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The hackers do not appear to have penetrated closely guarded servers that control the message traffic from President Obama’s BlackBerry.
Daily demonstrations have swept across the city since the man, Freddie Gray, died last Sunday, but Saturday’s turnout was among the largest.
The investigation, led by NBC News senior executive producer Richard Esposito, may be a factor in network’s decision to rehire Mr. Williams.
Plus: Starbucks back online; “American Sniper” flap; truckers in wage dispute; college lockdown ends; coyote caught in NYC.
They will remove up to 100 pounds of excess skin from a man who once weighed nearly 900 pounds but has since lost 650 pounds.
The Olympic gold-medal winner said that he has felt this way all his life, during an ABC News “20/20” interview.
Eric Holder, a former judge and U.S. attorney, will exit the Justice Department as the third-longest serving attorney general in U.S.
In 2009, the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force updated its screening guidelines to recommend mammograms every two years for women over 50.
The GOP leadership of the House Armed Services Committee has tucked the provision into an early version of an annual defense spending bill.
“Spice” is the street name for a family of synthetic substances that mimic the effects of marijuana.
Plus: stage collapse hurts 16; hazing convictions; stun guns suspended;
The bungled attack is likely to raise questions about the Obama administration’s extensive use of drones in its war against terrorism.
But Hillary Clinton’s campaign says that a much of the criticisms is based on “innuendo.”
Police said all of the injuries the students suffered in the collapse Thursday evening were minor.
The Hubble changed our understanding of the age of the universe, the evolution of galaxies and the expansion of space itself.
Amanda Berry’s "Hope: A Memoir of Survival in Cleveland" was written with journalists Mary Jordan and Kevin Sullivan.
The recalls are unusual: Listeria is rarely found in ice cream because it can’t grow at freezing temperatures.
Plus: Petraeus gets probation; Tsarnaev penalty phase; Trade measure advances
Lynch will replace Eric Holder and become the first black woman in the nation's top law enforcement post.
The suit seeks a court order to prohibit the use of techniques “that demean, disregard, or underserve its African-American population.”
U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx visited CMU robotics center and marveled at the technology, but bemoaned the potholes outside.
Petraeus was also fined $100,000, which was $60,000 more than the government had recommended.
“No words can fully express our regret over this tragedy,” a White House statement said.
The family objects to the exclusion of future awards for CTE, the brain trauma that some call “the signature disease of football.”
Commissioner Rob Manfred said he has not determined a timetable to decide on Rose’s application to end his lifetime ban from baseball.
The move comes as a bipartisan group of lawmakers is preparing a measure to scale back the government’s spying powers under the Patriot Act.
In the highly unusual case, Henry Rayhons, 78, faced a felony charge that could have resulted in up to 10 years in prison.
The monkeys that got the drug survived, but all three untreated monkeys died, researchers reported Wednesday in the journal Nature.
The Senate Finance Committee began debate Wednesday on the measure known as the Trade Promotion Authority.
Plus: Cybersecurity bill OK’d; 8 million IRS callers cut off; campaign finance push; and more.
A vote on Loretta Lynch’s confirmation had been help up in the Senate because of partisan wrangling over abortion.
SkyWest jet with unconscious passenger descends at 7,000 feet per minute for emergency landing.
Scientists have linked earthquakes in Oklahoma and Texas to oil and natural gas extraction operations.
Otherwise, such procedures violate the Constitutional ban on unreasonable seizures, the Supreme Court ruled 6-3.
The latest outbreak of avian flu has led some of the biggest importers of eggs and poultry from the U.S. to ban them.
Plus: changes to electric grid; ice cream recalled; two chimps in court; and more.
Michele Leonhart, said Tuesday that she plans to retire after three decades with the agency.
The Post and Courier, a small-circulation newspaper in Charleston, S.C., on Monday won the Pulitzer Prize for public service, journalism’s
6 Somali-American men from Minnesota were charged Monday with planning to join the Islamic State and fight for the militant group in Syria.
New law President Obama signed last week will end Medicare’s insurance cards with Social Security numbers.
Plus: Police custody death; Breast cancer rise seen; TSA tightens rules
Bishop Robert W. Finn, 62, was the only U.S. Roman Catholic bishop to be convicted for not reporting suspicion of child abuse.
Doug Hughes, who landed a gyrocopter on the U.S. Capitol lawn last week, had hoped to raise awareness about big money in politics.
The agency’s spending on secret sources has increased much faster than its overall budget.
The admissions mark a watershed in one of the country’s largest forensic scandals.
Former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley led the call for a competitive primary, appearing on CBS’s “Face the Nation.”
Also, the Seattle Times won the award in breaking news for its digital coverage of a mudslide in Washington that killed 43 people.
Two years after bombs killed three and wounded 260 more, the world’s most prestigious marathon took tentative steps back toward normal.
The agency has been beset by a series of security lapses, including an incident in which a man jumped a fence and ran inside the White
PLUS: New cancer drug studied; Man dies week after arrest; Lynch vote likely this week.