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Other Agencies Use Same Log-On Procedures as Exploited IRS Site

Login procedures exploited by crooks to steal tens of millions of dollars are also used by, the Social Security Administration, and the U.S. Citizenship and Immi...

Republicans Attack FCC Plan to Pay for Internet Access for the Poor

The commission hoped to win GOP support for its plan to overhaul the "Obamaphone" program. But it's not going well.

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It's Way Too Early to Bet on 2016 Polls. Just Look at the Past Few Presidential Races.

At this point in the 2008 and 2004 presidential election cycles, Hillary Clinton was winning among Democratic voters.

Here’s How Many Americans Would Struggle to Pay a $400 Emergency Expense

A new Federal Reserve survey shows the current state of many in the American economy.

How Every Part of the Hiring Process Favors Elites

For those who didn't go to prestigious schools, don't come from money, and aren't interested in sports and booze—it's near impossible to gain access to the best-paying jobs.

Ahead of Hurricane Season, Obama Warns Climate Change Will Worsen Storms

The White House has increasingly cautioned about extreme weather threats from climate change.

President Obama's Twitter Q&A: Climate Change, the NBA, and Trolls

The president, in Miami, was looking for questions on climate change. He got a bit more.

Lindsey Graham Allies Form Super PAC Ahead of 2016 Run

The defense hawk who has criticized rampant spending in presidential politics now has an outlet for millionaires and billionaires to support him.    

Why Old White People Dominate Small Businesses

The concentration of wealth among older households stifles entrepreneurship among the young and minorities. 

Twitter Mocks Doomsday Predictions If Patriot Act Expires

What's the worst that could happen?

Judge Initially Skeptical of Plea to Dismiss House GOP’s Obamacare Lawsuit

A federal judge on Thursday challenged the Obama administration's opening efforts to dismiss the lawsuit brought by House Republicans over the Affordable Care Act.

The Time Bill Clinton and I Killed a Man

If familiarity breeds social change, maybe Americans have seen enough of capital punishment.

What Soccer’s Biggest Fans in Congress Think of FIFA's Corruption Charges

Members of the Congressional Soccer Caucus say the international soccer organization shouldn't be exempt from scrutiny.

George Pataki, Currently Polling at '—,' Is Running for President

The Republican field grows, but to what end?

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