MLB says it’s too early to tell how revamped relations between the U.S. and Cuba will affect the league.
The Duchess of Cambridge shook hands with New York City First Lady Chirlane McCray before both entered the Northside Center for Child Development in Harlem.
A grand jury has decided Wednesday not to indict the police officer who placed a Staten Island man in an apparent chokehold just before he died.
Attorney Benjamin Crump said at a news conference Tuesday that attorneys objected to St. Louis County Prosecutor Bob McCulloch’s decision to call a grand jury and not appoint a special prosecutor.
U.S. attorney Loretta Lynch has emerged as the leading choice to be the next attorney general, but President Barack Obama does not plan to make a nomination until after a trip to Asia next week.
The president spoke on the election, which delivered a harsh verdict for the Democrats, from the East Room.
Republican Tom Foley on Wednesday conceded defeat to Gov. Dannel P. Malloy in Connecticut governor’s race, a bruising and expensive rematch of the 2010 contest.
Kaci Hickox, who stepped outside to meet briefly with reporters Wednesday night, followed through with her promise by leaving her home Thursday.
The president’s wife is scheduled to appear Thursday at an afternoon campaign rally in New Haven for Malloy. President Barack Obama is slated to headline another rally Sunday afternoon in Bridgeport.
Dr. Craig Spencer, a member of Doctors Without Borders, became the city’s first Ebola patient on Thursday.
The NYPD is beefing up security at New York City locations associated with the Canadian government after gunfire erupted at the country’s capital on Wednesday.
The director of the CDC said the program will begin Monday and cover visitors as well as aid workers, journalists and other Americans returning from Liberia, Sierra Leone or Guinea.
Gov. Chris Christie says he hasn’t decided yet whether he’ll run for president.
President Barack Obama told the assembled leaders that the “only language understood by killers like this is the language of force.”
In a forceful appeal for international cooperation on limiting carbon pollution, President Barack Obama warned starkly on Tuesday that the globe’s climate is changing faster than efforts to address it.