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Spying Has Seriously Hurt U.S. Relations With Germany

Chancellor Angela Merkel just asked the top U.S. spy in her country to leave, marking the latest chapter in an ongoing diplomatic nightmare that started with the Snowden leaks.

Bill to Legalize Cell-Phone Unlocking Advances in the Senate

The legislation already passed the House and now heads to the Senate floor.

The House Is Mostly Reopened After an Industrial Spill Temporarily Closed It

Lawmakers and legislative aides had been instructed to stay away.

Obama on Border-Crisis Fix: 'This Can Get Done Next Week'

The president on Wednesday urged Texas leaders and Congress to quickly approve a $3.7 billion plan for border security.

Dish: Comcast Could Use Deal to Choke Competitors' Online Videos

The satellite TV provider urges regulators to kill the Comcast-Time Warner Cable merger.

Joe Biden Really Doesn't Like LaGuardia Airport

The vice president took another jab at the New York City airport's aging infrastructure on Wednesday.

Woodall Chosen as Interim RSC Chair; Group Tweaks Election Rules

The Georgia Republican will serve as caretaker of the conservative group until November, when new rules will be enforced in choosing the next chairman.

Sen. Coburn Left Wondering: Why Doesn't HHS Check Guardians' Immigration Status?

The Oklahoma Republican got in a heated exchange with a Health and Human Services official about unaccompanied minors at the border.

No Criminal Charges in Death of Mom Shot by Capitol Cops

Justice Department to announce "declination to prosecute."

Your P.O. Box Just Got More Expensive

The financially struggling Postal Service plans to charge customers about 20 percent more for post-office boxes in areas around the country.

Syrian Chemical Factories May be Saved Under Global 'Compromise'

Syria's regime may be able to retain parts of its shuttered chemical-arms factories under "compromise" terms devised by a global watchdog.

Chemical Security Bill Passes House; Democrats Eye Changes in Senate

A bill the House approved by voice vote on Tuesday would extend the life of a Homeland Security Department program by three years.

Ellison: NSA's Targeting of Muslim-Americans Is 'Wrong'

The first Muslim-American elected to Congress says he's requesting more information on why five men were "targeted because of their faith."

Do Higher-Ed Policies Make It Harder for Low-Income College Students to Graduate?

Federal financial-aid programs usually cover only 12 credit hours per semester. That automatically puts students on a five-year graduation path.

'Raghead' Slur in Snowden Leak Prompts White House Call for Discrimination Review

The use of such inflammatory language is "unacceptable and inconsistent with NSA policy and core values," an agency spokeswoman said.

There's a Problem With Chicken Fertility

The nation's largest rooster breeder says failed hatchings are up 2 percent due to a "genetic issue."

40 Percent of Colleges Haven't Investigated a Sexual Assault in the Last Five Years

With one in five women sexually assaulted during their college careers, it appears that many rapes aren't being investigated by schools.

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Spying Has Seriously Hurt U.S. Relations With Germany

Chancellor Angela Merkel just asked the top U.S. spy in her country to leave, marking the latest chapter in an ongoing diplomatic nightmare that started with the Snowden leaks.

Bill to Legalize Cell-Phone Unlocking Advances in the Senate

The legislation already passed the House and now heads to the Senate floor.

The House Is Mostly Reopened After an Industrial Spill Temporarily Closed It

Lawmakers and legislative aides had been instructed to stay away.

Obama on Border-Crisis Fix: 'This Can Get Done Next Week'

The president on Wednesday urged Texas leaders and Congress to quickly approve a $3.7 billion plan for border security.

Dish: Comcast Could Use Deal to Choke Competitors' Online Videos

The satellite TV provider urges regulators to kill the Comcast-Time Warner Cable merger.

Joe Biden Really Doesn't Like LaGuardia Airport

The vice president took another jab at the New York City airport's aging infrastructure on Wednesday.

Woodall Chosen as Interim RSC Chair; Group Tweaks Election Rules

The Georgia Republican will serve as caretaker of the conservative group until November, when new rules will be enforced in choosing the next chairman.

Sen. Coburn Left Wondering: Why Doesn't HHS Check Guardians' Immigration Status?

The Oklahoma Republican got in a heated exchange with a Health and Human Services official about unaccompanied minors at the border.

No Criminal Charges in Death of Mom Shot by Capitol Cops

Justice Department to announce "declination to prosecute."

Your P.O. Box Just Got More Expensive

The financially struggling Postal Service plans to charge customers about 20 percent more for post-office boxes in areas around the country.

Syrian Chemical Factories May be Saved Under Global 'Compromise'

Syria's regime may be able to retain parts of its shuttered chemical-arms factories under "compromise" terms devised by a global watchdog.

Chemical Security Bill Passes House; Democrats Eye Changes in Senate

A bill the House approved by voice vote on Tuesday would extend the life of a Homeland Security Department program by three years.

Ellison: NSA's Targeting of Muslim-Americans Is 'Wrong'

The first Muslim-American elected to Congress says he's requesting more information on why five men were "targeted because of their faith."

Do Higher-Ed Policies Make It Harder for Low-Income College Students to Graduate?

Federal financial-aid programs usually cover only 12 credit hours per semester. That automatically puts students on a five-year graduation path.

'Raghead' Slur in Snowden Leak Prompts White House Call for Discrimination Review

The use of such inflammatory language is "unacceptable and inconsistent with NSA policy and core values," an agency spokeswoman said.

There's a Problem With Chicken Fertility

The nation's largest rooster breeder says failed hatchings are up 2 percent due to a "genetic issue."

40 Percent of Colleges Haven't Investigated a Sexual Assault in the Last Five Years

With one in five women sexually assaulted during their college careers, it appears that many rapes aren't being investigated by schools.

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