Large Companies Prepared to Pay Price on Carbon
By CORAL DAVENPORT
More than two dozen major American corporations are preparing to pay climate-related taxes, departing from conservative orthodoxy and exposing divisions between the Republican Party and its business supporters.
Democrats’ Latest Campaign for Health Care Law Begins
By JONATHAN WEISMAN and MICHAEL D. SHEAR
Building on better news about the Affordable Care Act’s website, President Obama and congressional Democrats have put a new strategy into effect, spreading the word about the law’s benefits.
Obama Presses Case for Health Law and Wage Increase
By JACKIE CALMES
During a speech on the economy, President Obama explained how the health act fits into his vision for Americans’ financial security and upward mobility.
Documents Say Phones Outside U.S. Are Tracked
By JAMES GLANZ
The national security agency is tracking the movements of hundreds of millions of cellphones in an effort to find suspicious travel patterns or activities by intelligence targets, according to documents leaked by Edward J. Snowden.
Internet Firms Step Up Efforts to Stop Spying
By NICOLE PERLROTH and VINDU GOEL
After surveillance by the National Security Agency, major Internet companies like Microsoft and Yahoo have moved to strengthen protections of users’ data.
Dismissing Free Speech Claims, Justices Turn to Plain Line-Drawing
By ADAM LIPTAK
John D. Apel had been barred from an Air Force base after convictions for vandalism and trespass, but he said those orders should not apply to an area open to the public on the other side of a green line.
Biden Faults China on Foreign Press Crackdown
By MARK LANDLER
Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. raised the issue as beijing withholds accreditation for journalists from The New York Times and Bloomberg.
Coalition of Evangelical Churches Seeks Prayers for Boehner on Immigration
By JULIA PRESTON
The Evangelical Immigration Table, a coalition of 11 Christian organizations and churches, will run radio commercials in English and Spanish calling for prayers for Speaker John A. Boehner to take up legislation on immigration.
VIDEO: Obama Speaks About Economic Challenges
President Obama spoke at the Center for American Progress about the hurdles faced by some Americans, like income inequality and a growing lack of upward mobility.
SLIDE SHOW: Confronting the Health Insurance Exchange’s Problems
A look back at how white house advisers have tried to fix the botched health care website.