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Raising Crops That Remind Them of Home

In St. Louis, foreign refugees are farming on city-owned land to earn a few extra greenbacks.

Can Republicans Block an Iran Deal?

Congress is on 'high alert' for word of a nuclear agreement, but might find it difficult to blow it up.

House Democrats Are Planning to Go After Cliven Bundy in Spending-Bill Fight

An amendment due in the House this week would target the right-wing hero.

Louisiana Senate Hopeful Fleming Raises $741,000 (Including Personal Money) in the Second Quarter

It's a personal-best fundraising mark for Rep. John Fleming, who along with Rep. Charles Boustany is fundraising aggressively ahead of a potential Senate race.

The White House Just Made It Easier to Power Homes With Solar Energy

The administration's new executive actions and private sector commitments are aimed at boosting solar power.

Inside the GOP, Deficit War Rages On

Budget hawks aren't happy with the new Congress.

How the Huge 2016 Presidential Field Stacks Up With the Past

A look at past primary cycles.

Can the White House Convince Americans that GMOs Are Safe?

The administration wants to improve public confidence in regulation of GM foods. 

A Visitor from Vietnam Offers Obama Another Chance to Learn About the War He Missed

The White House sees Vietnam's Communist Party leader as a potential regional partner.

Women Gubernatorial Prospects Few and Far Between in 2016

If New Hampshire Gov. Maggie Hassan runs for Senate, she'll leave behind a prized post as one of just six female governors.

What Rachel Dolezal Left Behind

Spokane already had a troubled racial history. Will this controversy hurt, or heal?

Ben Wattenberg and the Changing 'Real Majority'

What constitutes a "typical" American voter has shifted dramatically in the last 45 years.

The Next Fight Over Gay Rights Has Already Begun

Same-sex couples can marry nationwide, but other forms of discrimination are legal in most of the country.

Carly Fiorina Raises Meager $1.4 Million in Two Months

That's way less than her competition.

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