Live Briefing: ‘Bomb Cyclone’ Swirls Northward, Bringing Snow and Bitter Cold

The storm, which dropped sleet or snow as far south as Florida, was expected to produce blizzard conditions as it moved up the Eastern Seaboard.

On Washington: Blast From the Past: The Current Political World Mirrors 2009

Elements that foreshadowed steep losses for Democrats eight years ago are in place for Republicans today.

1 Million Lose Power After Fierce Storm Hits Northeast

By MATTHEW HAAG October 30, 2017 A powerful storm with hurricane-force winds raked across the Northeast on Sunday and into Monday morning, knocking out power to more than a million homes and businesses. The storm, which dumped several inches of rain in areas...

Scott Brown, U.S. Envoy to New Zealand, Faced Inquiry for Remarks to Women

Scott Brown, a former senator from Massachusetts, acknowledged calling guests at an event in Samoa “beautiful” and said the State Department cautioned him on his behavior.

Student Loan Company Accused of Mismanaging Debt Forgiveness Program

The Massachusetts attorney general said the company had made errors that have potentially left students in debt far longer than they expected.

Michelle Carter Is Sentenced to 15 Months in Jail in Texting Suicide Case

The case raised questions about whether Ms. Carter was responsible for Conrad Roy III’s death when she was far from the scene and did not provide a weapon.