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The GOP's Gay-Rights Reboot

Growing public acceptance of same-sex marriage has spurred an effort to change the Republican Party's platform.

Farmers Used Facebook to Harvest Votes for Cochran

Farmers for Thad have proven that social media can work with an older, rural, Republican audience.

Racetrack Owners Seek to Put the Brakes on the Term: 'NASCAR Tax Break'

Backers of renewing racetrack tax provision seek to shed special carve-out image

Legislation and Litigation Both on the Agenda in Congress

House Republicans plan to start plotting lawsuit against President Obama on Wednesday.

Think the Economy Can Save Democrats? It Won't

The economy might play a role in presidential politics, but its impact is near nil in the midterms.  

LeBron's Decision Has Become a Campaign Issue in Florida's Governor Race

Rick Scott's campaign is trying to use LeBron James's impending departure from Miami to their advantage.

U.S. Downplays Extremist Seizure of Low-Grade Uranium in Iraq

The U.S. State Department on Thursday moved to reduce concern about the recent seizure of low-grade nuclear material in Iraq by Islamic extremists.

The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Rages On

Scenes from both sides of the border.

FCC Votes to Pump Billions Into School Wi-Fi

Internet for schools becomes one of the most dramatic FCC votes.

Amazon Wants Early Permission to Launch its Delivery Drones

Just don't expect one at your front porch anytime soon.

Russia: We Have No Problem Letting Snowden Stay Here

The fugitive is likely going to have his request for another year of asylum approved, according to a Russian migration official.

Mideast Talks Held on WMD-Free Zone Prior to Ramadan Break

Multinational consultations in June focused on an agenda for a possible Helsinki conference on banning the most dangerous weapons from the Middle East.

For Germany and Argentina, a World Cup Loss Could Mean a Stock-Market Dive

Losing a major soccer game hurts the self-esteem of a nation so much that it affects investor moods.

Watchdogs Press U.S. on Risks of Uranium-Processing Revamp

Activists are urging Washington to study possible risks from a plan for dispersing bomb-uranium activities that previously were to be housed in a single facility.

What Happened to America's Most Important Arctic Ships?

The nation's fleet of ice-cutting ships is getting older, and congressional action to modernize it isn't moving at breakneck speed.

Obama's Plan to Deal With Unaccompanied Minors Is Aggravating Immigration Advocates

A proposal to change the law to allow for "voluntary removal" of undocumented children is not going over well with everyone.

How the U.S. Is Trying to Convince Central American Parents to Keep Their Kids Home

Perched on a rock, a boy wistfully stares at the bleak, sprawling wasteland before him.

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The GOP's Gay-Rights Reboot

Growing public acceptance of same-sex marriage has spurred an effort to change the Republican Party's platform.

Farmers Used Facebook to Harvest Votes for Cochran

Farmers for Thad have proven that social media can work with an older, rural, Republican audience.

Racetrack Owners Seek to Put the Brakes on the Term: 'NASCAR Tax Break'

Backers of renewing racetrack tax provision seek to shed special carve-out image

Legislation and Litigation Both on the Agenda in Congress

House Republicans plan to start plotting lawsuit against President Obama on Wednesday.

Think the Economy Can Save Democrats? It Won't

The economy might play a role in presidential politics, but its impact is near nil in the midterms.  

LeBron's Decision Has Become a Campaign Issue in Florida's Governor Race

Rick Scott's campaign is trying to use LeBron James's impending departure from Miami to their advantage.

U.S. Downplays Extremist Seizure of Low-Grade Uranium in Iraq

The U.S. State Department on Thursday moved to reduce concern about the recent seizure of low-grade nuclear material in Iraq by Islamic extremists.

The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Rages On

Scenes from both sides of the border.

FCC Votes to Pump Billions Into School Wi-Fi

Internet for schools becomes one of the most dramatic FCC votes.

Amazon Wants Early Permission to Launch its Delivery Drones

Just don't expect one at your front porch anytime soon.

Russia: We Have No Problem Letting Snowden Stay Here

The fugitive is likely going to have his request for another year of asylum approved, according to a Russian migration official.

Mideast Talks Held on WMD-Free Zone Prior to Ramadan Break

Multinational consultations in June focused on an agenda for a possible Helsinki conference on banning the most dangerous weapons from the Middle East.

For Germany and Argentina, a World Cup Loss Could Mean a Stock-Market Dive

Losing a major soccer game hurts the self-esteem of a nation so much that it affects investor moods.

Watchdogs Press U.S. on Risks of Uranium-Processing Revamp

Activists are urging Washington to study possible risks from a plan for dispersing bomb-uranium activities that previously were to be housed in a single facility.

What Happened to America's Most Important Arctic Ships?

The nation's fleet of ice-cutting ships is getting older, and congressional action to modernize it isn't moving at breakneck speed.

Obama's Plan to Deal With Unaccompanied Minors Is Aggravating Immigration Advocates

A proposal to change the law to allow for "voluntary removal" of undocumented children is not going over well with everyone.

How the U.S. Is Trying to Convince Central American Parents to Keep Their Kids Home

Perched on a rock, a boy wistfully stares at the bleak, sprawling wasteland before him.

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