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Schumer Says Democrats Should 'Embrace Government,' Focus on Middle Class

The speech illustrates the priorities of the man widely expected to succeed Harry Reid as Democratic leader.

It’s Not Just the University of Virginia

These college rape horror stories could happen anywhere.

In Immigration Action, the LGBT Community Once Again Feels Left Behind

After fighting for inclusion, thousands of LGBT immigrants likely won't benefit from Obama's immigration plan.

What Ferguson Demonstrations Looked Like Across the Country

From D.C. to New York City and Seattle to Oakland, protesters were vocal but largely peaceful.

When Will Hillary Clinton Stake Out Her Policy Positions?

Whenever she wants to—for better or for worse.

Obama Should Go to Ferguson and This Is What He Should Say

What he couldn't do for red and blue America, Obama can still accomplish for the whites, the blacks, and the browns.

Patriot Act Deadline Threatens to Splinter NSA Reformers

Stinging from defeat, some privacy advocates want to let parts of the Patriot Act sunset next year. But not everyone is ready to take the plunge.

Obama's Split-Screen Appeal Lost in Ferguson's Anger

The president stayed too far above the fray as violence escalates in Ferguson.  

What Members of Congress Think of the Ferguson Decision

"Worried for my sons," Keith Ellison tweeted.

Obama Speaks on the Ferguson Decision

The president made a statement just after it was announced that a grand jury decided not to indict officer Darren Wilson, as smoke bombs and broken glass spread through Ferguson.

Battling Into Overtime

Why the 2016 presidential race may mark the decisive final round of the confrontation between President Obama and congressional Republicans.

Nestle Is Using Chocolate to Power a Factory

The confectionery giant creates electricity with chocolate, sugar, and starch.

Why the Millennials Who Left Michigan During a Brain Drain Are Moving Back

They left Michigan with the brain drain. But now, these three Michiganders are bucking the trend and returning to their home state.

We Don't Actually Know How Many Ebola Cases There Are

There's a risk to putting too much stock in the estimates coming out of Ebola-affected countries.

John McCain Tops Conservatives' 2016 Primary Hit List

"If he winds up running and winning reelection, then primary challenges are dead," said one conservative strategist.

Timeline of Chris Christie's Nonresponse Responses on Immigration

Over the years, his approach to discussing the issue has shifted from candid to absurd.

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Schumer Says Democrats Should 'Embrace Government,' Focus on Middle Class

The speech illustrates the priorities of the man widely expected to succeed Harry Reid as Democratic leader.

It’s Not Just the University of Virginia

These college rape horror stories could happen anywhere.

In Immigration Action, the LGBT Community Once Again Feels Left Behind

After fighting for inclusion, thousands of LGBT immigrants likely won't benefit from Obama's immigration plan.

What Ferguson Demonstrations Looked Like Across the Country

From D.C. to New York City and Seattle to Oakland, protesters were vocal but largely peaceful.

When Will Hillary Clinton Stake Out Her Policy Positions?

Whenever she wants to—for better or for worse.

Obama Should Go to Ferguson and This Is What He Should Say

What he couldn't do for red and blue America, Obama can still accomplish for the whites, the blacks, and the browns.

Patriot Act Deadline Threatens to Splinter NSA Reformers

Stinging from defeat, some privacy advocates want to let parts of the Patriot Act sunset next year. But not everyone is ready to take the plunge.

Obama's Split-Screen Appeal Lost in Ferguson's Anger

The president stayed too far above the fray as violence escalates in Ferguson.  

What Members of Congress Think of the Ferguson Decision

"Worried for my sons," Keith Ellison tweeted.

Obama Speaks on the Ferguson Decision

The president made a statement just after it was announced that a grand jury decided not to indict officer Darren Wilson, as smoke bombs and broken glass spread through Ferguson.

Battling Into Overtime

Why the 2016 presidential race may mark the decisive final round of the confrontation between President Obama and congressional Republicans.

Nestle Is Using Chocolate to Power a Factory

The confectionery giant creates electricity with chocolate, sugar, and starch.

Why the Millennials Who Left Michigan During a Brain Drain Are Moving Back

They left Michigan with the brain drain. But now, these three Michiganders are bucking the trend and returning to their home state.

We Don't Actually Know How Many Ebola Cases There Are

There's a risk to putting too much stock in the estimates coming out of Ebola-affected countries.

John McCain Tops Conservatives' 2016 Primary Hit List

"If he winds up running and winning reelection, then primary challenges are dead," said one conservative strategist.

Timeline of Chris Christie's Nonresponse Responses on Immigration

Over the years, his approach to discussing the issue has shifted from candid to absurd.

Show More
 
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