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Rand Paul on ISIS: 'Intervention Created This Chaos'

In a long speech on the Senate floor, the Kentucky Republican laid out his foreign policy vision, and took transparent swipes at members of his own party.

What Lead Paint Has to Do With Climate Change

Academics say oil and gas companies are taking a page out of the lead industry's playbook to distort the debate over global warming.

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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...

The Brilliant Simplicity of Scotland's Secession Ballot

And how it compares with another big-news referendum from this year.

Why Joe Biden's Gaffes Don't Matter

Though the vice president has a long history of blunders, they've rarely impacted his career.

Boosting Hispanic Share of STEM Workforce Crucial for Economic Growth

As the young demographic grows, public-private partnerships are working to place Hispanic millennials in one of the country's fastest-growing fields.

Pentagon Signs Off on Plan for Striking ISIS in Syria

The Defense secretary says he approved the plan, but Obama has not yet agreed to it.

Why Al Gore Is a Natural-Gas Skeptic

The former vice president says the popular fuel's future is "not what it once seemed." And that's just fine with him.

What Scotland Voting on Its Future Today Looks Like

To secede or not to secede? That is the question.

Who Is Saying What About American Troops 'On the Ground' in Iraq?

The trouble with being both firm and flexible when it comes to military intervention in Iraq. 

7.3 Million People Have Obamacare Coverage

The new total includes people who have purchased insurance since April.

Why You Might Be Paying Student Loans Until You Retire (and Beyond)

Student debt grew across every age group over the past decade, including borrowers over age 60.

Here's How the Ukrainian President Just Asked Congress for More Help Against Russia

Petro Poroshenko gave a speech to a joint meeting of Congress on Thursday morning, appealing to Americans and speaking to Moscow.

SEC Sued Over Stalled International Oil Corruption Rule

Oxfam America has sued the Securities and Exchange Commission to force completion of delayed mandates that will require petroleum and mining companies to reveal how much they'r...

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.

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.

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Rand Paul on ISIS: 'Intervention Created This Chaos'

In a long speech on the Senate floor, the Kentucky Republican laid out his foreign policy vision, and took transparent swipes at members of his own party.

What Lead Paint Has to Do With Climate Change

Academics say oil and gas companies are taking a page out of the lead industry's playbook to distort the debate over global warming.

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...

The Brilliant Simplicity of Scotland's Secession Ballot

And how it compares with another big-news referendum from this year.

Why Joe Biden's Gaffes Don't Matter

Though the vice president has a long history of blunders, they've rarely impacted his career.

Boosting Hispanic Share of STEM Workforce Crucial for Economic Growth

As the young demographic grows, public-private partnerships are working to place Hispanic millennials in one of the country's fastest-growing fields.

Pentagon Signs Off on Plan for Striking ISIS in Syria

The Defense secretary says he approved the plan, but Obama has not yet agreed to it.

Why Al Gore Is a Natural-Gas Skeptic

The former vice president says the popular fuel's future is "not what it once seemed." And that's just fine with him.

What Scotland Voting on Its Future Today Looks Like

To secede or not to secede? That is the question.

Who Is Saying What About American Troops 'On the Ground' in Iraq?

The trouble with being both firm and flexible when it comes to military intervention in Iraq. 

7.3 Million People Have Obamacare Coverage

The new total includes people who have purchased insurance since April.

Why You Might Be Paying Student Loans Until You Retire (and Beyond)

Student debt grew across every age group over the past decade, including borrowers over age 60.

Here's How the Ukrainian President Just Asked Congress for More Help Against Russia

Petro Poroshenko gave a speech to a joint meeting of Congress on Thursday morning, appealing to Americans and speaking to Moscow.

SEC Sued Over Stalled International Oil Corruption Rule

Oxfam America has sued the Securities and Exchange Commission to force completion of delayed mandates that will require petroleum and mining companies to reveal how much they'r...

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.

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.

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