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Major Movie Theaters Cancel Release of 'The Interview' Amid Sony Hack Fears

Regal, AMC, Cinemark, Carmike, and Cineplex will all drop the film amid recent threats of terrorism from the "Guardians of the Peace" hackers.

GOP Lawmaker Revives 'Legitimate Rape' Language in Abortion Debate

If Democrats have been looking for the next Todd Akin, one Missouri lawmaker just made their search very simple.

How Normalizing Relations With Cuba Could Reshape Florida Politics

A generational shift among Cuban-Americans in Florida is set to divide the community politically.

Russell Pearce's Immigration Law Led to Boycotts of Arizona and Ended His Career. He's Not Sorry.

"I'm worried about the future of America," says Pearce. "We must stay vigilant."

Alan Gross Is So, So Glad to Be Home

The former USAID contractor, who was held in Cuba for five years, returned home today to corned beef sandwiches and potato latkes.

Google: 2015 Will Be the 'Moment' to Reform NSA Spying

Despite a crushing defeat this year, the search giant is already preparing for 2015 to push surveillance reform in Congress.

Marco Rubio Stakes Claim on Cuba Ahead of 2016

The Florida Republican asserted his hawkish foreign policy on Cuba after Obama announced major changes.

Obama Goes Cowboy on Cuba

Opening up relations with the Communist government is the latest signal that this president will push his authority to its fullest, believing history will vindicate him.

New York State Moves to Ban Fracking

Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Wednesday that the state's moratorium on the drilling practice will remain in place.

Obama Speaks on Historic Policy Change in U.S.-Cuba Relationship

The president delivered remarks on Wednesday following news the U.S. would restore diplomatic relations with Cuba.

Fidel Castro Lays a Wreath at the Lincoln Memorial

Shortly after taking power in 1959, the Cuban leader visited the United States. 

Cuba Releases American Prisoner, Beginning Major Thaw in U.S. Relations

Alan Gross is on his way back to the U.S., and a big announcement is soon to come from the president.

Protecting Bristol Bay Was an Easy Call for Obama. The Hard Ones Come Next.

Late Tuesday afternoon, President Obama announced he would indefinitely extend  his ban on oil drilling in Bristol Bay off Alaska's southern coast. The bay is a big comme...

How 2014 Was the Beginning of the End for the Gay-Marriage Fight

With a slew of legal rulings striking down bans and popular support on an upward path, the past year set the stage for same-sex marriage legalization nationwide.

Universities: Confusing Drone Rules Stifle Our Research

Lobbyists representing hundreds of colleges took the FAA to task this month over regulations that make it difficult to fly drones for research purposes.

This Bakery Trains Wounded Veterans in the Art of Pastries and Business

Dog Tag Bakery, a new Georgetown bakery, is home to a work-study program that's the first of its kind.

Marco Rubio Won't Back Down to Jeb Bush

The Republican senator thinks he's got a different policy platform and distinct donor network.  

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