The archive of all headlines from March 09, 2015, organized by time of publication.
Reports that US and British aircraft carrying arms to ISIS have been shot down by Iraqi forces have been met with shock and denial in western countries. Few in the Middle East doubt that Washington is playing a ‘double game’ with its proxy armies in Syria
Pay cuts for Medicare physicians, the Highway Trust Fund and the federal Export-Import Bank are among the budget measures that a Republican-controlled Congress will be faced with passing this year.
Archaeologists and preservationists, used to battling mundane enemies like weather and development, lament that in areas held by the Islamic State there is little they can do but document the destruction.
Donations to the Clinton Foundation from countries with poor records on the rights of women and girls have presented a special kind of appearance problem for Hillary Rodham Clinton, who embodies women’s aspirations to equality.
Federal officials were prompted by worries that, through a process known as vapor intrusion, pollutants could be evaporating through the soil and into homes and putting residents at risk.
Cycling officials let doping flourish and broke their own rules so Lance Armstrong could cheat his way to becoming the superstar the sport badly needed, according to a scathing report into its drug culture.
With its wings stretched wide to catch the sun’s energy, a Swiss-made solar-powered aircraft took off from Abu Dhabi just after daybreak, in a historic first attempt to fly around the world without a drop of fossil fuel.
'The meek may inherit the earth, but they won't own a football team in Los Angeles,' says Marc Ganis, a Chicago-based stadium consultant who helped orchestrate the departure of the Rams and Raiders from L.A.
The Congressional Budget Office said the Affordable Care Act will cost 11 percent less over the next 10 years because fewer people will sign up for Medicaid and federally-subsidized insurance under the health-care law.
The Congressional Budget Office said the Affordable Care Act will cost less over the next 10 years because fewer people will sign up for Medicaid and federally subsidized insurance under the health-care law’s marketplaces.
The letter, signed by 47 Republican senators, warns Iran’s leaders that a nuclear agreement now being negotiated by the Obama administration may not last without congressional approval.
The Obama administration accused the 47 senators who signed the letter of conspiring with Iranian hard-liners, who oppose talks to curtail Tehran’s nuclear program, and suggested their goal was to push the U.S. into a military conflict.
The Obama administration accused the 47 senators who signed the letter of conspiring with Iranian hardliners, who oppose talks to curtail Tehran’s nuclear program, and suggested their goal was to push the U.S. into a military conflict.
An already heated battle between the Obama administration and Republicans over negotiations to curtail Tehran’s nuclear program grew more tense when 47 Republican senators sent a letter to Iran designed to kill any potential deal.