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The casino mogul Sheldon Adelson’s drive to outlaw online gambling has divided the gambling industry and has become a test of his clout in Washington.
The Philippine government signed a peace accord with the country's largest Muslim rebel group on Thursday, the culmination of years of negotiations and a significant political achievement for President Benigno Aquino III.
What you need to know for Thursday: the mayor’s diversity record, another cold morning, and the habits of thrifty state legislators
The couple will appeal the three-year sentence, saying cultural prejudice affected their case, which was regarded by some as a test of Qatar’s commitment to judicial process.
The International Monetary Fund said on Thursday it reached a deal for a $14-18 billion bailout for Ukraine.
For the third consecutive year, the city last year gained more people than it lost, turning around a course that stretched to the mid-20th century, the Census Bureau said.
While the United States, China and others have collaborated in the search for the Malaysian plane, each in its own way has been hesitant to reveal the extent of its surveillance abilities.
The decision that football players at Northwestern have the right to form a union has pulled back the veil of big-time college athletics.
With a defeat Thursday against the Rockets in Houston, the Sixers (15-56) would tie the N.B.A.’s longest losing streak of 26 games.
Today on the Minute, an analysis of the Abu Ghaith case, a major ruling for college football and rap lyrics used in court.
Questions arise again about whether the agency in charge of the president’s security has fostered a culture of debauchery.
President Obama and European leaders have pledged that Russia would not be allowed to run roughshod, but the military reality tells a different story.
Teams began another day of looking for bodies amid a vast plain of mud and rubble in Snohomish County, Wash., as rain that began falling Tuesday was expected to continue.
An Oklahoma judge ruled that the state could not keep secret the identities of the suppliers of lethal-injection drugs.
An advocacy group said at a congressional hearing that veterans and civilians continued to feel the effects of burn pits used to dispose of military waste, and that Washington must aid sufferers.
Amnesty International’s report attributed most of the nearly 15 percent increase to “virtual killing sprees” carried out by Iran and Iraq, though the group considers China the world’s top executioner.
The Knicks have had a knack for putting up bad numbers this season, but it will be difficult to top the 51 points they allowed the Lakers to score in Tuesday’s third quarter.
As prosecutors use boastful rap lyrics to assemble criminal cases, a debate has arisen over whether such songs can constitute evidence of guilt or even the intention of wrongdoing.