The New York Times
Updated: 10 hours 41 min ago
Two suspects in a shooting at a clothing store in Kissimmee were killed Tuesday after crashing their car, the police said.
Legal experts said many factors suggested that the institution, found liable for knowingly supporting terrorism, may be asked to pay a judgment near or exceeding $1 billion.
Julia Pierson, the director of the Secret Service, will face lawmakers’ questions next week about the agency’s latest embarrassment: a White House security breach by an Iraq war veteran.
Frederick J. Ryan Jr., the new publisher of The Washington Post, is known for his style and social connections — in many ways the polar opposite of Jeff Bezos, the owner.
The chief medical examiner used DNA testing to confirm the identity of Patrice Braut, who on 9/11 was in the offices of Marsh & McLennan, nearly 100 stories up.
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The Washington City Council voted unanimously on Tuesday to allow people to carry concealed handguns in the nation’s capital for the first time in nearly 40 years.
Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputies, sergeants and lieutenants were sentenced on Tuesday to federal prison.
Gov. Bobby Jindal’s former health secretary, Bruce Greenstein, was charged Tuesday by a state grand jury with lying about his involvement in the award of a now-canceled $200 million Medicaid contract.
Florida State University’s board voted 11 to 2 on Tuesday to hire State Senator John Thrasher as its next president despite significant campus opposition.
The Obama administration released preliminary data on insurers that have indicated they want to participate next year in the insurance exchanges.
Several websites and apps are transforming the way that players and coaches practice, scout other teams and analyze their own performance.
The Obama administration tried to convey a resolute coalition, but the vast majority of attacks were by American warplanes.
General Motors is seeking to help the brand shed its stodgy image and recapture a mystique that melted away nearly two decades ago.
American forces took advantage of the strikes against the Islamic State in Syria to try to also wipe out the leadership of an unrelated cell that the White House said was plotting against the United States or Europe.
The conservative author and documentary filmmaker Mr. D’Souza was given a probationary sentence, including eight months in a community confinement center, and a $30,000 fine.
A new study indicates that the higher the income level of a student’s family, the more adept the student will be on how to use the web.
The gunman and two other people were killed in the gunfire Tuesday morning at a UPS facility in Birmingham, Ala., the police said.
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