President Evan Dobelle deflected the blame for lavish spending accusations as retribution for disagreements with the board chair.
Baffling end to Ted Cruz’s speech; bill advances
By Jonathan Weisman
The Senate on Wednesday moved toward approving legislation to keep the government open without gutting the health care law.
NSA chief fights for phone-data project
By Ellen Nakashima
The head of the National Security Agency delivered a vigorous defense Wednesday of his agency’s collection of Americans’ phone records.
Ohio puts killer of two to death
By JULIE CARR SMYTH
A gunman who spewed racial slurs before fatally shooting a black man and an officer was put to death with the state’s last dose of its execution drug.
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