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At Harvard Law School Library, a panel drew lessons from a new book containing firsthand accounts of the some of the hardest cases in judges’ careers.

Former Federal Reserve Chairman Paul Volcker, who has reached legend status in the world of central banking, isn't optimistic about current conditions.

The federal and local governments have long relied on private companies for defense and law enforcement technologies, from Lockheed Martin jetfighters to Booz Allen Hamilton data analysis. But increasingly, the government is expanding beyond the usual defense contractors to the company that also pro...

Most of us have our concerns about retirement: Have we saved enough? How long will our money last? It can be scary to face retirement without a plan; here are three things to consider as you prepare to leave work.

PHILADELPHIA (JTA) — When many folks of a certain age and demographic think of pickles, their thoughts likely drift back to memories of the pickle bar at their favorite deli, or of talkative vendors on New York City’s Lower East Side. That’s largely thanks to the Jewish immigrants living in New York at the end...

Khruangbin offer a psychedelic spin on Vince Guaraldi’s Charlie Brown classic.

From a nonexistent tax cut to unproven claims about a migrant caravan, the machinery of government whirs into action to reverse-engineer evidence for the president’s claims.

Master of horror Stephen King sold the film rights to his short story Stationary Bike to students at the Blaenau Gwent Film Academy in Tredegar, Wales for a whopping $1.

U.S. researchers from FireEye have linked a Russian research lab to a cyberattack on a Saudi petrochemical plant. The malware strain called Triton -- or Trisis -- "was designed to either shut down a production process or allow SIS-controlled machinery to work in an unsafe state," reports ZDNet, citi...

The British Fashion Council event returns to Royal Albert Hall December 10th.

Ford named a new CEO of Ford China Wednesday in an effort to boost sales in the largest auto market in the world. The Detroit-based automaker announced that Anning Chen would replace the former CEO who abruptly left Ford China last January.

Two Florida Democratic Party county chairs told The Post that they received the robocall Tuesday morning. It follows on the heels of a separate robocall in August.

Investigators are narrowing their possibilities of where the dead baby boy found inside a garbage facility in Stamford last week came from, and they've focused on several local New York and Connecticut counties...

The rampant conspiracy theories against the billionaire philanthropist have come to a head.

The Flash turns its attention to its supporting cast this week, but the results are mixed.

The story of the Saga Vanecek's miraculous find drew headlines from around the globe after it was disclosed earlier this month.

BETTENDORF, IA—Saying he had no plans to challenge anything set forth in the hour-long nature program, television viewer Adam Canales reported Monday that he was fully prepared to believe whatever the documentary Darkness Below: Ocean Life On The Brink told him about coral reefs. “I don’t know a single thing about coral reefs, so I’m perfectly okay with buying wholesale whatever this documentary has to say on the topic,” said Canales, who noted that he was 100 percent ready to accept any and…

The September 2018 NPD results are in, and Marvel’s Spider-Man for the PlayStation 4 was the month’s best-selling game in the United States.

(JTA) — Rapper Cardi B revealed that she performed at a bar mitzvah party over the weekend, and the New York Post claims that her fee was likely in the ballpark of half a million dollars. The “Bodak Yellow” singer said on Instagram that she performed at the party for a boy she called Jake...

White House trade adviser Peter Navarro wouldn't offer a time frame Tuesday for how long it will take President Donald Trump to reach a trade deal with China amid escalating rounds of tariffs.

In this edition: Why this isn't the year of the Independent, why early voting is up again in Texas, why West Virginia Republicans are talking about impeachment, and why a new revelation could dramatically change Florida's race for governor.

Police must release disturbing writings and other belongings of the Newtown school shooter to the public because they are not exempt from the state's open record laws, the Connecticut Supreme Court ruled...

Yahoo has agreed to pay $50 million in damages and provide two years of free credit-monitoring services to 200 million people whose email addresses and other personal information were stolen as part of the biggest security breach in history. "The restitution hinges on federal court approval of a set...