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The Republican candidate, David Jolly, defeated the Democrat, Alex Sink, to fill a congressional seat on Florida’s Gulf Coast.
Senator Dianne Feinstein, the chairwoman of the Senate intelligence committee, said the C.I.A. searched computers being used by committee staff members to investigate the agency’s interrogation tactics.
The investigation is the latest in a widening series into G.M.’s handling of faulty ignition switches in its Chevrolet Cobalt sedan and other cars that the company says are linked to 31 accidents and 13 deaths.
Ms. Sweeney, one of the most powerful women in the entertainment industry, will leave in 2015 after 18 years at the company to become a television director.
Two aides to Gov. Chris Christie have refused to turn over documents related to the George Washington Bridge lane closings, saying it would violate their Fifth Amendment rights.
Leaked documents add new details to a secret body of law that the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court has developed since it began to broaden its role in 2001.
Citing cyberattacks on the new Ukrainian government, President Obama’s nominee to run the National Security Agency, Vice Adm. Michael S. Rogers, said “cyber will be an element of every crisis.”
Particularly in Japan, those named Satoshi Nakamoto have been garnering a lot of attention as the search continues for the creator of Bitcoin.
Anne Sweeney, a top Disney television executive who helped bring ABC TV shows to Apple's iTunes digital store, is leaving the company in January 2015.
The companies and their advisers worked through the weekend on the deal in which Men’s Wearhouse will acquire Jos. A. Bank for $65 a share. The deal brings together the two leaders in affordable menswear.
The number of people who signed up for private health insurance under the Affordable Care Act in February declined for the second month in a row.
When Russia’s politicized state media talk about those who pulled off what the Kremlin calls a coup in Kiev, they have men like Dmytro Yarosh in mind.
The airstrike and the unrelated crash of an Israeli surveillance drone came amid an increase in cross-border violence that has threatened a cease-fire.
Interpol said that two passengers known to have used stolen passports to board the Malaysia Airlines jet that vanished were unlikely to be linked to terrorist groups.
A Malaysian official said the jetliner may have radically altered its path around the time communications ended with ground controllers, possibly explaining the expansion of the search area.
Federal officials are proposing sweeping new requirements for American health care facilities, but the health industry has balked at the hefty price tag associated with the changes.
A look at the unconventional political tactics in Washington, including President Obama’s appearance on a comedy show, a Senate all-nighter and a confirmation hearing.
Interviewing President Obama on the online comedy show “Between Two Ferns” on Tuesday, Zach Galifianakis deployed his signature rude barbs.