Responding to a unity accord among Palestinian factions, the Israeli government said Thursday that it was suspending negotiations with the Palestinians, breaking off nine months of talks brokered by Secretary of State John Kerry.
A federal judge has rejected Lockheed Martin Corp.’s bid to make the federal government pay for the past clean-ups at three tainted production sites.
The Federal Communications Commission plans to propose new rules today that would let Internet service providers charge companies to move their content through a speedier lane, a “pay for play” model that opponents say will kill net neutrality.
Colorado's U.S. Senate race is "too close to call," according to a Quinnipiac University poll released Thursday.
The Chicago Tribune on Thursday published a lengthy story on the U.S. Army's investigation into the death last year of State Department press officer Anne Smedinghoff that contradicts much of what the State Department said at the time. In particular, it confirms this account by McClatchy's Jay Price that the group Smedinghoff was part of was lost when a bomb exploded in the Afghan city of Qalat on April 6, 2013.
Turkish troops conducting a resupply mission to a small Turkish military post inside Syrian territory were ambushed and detained Wednesday by Islamic extremists affiliated with the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, according to Turkish media reports.
Myles Malman may not have been a marathon man, but he sure lived like one.
In a dramatic move aimed at restoring equal justice, the administration announced on April 23rd an initiative under which President Barack Obama could grant clemency to hundreds, even thousands of drug abusers and other nonviolent federal prisoners who’ve served 10 years or more.
Both sides predict that the case will be the first in a long line of lawsuits to hit states over teacher-protection rights, opening a new front in the attack on laws that govern tenure, seniority and dismissal.
By Lesley Clark McClatchy Washington Bureau
President Barack Obama told a Japanese newspaper on the eve of his arrival here that the U.S. considers the small islands in the East China Sea subject to a bitter Chinese-Japanese dispute within the scope of a U.S.-Japan security treaty.
Supreme Court justices seemed torn Tuesday as they listened to the arguments in a complex technological case involving copyright law, the rights of TV broadcasters and a video startup called Aereo that is upending how viewers access television.
Anonymous tipsters have more credibility under a closely divided Supreme Court decision Tuesday that upheld the tip-incited search of a California mans truck.
A closely divided Supreme Court on Tuesday upheld the search of a California mans drug-laden car following an anonymous tip.
The federal Consumer Financial Protection Bureau on Tuesday released a report about the problem of automatic defaults on private student loans.