety agency and the possibility of a criminal investigation, similar to the criminal inquiry Toyota is facing after recalls over the unintended acceleration of its vehicles.
President Obama rallied allies and approved a series of diplomatic and economic moves intended to isolate Moscow and prevent it from seizing more Ukrainian territory.
As Brig. Gen. Jeffrey A. Sinclair awaits trial on charges of sexual assault, lawmakers are expected to debate a bill to strip commanders of prosecuting decisions.
Ministers in various denominations help passengers in dire straits financially and anyone in need of a spiritual lift at the airport.
The United States says Russia risks eviction from the Group of 8 and that assets of Russian businesses could be frozen if the Kremlin does not reverse its occupation of Crimea.
IBT Media, a small digital publishing company that bought Newsweek for a pittance last summer, is poised to place the magazine on newsstands again this Friday.
The report, from leading security experts, also found that while the government has focused on the high-voltage power grid, less work has been done on the lower-voltage distribution system.
Pfizer and Amgen teamed to develop drugs to mimic the effect, though it may take a decade or more before it is available to the public.
In both parties, elite donors who once deferred to “super PAC” leaders to determine the best use of their money are now taking a central role in shaping campaigns.
A radio station has angered the Taliban by broadcasting pro-government ads, but that did not stop American Special Forces from raiding it.
The ascension of David Simas is meant as a message that the White House is serious about defending the party’s control of the Senate and mitigating losses in the House.
The Tutwiler women’s prison is rife with sexual crimes, the federal government says, but the appetite for costly reform in tough-on-crime Alabama appears minimal.
Russia’s use of its military in Ukraine has given Senator Marco Rubio of Florida an opening to emerge as a new foreign policy voice of the Republican Party.