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The Supreme Court turned away requests that it reconsider the constitutionality of the death penalty and how Arizona applies it.
On April 1, the countries will resume the annual drills that they suspended during the Olympics and Paralympics, the Pentagon announced Monday.
The Trump administration also blacklisted four individuals associated with President Nicolás Maduro, ratcheting up pressure on a government it has accused of corruption and repression.
President Trump has discussed firing one lawyer, and another has considered quitting. A third, who has pushed theories on television that the F.B.I. framed the president, was hired.
A British TV station sent a reporter to pose as a prospective client, and secretly filmed Cambridge Analytica’s chief executive offering to engage in dirty tricks.
The change of a single word in the new tax law means baseball, basketball and other sports franchises could now face capital gains taxes every time they exchange players.
The president and former law enforcement and intelligence officials are trading Twitter insults, turning a conflict that would have once stayed private into a public brawl.
What you need to know about how a political data firm tied to the Trump campaign gained access to information on 50 million Facebook users.
His plan calls for reducing the supply of illicit drugs with better interdiction and tougher penalties, reducing opioid prescriptions and overall demand, and expanding access to treatment.
The New York lawmaker had held one of the most partisan posts in Congress but managed to win affection and admiration from both sides of the aisle.
The National Labor Relations Board’s chief lawyer, a Trump appointee, is moving to reach a settlement to avert a landmark ruling against the company.
A European Union plan would hit Silicon Valley’s technology giants especially hard, further straining relations with the United States over taxes and trade.
The Siena survey shows Gov. Andrew Cuomo with a 52 percent approval rating and with a lead of 66 percent to 19 percent over the”Sex and the City” actress among Democrats.
The court rejected a request from Republican lawmakers unhappy with a court-imposed congressional map said to favor Democrats.
Native American women are running for office in record numbers. Some are fighting pipelines. Others are fighting environmentalists.
After months of internal wrangling, the administration filed a brief urging the justices to turn down an appeal from victims of terrorist attacks in Israel.