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U.S. District Judge Arenda Wright Allen issued a stay of her order while it is appealed, meaning that gay couples in Virginia will still not be able to marry until the case is ultimately resolved.
Protesters have failed to “shut down” Bangkok as they vowed last month, but a hard-core group of protesters numbering in the thousands remains defiant.
A retired headmaster’s campaign has led Penguin Books India to agree to destroy copies of a book deemed offensive to Hindus, prompting fears that an ideological shift is underway.
Big banks operating in London are adhering to the bloc’s rules on banking bonuses by revamping the way they pay top employees so they still receive the extra money.
Sam Brownback, the Republican governor of Kansas who this year faces an election challenge, has pursued a bullishly conservative agenda while working to oust moderates.
Comcast was not intensely engaged with Time Warner Cable until about 10 days or so prior to the announcement of the $45 billion acquisition, according to Comcast’s chief.
It’s not clear what kind of memorializing and monetizing of his final season Jeter will approve, but the sports collectibles business is well prepared to cash in.
And in Geneva, a mediator said that the Syrian government’s intransigence could collapse peace talks there.
American military officials have been publicly scathing in their criticism of the releases, which have brought relations between the two allies to a low point.
Derek Jeter said on Thursday that he would answer questions at a news conference next week about his decision to retire.
Deborah Lee James, hit with a scandal weeks after starting her new job, has been praised by some Pentagon officials for seizing an opportunity to practice greater openness.
Mayor Bill de Blasio’s decision to keep New York City schools open drew rebukes from parents, principals and Al Roker, NBC’s “Today” show weatherman.
Backlash after the killing of a soldier by two Muslims last year and a rise in anti-immigrant feelings have made some Muslim residents feel unwelcome.
Events like slopestyle, halfpipe and aerials might have changed the look of the Olympics, but the risks they involve are nothing new. Just ask Billy Kidd, a skiing medalist fifty years ago.
A discharge petition would allow supporters of immigration overhaul to circumvent the Republican majority in the House by bringing a measure directly to the House floor, bypassing the committee process.
Enrollment of Latinos in the new health care law has fallen strikingly below the hopes of the law’s proponents, prompting officials to rush to expand marketing efforts.
A pregnant woman who was loading groceries into the trunk of her car with her husband was struck and killed by a small bulldozer in Sunset Park, Brooklyn.
Mr. Zeckendorf made big bets on big projects that helped refashion neighborhoods from the Upper West Side to Union Square.
Public schools around the country are exploring whether they can use virtual learning as a practical solution to unpredictable weather, effectively transforming the traditional snow day into a day of instruction.
The move comes after an investigation to “assign accountability” for the disclosure of intelligence secrets by Edward J. Snowden, a former contractor for the National Security Agency.