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Jeffrey Sterling, who was involved in a highly secretive operation to give faulty nuclear plans to Iran, was convicted of giving classified information to a reporter at the New York Times.
Carol D. Leonnig and Craig Whitlock
The Secret Service has spent years studying the threats drones pose, but officials said the agency isn’t able to easily identify and stop a typical one.
The kingdom’s efforts to drive oil prices down are wreaking havoc with rivals and undermining global attempts to reduce dependence on fossil fuels.
Snow plows clear Times Square early Tuesday morning. (Reuters)
LiveBlizzard takes aim at Northeast
WEATHER GANG | Be cautious on untreated paved areas and side roads on your commute until the temperature rises.
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Evgeny Buryakov at hearing Monday. (Reuters)
They seemed like stumblebum spies, but they discussed “debstabilizing” U.S. markets.
The funding is aimed at developing new antibiotics and improving surveillance for “superbugs.”
The massive goal of $889 million is more than double what the network raised during the 2012 campaign.
He spoke to an enthusiastic crowd about human rights issues and the future of U.S.-India relations.
DASHED DREAMS PART 3
After the housing collapse derails the American Dream, a cloud of uncertainty hangs over one family.
The prime minister’s disdain for Obama could hurt support of Israel.
A renewed offensive in Ukraine should prompt a strong response from the West.
Scott Higham and Steven Rich
The contractor, which led projects in Afghanistan and Iraq, received more than $2.4 billion since 2007.
Police say a car that belonged to the couple was found at a separate location from the unidentified bodies.
ON PARENTING | When things were at their darkest, this new mother found comfort in breastfeeding.
Protecting the White House from drones
Life on the brink of foreclosure
On this prize patrol, a college acceptance
Stars talk 'Black Lives Matter' on BET Honors red carpet
The Holocaust’s last voices
Here's how Yemen got here
Shaping spy shows: How former CIA personnel influence TV
Be a man and cry
Farewell, SkyMall. It was fun.
Date Lab: Peter and Riley
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Democrats and Republicans expect to continue to discuss the bill.
Karen DeYoung and Hugh Naylor
The border site has been a focus of U.S. airstrikes for the past four months.
Huge cloud systems are visible even to amateur astronomers.
Like it or not, it’s not solely up to Americans to decide what constitutes free speech anymore, even here in America.
Jenna Portnoy and Nick Anderson
The measure, which defies the wishes of some survivors and their advocates, would require schools to report incidents to police within 24 hours.
The league has allowed the Patriots’ football controversy to linger at its own benefit.
CRITIC’S NOTEBOOK | Today’s war characters aren’t cowboys, but serious-minded operators.
As usual, it was a big night for Signature Theatre, although not so much for Broadway tryouts.
SWITCH | Lobbyists are going on the offensive to try to thwart proposed new FCC regulations.
Most taxpayers have fairly straightforward returns and can avoid paying hundreds of dollars for a tax pro.
FEDERAL EYE | Employees are currently eligible for 12 weeks of unpaid parental leave or can use paid sick leave.
Benny L. Kass
The National Association of Realtors is seeking to use them to market listings.
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