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The “30 Rock” star thinks stand-up comedy has changed — but he has, too.
Efforts to tackle climate change have repeatedly collided with politics in Washington, where Republicans question the science of global warming, and ties to the fossil fuel industry have made them resistant to change.
A safety mechanism halted the first deployment of an unmanned submersible in the hunt for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, officials said Tuesday.
The national correspondent Katharine Q. Seelye reports from Boston ahead of events to commemorate the anniversary of the marathon bombing.
A report says that even as prescription costs have plummeted, a small slice of the population with serious illnesses is being asked to shoulder more of the cost of expensive treatments.
Mayor Bill de Blasio said the arrangement would mean somewhat higher security costs, because expenses would no longer be shared with New Jersey jurisdictions.
A key government witness in the terrorism trial of an Islamic cleric may testify from Britain via a closed circuit television connection, a federal judge in Manhattan said in a ruling released on Monday.
An effort to clean up waterways plagued by agricultural runoff and other pollutants is meeting some legislative opposition.
Although the shooting suspect was a known racist and anti-Semite, the victims who were gunned down on Sunday were all Christians devoted to their families, to their churches and to serving their communities.
For Elizabeth Williams, a courtroom illustrator who has spent more than three decades depicting famous criminals through her drawings, the job is a study of character.
The weather has created a shortage of the appetizer equally loathed and loved by generations of Jews.
Tyler Hicks won for his coverage of a terrorist attack at a Nairobi mall, and Josh Haner was honored for his images of the slow and painful recovery process of a Boston Marathon bombing survivor.
Beyond being segregated from other prisoners, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, who is charged with helping carry out the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing, may well spend little time outside his cell, period.
When other great athletes are excelling at far more advanced ages, who is to begrudge Michael Phelps, the undeniably greatest swimmer of all time, from taking another plunge?
Ukraine’s failure to enforce its own ultimatums and its appeal to the United Nations to send peacekeepers laid bare a grim reality for the shaky government in Kiev.
Until Sunday’s shootings, Frazier Glenn Miller was vocal about his views that Jews should be killed, but had not acted on them.
After a weekend of meetings, the White House was working on a list of new targets who would be barred from traveling to the U.S. or whose assets there would be frozen, officials said.
Health authorities said any risks of narcotics to newborns have been exaggerated, and if withdrawal symptoms do occur, they can be treated without any long-term effects.
Following in Facebook’s footsteps, Google said Monday that it had purchased Titan Aerospace, the maker of high-altitude drone satellites, which will be used to take photos of the earth and to connect people to the Internet.