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Wyoming Ends Ban on Teaching Climate Science

A new law paves the way for climate change to be taught in schools across the state.

GOP Leaders Still Don't Have a DHS Plan. But They May Have an Escape Hatch.

Democrats could use the rules to force a clean funding bill through the House, unless the GOP decides to stop them.

Twenty-Three Percent of Americans Have Never Heard of Benjamin Netanyahu

The Israeli prime minister is at the center of the biggest political news story of the week. But will anybody care?

Scientists Link Climate Change to Syrian War

New research suggests global warming helped catalyze Syria's civil war.

Supreme Court Weighs Overturning Dozens of Congressional Districts

The fate of congressional districts and elections around the country may hang on how the Supreme Court defines "legislature"—an argument that came to a head Monday in a clash...

The Internet of Things Is So Easy, We Built Our Own

To show how simple it is to connect to the Internet of Things, National Journal  built a Barack Obama Detector for your desk.

Netanyahu Says Congressional Speech Is 'Not Intended to Show Any Disrespect to President Obama'

At the AIPAC policy conference, the Israeli prime minister previewed his Tuesday speech and insisted that he means no political harm.

Samantha Power: U.S.-Israel Partnership 'Transcends Politics and It Always Will'

The U.S. ambassador to the United Nations unsurprisingly affirms U.S. commitment to Israel.

Barbara Mikulski Marks the End of an Era

The senator from Maryland announced her retirement Monday.

The Cycle of Petulance in the U.S. and Israel

Nobody seems to be acting exclusively in the world's best interest.

With the One-Week DHS Funding Bill, Republicans Again Find Themselves Mired by Distractions

The fight to come on the Hill this week will just emphasize the Republican rifts and cloud their legislative agenda.

Another Week, Another Shutdown Deadline

With the DHS clock still ticking, the House and Senate will also tackle EPA legislation, the Keystone veto, and Netanyahu's visit.

For GOP, Changing Washington Isn’t So Easy After All

The new crop of Republican members in the House and Senate were elected to do one thing: fundamentally transform Washington. On the trail, they pitched big ideas and promised m...

Giffords's Gun-Control Group Plots Path Forward After Rough 2014 Debut

After few victories and a big controversy last year, Americans for Responsible Solutions is focusing on analytics to help it win future campaigns.

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