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People who have read the report have said it details the C.I.A.’s brutal methods of interrogating terrorism suspects in the years after Sept. 11, 2001.
More and more Jews say the time to free Jonathan J. Pollard is long past, but they are unsure whether he should be used as a chit in a diplomatic transaction with Israel.
A federal panel said the city did not violate the right to free exercise of religion by barring religious groups from holding services in schools.
United Nations officials call the influx a devastating milestone in the humanitarian crisis created by the Syrian civil war.
Experts in election law say there is no reason to think that the march toward deregulating election spending will stop with Wednesday’s ruling on overall donation limits.
The finding of a body of water makes the moon, Enceladus, a promising candidate for harboring extraterrestrial life, even more than Mars.
Barring a last-minute catastrophe, Afghans will vote on Saturday in the first election in the nation’s modern history with the potential to bring a peaceful change of leadership.
The Newark newspaper is cutting 167 jobs, including 40 newsroom positions, as part of a plan by the owner to centralize print and digital operations.
Today on the Minute, a preview of the presidential elections taking place in Afghanistan on Saturday.
Jackson’s books, spanning nearly 40 years, can be enlightening or tedious. Like his players, though, they work best as a collection.
Turkey's government said Thursday it is lifting its ban on Twitter, a day after the country's highest court ruled that the block is a violation of freedoms and ordered that access be restored.
What you need to know for Thursday: a display in the skies, a new tool against drug overdoses, and a rare sketch of Lincoln’s body drawn at City Hall.
The former Supreme Court justice and author of, most recently, “Six Amendments: How and Why We Should Change the Constitution,” feels indebted to Norman Maclean, who taught him poetry at the University of Chicago.
The Ukrainian authorities said on Thursday that former President Viktor F. Yanukovych had been involved in plans that led to the deaths of more than 100 people.
Short-term unemployment has fallen to its prerecession level, but long-term unemployment remains more than twice as high as it was in 2007.
The blast did not cause any casualties to the security convoy of Pervez Musharraf, who was being transported from the hospital to his home in Islamabad, where he is facing corruption charges.
As the economy shows signs of further slowing, government officials are making clear their willingness to step in.
The report by Human Rights Watch offered evidence of killings in remote areas where atrocities are rarely chronicled.
A bomb exploded near a convoy carrying former Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf who is on trial for treason, but the former ruler was not harmed, a police official and his spokeswoman said Thursday.
Only days are left before the batteries on the flight data recorders on the missing Malaysia Airlines jet are set to die.