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Sky News says the black cap was stored by the University of Westminster where he studied.
The data breach involved current and former Uber drivers, and the company has notified attorneys general in states where those drivers live.
Rate of 2.2 percent in the October-Dec. quarter marked a major slowdown from the third quarter, which saw the strongest growth in 11 years.
House Republicans agreed to vote on short-term funding for the Department of Homeland Security.
Vandals cutting a fiber-optic cable that took out Internet service, landlines, cellphones, computers, ATMs and 911 systems across Arizona.
The victims’ bodies were found in four different homes in Tyrone, in Texas County, about 40 miles from the Arkansas border.
It was difficult for GOP presidential hopefuls to determine which arch-enemy to target at the Conservative Political Action Conference.
Mr. Nimoy’s wife, Susan Bay Nimoy, said the cause of death was end-stage chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
Two new meningitis vaccines should be used just for rare outbreaks, a federal panel recommends.
Cdiff bacterial deaths have more than doubled since 2007, and more than 80 percent of the deaths are among people 65 and older.
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Earlier Friday, House Speaker John Boehner was unable to corral enough votes among his Republican majority to pass a short-term bill.
The Federal Communications Commission, in a 3-2 vote, will regulate broadband Internet under public utility laws, favoring “net neutrality.
U.S.-Israel rift grows over Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech to Congress next week against any nuclear deal with Iran.
Air Force Gen. Philip Breedlove said Putin’s success in destabilizing Ukraine would spur him to raise similar conflicts elsewhere.
As the Senate progressed on a bill to fund the Department of Homeland Security before its money runs out Friday night, it was still unclear
The 20-member panel voted 12-8 in favor of Lynch, a career prosecutor who is the top federal prosecutor in Brooklyn.
A young Muslim woman’s job interview while wearing a headscarf provoked a discrimination case that made it all the way to the Supreme Court
In states such as Texas, where the test for an insanity defense is knowing right from wrong, it is difficult for murder defendants to meet
Plus: Big tobacco settles smoking lawsuits; new safer train design; Georgia delays execution; FCC set to pass Internet rules; 2016 election
But the proposal faced an uncertain future in the House, where Republican leaders conspicuously refused to embrace it.
The two of the men also had expressed a willingness to carry out attacks on U.S. soil on behalf of Islamic State, according to officials.
Eleven Wesleyan students received medical attention over the weekend; two students were still being treated Tuesday, police said.
Veterans groups and lawmakers appeared ready to accept his expression of regret.
The Supreme Court is expected to rule by the end of June on whether residents in at least 34 states are eligible for federal tax subsidies.
Plus: Audits sink to 2004 levels; bounty of Russian hacker; U.S. river cruises set; 3rd state legalizing pot.
Researchers from the Center for Civil Rights Remedies say discipline gap needs to be addressed to solve the achievement gap.
A jury convicted Eddie Ray Routh in the killing of “American Sniper” author Chris Kyle and another man at a shooting range two years ago.
Warning against advisers “bilking” clients, the president billed the move as part of his renewed focus on a populist economic message.
The Metrolink train crashed just before 6 a.m. Pacific time, overturning at least three rail cars, according to officials.
Prosecutors concluded there wasn’t enough evidence of a civil-rights violation by George Zimmerman.
The single mother of four says “I'm still processing it ... It's not hit me yet.”
In doing so, the president swept aside one of the first major challenges to his authority by the new Republican Congress.
The CIA is planning for increased use of cyber capabilities in almost every category of its operations as part of a broad restructuring.
The plaintiffs charge that the Internal Revenue Service’s interpretation of the federal health care law is wrong.
The damages are to be $655.5 million, under a law that provides for tripling the $218.5 million award the U.S. District Court jury made.
Plus: Fed testimony awaited; Guantanamo progress; ice storm slams South; desertion conviction; 3 die in shooting spree.
Evgeniy Bogachev is a Russian computer hacker under indictment in Pittsburgh and Nebraska.
Meanwhile, White House officials began preparations for a potential shutdown of the agency this weekend.
The federal government predicts accidents that could result in more than $4 billion in damage and possibly kill hundreds of people.
A Taxas judge had issued a court order to halt the actions, which would grant temporary relief from deportation for 4.7 million people.
The Appalachian Regional Commission’s leaders acknowledge that even after half a century, the need for aid is as great as ever.
The expected Keystone veto, the third and most significant of his six years in office, would likely be followed by more presidential vetoes.
The senior Republican lawmakers’ statements come amid a GOP push to roll back President Barack Obama’s executive actions on immigration.
R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. and several other leading companies are challenging the vividly worded statements mandated by a federal judge.
Sgt. Johnston’s plane was shot down by anti-aircraft guns over New Guinea on April 10, 1944.
Plus: Chicago election; New England strike ends; Prisoners moved.
Will the Pentagon need to deploy U.S. ground forces to call in airstrikes and advise Iraqi troops on the challenges of urban warfare?
His ideas are at core of a national debate over the treatment of African-Americans and other minorities by the U.S. criminal justice system.
The network of roads, highways and bridges is aging during era in which federal money for such projects has remained stagnant or declined.