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Cable Companies: Google Threatens Net Neutrality, Not Us

Internet service providers are urging the FCC to regulate popular websites.

Handicapping the Democratic Convention Sites for 2016

Philadelphia and Brooklyn are looking like early front-runners to host.

Obama and Netanyahu Have Put Aside Their 'Dysfunction.' For Now.

The U.S. president and the Israeli prime minister have never liked each other. But they've managed to work unusually well together during the crisis in Gaza.

What Would the National Guard Actually Do at the Border?

Texas is sending Guard troops to the border, and the White House is mulling its options. But plenty of questions remain.

Congress Shies Away From Telling Obama What to Do on Iran

An AIPAC-approved letter isn't gathering enough signatures to send a message to the president.

House GOP and Some Democrats Preparing to Slam Obama for Bergdahl Swap

House Armed Services will mark up a resolution Tuesday condemning the president for negotiating with terrorists.

Political Insiders: Money for the Border Can Help Both Democrats and Republicans

But the two parties have very different reasons for supporting emergency funding to address the crisis.

What Patty Murray's HELP Committee Would Look Like

Her succession isn't written in stone, but some are already preparing for the next top Democrat.

House Democrat Goes Off on Republican 'Cuckoo Clocks'

"This has nothing to do with the law. This has to do with trying to manage some of the extremists, in your party—some of the cuckoo clocks who have been talking about impea...

Lawmakers Attack Obama Administration's Strategy in Iraq

Lawmakers skeptical of administration's tactics in Iraq.

Here’s How American Scientists Plan to Prevent the Next Nuclear Disaster

Nuclear regulators and operators have to consider unlikely—but dangerous—scenarios to protect power plants.

Found in Space: Congressional Collegiality

Congress is ignoring crises at home and abroad, but at least it has a close eye on the thermosphere.

Boehner: House Will Vote to Avoid Shutdown in September

The speaker promises a short-term CR that would kick big spending decisions to the lame-duck.

How Can the U.S. Fix a 14,000-Case Backlog of Black-Lung-Stricken Miners?

Congressional leaders and labor officials convened this week to address a broken federal compensation program for miners with the disease.

How Much Does It Cost to Fix the VA?

With the August recess looming, lawmakers sparred across the Hill over proposals to fix the embattled Veterans Affairs Department.

How Car Ownership Helps the Working Poor Get Ahead

Access to public transit helps, but it's not enough to connect some workers with economic opportunity.

Paul Ryan Offers a Way Forward for GOP on Poverty

The Republican's "discussion draft" could help the party navigate a tough issue in the midterm elections.

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Cable Companies: Google Threatens Net Neutrality, Not Us

Internet service providers are urging the FCC to regulate popular websites.

Handicapping the Democratic Convention Sites for 2016

Philadelphia and Brooklyn are looking like early front-runners to host.

Obama and Netanyahu Have Put Aside Their 'Dysfunction.' For Now.

The U.S. president and the Israeli prime minister have never liked each other. But they've managed to work unusually well together during the crisis in Gaza.

What Would the National Guard Actually Do at the Border?

Texas is sending Guard troops to the border, and the White House is mulling its options. But plenty of questions remain.

Congress Shies Away From Telling Obama What to Do on Iran

An AIPAC-approved letter isn't gathering enough signatures to send a message to the president.

House GOP and Some Democrats Preparing to Slam Obama for Bergdahl Swap

House Armed Services will mark up a resolution Tuesday condemning the president for negotiating with terrorists.

Political Insiders: Money for the Border Can Help Both Democrats and Republicans

But the two parties have very different reasons for supporting emergency funding to address the crisis.

What Patty Murray's HELP Committee Would Look Like

Her succession isn't written in stone, but some are already preparing for the next top Democrat.

House Democrat Goes Off on Republican 'Cuckoo Clocks'

"This has nothing to do with the law. This has to do with trying to manage some of the extremists, in your party—some of the cuckoo clocks who have been talking about impea...

Lawmakers Attack Obama Administration's Strategy in Iraq

Lawmakers skeptical of administration's tactics in Iraq.

Here’s How American Scientists Plan to Prevent the Next Nuclear Disaster

Nuclear regulators and operators have to consider unlikely—but dangerous—scenarios to protect power plants.

Found in Space: Congressional Collegiality

Congress is ignoring crises at home and abroad, but at least it has a close eye on the thermosphere.

Boehner: House Will Vote to Avoid Shutdown in September

The speaker promises a short-term CR that would kick big spending decisions to the lame-duck.

How Can the U.S. Fix a 14,000-Case Backlog of Black-Lung-Stricken Miners?

Congressional leaders and labor officials convened this week to address a broken federal compensation program for miners with the disease.

How Much Does It Cost to Fix the VA?

With the August recess looming, lawmakers sparred across the Hill over proposals to fix the embattled Veterans Affairs Department.

How Car Ownership Helps the Working Poor Get Ahead

Access to public transit helps, but it's not enough to connect some workers with economic opportunity.

Paul Ryan Offers a Way Forward for GOP on Poverty

The Republican's "discussion draft" could help the party navigate a tough issue in the midterm elections.

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