The archive of all headlines from December 21, 2015, organized by time of publication.
Lobbyists recently swooped in to add 54 words to a tax and spending bill of more than 2,000 pages that temporarily preserved a loophole sought by the hotel, restaurant and gambling industries, and billionaire Wall Street investors.
Sepp Blatter, the longtime president of FIFA, international soccer’s governing body, and Michel Platini, president of European soccer’s governing body, are prohibited from taking part in any soccer-related activities while barred.
In an interview with NPR, President Obama said that Donald J. Trump is taking advantage of the fears of blue-collar men and that some of the scorn directed at him stemmed from the fact that he is the first black president.
The gun homicide rate has risen since the state repealed gun control measures in 2007. While experts cautioned that causation can be hard to prove, most were convinced the data suggested an effect.