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FTC Orders Revenge-Porn Site Taken Down

The agency says the website violated fair business practice laws.

Casting Blame on Harry Reid, John Cornyn Charts Path Forward on Patent Reform

The Senate's No. 2 Republican sees patent reform as a likely possibility now that the GOP controls the upper chamber.

No Child Written Off: 'You Can Get Smarter'

In Evanston, a radical experiment is underway to prove that intelligence is not fixed and achievement gaps are not inevitable. 

John McCain to Protesters: 'Get Out of Here You Low Life Scum'

The protesters were chanting "arrest Henry Kissinger for war crimes" at a Thursday Senate hearing.

Feds Order Cell Companies to Pinpoint 911 Callers

Wireless carriers will have to provide accurate location data to 911 centers, including for indoor calls.

The Senate Has Confirmed Loretta Lynch Is Not Eric Holder. Will It Confirm Her?

Nine witnesses testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee on the attorney general nominee on Thursday.

The Single Biggest Reason Mitt Romney Won't Be President

For Hillary Clinton, too: The unique challenges and opportunities of authenticity in the 21st century.

Can The Health Care Industry Save Obamacare?

Hospitals and insurance companies are coming to the law's defense before the Supreme Court.  

Obama Will Warn GOP Against Homeland Security Shutdown

The president plans to preview his budget proposal at Democratic retreat, call for end to sequestration.

Loretta Lynch's Mission to Convince Congress She's Not Eric Holder Is Working. So Far.

After one day of hearings, the potential attorney general is winning over some Republicans.

George W. Bush's Favorite Green Car Is Making a Comeback

Automakers are pushing hydrogen fuel cell vehicles, but they want the government to chip in.

Meet the GOP's Doomsday Preppers

Republicans are optimistic that, unlike previous years, their current class of reelection-seeking senators is ready for a primary challenge.

Finally, an Energy Issue Everybody (Mostly) Likes

There might be at least one energy priority in Washington that both Republicans and Democrats back.

Why Obama's Tuition Proposal Got Torched

The White House shouldn't forget that the Democratic coalition includes some wealthy voters too.  

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