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Documents don’t support contention that CIA impersonates other countries to mask provenance of its cyberattacks WASHINGTON—The “Vault 7” trove of documents released Tuesday by WikiLeaks has been cited
States increasingly link funding of higher education to student outcomes—a model experts predict will lead to winners and losers Taking a page from cash-strapped parents, states are increasingly telling
At least 40 killed by explosions near shrines in Damascus BEIRUT—Twin blasts Saturday near holy shrines frequented by Shiites in the Syrian capital Damascus killed at least 40 people, most of them Iraqis,
Ride-hailing firm sends podcasts and messages through app to persuade drivers to remain as ‘partners’ Before accepting rides on his Uber app each day, Seattle driver Fasil Teka must first choose whether
IRS changes designed to prevent fraud leave some filers searching for expected funds More than 1.5 million U.S. taxpayers have taken out loans against their anticipated 2016 refunds, fueled in part by
Lawmakers are divided over bill’s impact on older people; Democrats see opening WASHINGTON—House Republicans’ health-care proposal is running into a new political problem: opposition from older people.
Top federal prosecutor in Manhattan has advocated for independence of his office WASHINGTON—Preet Bharara, the top federal prosecutor in Manhattan, said Saturday he was fired from his position as the U.S.