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White House: Mitch McConnell Is Being 'Grossly Irresponsible' With Patriot Act Deadline

White House press secretary Josh Earnest again pushed the Senate to vote on a House-passed NSA-reform bill Friday.

Hillary Clinton Is ‘Glad’ About Benghazi Emails Getting Released

But the newly public emails were far from Clinton's top priority on Friday.

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Here Are All the Clinton Benghazi Emails the State Department Released

Struggling with the State Department site? Here are all of the newly released emails.

There’s a Major Oil Spill in California. So Where’s the Outrage in D.C.?

Greens want to see strong response, but political reaction has been muted.

Here's What It Looks Like Inside a Plane That's on Fire

We all like to think we'd be calm in times of great pressure. Here is how it looks when people really are.

Obama Finally Delivers Strong Comeback to Netanyahu on Iran

"When I hear some people say that disagreements over policy belie a lack of support of Israel, I must object and object forcefully." 

The State Department Just Released Hillary Clinton's Benghazi-Related Emails

The emails span two years of her time as secretary of state.

In Biggest Cities, Racial Education Gaps Loom Large

Minorities trail whites in college completion, but there has been more progress in closing gaps at the high school level.

Jeb Bush is All Over the Place on Climate Change

The 2016 hopeful is "concerned" about global warming, but he's a far cry from being a climate champion.

The Patriot Act's Spy Powers Are Set to Expire. Here's How Every U.S. Senator Has Voted Before.

These are the Senate coalitions that will matter most when the legislation comes to a vote.  

Karl Rove's Crossroads Empire Adds a New Senate Defense Arm

The Rove-supported network will be composed of at least four groups, two of which will exist specifically to defend the GOP's hold on the Senate.

McConnell Defends NSA Mass Surveillance And Blasts Reform Efforts

"If a bomb goes off in one of our cities and law enforcement is racing to determine whether a network is poised to conduct additional attacks, time is of the essence."

Can Seattle Go Any Greener?

The city looks to become a hub for smart-building technology. 

America's First Political Cartoons

A look back at some of the illustrations that graced the pages of Puck  magazine, America's first humor magazine that satirized political and social issues of the day.

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