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Episode 1: Mitt Romney's Ego, Dark Money Rising, and the Ryanization of Marco Rubio

In the inaugural episode of TwentySixteen, our hosts break down Mitt Romney's decision not to run, explore the influence of the Koch brothers, question Lindsey Graham's announc...

The White House’s Latest Climate Ally: Pope Francis

EPA administrator highlights "moral issue" in Vatican meetings.

Uber On Privacy: 'We Haven't Always Gotten It Right'

An internal review finds the ride-hailing app has made improvements but has a lot of work left to do on customer privacy.

Winston Churchill’s Life, 50 Year After his Funeral, in Photos

On Jan. 30, 1965, Winston Churchill's coffin was paraded through the streets of London and down the River Thames before a service at St. Paul's Cathedral.  

D.C. Laws Aside, You Still Can't Carry a Gun on the Hill

People who have a concealed-weapon permit from the city should steer clear of the Capitol.

Inside Mitt Romney's 2016 Roller-Coaster Ride

A three-week flirtation put would-be advisers on ice and confused supporters.

Ted Strickland Still Undecided on Senate Run

The former Ohio governor is considering a race against Sen. Rob Portman.

Mitt Romney to the GOP: I Won’t, But I Could Have...

His departure avoids a messy Republican primary fight, and opens opportunities for a new generation of leadership.

Government Privacy Board to Obama: Shut Down NSA Mass Spying Now

The White House has been quiet on surveillance reform since the USA Freedom Act crumbled in the Senate last November.    

Why Don't White Voters Elect Minority Reps to Congress?

This might be the most diverse House in history, but most progress is limited to minority-majority districts. 

Celebrities Who Ran For Office

From Ronald Reagan to Arnold Schwarzenegger, these famous politicians caught their first big break in entertainment.

Closing the Achievement Gap, One School at a Time

There are plenty of ways to get more minority students in advanced high school courses. But the first step is to recognize the problem.

Mitt Romney Will Not Run in 2016

The former candidate announced his decision to supporters on a conference call this morning.

How Paid Sick Leave Emerged as a Democratic Strong Suit

It didn't happen in Washington.

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