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Quiz: Which Are Real Founding Fathers Quotes, and Which Are Often Cited But Made Up?

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Why 3 Countries Still Don't Have Diplomatic Ties to the U.S.

Two of them are easy enough to guess: Iran and North Korea.  But why Bhutan?

BP Will Pay $18.7 Billion In Damages For Gulf Oil Spill

The tentative agreement stands as the largest environmental settlement in history.

Washington Mayor: 'No Evidence' of Gunshots or Shooter at Navy Yard

U.S. Navy and Washington city officials have confirmed that no shooting occurred Thursday morning, after a lockdown that began just before 8 a.m.

D.C.'s 4th of July Fireworks in Photos

The nation's capital celebrates Independence Day with a bang.

Mike Flynn Tries to Jump From Pundit to Politician in Illinois

The Breitbart editor is running an underdog campaign for Aaron Schock's former seat in the House of Representatives.

Leader of Free World Weighs in on This Whole 'Peas in Guac' Debate

The president on Wednesday offered his own take on an apparently blasphemous dip recipe.

More Than 60 Percent Support Supreme Court’s Obamacare Ruling

Independents largely agree with the decision as well.

Obama Is Trying to Finish the Obamacare Sales Job

Now that the Supreme Court has ruled, time for another White House PR effort.

Why Is Donald Trump Polling So Well?

Name ID and support from the GOP base may be boosting Trump for now, but it will fade. 

Why the OPM Data Breach Lawsuit Faces an Uphill Battle

Privacy law experts say demonstrating damage to workers could be difficult.

Donald Trump’s Hotels Have Reportedly Been Hacked

The presidential candidate's week just got a little worse.

Can States Ignore the Supreme Court on Gay Marriage?

Mike Huckabee and Ted Cruz are suggesting that there might be ways for states and cities to nullify the justices' ruling. They're wrong.

Everybody's Taking Selfies at the White House

There was clearly a demand for White House photos.

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