New York Times
If completed, a transaction would be one of the biggest health care deals of the year. And it could reap a sizable profit for Bausch & Lomb’s current owner, Warburg Pincus.
Unlike more than 88 percent of Fortune 500 companies, Exxon Mobil has no protections against bias based on sexual orientation in its official equal employment opportunity statement.
The attackers set off a large explosion followed by numerous smaller blasts, sending United Nations and international agency workers into bomb shelters.
The conviction of Nelson Morales was the third to result from the shooting death of Officer Peter J. Figoski in 2011.
A vanilla-scented, freshly made sponge cake with good berries and a whipped cream weighs in as a great dessert.
In a sign of Wall Street’s resurgent influence in Washington, bank lobbyists are aiding lawmakers in preparing legislation that softens financial regulations.
People contacted in connection with the inquiry said that the F.T.C. was asking questions about Google’s bundling of advertising services.
The collapse on Interstate 5 came as politicians had been wrestling over the millions needed to replace another aging bridge over the Columbia River.
The Boy Scouts of America voted to allow openly gay youths as members, while continuing its policy of excluding openly gay adult leaders.
During assignments at Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia, Luke Sharrett, whose cousin was killed in Iraq, began to notice the mementos left by friends and family.
Institutions like the Museum of Medical History in Berlin are responding to increasing claims to return bones and other human artifacts in their collections to indigenous peoples.
The United States and Russia agreed this month to pull together the peace conference, with Russia responsible for bringing the government of Bashar al-Assad to the table.
President Obama urged them to follow an “inner compass” and to “do what’s right, even when it’s unpopular.”
After years of relying on state spending to supercharge growth, China’s new prime minister, Li Keqiang, said the government would seek to unleash the nation’s creative energies.
The Chinese leader, Xi Jinping, appeared to strike a stern tone on Friday as he called for the denuclearization of the Korean peninsula, according to a state-run Chinese news agency.
Three people were injured after the failure of an Interstate 5 bridge north of Seattle dumped vehicles into the Skagit River, the authorities said.
The Rangers nudged the Boston Bruins on a nifty goal by Chris Kreider at 7 minutes 3 seconds of overtime — but only after rebounding from holes of 2-0 and 3-2.
The failure of an Interstate 5 bridge over the Skagit River north of Seattle dumped vehicles and people into the water, the Washington State Patrol said.