By ADAM LIPTAK and JOHN H. CUSHMAN Jr.
The Supreme Court on Thursday largely let stand President Obama's health care overhaul, in a striking victory for the president and Congressional Democrats, with the chief justice, John G. Roberts Jr., affirming the central legislative pillar of Mr. Obama's term.
By ETHAN BRONNER
Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. surprised many on Thursday by providing the crucial fifth vote for upholding President Obama's health care law.
By JEFF ZELENY
Mitt Romney and Congressional Republicans were turning to the court of public opinion to do what the Supreme Court did not.
By ROD NORDLAND and HWAIDA SAAD
Rebels struck at high-profile targets in and around Damascus for the third time this week, increasing the impression that momentum has started to shift in their direction.
By ELLEN BARRY, NICK CUMMING-BRUCE and RICK GLADSTONE
The comments came ahead of a meeting in Geneva on Saturday at which a proposal for a Syrian national unity cabinet that includes opposition figures could be put forward.
By MARLISE SIMONS
One of two genocide charges against the former wartime leader, Radovan Karadzic, were dropped, but he will still stand trial for war crimes in The Hague.