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Independent Voters Could Decide Senate Control

New data from Third Way find independent registration soaring from Colorado and Kansas to North Carolina.  

In Latest Blow to NFL, FCC Repeals TV Blackout Rules

Lawmakers will push for more concessions from the league.

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U.S. Oil Production Gains 'One of the Biggest...the World Has Ever Seen'

Rising energy demand is generally seen as a sign of good things: People working harder and doing more. Figures recently reported by BP in its 63rd annual Statistical Revi...

Here’s What the Secret Service Has to Say for Itself About White House Security

"It's clear that our security plan was not properly executed," its director told Congress on Tuesday.

Think Des Moines Is Full of Corn and White People? Think Again.

The city has transformed into a thriving financial hub. But as its population gets more diverse, Des Moines struggles with poverty among some minorities.

States Take the Lead on Sexual-Assault Reform

A movement that began on college campuses is emerging on the national stage.

We Finally Have a Security Agreement With Afghanistan—What's Next?

Troops aren't leaving just yet.

NFL's Pushback on Blackout Ruling Amounts to Empty Threats

The FCC is set to vote down a long-standing blackout rule, and the league's claims it could cause games to move to pay TV are overblown.

Ron Paul Thinks There Should Be More Secessionist Movements in the U.S.

The former U.S. congressman and perennial presidential candidate tells National Journal that he's "real pleased" with American secessionist groups.  

Jockeying Begins to Chair Senate Campaign Committees

Several names are already in the mix to helm the DSCC and NRSC in 2016, when the electoral landscape is likely to favor Democrats.

Republicans Hold the Advantage in Senate Races

In quest for seats, this is not a year when Democrats are likely to get a disproportionate share of the breaks.

Once Shunned, Indian Prime Minister Welcomed to Hill

Congress once considered formally condemning Narendra Modi for his passive response to violent sectarian riots when he was a regional leader.

Obama's Pass-the-Buck Presidency

The president has a pattern of deflecting blame and denying responsibility. With military action against ISIS underway, that's a dangerous habit.

Ted Cruz and Rand Paul’s Daddy Issues

The two 2016 front-runners owe much of their political success to their fathers. But soon they'll need to start distancing themselves from their patriarch's extreme positions.

Will This New Hampshire District Signal a Wave?

One district. Two candidates. Three elections.  

The FCC May Redefine 'Television' to Include the Internet

The proposal could create new competition to cable providers like Comcast.

Why Syracuse Students Are Protesting

It's not just about proposed scholarship cuts. It's about belonging.

Netanyahu Likens ISIS to Iran at U.N. General Assembly

The Israeli prime minister said ISIS and Hamas are "branches of the same poisonous tree."

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Independent Voters Could Decide Senate Control

New data from Third Way find independent registration soaring from Colorado and Kansas to North Carolina.  

In Latest Blow to NFL, FCC Repeals TV Blackout Rules

Lawmakers will push for more concessions from the league.

Sponsor Content

U.S. Oil Production Gains 'One of the Biggest...the World Has Ever Seen'

Rising energy demand is generally seen as a sign of good things: People working harder and doing more. Figures recently reported by BP in its 63rd annual Statistical Revi...

Here’s What the Secret Service Has to Say for Itself About White House Security

"It's clear that our security plan was not properly executed," its director told Congress on Tuesday.

Think Des Moines Is Full of Corn and White People? Think Again.

The city has transformed into a thriving financial hub. But as its population gets more diverse, Des Moines struggles with poverty among some minorities.

States Take the Lead on Sexual-Assault Reform

A movement that began on college campuses is emerging on the national stage.

We Finally Have a Security Agreement With Afghanistan—What's Next?

Troops aren't leaving just yet.

NFL's Pushback on Blackout Ruling Amounts to Empty Threats

The FCC is set to vote down a long-standing blackout rule, and the league's claims it could cause games to move to pay TV are overblown.

Ron Paul Thinks There Should Be More Secessionist Movements in the U.S.

The former U.S. congressman and perennial presidential candidate tells National Journal that he's "real pleased" with American secessionist groups.  

Jockeying Begins to Chair Senate Campaign Committees

Several names are already in the mix to helm the DSCC and NRSC in 2016, when the electoral landscape is likely to favor Democrats.

Republicans Hold the Advantage in Senate Races

In quest for seats, this is not a year when Democrats are likely to get a disproportionate share of the breaks.

Once Shunned, Indian Prime Minister Welcomed to Hill

Congress once considered formally condemning Narendra Modi for his passive response to violent sectarian riots when he was a regional leader.

Obama's Pass-the-Buck Presidency

The president has a pattern of deflecting blame and denying responsibility. With military action against ISIS underway, that's a dangerous habit.

Ted Cruz and Rand Paul’s Daddy Issues

The two 2016 front-runners owe much of their political success to their fathers. But soon they'll need to start distancing themselves from their patriarch's extreme positions.

Will This New Hampshire District Signal a Wave?

One district. Two candidates. Three elections.  

The FCC May Redefine 'Television' to Include the Internet

The proposal could create new competition to cable providers like Comcast.

Why Syracuse Students Are Protesting

It's not just about proposed scholarship cuts. It's about belonging.

Netanyahu Likens ISIS to Iran at U.N. General Assembly

The Israeli prime minister said ISIS and Hamas are "branches of the same poisonous tree."

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