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A council representing 12,000 officers who issue documents will join a council representing 7,700 deportation agents in fighting a Senate proposal.
The chief White House lawyer, Kathryn Ruemmler, learned last month that the Internal Revenue Service improperly targeted conservative groups applying for tax-exempt status.
Steven A. Cohen, rather than be subject to broad questions from prosecutors, is expected to assert his constitutional right against self-incrimination.
Authorities say a tornado that severely damaged a mobile home park southeast of Oklahoma City killed a 79-year-old man whose body was found in an open area of the neighborhood.
Obama told Morehouse College graduates that “laws, hearts and minds have been changed to the point where someone who looks like you can serve as president.”
Wigan Athletic, the small club that stunned the soccer world by winning the F.A. Cup final against Manchester City, and its fans experienced mixed emotions on the team’s final day in England’s Premier League.
The seizure of the boat and its crew, which took place more than two weeks ago but was just made public, signaled growing tensions between longtime allies.
Dan Pfeiffer, a senior White House adviser, appeared on five network talk shows to mount a defense against Republican lawmakers who accused the president of mismanagement.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy of Connecticut urged commuters to stay home Monday if possible rather than face crowded, rainy highways around Fairfield.
An officer’s decision to enter a home in Uniondale, N.Y., and open fire, killing a gunman and a student being held hostage, may have eliminated the opportunity to negotiate with the gunman, some experts said.
James Levine, who has defined the Metropolitan Opera for more than 40 years, returned Sunday after two years to lead the Met Orchestra at a packed Carnegie Hall.
Goalie Tuukka Rask made 35 saves and the rookie Torey Krug scored his second goal in two games, helping Boston take a 2-0 lead in a second-round series.
Thomas Firestone, a former Justice Department official who had been working in Moscow as a lawyer, was declared “persona non grata” this month, possibly because he reportedly had rebuffed an effort to recruit him as a spy.
Yahoo’s move aims to make up for years of missing out on the growth of social networks and mobile devices.
An inquiry into the attack that included rock-throwing priests caught on television cameras has led to no arrests.
Executives from Silicon Valley say that the Senate immigration bill imposes too much regulatory control over a company’s hiring of temporary foreign worker or laying off an American worker.
Mr. Rose will host a half-hour program called “Charlie Rose Weekend,” which will replace “Need to Know” on Friday evenings.
The Swedish retail giant H&M faced public pressure to accelerate its efforts to improve garment-factory conditions, though it had no ties to a disaster in Bangladesh.
Ed Cunningham, an ESPN sports analyst, tapped the crowdfunding service Kickstarter to finish what has been a nearly six-year labor of love.
The Coen brothers’ “Inside Llewyn Davis,” which follows a New York folk musician, injected some levity into the Cannes Film Festival.