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Big Pizza Cooks Up Plan to Carve Up Obamacare’s Menu-Labeling Rules

The industry is looking for a change to the FDA regulations mandated by the law.

A Hip New Way for Political Campaigns to Spin the News, From the Makers of Rap Genius

A new service will help political operatives recapture their campaign's message—one annotation at a time.

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Vulnerable GOP Senators Bracing for ‘Political Issue of the Year’

Pressure is on Republicans up for reelection to choose policy fixing Obamacare if the Supreme Court rules their way.

Can Hillary Clinton Keep Her Balance Between a Primary Policy Fight and the General Election?

As the Democratic 2016 field fills in from the left, her aides say she is determined to avoid a liberal "arms race"

Air-Traffic-Control Upgrades Face Turbulence

Heading into a record travel season, the FAA's traffic upgrades are in the political spotlight.

Rival Democrats Ready For Bitter Rematch in California

In Silicon Valley, a labor-backed candidate is facing an intraparty challenge from a tech community favorite.

Judge Sets Timetable for Release of Clinton Emails

The State Department will have to make documents public more often than it proposed earlier this week.

FCC Wants to Make It Easier to Block Annoying Robocalls

The commission plans to tighten its rules on telemarketing.

Clinton Goes After Walker, Rubio, Paul on Equal Pay

The Democratic frontrunner won’t name them, but she is targeting Republicans who are polling decently against her.

Rand Paul Is Either About to Destroy NSA Spying—Or Save It

With just days to go before a potential lapse of the Patriot Act's spying authorities, the GOP presidential hopeful could decide the fate of years of surveillance-reform effort...

After Years of Fast Job Growth, North Dakota’s Unemployment Rate Is Rising

The state saw a significant over-the-year increase in its still-low unemployment rate.

Want to Run For President But Lack Momentum? Attack Rand Paul!

Chris Christie and Bobby Jindal know that no publicity is bad publicity.

Restraining Orders, But For Guns

How can the most dangerous people in society best be identified, and prohibited from using firearms? California has come up with one answer. 

Phoenix Makes a Play to Become An R&D Powerhouse

The Greater Phoenix Area, once an epicenter for the foreclosure crisis, now wants to become a hub for software, engineering, and research. 

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