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Greece’s international creditors are poised to present the country with the outlines of a bailout deal that some European officials say amounts to a take-it-or-leave-it offer.

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A total of 10.2 million people signed up for health coverage under the Affordable Care Act and paid their premiums, the Obama administration said.

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Wojciech Braszczok tells a Manhattan judge he was trying to stop a vehicle that had fled the scene of an accident.

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The fate of hundreds of people aboard a stricken Chinese tour ship remained uncertain nearly a day after it capsized, as the government put a stranglehold on information.

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The Senate prepared to vote Tuesday afternoon on changes to a House bill curbing a government surveillance program in a push that could kick off a new legislative struggle over Patriot Act provisions that have already lapsed.

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U.S. Navy Secretary Ray Mabus on Tuesday said the bureaucracy surrounding the Office of the Secretary of Defense should be cut back.

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The organization behind the SAT college-entrance exam launched a free practice website intended to level the playing field for high-school students.

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FIFA President Sepp Blatter said on Tuesday he will step down as the head of the world soccer’s governing body, in the wake of the disclosure last week of U.S. criminal charges against more than a dozen current and former FIFA officials and sports-marketing executives.

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A former college friend of Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was sentenced to six years in prison for trying to impede the investigation into the deadly attack.

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Former House Speaker Dennis Hastert’s arraignment was postponed to next week, according to court documents, pushing his initial appearance in court from this Thursday to next Tuesday.