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Democrats: Climate Change Is as Frightening as ISIS

A new poll shows how Democrats and Republicans view security threats to the U.S.

Obama Lays Blame on Russia for Violence in Ukraine

The president said Thursday that there is no doubt that Russia is responsible for the separatist movement in Ukraine.

19 Days After Michael Brown's Shooting, Hillary Clinton Weighs In on Ferguson

"Behind the dramatic, terrible pictures on television are deep challenges that will be with them and with us long after the cameras move on."

A New Way to Save Gas: Talking Cars

Connecting cars and trucks can cut fuel use and improve air quality, a new report finds.

U.S. Tells Russia to 'Stop Lying' About Its Involvement in Ukraine

The United Nations Security Council held an emergency meeting Thursday to discuss the conflict.

Lawmakers Blast International Basketball's Ban on Turbans

An existing rule forces Sikhs to take off turbans or not play.

Sen. Feinstein Pushes to Delay Release of CIA Torture Report

The California Democrat is sending a clear message: The classified torture report will come out only on her timeline.

More Than 40 Percent of All Ebola Cases in West Africa Were Reported Within the Last 21 Days

"I wish I didn't have to say this, but it is going to get worse before it gets better."

Who Will Take Care of Our Parents?

The looming caregiver shortage will impact women, particularly poor ones.

An Ebola Vaccine May Be on the Way

Clinical trials begin next week.

What Kind of Republican Is Carl DeMaio?

Carl DeMaio is campaigning for a House seat in California as a "next-generation Republican," but Democrats say he's still too conservative on many issues.

The Head-On Politics of Going Around Congress on Climate Change

The White House faces a collision with Republicans over a global pact that likely won't need Senate sign-off

The Reinvention of the American High School

The key is collaboration between school systems, community colleges, and employers.

Washington Is America's Worst Economic Mirror. Its Best? Detroit.

When it comes to who falls where on the income ladder, the Motor City hews best to the national average.

The Most Effective Political Ad of 2012 Is Back

The firm that made the most devastating anti-Romney TV ad now has a similar one targeting the GOP Senate nominee in Georgia. Research shows it's working.

Hollywood, the Circus, and Congress Are Fighting Over 'Tiger Selfies'

Animal trainers and movie producers have pushed back against a proposed ban that would make it harder for people to snap photos with exotic cats.

Boehner Set to Raise Cash for Rep. Mike Coffman

The Colorado race is seen by some as a bellwether for how the GOP should position itself on immigration.

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Democrats: Climate Change Is as Frightening as ISIS

A new poll shows how Democrats and Republicans view security threats to the U.S.

Obama Lays Blame on Russia for Violence in Ukraine

The president said Thursday that there is no doubt that Russia is responsible for the separatist movement in Ukraine.

19 Days After Michael Brown's Shooting, Hillary Clinton Weighs In on Ferguson

"Behind the dramatic, terrible pictures on television are deep challenges that will be with them and with us long after the cameras move on."

A New Way to Save Gas: Talking Cars

Connecting cars and trucks can cut fuel use and improve air quality, a new report finds.

U.S. Tells Russia to 'Stop Lying' About Its Involvement in Ukraine

The United Nations Security Council held an emergency meeting Thursday to discuss the conflict.

Lawmakers Blast International Basketball's Ban on Turbans

An existing rule forces Sikhs to take off turbans or not play.

Sen. Feinstein Pushes to Delay Release of CIA Torture Report

The California Democrat is sending a clear message: The classified torture report will come out only on her timeline.

More Than 40 Percent of All Ebola Cases in West Africa Were Reported Within the Last 21 Days

"I wish I didn't have to say this, but it is going to get worse before it gets better."

Who Will Take Care of Our Parents?

The looming caregiver shortage will impact women, particularly poor ones.

An Ebola Vaccine May Be on the Way

Clinical trials begin next week.

What Kind of Republican Is Carl DeMaio?

Carl DeMaio is campaigning for a House seat in California as a "next-generation Republican," but Democrats say he's still too conservative on many issues.

The Head-On Politics of Going Around Congress on Climate Change

The White House faces a collision with Republicans over a global pact that likely won't need Senate sign-off

The Reinvention of the American High School

The key is collaboration between school systems, community colleges, and employers.

Washington Is America's Worst Economic Mirror. Its Best? Detroit.

When it comes to who falls where on the income ladder, the Motor City hews best to the national average.

The Most Effective Political Ad of 2012 Is Back

The firm that made the most devastating anti-Romney TV ad now has a similar one targeting the GOP Senate nominee in Georgia. Research shows it's working.

Hollywood, the Circus, and Congress Are Fighting Over 'Tiger Selfies'

Animal trainers and movie producers have pushed back against a proposed ban that would make it harder for people to snap photos with exotic cats.

Boehner Set to Raise Cash for Rep. Mike Coffman

The Colorado race is seen by some as a bellwether for how the GOP should position itself on immigration.

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