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Don't Worry, Marshawn Lynch. You Can Deduct Those NFL Fines From Your Taxes.

Look at fines for professional athletes and coaches like business expenses. You may write off a business trip. They write off league fines.

There's an Ebola Vaccine in Africa. Now What?

Unprecedented: In four months, the Ebola vaccine has gone from concept to field trial. Success is not assured.

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Undocumented and Unaware: 'I Don't Know What I Am Anymore'

Lendy Velasquez has a thick drawl and a driver's permit--but unlike her classmates, the teenager needs DACA to stay in the country. 

A Comprehensive Guide to the Ridiculously Named PACs of 2016

In all their nonsensical, patriotic glory.

History, Wine, and the President Await Democrats in Philadelphia

Party retreat will focus on strategies for appealing to middle-class voters.

Get Ready for Calculus in Third Grade, Kids

To increase access to advanced math courses in high school, a suburban Maryland district is focusing on elementary school. 

Loretta Lynch to Senate: I Won't Always Agree With Obama

The Obama administration's nominee for attorney general appeared before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday.

Senate to Vote On Campaign Finance, Alaska Wilderness Amendments Wednesday

Eighteen votes teed up as Keystone moves closer to finish line

Farm Lobby Eyes Cuba

Dairy exporters and other agriculture groups are eager to sell to the island nation.

The 'War on Women' Isn't Over Yet

Critics say Democrats' focus on "women's issues" failed in 2014, but the party has no plans to abandon the line of attack.

The 2016 Play: Attack Your Rivals at Home

As aspiring Republican presidential candidates compete for donor support, the old rules no longer apply.

Obama Is Setting Up Hillary Clinton to Fail

The president's approval rating is inching up, but there's little public enthusiasm for his liberal agenda. Why that puts Hillary Clinton in an uncomfortable position for 2016.

2016ers Could Learn a Thing or Two From 2 Chainz

The rapper is considering running for "this little mayor thing" in his Georgia hometown.

Cruz Won’t Seek Vote to End Crude Export Ban

Sen. Ted Cruz, a Texas Republican who is eyeing a run for president, will not seek a vote on an amendment to lift the ban on crude-oil exports during Senate debate on the Keyst...

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