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Look Who's Back: Where Mitt Romney Is Lending Campaign Help in 2014

The former presidential candidate is appearing in ads, writing endorsement letters, and giving money in a few select races.

Ben Carson Is Raking in More Money Than Hillary Clinton or Rand Paul for 2016

But the group that wants him to run for president has a spending problem.

Mark Zuckerberg-Backed Group Goes After Steve King for Being Steve King

New FWD.us ads highlight King's comments about a proposal to grant legal status to dreamers in the military.

1889: What the White House Easter Egg Roll Looked Like

"A picture of domestic happiness which has never been equaled in the history of the venerable white pile," reported The Washington Post of the event.  

The Export Economy of Salt Lake City (Yes, Land-Locked Salt Lake City)

Salt Lake businesses are booming as they find international markets for their goods.

How Everything We Know About Early Childhood Has Changed Since Head Start Was Founded

Fifty years of research—and Sesame Street— have changed our understanding of how to best help disadvantaged kids.

Good News for Obamacare Is Bad News for Conservative Pundits

The warnings that insurance premiums will skyrocket next year look increasingly hyperbolic.

Hagel: U.S. May 'Adjust' Missile Defenses in Europe, As Tensions Rise

Amid rising tensions with Russia, the U.S. defense chief said Washington and its allies may "adjust" the timing for fielding antimissile systems in Europe.

Hillary Clinton's New Book Title Has Already Been Used by a Former Secretary of State

Political-memoir names: so cliche that they're bound to repeat.

What It's Like to Tell Hillary Clinton You're an Undocumented Immigrant

For one 19-year-old, it was an empowering experience.

Here's Why Chelsea Clinton's Baby Is Going to Be the Worst Media Story of 2016

In one astonishing Morning Joe segment.

Got a Hobby or General Interest? There's a Congressional Caucus for That.

From bourbon to battlefields to men's health, members of Congress have an informal group for just about everything.

The Incredible Shrinking Senate Majority

As voters' behavior has changed, control of the upper chamber has become increasingly precarious.

Tobacco Lobby Opens a New Playbook for E-Cigarettes

Hoping to avoid past mistakes, companies won't oppose some regulations.

The Fracking Industry Faces Its Climate Demon

To preserve its climate credentials, the natural-gas industry has to tame a tricky menace: methane.

Worldwatch President Takes a Step Back

Robert Engelman moves to senior fellow at the institute to focus on a unique area of research.

The Debate Over Obamacare Is Hardly Over

President Obama wanted to end the debate over his health care law, but even he acknowledged GOP opposition could last years.

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Look Who's Back: Where Mitt Romney Is Lending Campaign Help in 2014

The former presidential candidate is appearing in ads, writing endorsement letters, and giving money in a few select races.

Ben Carson Is Raking in More Money Than Hillary Clinton or Rand Paul for 2016

But the group that wants him to run for president has a spending problem.

Mark Zuckerberg-Backed Group Goes After Steve King for Being Steve King

New FWD.us ads highlight King's comments about a proposal to grant legal status to dreamers in the military.

1889: What the White House Easter Egg Roll Looked Like

"A picture of domestic happiness which has never been equaled in the history of the venerable white pile," reported The Washington Post of the event.  

The Export Economy of Salt Lake City (Yes, Land-Locked Salt Lake City)

Salt Lake businesses are booming as they find international markets for their goods.

How Everything We Know About Early Childhood Has Changed Since Head Start Was Founded

Fifty years of research—and Sesame Street— have changed our understanding of how to best help disadvantaged kids.

Good News for Obamacare Is Bad News for Conservative Pundits

The warnings that insurance premiums will skyrocket next year look increasingly hyperbolic.

Hagel: U.S. May 'Adjust' Missile Defenses in Europe, As Tensions Rise

Amid rising tensions with Russia, the U.S. defense chief said Washington and its allies may "adjust" the timing for fielding antimissile systems in Europe.

Hillary Clinton's New Book Title Has Already Been Used by a Former Secretary of State

Political-memoir names: so cliche that they're bound to repeat.

What It's Like to Tell Hillary Clinton You're an Undocumented Immigrant

For one 19-year-old, it was an empowering experience.

Here's Why Chelsea Clinton's Baby Is Going to Be the Worst Media Story of 2016

In one astonishing Morning Joe segment.

Got a Hobby or General Interest? There's a Congressional Caucus for That.

From bourbon to battlefields to men's health, members of Congress have an informal group for just about everything.

The Incredible Shrinking Senate Majority

As voters' behavior has changed, control of the upper chamber has become increasingly precarious.

Tobacco Lobby Opens a New Playbook for E-Cigarettes

Hoping to avoid past mistakes, companies won't oppose some regulations.

The Fracking Industry Faces Its Climate Demon

To preserve its climate credentials, the natural-gas industry has to tame a tricky menace: methane.

The Debate Over Obamacare Is Hardly Over

President Obama wanted to end the debate over his health care law, but even he acknowledged GOP opposition could last years.

You May Be Surprised By The States That Support Pre-K

Interactive: Obama's universal pre-K plan is meeting resistance in Congress--but in the states, both parties support early childhood programs.

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