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What It's Like to Be a Latino Entrepreneur in Silicon Valley

With the help of Manos Accelerator, Latino start-ups try to break into the tech world's 'white boys club.'

Kerry: More Time Needed for Deal on Iran's Nuclear Program

The seven countries missed Monday's deadline for a final deal, saying they are extending last year's interim agreement until mid-2015.

New Hampshire Voters Are Still Holding Out Hope for Romney 2016

The 2012 Republican presidential nominee still has a hold over voters in New Hampshire.

The Murky Boundaries of the Modern Work Day

Americans don't seem to mind long hours that blur the lines between professional and personal life, but they do mind the inability to control their schedules.

Rent-an-M.B.A. Breathes New Life Into Freelance World

Harvard M.B.A.s use start-up philosophies from Silicon Valley to create a new market—themselves.  

Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel Is Leaving the Obama Administration

The first post-midterm change was announced Monday.

Who Will Pay Ebola Patients' Medical Bills in the U.S.?

Some hospitals and lawmakers are looking to the federal government to cover treatment, which can total more than $1 million for a single patient.

How to Stop the Next Ebola: Call in the Veterinarians

Deadly diseases such as Ebola and avian flu can jump between animals and humans. Vets can stop the next big outbreak before it's too late.

Time Is Running Out on the CIA Torture Report

The Senate still thinks it can wrap up negotiations with the White House before the year ends. But the clock is ticking.

The Evolution of Ron Johnson

Elected on the 2010 tea-party wave, an endangered Republican heads for the center.

Everyone on the Hill Gets Ethics Training—Except House Members

Two lawmakers are trying to end an unusual exemption.

Is This Congressman Trying to Name a Climate Denial Theory After Himself?

That thing when changing magnetic fields affect the weather? Yeah, that's the Stockman Effect.

Obama's Immigration Order Is Done. Now He Has to Make It Work.

Many questions about implementing the plan remain, as the White House enters "uncharted territory."

Listen Up, America. Obama Is Speaking Truth to Blacks and Whites.

Obama displays empathy muscles rarely exercised outside racial issues.

Ted Cruz: Republicans Shouldn't Fear a Government Shutdown Over Immigration

The senator says the 2013 shutdown over Obamacare didn't hurt his party at the polls. So why should the GOP fear one over immigration?

No Easy Fix for One of Obamacare's Hardest Problems

Health and Human Services has some ideas for dealing with rate shock, but they have their own risks.

Obama Returns to Vegas a Weaker President

In his second immigration speech at the same Nevada high school, the president faced a very different political reality.

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What It's Like to Be a Latino Entrepreneur in Silicon Valley

With the help of Manos Accelerator, Latino start-ups try to break into the tech world's 'white boys club.'

Kerry: More Time Needed for Deal on Iran's Nuclear Program

The seven countries missed Monday's deadline for a final deal, saying they are extending last year's interim agreement until mid-2015.

New Hampshire Voters Are Still Holding Out Hope for Romney 2016

The 2012 Republican presidential nominee still has a hold over voters in New Hampshire.

The Murky Boundaries of the Modern Work Day

Americans don't seem to mind long hours that blur the lines between professional and personal life, but they do mind the inability to control their schedules.

Rent-an-M.B.A. Breathes New Life Into Freelance World

Harvard M.B.A.s use start-up philosophies from Silicon Valley to create a new market—themselves.  

Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel Is Leaving the Obama Administration

The first post-midterm change was announced Monday.

Who Will Pay Ebola Patients' Medical Bills in the U.S.?

Some hospitals and lawmakers are looking to the federal government to cover treatment, which can total more than $1 million for a single patient.

How to Stop the Next Ebola: Call in the Veterinarians

Deadly diseases such as Ebola and avian flu can jump between animals and humans. Vets can stop the next big outbreak before it's too late.

Time Is Running Out on the CIA Torture Report

The Senate still thinks it can wrap up negotiations with the White House before the year ends. But the clock is ticking.

The Evolution of Ron Johnson

Elected on the 2010 tea-party wave, an endangered Republican heads for the center.

Everyone on the Hill Gets Ethics Training—Except House Members

Two lawmakers are trying to end an unusual exemption.

Is This Congressman Trying to Name a Climate Denial Theory After Himself?

That thing when changing magnetic fields affect the weather? Yeah, that's the Stockman Effect.

Obama's Immigration Order Is Done. Now He Has to Make It Work.

Many questions about implementing the plan remain, as the White House enters "uncharted territory."

Listen Up, America. Obama Is Speaking Truth to Blacks and Whites.

Obama displays empathy muscles rarely exercised outside racial issues.

Ted Cruz: Republicans Shouldn't Fear a Government Shutdown Over Immigration

The senator says the 2013 shutdown over Obamacare didn't hurt his party at the polls. So why should the GOP fear one over immigration?

No Easy Fix for One of Obamacare's Hardest Problems

Health and Human Services has some ideas for dealing with rate shock, but they have their own risks.

Obama Returns to Vegas a Weaker President

In his second immigration speech at the same Nevada high school, the president faced a very different political reality.

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