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Durbin: FDA's Weak Limits on E-Cigarettes Endanger Children

The proposed regulations would ban the sale of the products to minors, but they do not crack down on candy-flavored versions.

What Happens When Democrats Lose More Than 100 Years of Committee Experience?

With vacancies pending at Banking, Commerce, HELP, and Armed Services, Dems will be challenged beyond Election Day.

White House Disputes Report on Keystone XL Decision

Rolling Stone reported Wednesday that Obama had "all but decided to deny the permit for the pipeline."

Remember Gary Johnson? He Wants to Run for President Again.

The libertarian governor is tilting at yet another windmill.

AT&T Is Playing Chicken With the FCC

Who will blink first in the battle over access to airwaves?

Clinton White House Considered Drug Testing Student-Loan Applicants

The Clinton administration wasn't ahead of its time when it came to asking kids to pee in cups.

Want to Find a Job Online? Here’s Where to Look.

For college graduates, jobs in technology and office management are their best bets.

Auditors Defend Pentagon for Skipping Bids on B-2 Upgrades

Congressional investigators said the Defense Department was right to skip a competitive process for planned updates to B-2 strategic bombers.

NATO Eyes Antimissile Gains in Surveillance-Plane Upgrades

NATO has begun initial deliberations for upgrading the alliance's surveillance-aircraft fleet, with an eye toward improving its missile-defense capabilities.

How Sriracha Became a Political Prop

It's an immigrant-owned, widely popular product facing regulation from big, small-town government.

Joe Scarborough Subscribes to the Donald Trump School of Politics

He's being purposefully vague about his political ambitions.

Conservative Group Targets Liberal Billionaire Donor

The attacks mirror the Democrats' strategy of taking on the Koch brothers.

Former FCC Official to Head Cell-Phone Lobby

Meredith Attwell Baker will leave Comcast for the wireless group CTIA.

The Accountability Revolution Comes to Head Start

Since 2011, more than 350 Head Start providers have had to compete for federal grant money. That's a huge change.   

Friends of Snowden Turn Against Liberal Anti-NSA Lawmakers

In the eyes of Glenn Greenwald and Daniel Ellsberg, just about no one in Congress has clean hands.

Rand Paul's Compassionate Conservatism

The spirit of Jack Kemp is alive and well in today's GOP.

The Future of Powdered Alcohol Rests With ... the Treasury Department?

How alcohol is regulated in America.

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Durbin: FDA's Weak Limits on E-Cigarettes Endanger Children

The proposed regulations would ban the sale of the products to minors, but they do not crack down on candy-flavored versions.

What Happens When Democrats Lose More Than 100 Years of Committee Experience?

With vacancies pending at Banking, Commerce, HELP, and Armed Services, Dems will be challenged beyond Election Day.

White House Disputes Report on Keystone XL Decision

Rolling Stone reported Wednesday that Obama had "all but decided to deny the permit for the pipeline."

Remember Gary Johnson? He Wants to Run for President Again.

The libertarian governor is tilting at yet another windmill.

AT&T Is Playing Chicken With the FCC

Who will blink first in the battle over access to airwaves?

Clinton White House Considered Drug Testing Student-Loan Applicants

The Clinton administration wasn't ahead of its time when it came to asking kids to pee in cups.

Want to Find a Job Online? Here’s Where to Look.

For college graduates, jobs in technology and office management are their best bets.

Auditors Defend Pentagon for Skipping Bids on B-2 Upgrades

Congressional investigators said the Defense Department was right to skip a competitive process for planned updates to B-2 strategic bombers.

NATO Eyes Antimissile Gains in Surveillance-Plane Upgrades

NATO has begun initial deliberations for upgrading the alliance's surveillance-aircraft fleet, with an eye toward improving its missile-defense capabilities.

How Sriracha Became a Political Prop

It's an immigrant-owned, widely popular product facing regulation from big, small-town government.

Joe Scarborough Subscribes to the Donald Trump School of Politics

He's being purposefully vague about his political ambitions.

Conservative Group Targets Liberal Billionaire Donor

The attacks mirror the Democrats' strategy of taking on the Koch brothers.

Former FCC Official to Head Cell-Phone Lobby

Meredith Attwell Baker will leave Comcast for the wireless group CTIA.

The Accountability Revolution Comes to Head Start

Since 2011, more than 350 Head Start providers have had to compete for federal grant money. That's a huge change.   

Friends of Snowden Turn Against Liberal Anti-NSA Lawmakers

In the eyes of Glenn Greenwald and Daniel Ellsberg, just about no one in Congress has clean hands.

Rand Paul's Compassionate Conservatism

The spirit of Jack Kemp is alive and well in today's GOP.

The Future of Powdered Alcohol Rests With ... the Treasury Department?

How alcohol is regulated in America.

Show More
 
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