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Apple Wants to Be the Guardian of Your Data

The tech giant says it won't be able to share your iPhone data even if it wanted to.

Welcome to the New, Surprisingly Civil GOP Approach to Benghazi

The first hearing of the House Select Committee on Benghazi was as apolitical as any hearing on the 2012 attack so far.

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Training Americans Today for the Energy Jobs of Tomorrow

Even amid these historic boom times, America's energy industry faces a serious challenge. Forecasts show that as much as 40 percent of its workforce will be retiring or leaving...

Senate Ready for CR Vote, as Larger Syria Debate Awaits

Stopgap spending bill looks headed for passage despite concerns.

Constitutional System Demands Respect Across Branches

Judges need to show this respect in assessing one carelessly worded clause in the Affordable Care Act that is the basis for the Halbig case.

Obama's ISIS Strategy Will Not Achieve Its Goals, Security Insiders Say

But a majority of the same experts say that the U.S. is safer now than it was before the 9/11 attacks.

Farm Groups Stick With Senate Republicans Despite Farm Bill Opposition

Several GOP candidates voted against or disavowed the 2014 bill, but state ag groups have other reasons to stick with them.

Obama's 'Year of Action' Becomes a Year of Fear

The public's nerves are rattled on everything from terrorism to immigration to Ebola—and that has created a political advantage for Republicans.

The Man Who Can Save Pat Roberts

Chris LaCivita has a reputation as an operative who will pull out all the stops to win. And that's just what the embattled senator might need right now.  

House Approves Measure to Arm and Train Syrian Rebels

Anti-ISIS language split both parties, spurring a sharp debate.

Al Gore: Climate Skepticism Will Haunt Republicans in 2016

Al Gore says Republicans seeking the White House in 2016 are in a bind on climate change.

One Story That Shows Why the Ebola Outbreak Is So Hard to Control

Money and personnel are not enough—aid workers are battling fear and misunderstanding.

Joe Biden on Using American Ground Troops Against ISIS: 'We'll Determine That Based on How the Effort Goes'

The vice president appeared to leave the door open for greater military action in the U.S. mission during an offhand comment in an Iowa diner Wednesday.

Marco Rubio Flaps His Hawk Wings

The senator painted himself as a student of neoconservatism Wednesday.

Congress Is About to Decide Whether to Tax Your Internet

The price of surfing the Web—or buying things online—could soon go up.

VA Watchdog Denies It Watered Down Phoenix Report

The department's inspector general pushed back against lawmakers who are questioning final report.

The Islamic State Is Messing Up Other People's Acronyms

The Institute for Science and International Security, or ISIS, is pushing back at media organizations for using the acronym to refer to the terrorist organization.

Republicans Are Worried About ISIS Fighters Coming Through Mexico. The White House Wants Them to Stop.

With eyes on the midterms, some Republicans are unlikely to listen.

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Apple Wants to Be the Guardian of Your Data

The tech giant says it won't be able to share your iPhone data even if it wanted to.

Welcome to the New, Surprisingly Civil GOP Approach to Benghazi

The first hearing of the House Select Committee on Benghazi was as apolitical as any hearing on the 2012 attack so far.

Sponsor Content

Training Americans Today for the Energy Jobs of Tomorrow

Even amid these historic boom times, America's energy industry faces a serious challenge. Forecasts show that as much as 40 percent of its workforce will be retiring or leaving...

Senate Ready for CR Vote, as Larger Syria Debate Awaits

Stopgap spending bill looks headed for passage despite concerns.

Constitutional System Demands Respect Across Branches

Judges need to show this respect in assessing one carelessly worded clause in the Affordable Care Act that is the basis for the Halbig case.

Obama's ISIS Strategy Will Not Achieve Its Goals, Security Insiders Say

But a majority of the same experts say that the U.S. is safer now than it was before the 9/11 attacks.

Farm Groups Stick With Senate Republicans Despite Farm Bill Opposition

Several GOP candidates voted against or disavowed the 2014 bill, but state ag groups have other reasons to stick with them.

Obama's 'Year of Action' Becomes a Year of Fear

The public's nerves are rattled on everything from terrorism to immigration to Ebola—and that has created a political advantage for Republicans.

The Man Who Can Save Pat Roberts

Chris LaCivita has a reputation as an operative who will pull out all the stops to win. And that's just what the embattled senator might need right now.  

House Approves Measure to Arm and Train Syrian Rebels

Anti-ISIS language split both parties, spurring a sharp debate.

Al Gore: Climate Skepticism Will Haunt Republicans in 2016

Al Gore says Republicans seeking the White House in 2016 are in a bind on climate change.

One Story That Shows Why the Ebola Outbreak Is So Hard to Control

Money and personnel are not enough—aid workers are battling fear and misunderstanding.

Joe Biden on Using American Ground Troops Against ISIS: 'We'll Determine That Based on How the Effort Goes'

The vice president appeared to leave the door open for greater military action in the U.S. mission during an offhand comment in an Iowa diner Wednesday.

Marco Rubio Flaps His Hawk Wings

The senator painted himself as a student of neoconservatism Wednesday.

Congress Is About to Decide Whether to Tax Your Internet

The price of surfing the Web—or buying things online—could soon go up.

VA Watchdog Denies It Watered Down Phoenix Report

The department's inspector general pushed back against lawmakers who are questioning final report.

The Islamic State Is Messing Up Other People's Acronyms

The Institute for Science and International Security, or ISIS, is pushing back at media organizations for using the acronym to refer to the terrorist organization.

Republicans Are Worried About ISIS Fighters Coming Through Mexico. The White House Wants Them to Stop.

With eyes on the midterms, some Republicans are unlikely to listen.

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