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It was a a “massively egregious” breakdown, computer security expert says.
Deficit financing of stimulus would be a smart thing to do if our economy needed it, but it’s not clear that it does.
Conservationists are suing to stop a proposed border wall they say will deter migrating animals.
By Nardine Saad / Los Angeles Times The Secret Life of Selena Gomez has just taken a medical turn: The singer says she underwent a… Continue reading
The diagnosis of mild brain injury has confounded the FBI and the State Department.
Sen. Bob Corker said people who commit acts of terror are paid up to $3,500 in monthly stipends.
A federal review found women earned less than men in nearly every job classification.
By Adina Solomon / The Washington Post Sara Moran’s closet in her Colonial house, built in 1920, once served as a nursery for a past… Continue reading
An Army spokesman could not say the number of injured, extent of injuries or cause of the explosion.
Health and Human Services officials have informed grass-roots groups that assist with enrollment… Continue reading
The president, however, sent shifting signals on Twitter on Thursday as to how far he would go.
Police began a criminal investigation into the deaths, which are believed to be heat-related.
Los Angeles Times Like passengers leaping for a departing train, leading Democrats are scrambling to support single-payer health insurance, a system that would represent a… Continue reading
Although he hasn’t smoked in 30 years, Larry King was reminded of the all-too-real consequences of tobacco use earlier… Continue reading
Former pharmaceuticals CEO Martin Shkreli’s $5,000 bounty on Hillary Clinton’s hair angered a judge.
By Julie Johnsson / Bloomberg Boeing will raise production of its 787 Dreamliner in 2019 and bolster a key accounting measure that will improve the… Continue reading
Democrats are open to a compromise on border security in order to get protection for ‘Dreamers.’
By Brian K. Sullivan / Bloomberg Don’t underestimate Jose. The meteorological gods seem to be working against the hurricane as Irma’s successor lumbers over the… Continue reading
An experimental autonomous workboat spent the summer dodging other vessels in Boston Harbor.
The Supreme Court agreed with the Trump administration Tuesday and put on hold a lower court decision that would have… Continue reading