Trial Weighs Importance of Arrests in Police Stops
A judge is determining the constitutional significance of so-called hit rates, which have long been ...
National Briefing | Washington: Subpoena for Head of Benghazi Panel
Representative Darrell Issa issued a subpoena to Thomas R. Pickering, a retired diplomat, to force h...
National Briefing | Northwest: Idaho: Uzbek Man Pleads Not Guilty to Charges of Supporting Terrorism
An Uzbek man, Fazliddin Kurbanov, pleaded not guilty to three federal terrorism charges that accuse ...
Hagel Orders Military to Retrain and Recertify Staff in Sexual Assault Programs
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel signed an order that requires the military to review and recertify per...
Congress Answers Obama Plan With Smaller Food Aid Changes
After the Obama administration proposed moving the international food aid program out of the Agricul...
IRS Targeting Scandal Rooted in Campaign-Finance Politics
Conservative groups were unfairly targeted, but liberal groups more savvy. ...
5 Commencement Guests Who are Speaking at Colleges You Wouldn't Expect
Here are five of the odder choices colleges made about who to address the clas...
New Russian Missile Sales to Syria Makes Assad 'Prone to Miscalculation'
Dempsey says U.S. cannot prevent weapons sales to Syria. ...
Dempsey Turns to Congress for 'Game Changer' on Sexual Assault
10 years of war may affect how we see sexual assault, top officer says. ...
The IRS, Benghazi and AP Scandals Aren't the Only Reason Watergate Is in the News
Exactly four decades later, President Obama deals with claims of 'dirty tricks...
Hunting for Syrian Hackers? Chain of Command
If researchers prove the Assad regime is closely tied to the Syrian Electronic Army, foreign governm...
DealBook: SAC Says It Will Curb Cooperation With Insider Inquiry
A new round of subpoenas requesting information indicates that federal prosecutors are intensifying ...
Mountain of Petroleum Coke From Oil Sands Rises in Detroit
Refining Canada?s petroleum-soaked oil sands produces petroleum coke, and the question of what to do...
Spanish Banker Goes to Prison
Miguel Blesa, the former executive chairman of Caja Madrid, is accused of leaving his bank saddled w...
Conference Board Offers Sign of Growth for Future
The Conference Board said that its index of leading indicators increased 0.6 percent last month afte...
Man lists 12,000 call menu options
An IT manager who grew frustrated with call centre menus has catalogued shortcuts to thousands of ph...
US questions Google on Glass privacy
US politicians are seeking reassurances from Google that its smart spectacles will respect personal ...
EA stops making games for Wii U
Games giant EA has revealed that it currently has no games in development for Nintendo's Wii U conso...
GPS 'improves early tsunami alerts'
GPS data could provide faster and more accurate early warning systems for tsunamis, a German team of...
Single-pixel camera makes 3D image
Scientists in Glasgow have discovered a low-cost way to create 3D images, capable of sensing frequen...
Sports Briefing | Soccer: Atlético Madrid Beats Real Madrid to Capture Copa del Rey Title
Atlético Madrid ended a 14-year winless run against Real Madrid to capture the Copa del Rey title, r...
Sports Briefing | Golf: Keegan Bradley Leads at Byron Nelson
Keegan Bradley shot a one-under-par 69, good enough for a three-stroke lead after two rounds in the ...
Racers Recall Life of Dick Trickle
Long before he came to Nascar, Dick Trickle was a renowned driver in the Midwest. He died Thursday a...
The Rail: No Politics, Just Our Preakness Picks
The Rail?s contributors and a guest picker make their Preakness selections.
Roundup: Matt Harvey Improves to 5-0 as Mets Beat Cubs
Matt Harvey gave up five hits in seven and a third innings and singled in the go-ahead run in the se...
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