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Kirsten Gillibrand Explains Why She Didn't Name Her Harassers

She didn't want the national conversation to be about the "idiocy" of any one guy.

U.S. Military Will Take on the Fight Against Ebola

Obama will announce new efforts to combat the outbreak.

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A $500 Million Investment in the World's Energy Future

Who knew that efforts to draw energy from the leaves and stems of plants would become a driver of education and jobs? That's what happened when global energy company BP pledged...

What Could Go Wrong for GOP?

Two things may be keeping Republican strategists up at night in their quest for a Senate majority: money and the Democratic ground game.

How Will the U.S. Decide Which Syrian Rebels to Arm?

Identifying "moderate" groups to train and equip will be exceedingly difficult.

Rumors Aside, Burr Says He'll Run Again

The North Carolina Republican dismisses retirement rumors, and has been assured by Anthony Foxx that the Democrat won't challenge him.

How Senate Races Are Undercutting House Republicans

The GOP should be making strong gains in the House and building a buffer against a Clinton-driven wave. If only all the big money wasn't going to the Senate.  

Ethics Committee Investigating Paul Broun

Without commenting on details, the House Ethics Committee on Monday said it is reviewing a matter involving Rep. Paul Broun.

House to Vote Separately on Obama's Request to Arm Syrian Rebels

If the amendment passes, it would then be voted on in a final version of the overall spending bill.

Feds Investigate 'Discrimination by Algorithm'

The Federal Trade Commission puts the pernicious side of big data under the microscope.

Longtime Lobbyist Tommy Boggs Dies at Age 73

The son of two members of Congress, Boggs spent nearly 50 years building the law firm Patton Boggs.

More Than 100,000 Enrollees Are Likely to Lose Obamacare Coverage

Missing verification forms regarding immigration status could cause them to lose their insurance at the end of September.

Civil-Liberties Groups Reject Senate Spy Reform

Anti-surveillance hardliners announced Monday their opposition to the USA Freedom Act.

Proposed Texas Textbooks Teach Climate-Change Doubt

Social-studies textbooks up for review in the Lone Star State contain glaring inaccuracies when it comes to climate change.

Can Doctors Screen Men for Domestic Violence?

A new study finds one in five men report having committed an act of intimate-partner violence and identifies where the medical community can intervene.  

Did I Mention I've Been to Israel?

Mike Huckabee touts his foreign policy experience, revealing a shift in presidential politics ahead of the 2016 race.

FBI's Facial-Recognition Technology Has Achieved 'Full Operational Capability'

No turning back: Next-gen facial-recognition technology has arrived, despite concerns from privacy groups.

Gas Drilling Is Polluting Water, But Don't Blame Fracking

The natural-gas-drilling surge is polluting groundwater, but that doesn't mean the controversial practice of hydraulic fracturing is to blame. At least not directly.

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Kirsten Gillibrand Explains Why She Didn't Name Her Harassers

She didn't want the national conversation to be about the "idiocy" of any one guy.

U.S. Military Will Take on the Fight Against Ebola

Obama will announce new efforts to combat the outbreak.

Sponsor Content

A $500 Million Investment in the World's Energy Future

Who knew that efforts to draw energy from the leaves and stems of plants would become a driver of education and jobs? That's what happened when global energy company BP pledged...

What Could Go Wrong for GOP?

Two things may be keeping Republican strategists up at night in their quest for a Senate majority: money and the Democratic ground game.

How Will the U.S. Decide Which Syrian Rebels to Arm?

Identifying "moderate" groups to train and equip will be exceedingly difficult.

Rumors Aside, Burr Says He'll Run Again

The North Carolina Republican dismisses retirement rumors, and has been assured by Anthony Foxx that the Democrat won't challenge him.

How Senate Races Are Undercutting House Republicans

The GOP should be making strong gains in the House and building a buffer against a Clinton-driven wave. If only all the big money wasn't going to the Senate.  

Ethics Committee Investigating Paul Broun

Without commenting on details, the House Ethics Committee on Monday said it is reviewing a matter involving Rep. Paul Broun.

House to Vote Separately on Obama's Request to Arm Syrian Rebels

If the amendment passes, it would then be voted on in a final version of the overall spending bill.

Feds Investigate 'Discrimination by Algorithm'

The Federal Trade Commission puts the pernicious side of big data under the microscope.

Longtime Lobbyist Tommy Boggs Dies at Age 73

The son of two members of Congress, Boggs spent nearly 50 years building the law firm Patton Boggs.

More Than 100,000 Enrollees Are Likely to Lose Obamacare Coverage

Missing verification forms regarding immigration status could cause them to lose their insurance at the end of September.

Civil-Liberties Groups Reject Senate Spy Reform

Anti-surveillance hardliners announced Monday their opposition to the USA Freedom Act.

Proposed Texas Textbooks Teach Climate-Change Doubt

Social-studies textbooks up for review in the Lone Star State contain glaring inaccuracies when it comes to climate change.

Can Doctors Screen Men for Domestic Violence?

A new study finds one in five men report having committed an act of intimate-partner violence and identifies where the medical community can intervene.  

Did I Mention I've Been to Israel?

Mike Huckabee touts his foreign policy experience, revealing a shift in presidential politics ahead of the 2016 race.

FBI's Facial-Recognition Technology Has Achieved 'Full Operational Capability'

No turning back: Next-gen facial-recognition technology has arrived, despite concerns from privacy groups.

Gas Drilling Is Polluting Water, But Don't Blame Fracking

The natural-gas-drilling surge is polluting groundwater, but that doesn't mean the controversial practice of hydraulic fracturing is to blame. At least not directly.

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