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John Kerry will urge Asian leaders to help prevent Islamic State from recruiting and committing terrorism in Southeast Asia and to help keep Ebola from spreading to the region, U.S. officials said.
Pension-fund managers across the U.S. are rethinking their investments in hedge funds in the wake of a retreat by the California Public Employees’ Retirement System.
A U.S. Supreme Court order let Texas apply its strict voter-identification law for the midterm elections, but bigger battles over state ID requirements loom.
Lawyers for the postbankruptcy estate of Lehman Brothers Holdings and J.P. Morgan are still battling in a crisis-era lawsuit over what Lehman claims was the bank’s “voracious” cash grab in the investment bank’s final days.
California is hoping to conjure some real-life jobs in the smoke-and-mirrors world of visual effects for movies and television shows—part of the state’s latest attempt to win back its most famous industry.
The U.S. government has options for restricting travel from the West African nations suffering most from Ebola, but none would fully prevent the virus from entering the country and all would bring complications.
As the monitoring period winds down for some people exposed to a Liberian man who died of Ebola, local officials in Dallas are trying to calm a city that remains on edge.
As the monitoring period winds down for some people exposed to a Liberian man who died of Ebola, local officials in Dallas tried to calm a city that remains on edge.
Republican Rep. Cory Gardner isn’t the Senate candidate Colorado Democrats were expecting Sen. Mark Udall to face.
A Dallas health-care worker who was monitored for Ebola aboard a Carnival cruise ship has tested negative for the virus and is headed home.
The U.S. Supreme Court allowed Texas to enforce its voter identification law for the Nov. 4 midterm elections, denying emergency requests from the Obama administration.
The nation’s transit agencies are developing large-scale rent-producing developments, including hotels, apartment buildings and shopping malls, around their rail hubs.
President Barack Obama said the U.S. may see more isolated cases of Ebola but that he remained confident the country could prevent a serious outbreak of the deadly disease.
The Ebola outbreak has created an urgency for pharmaceutical companies and health officials to produce drugs to treat the disease.
Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen said rising inequality of wealth and income in the U.S. was impeding the economic mobility at the heart of American values.
In stumping for Democratic candidates, former secretary of state tries out messages that would likely surface in her own potential campaign for the White House.