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The Supreme Court decision struck down limits on federal campaign contributions. It only concerned those from individuals. Federal law continues to ban contributions by corporations and unions.
The rule, which will take effect Sept. 1, requires that all clinics providing abortions at any stage of pregnancy meet the costly building standards of ambulatory surgery centers.
In California’s Central Valley, researchers are trying to find assortments of bee-friendly plants that local farmers and ranchers can easily grow.
The president’s visit to Michigan is part of an effort that has seen most of the action on worker pay move to the states.
Diane Keaton shares her thoughts on beauty, and some of Hollywood’s leading actresses, in her forthcoming memoir.
Relatives of people killed in accidents involving recalled General Motors cars find it hard to get information partly because of how G.M. defines victims, and the technology of “black boxes.”
Clinics are challenging a sweeping anti-abortion law passed last year that requires them to meet the costly standards of ambulatory surgery centers.
General Motors’ chief executive, Mary T. Barra, faced tough scrutiny from lawmakers during a hearing on the automaker’s failure to fix a faulty switch linked to 13 deaths.
Setting the tone for Wednesday’s questioning of Mary T. Barra, the chief of General Motors, Senator Claire McCaskill said the company had a “culture of cover-up” that discouraged quick action to fix a defective part.
On the Minute, Matt Wald on the investigation into General Motors’ faulty switch, and the next steps for Congress.
Over the years, polls have found steady support for limits on campaign donations, regardless of party identification, age or income levels.
Maine’s two senators announced their support for declassifying parts of a report on the C.I.A.’s interrogation methods, all but assuring that a Senate panel will approve the report and send it to President Obama for release.
A person’s online search history contains a wealth of personal information. Here are some tips to stem the flow.
Today on the Minute, a look at how Tuesday’s health care milestone affects the health care debate and the expansion of Medicaid.
In 1994, as Jason Kidd was beginning his first N.B.A. season, he made a brief foray into rap music with “What the Kidd Didd,” a song that has, thankfully, been largely forgotten.
The Snohomish County Medical Examiner’s office said one additional victim had been found as searchers continued the grim task of looking through tangled muck.
A sleek new Russian vanguard is notable for mobility, equipment and behavior that differ sharply from the forces seen in action in recent years.
Several blasts in the Egyptian capital killed at least one police officer and wounded several others in the first major attack since the start of the presidential campaign.