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It's Time for Congress to Treat Football Like the Business It Really Is

Lawmakers need to reconsider both the NFL's antitrust exemption and the farcical nonprofit status of the league.

Inside Ad-Makers' Outrageous Arkansas Senate Strategy

From cows and Bibles to Ebola, Mark Pryor and Tom Cotton are peppering Arkansas voters with some of the most remarkable political ads of the year.

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How a Supercomputer in Houston is Helping to Secure America's Energy Future

The world's largest commercial research supercomputer now sits in a three-story, space-age building in Houston. The global energy company BP paid a hefty price for this technol...

The GOP's 2016 Foreign Policy Problem

Republicans have an edge on international affairs, but their crop of presidential contenders are untested, especially compared with Hillary Clinton.

As Democratic Bench Waits, Pelosi Retains a Firm Grip on Job

Younger House Democrats jockey for position, though there's no sign of movement at the top.

This Is How Seriously the United Nations Is Taking the Ebola Outbreak

The U.N. Security Council has stepped in to help, marking only the second time it has ever addressed a health crisis.

Why Won't Democrats Talk About Obama's Fundraising?

The president and his party are less than transparent about campaign cash.

Obama’s Global-Warming Warning: 'Nobody Gets a Pass'

President Obama used his speech at the United Nations' climate summit Tuesday to push for a strong global climate deal in 2015 that requires action from nations including China...

Why Is Rand Paul Opening an Office in Silicon Valley?

The Kentucky senator is just part of a 21st century gold rush.

The Voice of al-Qaida Was Just Sentenced to Life in Prison

Sulaiman Abu Ghayth worked closely alongside Osama bin Laden leading up to and after the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks.

Al-Qaida-Affiliated Group Was in 'Final Stages' of Planning Attacks Against the West

U.S. forces launched air strikes against the little-known Khorasan Group Monday night.

Here’s What Major Nations Pledged at the Climate Summit

World leaders announced Tuesday a series of commitments to tackle climate change.

Federal Regulators Force Shutdown of Fake Bitcoin-Mining Operation

At the FTC's request, a federal court shut down Kansas-based Butterfly Labs, which had charged consumers thousands of dollars for out-of-date bitcoin computers.

Watch From Inside a Warship as the U.S. Navy Launches Tomahawk Missiles at ISIS

The United States has begun military action against the Islamic State in Syria. 

Rooting for Obama's Success

Criticism is fine and fully American, but so is uniting behind the president, the troops—and a risky plan.

Watch Arctic Sea Ice Retreat to One of its Lowest Levels in Years

The Arctic ice sheet has shrunk to its sixth-smallest size since 1978. 

Obama Is Pushing Climate-Change Resilience, but He's Not Promising New Carbon Cuts

In a speech Tuesday, the president will announce that the U.S. will make international aid resilient to global warming.

Can Jeb Hensarling Learn to Compromise?

Critics call him stubborn and ineffective. He says he's playing the "long game."

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It's Time for Congress to Treat Football Like the Business It Really Is

Lawmakers need to reconsider both the NFL's antitrust exemption and the farcical nonprofit status of the league.

Inside Ad-Makers' Outrageous Arkansas Senate Strategy

From cows and Bibles to Ebola, Mark Pryor and Tom Cotton are peppering Arkansas voters with some of the most remarkable political ads of the year.

Sponsor Content

How a Supercomputer in Houston is Helping to Secure America's Energy Future

The world's largest commercial research supercomputer now sits in a three-story, space-age building in Houston. The global energy company BP paid a hefty price for this technol...

The GOP's 2016 Foreign Policy Problem

Republicans have an edge on international affairs, but their crop of presidential contenders are untested, especially compared with Hillary Clinton.

As Democratic Bench Waits, Pelosi Retains a Firm Grip on Job

Younger House Democrats jockey for position, though there's no sign of movement at the top.

This Is How Seriously the United Nations Is Taking the Ebola Outbreak

The U.N. Security Council has stepped in to help, marking only the second time it has ever addressed a health crisis.

Why Won't Democrats Talk About Obama's Fundraising?

The president and his party are less than transparent about campaign cash.

Obama’s Global-Warming Warning: 'Nobody Gets a Pass'

President Obama used his speech at the United Nations' climate summit Tuesday to push for a strong global climate deal in 2015 that requires action from nations including China...

Why Is Rand Paul Opening an Office in Silicon Valley?

The Kentucky senator is just part of a 21st century gold rush.

The Voice of al-Qaida Was Just Sentenced to Life in Prison

Sulaiman Abu Ghayth worked closely alongside Osama bin Laden leading up to and after the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks.

Al-Qaida-Affiliated Group Was in 'Final Stages' of Planning Attacks Against the West

U.S. forces launched air strikes against the little-known Khorasan Group Monday night.

Here’s What Major Nations Pledged at the Climate Summit

World leaders announced Tuesday a series of commitments to tackle climate change.

Federal Regulators Force Shutdown of Fake Bitcoin-Mining Operation

At the FTC's request, a federal court shut down Kansas-based Butterfly Labs, which had charged consumers thousands of dollars for out-of-date bitcoin computers.

Watch From Inside a Warship as the U.S. Navy Launches Tomahawk Missiles at ISIS

The United States has begun military action against the Islamic State in Syria. 

Rooting for Obama's Success

Criticism is fine and fully American, but so is uniting behind the president, the troops—and a risky plan.

Watch Arctic Sea Ice Retreat to One of its Lowest Levels in Years

The Arctic ice sheet has shrunk to its sixth-smallest size since 1978. 

Obama Is Pushing Climate-Change Resilience, but He's Not Promising New Carbon Cuts

In a speech Tuesday, the president will announce that the U.S. will make international aid resilient to global warming.

Can Jeb Hensarling Learn to Compromise?

Critics call him stubborn and ineffective. He says he's playing the "long game."

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