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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.

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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?

The High School Where Students Wear Scrubs

A Sacramento public high school blends work-based learning, medical science, and academics for a new generation of vocational education.

House Panel Meets the Press In Probe of FOIA Woes

An unusual House hearing next week will feature reporters testifying before a congressional committee hearing instead of covering it.

Big Pizza Cooks Up Plan to Carve Up Obamacare’s Menu-Labeling Rules

The industry is looking for a change to the FDA regulations mandated by the law.

A Hip New Way for Political Campaigns to Spin the News, From the Makers of Rap Genius

A new service will help political operatives recapture their campaign's message—one annotation at a time.

Vulnerable GOP Senators Bracing for ‘Political Issue of the Year’

Pressure is on Republicans up for reelection to choose policy fixing Obamacare if the Supreme Court rules their way.

Can Hillary Clinton Keep Her Balance Between a Primary Policy Fight and the General Election?

As the Democratic 2016 field fills in from the left, her aides say she is determined to avoid a liberal "arms race"

Air-Traffic-Control Upgrades Face Turbulence

Heading into a record travel season, the FAA's traffic upgrades are in the political spotlight.

Rival Democrats Ready For Bitter Rematch in California

In Silicon Valley, a labor-backed candidate is facing an intraparty challenge from a tech community favorite.

Judge Sets Timetable for Release of Clinton Emails

The State Department will have to make documents public more often than it proposed earlier this week.

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