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FCC Rejects Bid to Ban 'Redskins' from TV

The name may be offensive, but saying it on the air isn't illegal, the regulators ruled.

The New White House Fence Could Wind Up Being Really, Really Tall

An independent panel has a few recommendations for the Secret Service about how to fix the presidential perimeter.

Cuba Provides a Stark Contrast Between Rand Paul and the 2016 GOP Field

On Thursday, the Kentucky Republican said opening trade with Cuba "is probably a good idea."

Scientists Are Stoked About Obama’s New Cuba Policy

The thaw in relations between the two countries could be good for science.

White House Floats New Climate Guidelines for Energy, Infrastructure Development

The White House unveiled draft plans Thursday to ensure that federal agencies evaluate how certain energy, mining, construction, and other projects and policies will affect cli...

The National Hockey League Is Going Carbon Neutral

League commits to offsetting emissions for current season.

The Real Reason Progressive Groups Want Elizabeth Warren to Run for President

It all comes back to Hillary Clinton.

On Cuba, Clinton Stands With Obama

The former secretary of State embraced the president's plan for greater engagement.

Jeb Bush's 2016 Move Fuels Democratic Debate

If he captures the GOP nomination—and a share of the minority vote—Democrats will urgently need to boost their appeal among whites.

Slashing IRS Budget Carries a Heavy Price

Cutting the agency's funding will result in a serious drop in revenue due to fewer audits and less oversight—which will worsen our federal budget deficits. 

The Right's Plan to Beat the Republican Establishment: Act Like the Republican Establishment.

The tea party is growing up, and while its ideas aren't changing, its tactics are changing rapidly.

Return of the Kingmaker: Jim DeMint Is Getting Back in the Game

The conservative movement, inside and outside of Congress, has been abuzz about what his renewed presence could mean for the incoming GOP Senate majority.

Ted Cruz: Obama's New Cuba Policy 'Will Be Remembered as a Tragic Mistake'

The junior senator from Texas, whose father emigrated from Cuba, said Wednesday that Obama's announcement is seriously misguided.

Enzi Wins Budget Gavel Fight as Sessions Drops Bid

The Senate panel's current top Republican, a prominent immigration hawk, will have to step aside in January.

Phone Companies Have a New Regulator to Worry About

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is demanding that Sprint refund consumers millions of dollars for unwanted charges.

Rand Paul Gets Private Audience at Goldman Sachs

Exhibit A of Rand Paul wrapping his arms around the moneyed class.  

Sony Cancels Release of The Interview Amid Hacker Threats of Violence

The decision comes after the nation's largest theaters had pulled the film amid recent threats of terrorism from the "Guardians of the Peace" hackers.

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