Data was stolen in June from a messaging service used by the department’s employees, including email addresses and phone numbers for about 800 contacts.
A crowd of thousands overcame armed police officers and seized the man, accused of raping a woman from a tribal community.
Dominique Hawkins, a sophomore guard, was a high school star in Kentucky and dreamed of being a Wildcat, but he doesn’t get to play much on an undefeated team.
The prospects of legal victory have raised practical and political fears that Republicans will take the blame for the health care crisis that would follow.
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In an effort to dismiss the charges against Assemblyman Sheldon Silver, his lawyers argue that statements by Preet Bharara, the United States attorney, convicted Mr. Silver in the news media.
In his Broadway debut as an actor and playwright, Mr. David plays a character not unlike his TV persona who gathers with his family at his father’s deathbed.
The reports, which cleared Officer Darren Wilson while sharply criticizing Ferguson’s justice system, called into question the story behind the rallying cry “Hands up, don’t shoot.”
Created by Tina Fey and Robert Carlock, this sitcom on Netflix sends a woman who’s been captive in a bunker in Indiana for 15 years to New York City.
Loretta E. Lynch’s defense of President Obama’s immigration actions has made her confirmation as attorney general more tenuous.
The State Assembly approved legislation barring unions from requiring workers to pay the equivalent of dues. Gov.
Fifty years after the police viciously attacked hundreds of marchers in a pivotal moment of the civil rights movement, Selma, Ala., defies neat story lines.
Some current and former employees of the museum in Crown Heights say it is shifting from its middle-class patrons and is chasing newer, wealthier residents.
A suspected Palestinian motorist rammed his car into a group of people near an Israeli police station in east Jerusalem on Friday, injuring five before being shot and wounded by guards, the police said.
The police said Michelle Cox’s partner told them Ms. Cox received a call from a person named Blue and was found dead outside their apartment soon afterward.
The uproar over Hillary Clinton’s use of only a private email account as secretary of state calls to mind the mutual distrust that characterized the Obama administration and Mrs. Clinton’s team early on.
A student board debated whether the religion of a second-year economics major meant she would be biased in dealing with sensitive governance questions, and the discussion has upended the campus.
The 72-year-old actor was injured when a single-engine, World War II-era training plane he was piloting crashed in Venice, Calif., soon after takeoff.
Unlike the Nasdaq composite index at its dot-com peak in 2000, today’s index has companies that are more mature and less concentrated in technology.
The absence of meaningful gains in American workers’ pay has been one of the lingering problems in the economy.
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In the final In the Studio video series, the designer talks about his 17th-century Parisian atelier and his work.
Friday and the weekend: A jet skids off the runway, a cardinal dies, cold but gradually warming weather, and the week in pictures.
The killing of Boris Y. Nemtsov leaves Russia’s critics at a crossroads over whether and how they take a role in the nation’s political life.
Many of the officials who are cited in the Justice Department’s scathing report on the city’s justice system are still in power and will be counted on to implement an overhaul.
Iran’s powerful influence in Iraq has been on display as the fight against the Islamic State militants around Tikrit has unfolded, with strong support for Shiite leaders where they were once feared.
Madonna was contemplative in an interview ahead of the release of her latest album, “Rebel Heart.”
The former chief pilot for the airline is convinced that human intervention was to blame for the disappearance of the plane a year ago this Sunday. But he said he had no reason to believe the captain, a longtime friend, would have done it.