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Federal Report: Regulatory Confusion Contributed to Texas Chemical Disaster

A fertilizer plant in the Lone Star State fell through multiple loopholes -- some real and some likely imagined, the U.S. Chemical Safety Board says.

In 1920, This Campaign Ad Told Women to Vote 'For Your Own Good'

Oh, how times have changed. Or have they?

Durbin: FDA's Weak Limits on E-Cigarettes Endanger Children

The proposed regulations would ban the sale of the products to minors, but they do not crack down on candy-flavored versions.

Does John McCain Care More About Deaths in Syria Than Gun Violence in America?

Contrast in reactions to deaths in Syria and gun violence in America speaks volumes about the GOP.

What Happens When Democrats Lose More Than 100 Years of Committee Experience?

With vacancies pending at Banking, Commerce, HELP, and Armed Services, Dems will be challenged beyond Election Day.

Now Republican Candidates Are Taking Aim at Boehner

Several are going to try it, but it's not clear campaign calls for a clean sweep will gain traction.

White House Disputes Report on Keystone XL Decision

Rolling Stone reported Wednesday that Obama had "all but decided to deny the permit for the pipeline."

FCC Will Allow Internet 'Fast Lanes'

The new net-neutrality rules will allow Internet providers to charge websites for better service.

Remember Gary Johnson? He Wants to Run for President Again.

The libertarian governor is tilting at yet another windmill.

AT&T Is Playing Chicken With the FCC

Who will blink first in the battle over access to airwaves?

Clinton White House Considered Drug Testing Student-Loan Applicants

The Clinton administration wasn't ahead of its time when it came to asking kids to pee in cups.

Want to Find a Job Online? Here’s Where to Look.

For college graduates, jobs in technology and office management are their best bets.

Auditors Defend Pentagon for Skipping Bids on B-2 Upgrades

Congressional investigators said the Defense Department was right to skip a competitive process for planned updates to B-2 strategic bombers.

NATO Eyes Antimissile Gains in Surveillance-Plane Upgrades

NATO has begun initial deliberations for upgrading the alliance's surveillance-aircraft fleet, with an eye toward improving its missile-defense capabilities.

How Sriracha Became a Political Prop

It's an immigrant-owned, widely popular product facing regulation from big, small-town government.

A Pass-Fail Exam Is All That Stands Between Air Force Officers and Nuclear Missile Codes

The change comes in the wake of a high-profile cheating scandal that revealed a de facto expectation that perfect test scores were needed for advancement.

Joe Scarborough Subscribes to the Donald Trump School of Politics

He's being purposefully vague about his political ambitions.

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Federal Report: Regulatory Confusion Contributed to Texas Chemical Disaster

A fertilizer plant in the Lone Star State fell through multiple loopholes -- some real and some likely imagined, the U.S. Chemical Safety Board says.

In 1920, This Campaign Ad Told Women to Vote 'For Your Own Good'

Oh, how times have changed. Or have they?

Durbin: FDA's Weak Limits on E-Cigarettes Endanger Children

The proposed regulations would ban the sale of the products to minors, but they do not crack down on candy-flavored versions.

Does John McCain Care More About Deaths in Syria Than Gun Violence in America?

Contrast in reactions to deaths in Syria and gun violence in America speaks volumes about the GOP.

What Happens When Democrats Lose More Than 100 Years of Committee Experience?

With vacancies pending at Banking, Commerce, HELP, and Armed Services, Dems will be challenged beyond Election Day.

Now Republican Candidates Are Taking Aim at Boehner

Several are going to try it, but it's not clear campaign calls for a clean sweep will gain traction.

White House Disputes Report on Keystone XL Decision

Rolling Stone reported Wednesday that Obama had "all but decided to deny the permit for the pipeline."

FCC Will Allow Internet 'Fast Lanes'

The new net-neutrality rules will allow Internet providers to charge websites for better service.

Remember Gary Johnson? He Wants to Run for President Again.

The libertarian governor is tilting at yet another windmill.

AT&T Is Playing Chicken With the FCC

Who will blink first in the battle over access to airwaves?

Clinton White House Considered Drug Testing Student-Loan Applicants

The Clinton administration wasn't ahead of its time when it came to asking kids to pee in cups.

Want to Find a Job Online? Here’s Where to Look.

For college graduates, jobs in technology and office management are their best bets.

Auditors Defend Pentagon for Skipping Bids on B-2 Upgrades

Congressional investigators said the Defense Department was right to skip a competitive process for planned updates to B-2 strategic bombers.

NATO Eyes Antimissile Gains in Surveillance-Plane Upgrades

NATO has begun initial deliberations for upgrading the alliance's surveillance-aircraft fleet, with an eye toward improving its missile-defense capabilities.

How Sriracha Became a Political Prop

It's an immigrant-owned, widely popular product facing regulation from big, small-town government.

A Pass-Fail Exam Is All That Stands Between Air Force Officers and Nuclear Missile Codes

The change comes in the wake of a high-profile cheating scandal that revealed a de facto expectation that perfect test scores were needed for advancement.

Joe Scarborough Subscribes to the Donald Trump School of Politics

He's being purposefully vague about his political ambitions.

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