The New York Times
Updated: 6 hours 21 min ago
A judge said that Republicans “made a mockery” of an amendment meant to inject fairness into a process that has long been politically tainted.
Officials will know by early August whether the state can move forward with its own retooled health exchange or join the federal marketplace.
Gay couples can keep getting married in Colorado, even though the state’s same-sex marriage ban is still in effect, a judge ruled Thursday.
A judge sentenced a man to a year in jail on Thursday for his part in a mob attack that left a motorist in a coma for days.
A Secret Service officer and Capitol Police officer will not be charged in the shooting death of Miriam Carey, who last October led officers on a car chase from the White House to the Capitol before crashing.
The 50th anniversary of the Jackson, Miss., field office was recalled with a ceremony addressing how the agency’s relationship with both white and black Mississippians had evolved since.
A judge gave the Internal Revenue Service until Aug. 10 to explain under oath how it lost emails that Republicans are seeking as part of their ongoing investigation.
Edward Klein’s “Blood Feud: The Clintons vs. the Obamas,” a 320-page unauthorized and barely sourced account, has toppled “Hard Choices” from its spot on the best-seller list
Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman and BAE Systems will invest up to $170 million over three years on measures like changes in factory tooling or production lines.
The Obama administration said that Secretary of State John Kerry would fly to Vienna to assess whether a deal is possible in talks on Iran’s nuclear activities.
Five California men have opened a legal front over the recurring tensions between collective security measures and individual rights.
An increase in gang-related killings of children is a key factor driving the surge of migration of young Central Americans to the United States.
Congressional Republicans signaled that they expected concessions in exchange for approving President Obama’s request for nearly $4 billion to handle the surge of migrants from Central America.
The apparent cure had raised the thrilling possibility that aggressive early treatment might be able to reverse infections in newborns — and perhaps even in newly infected adults.
Property owners are caught between the need to cooperate with increasing the energy supply and the desire to protect their land.
The potential deal raises the possibility of a clash between the House and Senate versions of the legislation, just weeks before the fund could go broke.
The Federal Trade Commission contended that Amazon improperly billed customers for “many millions of dollars” of charges that children made without their parents’ consent.
Speaker John A. Boehner said his lawsuit against the president would focus on changes to the health care law that should have been left to Congress.
Unemployment claims dropped by 11,000 as the labor market continued to improve.
Companies like Phone2Action and CrowdHall are providing services that were once the province of legislators and political parties.