The New York Times
Updated: 11 hours 18 min ago
To raise funds and awareness for pediatric cancer research, mothers shave their heads in solidarity with their cancer-affected children.
After a few months of treating life in our new town like one big vacation, the reality of everyday life is catching up with us, and everyone — especially the kids — is a little testy.
A New York Times/CBS News poll shows that President Obama’s approval ratings are similar to those of President George W. Bush when Democrats swept Congress in the 2006 elections.
The most significant accusation in the seven-count indictment of Mufid A. Elfgeeh of Rochester asserts that he tried to provide material support and resources to the Islamic State.
President Obama, warning that the disease could take hundreds of thousands of lives, called on other nations to help the United States as it leads the fight.
The new venture will try to provide a level of coordinated, high-quality and efficient care associated with only a handful of integrated health systems.
The intense blaze erupted Monday south of Weed, Calif. Elsewhere in the state, hundreds of firefighters battled about a dozen other persistent blazes.
The Children’s Health Insurance Program, known as CHIP, has helped cut in half the uninsured rate for children, but its funding is set to end in September 2015.
The plan to build a resort in Everett may founder in November if voters repeal a 2011 state law that permitted the construction of casinos.
The companies won the competition to begin flights as early as 2017.
Remarks by Gen. Martin E. Dempsey, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, open the door to a riskier, more expansive American combat role than the president has publicly outlined.
The top official from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration faced withering criticism over the agency’s failure to detect a deadly ignition defect in G.M. cars.
The number of American children living in poor households fell by 1.4 million in 2013, a report says.
Events overseas have undermined the Democratic strategy to tie the party’s midterm prospects to a theme that includes calls for a higher minimum wage and pay equity for women.
While some people golf to unwind, Matt Conn, an environmental consultant, restores his wetland, pouring in hours and money putting his pastime somewhere between hobby and obsession.
The suspect, Eric Matthew Frein, was the subject of a wide search on Tuesday after the police obtained a warrant charging him with murder, among other offenses.
A federal agency sued Corinthian Colleges, a major for-profit trade school chain, on Tuesday, charging that it lured students with lies about job placement and used illegal tactics to collect on student loans.