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Ukraine Fighting Could Lead to Reactor Meltdown: U.S. Analyst

A former Bush administration policy analyst is warning a military conflict in Ukraine could affect the electric grid and endanger the nation's nuclear reactors.

U.S. Sticks to Plan for Interoperable Nuclear Warheads, Despite Criticism

The fiscal 2015 budget proposal delays -- but does not abandon -- plans for the new Navy and Air Force warheads.

College Board/National Journal Poll

When It Comes to Expanding Pre-K, Americans Are Divided by Party and Race

Poll finds broader support for reducing class sizes and raising teacher salaries.

Democrats Meddling in North Carolina Republican Primary

New ad mimics tactics that Democrats used to boost Todd Akin in 2012 Senate primary.

Salt Lake City

Was Utah's Much-Heralded Immigration Law All It Promised?

Three years after the law's passage, undocumented immigrants still fear deportation.

Video Policy Explainers

How Copyright Could Sink Your Pandora Station

The rise of digital radio services has the music industry struggling.

Michael Bloomberg: 'I Have Earned My Place in Heaven'

The former New York City mayor is confident that his latest $50 million gun-control initiative has secured him a happy afterlife.

Attorney Goes Global in New York Tribe's Fight With U.S.

Syracuse lawyer Joe Heath petitions the Organization of American States on behalf of the Onondaga Nation.

FCC Plans to Handicap Verizon and AT&T

The agency is expected to impose limits on an upcoming airwave auction to help smaller carriers.

How a McKinley-Era Policy Could Affect a Key Senate Race

Both candidates seeking to replace Max Baucus want to change a 1900 law to help the Northern Cheyenne—and win over the tribe's voters.

Nuclear Bomb Variant Completes Wind-Tunnel Test

A project to revamp the U.S. B-61 nuclear bomb achieved a key milestone when one of its new variants passed a first full-scale, wind-tunnel test.

How the Makers of TurboTax Are Trying to Keep Doing Your Taxes Annoying

The company has long lobbied against a simplified, free tax-filing process that could take as little as 15 minutes.

New Algorithm May Help Airport Scans Detect Nuclear Smuggling

Scientists may have discovered how they can reprogram X-ray scanners to more effectively spot bomb-usable nuclear materials in airline bags.

Obama's EPA Notches Big Win in Court on Power-Plant Rule

Appeals Court maintains high-profile mercury rule, but the regulation still faces legal concerns.

The Grisly Reality Behind Soaring Lime Prices

Mexican cartels are making the citrus more expensive in the United States.

Salt Lake City

Salt Lake City's Secret to Escaping the Recession

With the LDS Church's financing of a huge downtown development, "in Salt Lake, the cranes kept moving," says Mayor Ralph Becker.

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Ukraine Fighting Could Lead to Reactor Meltdown: U.S. Analyst

A former Bush administration policy analyst is warning a military conflict in Ukraine could affect the electric grid and endanger the nation's nuclear reactors.

U.S. Sticks to Plan for Interoperable Nuclear Warheads, Despite Criticism

The fiscal 2015 budget proposal delays -- but does not abandon -- plans for the new Navy and Air Force warheads.

College Board/National Journal Poll

When It Comes to Expanding Pre-K, Americans Are Divided by Party and Race

Poll finds broader support for reducing class sizes and raising teacher salaries.

Democrats Meddling in North Carolina Republican Primary

New ad mimics tactics that Democrats used to boost Todd Akin in 2012 Senate primary.

Salt Lake City

Was Utah's Much-Heralded Immigration Law All It Promised?

Three years after the law's passage, undocumented immigrants still fear deportation.

Video Policy Explainers

How Copyright Could Sink Your Pandora Station

The rise of digital radio services has the music industry struggling.

Michael Bloomberg: 'I Have Earned My Place in Heaven'

The former New York City mayor is confident that his latest $50 million gun-control initiative has secured him a happy afterlife.

FCC Plans to Handicap Verizon and AT&T

The agency is expected to impose limits on an upcoming airwave auction to help smaller carriers.

Nuclear Bomb Variant Completes Wind-Tunnel Test

A project to revamp the U.S. B-61 nuclear bomb achieved a key milestone when one of its new variants passed a first full-scale, wind-tunnel test.

How the Makers of TurboTax Are Trying to Keep Doing Your Taxes Annoying

The company has long lobbied against a simplified, free tax-filing process that could take as little as 15 minutes.

New Algorithm May Help Airport Scans Detect Nuclear Smuggling

Scientists may have discovered how they can reprogram X-ray scanners to more effectively spot bomb-usable nuclear materials in airline bags.

Obama's EPA Notches Big Win in Court on Power-Plant Rule

Appeals Court maintains high-profile mercury rule, but the regulation still faces legal concerns.

The Grisly Reality Behind Soaring Lime Prices

Mexican cartels are making the citrus more expensive in the United States.

Salt Lake City

Salt Lake City's Secret to Escaping the Recession

With the LDS Church's financing of a huge downtown development, "in Salt Lake, the cranes kept moving," says Mayor Ralph Becker.

Audit Finds Obstacles to Operating U.S. Antimissile Assets in Europe

A new audit has found that the U.S. military is likely to encounter hurdles in the operations of deployed antimissile assets in Europe.

College Board/National Journal Poll

Black and Hispanic Adults Are More Optimistic About Quality of Local Schools

Poll finds minorities—particularly those without college degrees—are most likely to believe local schools prepare kids for college.

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