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Kerry Condemns 'Grotesque' Fliers Requiring Eastern Ukrainian Jews to Register

Despite questions, State Department says there is "no reason to believe" the fliers aren't authentic.

Will Salt Lake City's Growing Smog Threaten Its Economic Growth?

With smog keeping children indoors during winter months, the area's reputation for healthy outdoor living could be on the line.

Study: Cuts to Medicare Advantage Top $1,500 Per Senior

Analysis says Obamacare cuts will affect all beneficiaries.

Global Coffee Shortage Averted for Now, but Bean Price Could Still Rise

Brazilian drought has cut into supplies of this very important beverage.

Is Sheldon Adelson Turning Even Rand Paul Anti-Isolationist?

The staunchly pro-Israel megadonor's 2016 involvement puts Paul in a precarious position.

A New Front in the War Against Smoking

Susan M. Liss of the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids says marketing of e-cigarettes could undermine 50 years of progress.

Budget Vote Proves House GOP Can't Do Anything Big in 2014

Overcoming the Goldilocks complex could be tough in an election year.

Millennials Combine Entrepreneurship and Service

While many older millennials are now striving to find their way economically, they are also part of a generation concerned with doing good.

Alito No Longer Recused From Aereo Case

The conservative Supreme Court justice will join the rest of the bench next week in reviewing the right to stream broadcast TV online.

More Than 15,000 Federal Employees Make at Least $200K

The vast majority of the top 1 percent of feds are doctors at the Veterans Affairs Department.

States Peering Over the Fence on Fracking Rules

Pennsylvania eyes its neighbors, and vice versa, for guidance.

Obamacare Is Reducing the Nation's Uninsured ... and Here's Who's Getting Covered

Party politics played into who signed up for Obamacare and who didn't.

Bill Gates Has a Plan to Cash In on Google Glass

The Microsoft cofounder has filed a patent for technology that would sound an alarm if sneaky cameras are spotted nearby.

The Obama Administration Is Taking Another Try at the Program That Funded Solyndra

The program was a Republican punching bag, but the numbers suggest it had a high rate of success.

The White House Doesn't Know What Vladimir Putin Is Up To

And that means the administration is being pretty careful about making any policy promises in public.

Amid Drought, California Warms to Toilet Water

The state is putting $1 billion behind water-recyling efforts. But will people drink it? Do they even have a choice?

Pentagon Plans to Ax Missile-Interceptor Redesign Under Sequestration

The Pentagon would ax a redesign of the front-end kill vehicle atop its strategic missile interceptor if future sequestration cuts remain law.

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Kerry Condemns 'Grotesque' Fliers Requiring Eastern Ukrainian Jews to Register

Despite questions, State Department says there is "no reason to believe" the fliers aren't authentic.

Will Salt Lake City's Growing Smog Threaten Its Economic Growth?

With smog keeping children indoors during winter months, the area's reputation for healthy outdoor living could be on the line.

Study: Cuts to Medicare Advantage Top $1,500 Per Senior

Analysis says Obamacare cuts will affect all beneficiaries.

Global Coffee Shortage Averted for Now, but Bean Price Could Still Rise

Brazilian drought has cut into supplies of this very important beverage.

Is Sheldon Adelson Turning Even Rand Paul Anti-Isolationist?

The staunchly pro-Israel megadonor's 2016 involvement puts Paul in a precarious position.

Budget Vote Proves House GOP Can't Do Anything Big in 2014

Overcoming the Goldilocks complex could be tough in an election year.

Millennials Combine Entrepreneurship and Service

While many older millennials are now striving to find their way economically, they are also part of a generation concerned with doing good.

Alito No Longer Recused From Aereo Case

The conservative Supreme Court justice will join the rest of the bench next week in reviewing the right to stream broadcast TV online.

More Than 15,000 Federal Employees Make at Least $200K

The vast majority of the top 1 percent of feds are doctors at the Veterans Affairs Department.

States Peering Over the Fence on Fracking Rules

Pennsylvania eyes its neighbors, and vice versa, for guidance.

Obamacare Is Reducing the Nation's Uninsured ... and Here's Who's Getting Covered

Party politics played into who signed up for Obamacare and who didn't.

Bill Gates Has a Plan to Cash In on Google Glass

The Microsoft cofounder has filed a patent for technology that would sound an alarm if sneaky cameras are spotted nearby.

The Obama Administration Is Taking Another Try at the Program That Funded Solyndra

The program was a Republican punching bag, but the numbers suggest it had a high rate of success.

The White House Doesn't Know What Vladimir Putin Is Up To

And that means the administration is being pretty careful about making any policy promises in public.

Amid Drought, California Warms to Toilet Water

The state is putting $1 billion behind water-recyling efforts. But will people drink it? Do they even have a choice?

Pentagon Plans to Ax Missile-Interceptor Redesign Under Sequestration

The Pentagon would ax a redesign of the front-end kill vehicle atop its strategic missile interceptor if future sequestration cuts remain law.

Ready for Hillary Readies Its Ground Forces

The pro-Clinton super PAC is hiring four regional organizing directors to coordinate efforts on the ground across the country.

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