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Twitter Is Struggling to Block Video of James Foley’s Death

The social-media network is again playing defense against ISIS—with mixed results.

Tom Steyer Takes a Side in Environmentalists' Ethanol Fight

The billionaire climate activist finds himself at odds with some green groups on biofuels.

Battle Over Postal-Service Cuts Looms in September

Half the Senate wants to block further service cuts at USPS, but other key lawmakers are calling for comprehensive reforms instead.

Fatal Police Shooting Near Ferguson Rattles the Public

The shooting of a 23-year-old black man appears to be unrelated to the fallout from Michael Brown's death. But pressure on police in the area is only mounting.

Key Targeting Tech for Future U.S. Nuclear Missile Has Gone Unfunded

The move may delay Minuteman 3 replacement effort or fail to meet warfighter accuracy standards.

Want to See How Fast Coastal Wetlands and Forests Are Vanishing?

  New federal data reveals the regional decline in coastal ecosystems.

Jake Tapper on Ferguson Police: 'This Doesn't Make Any Sense.'

Here's what happened Monday night in Ferguson.

TV Stations Sue FCC Over Plan to Auction Broadcast Licenses

The cell-phone industry hopes the lawsuit won't delay the auction of valuable airwaves.

Obama on Ferguson: There's a 'Gulf of Mistrust' Between People and Police

Attorney General Eric Holder will visit the St. Louis suburb on Wednesday, the president said Monday.

Why an Indictment Could Be a Blessing for Perry

It lets him play victim, among other things.

Ethics Probe of Rep. Tom Petri Announced

Retiring Wisconsin Republican had requested an inquiry earlier this year.

Why the National Guard Is Coming to Ferguson

A look at the soldiers being called in to keep the peace.

Last Month Was the World's Fourth-Hottest July on Record

Indiana and Arkansas, however, experienced record cold.

You Can Buy a T-Shirt to Support the Officer Who Shot Michael Brown

Supporters have raised nearly $10,000 for Darren Wilson, the Ferguson police officer responsible for the Aug. 9 shooting.

Forensic Pathologist: There Was 'No Evidence of a Struggle' When Michael Brown Was Shot

Dr. Michael Baden held a press conference with Michael Brown's family in Ferguson Monday morning.

What Will Happen in Ferguson This Week?

Missouri has called the National Guard to the St. Louis suburb after a weekend of violent clashes between protesters and police.

Returned Migrants Face Bleak Future

Unaccompanied minors sent back to Central America find little help in repatriating.

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Twitter Is Struggling to Block Video of James Foley’s Death

The social-media network is again playing defense against ISIS—with mixed results.

Tom Steyer Takes a Side in Environmentalists' Ethanol Fight

The billionaire climate activist finds himself at odds with some green groups on biofuels.

Battle Over Postal-Service Cuts Looms in September

Half the Senate wants to block further service cuts at USPS, but other key lawmakers are calling for comprehensive reforms instead.

Fatal Police Shooting Near Ferguson Rattles the Public

The shooting of a 23-year-old black man appears to be unrelated to the fallout from Michael Brown's death. But pressure on police in the area is only mounting.

Key Targeting Tech for Future U.S. Nuclear Missile Has Gone Unfunded

The move may delay Minuteman 3 replacement effort or fail to meet warfighter accuracy standards.

Want to See How Fast Coastal Wetlands and Forests Are Vanishing?

  New federal data reveals the regional decline in coastal ecosystems.

Jake Tapper on Ferguson Police: 'This Doesn't Make Any Sense.'

Here's what happened Monday night in Ferguson.

TV Stations Sue FCC Over Plan to Auction Broadcast Licenses

The cell-phone industry hopes the lawsuit won't delay the auction of valuable airwaves.

Obama on Ferguson: There's a 'Gulf of Mistrust' Between People and Police

Attorney General Eric Holder will visit the St. Louis suburb on Wednesday, the president said Monday.

Why an Indictment Could Be a Blessing for Perry

It lets him play victim, among other things.

Ethics Probe of Rep. Tom Petri Announced

Retiring Wisconsin Republican had requested an inquiry earlier this year.

Why the National Guard Is Coming to Ferguson

A look at the soldiers being called in to keep the peace.

Last Month Was the World's Fourth-Hottest July on Record

Indiana and Arkansas, however, experienced record cold.

You Can Buy a T-Shirt to Support the Officer Who Shot Michael Brown

Supporters have raised nearly $10,000 for Darren Wilson, the Ferguson police officer responsible for the Aug. 9 shooting.

Forensic Pathologist: There Was 'No Evidence of a Struggle' When Michael Brown Was Shot

Dr. Michael Baden held a press conference with Michael Brown's family in Ferguson Monday morning.

What Will Happen in Ferguson This Week?

Missouri has called the National Guard to the St. Louis suburb after a weekend of violent clashes between protesters and police.

Returned Migrants Face Bleak Future

Unaccompanied minors sent back to Central America find little help in repatriating.

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