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How Mass Incarceration Takes a Toll on the Environment

Both prisoners and surrounding communities are affected by this under-studied issue.

Senate Tries to Stop Agencies from Paying Dead People

The government will require more double-checks fromo agencies to ensure payment eligibility. 

Hacking Critical Infrastructure: A How-To Guide

Cyber-aided physical attacks on power plants and the like are a growing concern. A pair of experts is set to reveal how to pull them off — and how to defend against them.

Ted Cruz Ridicules Mitt Romney in Private, and Now in Public Too

A secret audio recording demonstrates how deep Cruz's disdain for Romney's type of Republicanism goes. 

Brad Woodhouse: Pushing Hillary Clinton's Message at Correct the Record

The group focuses on influencing the conversation about Clinton using free, online methods, such as tweets or blog posts.

Poll: Will Donald Trump Still Be a Candidate for President by the Iowa Caucuses?

"With his ego, he could still be a candidate for president by the Iowa caucuses of 2024."

Poll: How Much of an Influence Will the Black Lives Matter Movement Have on the Democratic Party in 2016?

"The party will have to be responsive to the concerns of black activists and, with each incident, the fervor grows."

The Aftermath of a Senator's Stroke

The Illinois senator is running for reelection after suffering a stroke. How much did it change his brain? And is it wrong to ask?

The Trump Conundrum

How should his Republican rivals handle him at next week's debate? And who might inherit his supporters?

People

Robert Traynham, Elizabeth Leoty Craddock and Amy Jensen Cunniffe are profiled.

The Issue That Divides the Dingells

John was an NRA board member. Now Debbie is working closely with a gun-control group. "Let's just say we don't talk about this a lot," she says.

New Hampshire GOP Turns Democrats' Early Anti-Scott Brown Playbook Against Maggie Hassan

In 2013 and 2014, Democratic attacks damaged Scott Brown before he even entered the Senate race. A bevy of GOP outside groups are doing the same to Gov. Maggie Hassan now.

Can The Black Vote Win Jeb Bush The Presidency?

"It's the most underwritten story in Florida."

Whistle-Blowers: VA's Watchdog Office Is Failing Us

One year after the Department of Veterans Affairs scandal broke, senators say the VA office that should be helping truth-tellers is still broken.

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