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The officers were fired and their base commander resigned as the Air Force continued to deal with accusations that crew members shared answers on missile proficiency tests.
Yulia V. Tymoshenko, the polarizing former prime minister, has long harbored presidential ambitions and will be the most widely known contender in the election.
Any stricter sanctions on Russia for its occupation of Crimea would likely be opposed by Exxon Mobil, BP and other companies with projects in Russia.
President Obama and Pope Francis on Thursday skirted social issues that have generated tension between some Roman Catholic leaders and the president.
The measure passed after the White House dropped efforts to tie it to an overhaul of the International Monetary Fund negotiated by President Obama.
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Mr. Schlesinger, a tough strategist, served in posts that included the secretary of defense and energy, as well as head of the C.I.A.
Many on social media in Malaysia have denounced China this week, noting that Malaysians as well as Chinese died on Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.
The results of an investigation detailed a series of errors and oversights in the disappearance of Avonte Oquendo, 14, whose remains were found in January.
With the deadline on Monday, the number of newly covered has exceeded the administration’s goal for enrollment — revised downward from seven million.
James R. Schlesinger, a hawkish and erudite Republican who straddled the partisan divide to serve in Cabinet-level posts under three presidents, has died, a Washington think tank said Thursday. He was 85.
A resolution on Ukraine rejecting Russia’s annexation of the Crimean Peninsula as illegal passed overwhelmingly.
The five Democrats and one independent, under pressure to distance themselves from the Affordable Care Act, proposed improvements to it.
The loans that promised to help older people stay in their homes in retirement are, in some cases, now pushing their children out.
The zoo is the same one where a young giraffe was killed last month, then dissected and fed to lions — among them, the four lions put down this week.
Owners of Apple’s tablet will be able to use Word, Excel, PowerPoint and other popular productivity tools — but they still may not want to.
The Abecedarian program, started in 1972, offered full-time day care for babies. Four decades later, those babies had grown up to be far healthier than a control group.
Once you decode a tumor’s genome, what’s next? Oncologists hope that IBM’s Watson will help them find drugs for patients’ particular brain cancer mix.
The agency voted to open an independent international investigation of possible war crimes in Sri Lanka’s brutal civil war with Tamil Tiger rebels.
Russell Crowe stars in “Noah,” Darren Aronofsky’s adaptation of the Old Testament story, which brings blockbuster spectacle and narrative liberties to the story.