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A decision in Virginia striking down a ban on same-sex marriage is just the latest in a series of lower court rulings on the issue.
With Comcast proposing to buy Time Warner Cable, other companies that own cable networks are watching nervously, and may look to consolidate.
An independent report into bullying accusations in Miami concluded that the taunting extended beyond the players Jonathan Martin and Richie Incognito.
Mayor Bill de Blasio faces challenges in altering the balance of taxis, buses, trucks and cars amid the city’s deeply ingrained pedestrian culture.
President Obama announced a push for a $1 billion “climate resilience” program, as well as several million dollars in drought aid for the state’s farmers.
Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. acknowledged that Congress will not grant President Obama fast-track trade promotion authority, which analysts call critical for deals with Asia and Europe.
The proposed merger of Comcast and Time Warner Cable has raised concerns about the rising cost of cable service.
In her final Olympics, the American skeleton rider Noelle Pikus-Pace claimed the silver medal — despite an inopportune encounter with the wall.
Two accidents involving more than 50 vehicles shut down part of the Pennsylvania Turnpike for most of the day on Friday, after a powerful winter storm wreaked havoc from the Carolinas to Maine.
Robert Vineberg was arrested after police found heroin in his apartments as they looked for the source of the drug that killed the actor Philip Seymour Hoffman.
The Obama administration policy is meant to give banks confidence that they will not be punished if they work with legitimate businesses in states that have legalized the use of the drug.
The social network, which gets relatively modest traffic, has remained valuable to Google because of the broad view it can give advertisers of people’s activity and interests.
The violence that erupted a week ago across Bosnia and Herzegovina can be traced to the 1995 Dayton Accords, which brought peace but imposed a dysfunctional government that has stymied progress.
New tensions between the meeting’s sponsors, Russia and the United States, appeared to complicate the negotiations.
The default option is to rely on children for help in one’s later years. Those who have no children have to plan and make those plans known.
“The International Exhibition of Sherlock Holmes” offers a re-creation of 221B Baker Street, and asks visitors to figure out a killing.
A big payday for the N.F.L.’s commissioner, Roger Goodell. Also on the Minute, rethinking the benefits of natural gas and an adventure to Haiti’s hidden waterfalls.
N.F.L. Commissioner Roger Goodell’s compensation in 2012 made him among the best-paid executives in the country and perhaps the highest-paid leader of a nonprofit organization.
In stepping down, Arvind Kejriwal said his central anticorruption initiative was being stonewalled by legislators from two well-established parties.