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Lynch: Patriot Act Expiration Will Create 'Serious Lapse' In Ability to Protect Americans

"Without action from the Senate, we will experience a serious lapse in our ability to protect the American people," the attorney general said.

Rick Santorum Is Running for President

In Republican presidential primaries, the candidate who finished second last time usually begins as a front-runner when they run again. That's not the case with Rick Santorum.

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The Reinvention of Summer School

As studies show low-income students are most likely to lose skills over long breaks, new programs seek to close the achievement gap by combining academics with summer fun.

Fiorina Urges Clinton Press to Ask Questions of a Candidate Who Will Actually Answer

The Republican needs all the headlines she can get, so she’s going after Hillary Clinton for refusing to engage the media.

The Obama EPA Has No Intention of Slowing Down

Republicans have launched several attempts to stop the new rules to regulate water pollution in streams, lakes, and rivers.

Loretta Lynch's Justice Department Just Launched a Full-Blown Offensive Against FIFA

The department unsealed a 47-count indictment Wednesday against 14 international soccer officials.

Virtually Every Demographic Group Now Supports Gay Marriage

While Ireland votes to legalize gay marriage, Gallup polling shows dramatic shifts toward support in U.S. over past two decades.

40 Early American War and Health Posters

Quirky—and sometimes harrowing—poster art from the mid 1930s to the early 1940s.

Drip, Drip, Drip, Deluge for Hillary Clinton

Another bad day of headlines for the leading Democratic presidential candidate.

How It Could All Go Wrong for David Vitter

Louisiana is not like other states, and the potential entry of two candidates into the race could introduce new risk to a governor's run that currently has the hallmarks of a c...

Obama Administration Proposes June Release for New Clinton Emails

The State Department on Tuesday proposed to begin periodically releasing Hillary Clinton's emails on June 30, starting the drip of the 55,000 pages of messages recovered from t...

Is Elizabeth Warren an Effective Senator?

She doesn't have her name on many laws, but she has been able to influence the debate and push her colleagues in other ways.

House Democrats Are Losing Prized Incumbents to Senate Races

Democrats hold only five seats Mitt Romney won in 2012, and now two of those incumbents are aiming for the Senate.

Hillary Clinton's Quiet Self-Sabotage

The Democrat's flight from the media is reinforcing her weaknesses—and putting distance between her and the voters she needs most.

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