The release last week of a Senate report cataloging years of such interrogation tactics has revived debate.
Midnight Monday, Pacific time is the deadline for new customers to pick a health plan.
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It happened Saturday night after tens of thousands of people marched up Fifth Avenue.
A soldier returns home to South Carolina to be with his wife and newborn baby.
Organizers had predicted 5,000 people at the Washington march, but the crowd appeared to far outnumber that.
A troubled 20-year-old gunman shot his way into the school on the morning of Dec. 14, 2012.
47-year-old James Glenn Collins Jr. will be arraigned next week in U.S. District Court.
A universal “affirmative consent” standard is now part of a sexual assault prevention policy.
“Fly high, Jessica,” said some, a reference to the former cheerleader’s aerial acrobatics.
Several other cities across the United States experienced demonstrations Saturday.
Wilkerson pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity to three felony child abuse charges.
The girls were told in online conversations that they could make up to $800 a night.
Farmers are increasingly embracing the practice as a way to stay in agriculture and participate in what’s billed as “green” food production.
Open-government groups say the House language is not as strong as the Senate version.
The inquiry, called an Apostolic Visitation, was initiated by the Vatican office that oversees religious orders and aimed to look at the sis…
The union’s president has said officers haven’t felt supported in the wake of a chokehold death of an unarmed black man.
A storm that brought rain, heavy clouds and gusty winds through California delayed the launch on Thursday.