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EPA Can’t Shake Its Ethanol Headache

The Obama administration proposed lowering the ethanol mandate, and nobody's happy.

Matt Bevin's First Task: Courting Kentucky's Republican Donors

Bevin's new endorsements are a big help after a hard-fought GOP primary, but what he needs most are financial commitments that eluded him before he won the nomination.

The Great White House Goat Chase

A runaway goat is careening out of control toward a ditch, carrying a small child. Can President Benjamin Harrison catch the creature before it's too late?

U.S. Officially Removes Cuba From State Sponsors of Terrorism List

Cuba had been on the list since 1982.

A New Ad For Rand Paul Has Him All-In Against the Patriot Act, Covered in Flames

For Paul, standing in the way of renewing the Patriot Act or reaching a deal could be a needed fundraising opportunity.    

It's Official: Matt Bevin Completes Shock Victory in Kentucky

Matt Bevin is officially the Republican nominee for Kentucky governor.

Why Does Walla Walla Have a Wine Industry?

Using a new economic playbook, rural and urban areas look to build thriving regional economies around local specializations.

How Did Denny Hastert End Up Here?

He was the GOP's response to an era of bluster and hypocrisy. Or, we thought.  

Rand Paul Gets Pressured to Block Any Last-Minute Patriot Act Renewal

Some surveillance critics want the White House contender to block any Patriot Act extension. Others hope he steps aside to allow one last vote on the Freedom Act.

Remembering JFK: Photos from the Kennedy Presidency

Friday would have been President John F. Kennedy's 98th birthday.

The Rooms Where Congress Keeps Its Secrets

They're called SCIFs, and they're designed to let members see sensitive information beyond the reach of prying eyes.

Democrats' 'War on Women' Attack Is Not Going Away

Fresh off losing a Senate race in which their candidate was laser-focused on reproductive rights, Colorado Democrats are demonstrating a willingness to use the strategy all ove...

Jeb Bush's History of Outsourcing His Campaign So He Can Raise Big Money

In 1998, the Republican Party of Florida paid for his TV ads, polling, and campaign staff salaries as he ran for governor

Jeb Bush's 'Very Conservative' Problem

The likely presidential candidate has some significant detractors in his party's base.

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