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Women Leaders Around the World

Meet the women whose ranks Hillary Clinton or Carly Fiorina could join in 2016.

The Next Frontier For NASA

For its next exploration, NASA's New Horizons plans to travel nearly a billion miles beyond Pluto.

Joe Biden and the Democratic Vacuum

Nervous Democrats are looking for alternatives as Hillary Clinton falters. But is the V.P. the right person for the job?

The Air Force Tees Up a Battle of the Fighter Jets

Can the sleek F-35 match the rugged dependability of the aging A-10? The Pentagon plans to find out.

The Most Prolific Political Photographer You’ve Never Heard Of

One college student provides the Internet with photos of everyone from President Obama to Paul Rudd—all for free.

The Obamacare ‘Fix’ Most Likely To Pass This Congress

There are rumblings that legislation changing the law's small-group market rules could move.

What Martin O'Malley and Carly Fiorina Can Agree On

The two presidential candidates are equally disgruntled with their parties over debate structure.

At DNC Meeting, Hillary Clinton's Quiet Moves Are the Ones that Matter

Behind the scenes, the candidate and her team are working to grab the party insiders—and solidify her grip on the nomination.

The States With The Most Gun Laws See The Fewest Gun-Related Deaths

But there's still little appetite to talk about more restrictions.

Why More Agencies Are Turning to Twitter to Recruit New Talent

Federal agencies are looking toward social media to expand their hiring pool. 

Ashton Carter Creates Pentagon’s First Silicon Valley Partnership

Defense Secretary Ashton Carter announces a five-year, $165 million effort to make and improve bendable circuitry.

The Democratic Party Chair Remains Undecided on Iran Nuclear Deal

Debbie Wasserman Schultz has voted in lockstep with the White House for years. But she's undecided on the nuclear deal.

New Orleans: 10 Years After Katrina

How the city has transformed after massive flooding and the destruction of entire neighborhoods. 

Why the Next Arctic-Drilling Fight Might Be Over Before it Begins

On paper, the Obama administration is slated to sell new drilling leases in Arctic waters next year, giving big energy companies new opportunities to seek oil and natural gas t...

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