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William R. Hite Jr. has laid off almost 4,000 workers and closed 24 schools since becoming Philadelphia superintendent of schools in 2012.
The Obama administration said it would postpone enforcement of a federal requirement for medium-size employers to provide health insurance to employees and allow larger employers more flexibility in how they provide coverage.
AOL’s chief, Tim Armstrong, set off a firestorm among American workers by publicly revealing information about medical costs for two babies covered by company health plans.
Mayor Bill de Blasio’s State of the City address made clear his impatience with Washington and his challenge to critics in Albany.
A building at Seventh Avenue and 40th Street would be demolished and the synagogue within it would be rebuilt under plans by Sharif El-Gamal and a partner.
Over a dozen opposition radio stations broadcast into Syria, and some activists try to keep their signals, and themselves, alive by running operations from places like Turkey.
The House is expected to vote Wednesday on a plan to reverse a budget cut affecting working-age veterans in exchange for extending the government’s borrowing authority.
Abraham H. Foxman was at the center of many controversies involving Israel and the Jewish community in recent years.
Most common are shortages of sterile injectable drugs, partly because the factories that make them are aging and prone to quality problems.
A Russian diplomat said a measure forcing all sides in the Syrian civil war to allow access to humanitarian groups would have no practical impact.
Stellar archaeologists have found some very old stars, hidden in space like a pharoah’s tomb and holding secrets of the cosmos’ chemical evolution.
Five players in their 40s, some still making a difference in the N.H.L., are reminded by the Sochi Olympics of why they so love the game.
Parliament members and an emergency response agency pointed fingers about who was responsible for a lack of preparedness after thousands of houses were damaged.
Antigovernment protests build and spread to other cities as demonstrators vented anger, urging those in authority to “resign today.”
The increased use of opiates like Vicodin and OxyContin can create an appetite that eventually leads addicts to cheaper street drugs.
A state visit by President François Hollande of France will bring talk of common values, but a leaked recording offers a more accurate snapshot of the complicated relationship.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, 80, came of age when many legal careers were closed to women. Justice Elena Kagan, 53, credits the swifter rise of her own career to the ground her colleague broke.
Now that Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey is in hot water over the bridge scandal, Barbara Buono, his rival in the 2013 election, said Democrats who didn’t support her are regretting it.