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Crews worked to clean up some 2,500 barrels of crude that spilled over the weekend at an oil-storage terminal in Cushing, Okla., the third-biggest crude spill seen in the U.S. this year.
President Barack Obama struck a balance after meeting Myanmar President Thein Sein in Washington, praising progress in the long-isolated Asian nation, while calling for more.
Three Chinese nationals working at New York University Langone Medical Center were charged with secretly sharing information about their MRI research with a Chinese medical-imaging company.
On Tuesday, Angelenos go to the polls to elect a new mayor, but many voters have struggled to detect major differences between the two candidates, apart from the fact that one is a man and the other a woman.
Behavior changes can serve as an early signal of mental-health issues, recent research indicates.Recognizing social changes that previously might have been shrugged off could allow for earlier treatment, doctors say.
Jewelry dealer Bryan Shaw pleaded guilty Monday to conspiring to commit securities fraud with former KPMG auditor Scott London, a felony that could land him in prison for up to five years.
Employers are increasingly recognizing they may be able to avoid certain penalties under the federal health law with very limited plans that can lack key benefits.
The White House's chief lawyer learned weeks ago that an audit of the IRS likely would show that agency employees inappropriately targeted conservative groups, a senior White House official said.
Law schools hunting for students as their enrollment numbers drop are increasingly trying to attract an unexpected group: people who have no intention of practicing law.
Puerto Ricans have debated for decades whether their island should become the 51st U.S. state. Supporters of statehood, while still facing long odds, are now pressuring Congress to settle the issue.