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Super Bowl XLIX is still days away, and already it’s one of the most entertaining Super Bowls ever.
President Barack Obama and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi said they made tangible progress on a range of issues with movement on civil nuclear trade defense cooperation and climate change.
Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski picked up his 1,000th career win, as his Blue Devils team rallied to beat St. John’s 77-68 on Sunday.
A growing number of cities and states have gotten involved in a federal lawsuit challenging President Barack Obama’s authority over immigration matters.
The measles outbreak that began at California’s Disneyland Resort last month is part of a new trend that worries public health officials. At the same time, persuading skeptical parents to vaccinate their children has grown more difficult.
A shooting at a Home Depot store in Manhattan’s Flatiron District left two employees dead in what police said was a murder-suicide.
Concern that some trade partners are manipulating their currencies to gain an export edge has emerged as a major hurdle to the Obama administration’s efforts to move a Pacific trade agreement through Congress.
Problems with the supply of lethal-injection drugs have spurred Wyoming lawmakers to consider a backup method of executing death-row inmates: the firing squad.
The Obama administration is moving this week to designate areas of Alaska off limits to oil and natural gas drilling in its latest effort to bolster its environmental legacy.
The Outlook: Higher minimum-wage supporters in the U.S. often point to Australia as a low-unemployment country with one of the world’s highest pay floors. Now, joblessness in Australia is rising, and some are calling for a decadelong slowdown in increases to the minimum wage.
Long before he reached 1,000 career wins on Sunday, Mike Krzyzewski briefly walked away from his team 20 years ago—and it changed everything.
Signs emerged here this weekend that the 2016 Republican presidential field is dividing into two camps: candidates focused on grass-roots support, and others who will rely on big-donor funding.
A parade of potential candidates for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination sought to win the favor of conservative activists at an Iowa forum but also called for appealing to centrist Republicans.
President Barack Obama arrived in India on Sunday to showcase what his administration sees as a deepening relationship, beginning a three-day visit that is aimed at improving what historically has been an uneven alliance.
House Speaker John Boehner and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell have indicated they are open to one piece of President Barack Obama’s tax overhaul proposal: increasing tax breaks for child care.
Ashley Wagner reclaimed her national title on Saturday night, besting last year’s holder Gracie Gold at the U.S. Figure Skating Championships.
The Numbers: The benchmarks for global oil prices—West Texas Intermediate and Brent crude—measure different things and don’t always line up. Columnist Jo Craven McGinty explains what it all means.
New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick on Saturday said that after an internal review, he is convinced his team “followed every rule to the letter.”
Ben Carson, the retired neurosurgeon who has become a sensation in conservative circles, is bringing a strong organization to his quest for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination.
Navy nurse Dorothy Ludden, one of the last survivors among roughly 2,000 psychiatrically ill veterans the Veterans Administration lobotomized in the 1940s and 1950s, raised a family despite her marred mind. The Wall Street Journal in 2013 first detailed the VA lobotomy program.