Chris Christie goes back home to launch his long-shot 2016 bid
LIVINGSTON, N.J. — In the late 1970s, Chris Christie played catcher for the Lancers baseball team here at Livingston High School. He was also elected class president three times. On Tuesday, Christie returned to is alma mater's gymnasium to announce ...
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NY Prison Escape: The Details David Sweat Told Investigators
Escaped prisoner David Sweat, now in an upstate New York hospital, has allegedly revealed to investigators how he and fellow escapee Richard Matt managed to elude authorities in their three weeks on the run. Here is what investigators say they learned ...
Escapee practiced fleeing New York prison where chief now on leave
New York prison break: David Sweat says he, Matt practiced escape, official says
Administrative leave for 12 staffers at prison from which inmates escaped
Stocks tick up, Greece keeps trading volatile; euro off
NEW YORK Stocks ended slightly higher on Wall Street in volatile trade on Tuesday and a global equities gauge was flat, while the euro fell as Greece grappled with a looming deadline on a debt payment to the IMF. Markets held on to some chance of ...
Greece teeters toward debt default as EU spurns new bailout bid
Greece debt crisis: Eurozone rejects bailout appeal
Greek crisis deepens as loan repayment deadline nears
New York Times
Leap second serves as funny fodder for John Oliver
John Oliver has something for you to do during your extra second of time tonight. What, you didn't realize you earned an extra second? Scientists tracking the earth's rotation have noticed that it has slowed slightly, so to keep atomic clocks and ...
Leap second: how one second can be long enough to spell disaster
Something to watch: A rare leap-second tonight
Today's additional 'leap second' could crash computer programs
Yes, Hillary Clinton's speaking fees are high—but only compared with other ...
The Washington Post obtained university records showing that the University of Missouri at Kansas City passed up Hillary Clinton's $275,000 speaking price tag for a gala luncheon last February celebrating the opening of a women's hall of fame. Instead ...
A college balks at Hillary Clinton's fee, so books Chelsea for $65000 instead
University could not afford Hillary Clinton's appearance fee, hired Chelsea ...
Report: College balks at Hillary Clinton's speaking fee, turns to Chelsea instead
Brazil once had an All-Star economy. Now America is the stud
The United States stood on the sidelines while Brazil was a stud. Now America is the All-Star economy. The tables have turned between the two nations' economies, and it's a much different story from just a few years ago. Brazil's President, Dilma ...
2 years after spying flap, US, Brazil seek to turn the page
Brazilian Real Posts Quarterly Gain on Signs of Budget Progress
US and Brazil set energy goals in sign of improving ties
Over 100 feared dead after Indonesia military plane crashes
MEDAN, Indonesia More than 100 people were feared dead after a military transport plane plowed into a residential area shortly after take-off in northern Indonesia on Tuesday, in what may be the deadliest accident yet for an air force with a long ...
Death toll rises to 86 after military plane crashes in Medan, Indonesia
Indonesian military transport plane crashes in Medan area, killing dozens
Little hope of survivors in Indonesian military plane crash
Salt Lake Tribune
Obama seeks overtime rules revamp that could help 5 million workers
June 30 The Obama administration on Tuesday unveiled details of a long-awaited proposal that would make nearly 5 million more U.S. workers eligible for overtime pay, but many businesses say it would force them to cut hours and wages. Under the ...
How Overtime Rules Could Help the Middle Class
New Rules For Overtime Pay: Blessing Or Curse For Business?
Up To 1.8 Million Millennials Could Earn More Next Year Under Obama's ...
Florida's 24-Hour Abortion Waiting Law Put on Hold by Court
A Florida law requiring women seeking an abortion to wait 24 hours after their initial visit to a physician was put on hold by a state court judge, the Center for Reproductive Rights said. Judge Charles A. Francis in Tallahassee ruled the law, slated ...
Judge Blocks Florida Law Requiring 24-Hour Waiting Period For Abortions
Judge blocks new Florida law that requires women to wait 24 hours before ...
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Pope Francis will try to break out of 'the bubble' on his US trip, details show
The Vatican on Tuesday (June 30) released details of Pope Francis' itinerary for his Sept. 22-27 U.S. visit, his first, and it shows how this “pope of the people” wants to avoid becoming a prisoner of the East Coast “power corridor” during his five ...
Pope Francis's Smaller Visits Have a Bigger Meaning
DC Stop Of Pope Francis Trip Includes White House, Congress
Pope to meet with homeless, prisoners and immigrants in US