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Another round of snow and ice is expected to lead to travel-related headaches including hundreds of flight cancellations largely on the East Coast on Monday.
The GOP persuaded Rep. Cory Gardner of Colorado to give up a secure House seat to run for the Senate, while Democrats see new hope in a Senate race in Mississippi.
Forgoing the city's larger St. Patrick's Day Parade later this month because it won't allow gay-pride signs, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio marched in a Queens parade on Sunday instead.
Hundreds of protestors called for peace in Ukraine on Sunday, marching through Midtown before rallying in front of the Russian consulate on Manhattan's Upper East Side.
Bruce Berkowitz, a prominent mutual-fund investor, sent letters to the boards of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac scolding directors for not protecting the rights of shareholders, upping the ante in his bid to let investors share in the spoils of the newly profitable mortgage-finance giants.
The U.S. government's chief aid officer has warned that assistance to Myanmar depends on continued reform and that the country needs to stop restricting humanitarian access to communities hit by sectarian violence.
A lawyer for former Internal Revenue Service official Lois Lerner said Sunday that she will decline to testify about IRS targeting of grass-roots conservative groups, contradicting a top GOP lawmaker.
The trial of Osama bin Laden son-in-law Sulaiman Abu Ghaith is set to open Monday in Manhattan federal court, kicking off what looks to be one of the biggest years for terrorism prosecutors since the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks.
The Supreme Court will consider on Monday whether Florida's bright-line rule for determining which defendants are "mentally retarded" and thus ineligible for the death penalty violates the Constitution.
Russia's military has taken control of the Crimean peninsula in Ukraine and appears to be preparing to occupy the territory, a senior Obama administration official said Sunday.
Thousands of pages of records show how shaping Hillary Clinton's image was a running project in the Clinton White House, reflecting her unique role as both a first lady and a powerful policy adviser.
The Saturday Essay: From the moment that he became CEO of Apple, Tim Cook found himself in the shadow of his boss.
A 21-year-old woman was killed early Saturday morning after being struck by a public bus in Williamsburg, according to police.
On the brink of a stunning defeat in the 2013 America's Cup, Oracle Team USA decided to get back to sailing basics. What happened next was almost unbelievable.
Analysis: Obama's warning to Russia is a stark indication that old tensions are seeping back into the relationship.
Democrats say they have a credible chance to pick up a U.S. Senate seat in Mississippi, now that a former congressman is jumping into the race.
Private-equity investor Bruce Rauner is emerging as the top Republican in Illinois's race for governor, tapping his own wealth and a populist playbook in a blue state that polls show is up for grabs.
The U.S. economy expanded at a sharply slower pace in late 2013 than initially estimated. Fourth-quarter GDP was revised down to 2.4% from 3.2% amid bad weather and softer overseas demand for American products.
Obama administration proposals to restrict politicking by nonprofit groups have generated a flood of public comments—more than 140,000—raising the odds that they will be significantly revised.
President Obama's 2015 budget plan, set for release Tuesday, will request a 30% funding boost for the Commodity Futures Trading Commission. Republicans are likely to balk.