Boy Locked in Manhattan Restroom With Mother Later Dies
The child was taken to the hospital after he was found foaming at the mouth, the police said. His mother was detained by officers.
NigeriaÃ¢ÂÂs Presidential Race Stretches to Another Day
The incumbent president is facing a tough challenge as voting results poured in from distant states in this crowded and chaotic land.
First Draft: Jeb Bush Defends IndianaÃ¢ÂÂs Religious Beliefs Law
Jeb Bush defended Gov. Mike Pence of Indiana and a religious freedom law the governor signed into law last week that critics are calling legalized discrimination.
Cuomo Gets Timely New York Budget but Pays Price
The budget agreement between Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo and top lawmakers included changes to ethics rules and teacher tenure, but his goals regarding income inequality and criminal justice were nowhere to be found.
News Analysis: Role of Illness in Germanwings Crash Raises Worry About Stigma
An intense focus on co-pilot Andreas LubitzÃ¢ÂÂs mental illness in the Germanwings jet crash raised concerns that it could stigmatize mentally ill people and make it harder to identify workers who pose a safety threat.
Obama, Last Election Behind Him, Plans First Visit as President to Kenya
President Obama will travel to Kenya in July to co-host a forum on entrepreneurship as part of an effort to support economic development in Africa.
UConn 91, Dayton 70: UConn Women Trail at Halftime but Surge to Another Final Four
The Huskies, led by Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis and Breanna Stewart, overwhelmed Dayton in the second half and reached their eighth straight national semifinals.
Arizona Governor Vetoes Bill to Shield Police Names
Gov. Doug Ducey vetoed legislation that would have prevented law enforcement agencies from releasing the names of officers involved in serious or fatal shootings for 60 days.
As U.S. and Iran Seek Nuclear Deal, Saudi Arabia Makes Its Own Moves
The talks themselves are already changing the dynamics of regional politics as Saudi Arabia, IranÃ¢ÂÂs chief regional rival, acts against Iranian-backed groups in Yemen, Syria and Iraq.
Driver Killed as Stolen Car Enters N.S.A. Campus
Officials said the car crashed into a police vehicle at the National Security Agency, which is protected by its own police force, in suburban Maryland.
Germanwings Co-Pilot Was Treated for Ã¢ÂÂSuicidal Tendencies,Ã¢ÂÂ Authorities Say
The co-pilot of the Germanwings jetliner that crashed in the French Alps had been treated before receiving his pilotÃ¢ÂÂs license, officials said Monday.
News Analysis: Eroding Freedom in the Name of Freedom
The Religious Freedom Restoration Act was adopted to protect vulnerable religious minorities, but it has been transformed, critics say, into a law that allows some groups to discriminate.
Ã¢ÂÂTricky IssuesÃ¢ÂÂ Remain as Deadline Nears in Nuclear Talks With Iran
An Iranian official had seemed to rule out an accord under which the fuel would be sent abroad, but American negotiators said the issue had not yet been decided.
Inquiry of Silk Road Website Spurred AgentsÃ¢ÂÂ Own Illegal Acts, Officials Say
The agents, one with the Drug Enforcement Administration and one with the Secret Service, have been charged with money laundering and wire fraud.
Prosecutors Scrutinize Minority BorrowersÃ¢ÂÂ Auto Loans
Government officials say auto sellers are singling out minority borrowers and extending them the costliest car loans, which could exacerbate the economic distress in some neighborhoods.
Jay Z Reveals Plans for Tidal, a Streaming Music Service
In a business where artists seldom have direct control over how their work is consumed, musicians will be the majority owners of the company.
Movement to Increase McDonaldÃ¢ÂÂs Minimum Wage Broadens Its Tactics
Unions in the United States and elsewhere are increasing pressure on the fast-food giant by protesting its corporate practices to government bodies as well as planning strikes.
Enterovirus 68 May Be Linked to Paralysis in Children, Study Says
A new strain of a common respiratory virus may be responsible for partly paralyzing more than 100 children in 34 states since August, researchers reported.
Well: Ask Well: Jet Crash Raises Questions on Mental Illness Risks
Dr. Richard Friedman, a professor of clinical psychiatry at Weill Cornell Medical College, is answering reader questions about depression and its risks.
First Draft: Rubio Confirms Date of Ã¢ÂÂBig AnnouncementÃ¢ÂÂ
The slow walk of candidates declaring they are running for president took another step forward on Monday with Senator Marco Rubio announcing plans to make a Ã¢ÂÂbig announcementÃ¢ÂÂ in a couple of weeks.
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