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Trafficking Backup Finally Clears

A bipartisan Senate deal should let long-delayed measure — and a confirmation vote for Loretta Lynch — move forward.

States Enrolling Newly-Eligible Inmates in Medicaid

New state laws are attempting to immediately enroll the incarcerated—the majority of whom have health conditions—in Medicaid upon reentry.

Soaring Drug Prices May Be the Next Big Thing for 2016 Contenders

New polling finds the public is concerned about the rising cost of prescription drugs.

Poll: Just as Many Americans Like Obamacare as Dislike It

Public opinion on Obamacare has split just about evenly between those who find it favorable and unfavorable, a Kaiser poll shows.

Congress Might Get Back Into the Energy Business

Murkowski tells the oil industry about plans to move energy legislation, pointing to recent bipartisan successes

Proposed Update to Copyright Rules Eases Barriers to Security Research

A bill to amend the Digital Millenium Copyright Act would make it easier for researchers to expose security vulnerabilities without running afoul of the law.

Democrats Hope to Make This the Cliven Bundy Congressional Race

Rep. Cresent Hardy's opponents hope to tie him to the controversial rancher, highlighting his district's divide between urban and rural constituencies.

Glimmers of Hope on the Hill

After years of dysfunction, there are signs that Congress is starting to work again.

Forget Bullet Trains, Amtrak Needs a New Bridge

With the Northeast Corridor in disrepair, the focus is on the present rather than the future.

Bush, Christie Among Clinton's First GOP Targets

The Democrat takes a shot at her potential rivals' plans to alter Social Security.

Four Vintage, (Unintentionally) Hysterical Anti-Marijuana Films

Movies about the dangers of marijuana have often depicted the drug in cartoonish terms. 

Other Countries Seek Reassurance Obama Can Deliver on His Climate Pledge

America's top climate negotiator says he's been asked if EPA's greenhouse-gas regulations will survive challenge.

What Happens When the Training Wheels Come Off Hillary Clinton's Campaign?

She doesn't need to be perfect now. But eventually, she will be held accountable.

Americans Don’t Talk About Global Warming Very Often

Poll: Many Americans say climate change doesn't come up in conversation.

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