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The Political Manifestos Coming in 2015

To ring in the New Year, we take a look at the books political players are releasing in 2015.

Turtles on Fence Posts and Other Lessons From Departing Senators

An exercise in memorable one-liners. 

The Best Bills That Went Nowhere

Sadly, some of the most original ideas lawmakers proposed in the 113th Congress didn't make it very far.

Obamacare on Track to Beat Enrollment Targets

Obamacare is easily on track to beat the administration's enrollment targets, with more than 6 million people already signed up for coverage.

Sony to Release 'The Interview' Online and in Theaters

The film will be available to stream on Wednesday, and a "number of theaters" will be allowed to show the controversial comedy on Thursday, Sony announced.

What Rand Paul Gets Wrong About Festivus

The senator is again celebrating the Seinfeldian holiday on Twitter. But that sells the fictional festival short.

North Korea Internet Restored After Second Blackout

Hours after Web access was restored, the Communist regime suffered another blackout.

Will Your State Get a White Christmas?

The U.S. has seen an uptick in snow-filled days at Christmastime.

The Best Political Books We Read in 2014

These books weren't all written this year, but they all had a lot to say about where we are now.

How Will the U.S. Punish North Korea?

The U.S. has little economic leverage over North Korea without the help of Russia and China, but their support may be difficult to secure.

Obama's Recent Bold Actions Shape the Contest for 2016

The verdict on Obama unbound will pivot on whether his initiatives improve or diminish the chances of a Democrat succeeding him in 2016.

No, the 113th Congress Wasn't the Least Productive Ever

The last two years were pretty slow on Capitol Hill, but they didn't set a record.

Nine Questions for Hillary Clinton In 2015

She'll need to formulate her campaign's message, tap a trusted team of advisers, and take sides on polarizing issues.

Christmas Celebrations for Members of the Armed Forces, in Pictures.

Members of the U.S. military give as well as receive charitable donations for the holiday. 

North Korea Just Suffered a Nearly 10 Hour Internet Blackout

Is this what a "proportional response" to the Sony hack looks like?  

Rep. Michael Grimm Will Reportedly Plead Guilty to Felony Charge of Tax Evasion

The lawmaker received a 20-count indictment in April.

Google Reveals Government Attempt to Scrub Alleged Prisoner Abuse

The search giant's latest transparency reports offers granular detail about the takedown requests it receives from governments around the world.

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