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Senate Democrats Press Regulators to Kill Comcast Deal

Sen. Al Franken is leading the crusade against Comcast's purchase of Time Warner as the government nears a decision.

'Aaron's Law' to Be Reintroduced as Lawmakers Wrestle Over Hacking Penalties

The proposed bill would update the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act to keep small violators from being charged under federal law.

Bistate Sage Grouse Avoids Endangered Species List in California and Nevada

The Interior Department says state and federal conservation efforts have paid off. 

Atlanta's Own High Line May Finally Erase Some Racial Divisions

The 22-mile BeltLine paved over railroad tracks that separated dozens of Atlanta neighborhoods and that shaped racial and economic inequality for over a century.

The Long-Term Unemployment Trap

The longer someone has gone without a job, the harder it is for them to land one. These programs have figured a way back into work.

What Politicians Don't Get When Talking About Income Inequality

A new study suggests there is a gap between how politicians discuss inequality and how voters look at it.

Trafficking Backup Finally Clears

A bipartisan Senate deal should let long-delayed measure—and a confirmation vote for Loretta Lynch—move forward.

States Enrolling Newly-Eligible Inmates in Medicaid

New state laws are attempting to immediately enroll the incarcerated—the majority of whom have health conditions—in Medicaid upon reentry.

Soaring Drug Prices May Be the Next Big Thing for 2016 Contenders

New polling finds the public is concerned about the rising cost of prescription drugs.

Poll: Just as Many Americans Like Obamacare as Dislike It

Public opinion on Obamacare has split just about evenly between those who find it favorable and unfavorable, a Kaiser poll shows.

Congress Might Get Back Into the Energy Business

Murkowski tells the oil industry about plans to move energy legislation, pointing to recent bipartisan successes

Proposed Update to Copyright Rules Eases Barriers to Security Research

A bill to amend the Digital Millenium Copyright Act would make it easier for researchers to expose security vulnerabilities without running afoul of the law.

Democrats Hope to Make This the Cliven Bundy Congressional Race

Rep. Cresent Hardy's opponents hope to tie him to the controversial rancher, highlighting his district's divide between urban and rural constituencies.

Glimmers of Hope on the Hill

After years of dysfunction, there are signs that Congress is starting to work again.

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