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Judge: U.S. Search Warrants Apply to Emails Stored on Foreign Servers

A district court judge ruled Thursday that Microsoft must comply with law-enforcement demands even for user data stored on servers in Ireland.

The House Is Not Happy With Kevin McCarthy for Delaying Recess

After GOP leadership pulled a border bill and suggested more votes could come, the House let McCarthy hear it.

Ex-Leaders Urge More Russian, Western Dialogue to Avert Ukraine 'Escalation'

Former top Russian and European diplomats are asking their countries' leaders to ramp up cooperation, not eschew it, to resolve a major rift over Ukraine.

The CDC Just Raised Its Warning Level for U.S. Travel to Three African Countries

Here's what that means.

Russia May be Deploying Missile Tied to Treaty Violation

A U.S. analyst says Russia may be putting a new type of missile into launch-ready position, despite its link to an intensifying nuclear feud with Washington.

Meet the 22-Year-Old Who Is Closing the Summer Achievement Gap

Karim Abouelnaga, the founder of Practice Makes Perfect, explains how he became obsessed with the knowledge kids lose during long vacations.

Pakistani Leader Said Intent on Developing New Nuclear 'Understanding' with India

As new peace talks approach, Nawaz Sharif's government is said to eye a "very comprehensive proposal" with India on easing atomic-arms tensions.

Syrian Defector Brings Torture Photos to Congress

The former photographer for the Syrian military police said an additional 150,000 people could be killed.

Air Force Defends Shielding Nuclear Force from Service Cutbacks

Air Force brass on Wednesday defended their decision to spare nuclear-arms personnel from the force cutbacks happening in other parts of the service.

When Supporting a Family Means Running Two Businesses

When her parents became ill, Ericka Trinh took over her mom's St. Paul beauty salon and started a bakery business on the side. She doesn't sleep.

Bullying, Threats and Chaos at Safety Agency

"Chilled" atmosphere at Chemical Safety Board accelerates criticism of chairman.

What It Means to Be a Black Female Candidate

Stacey Abrams is rising fast in Georgia. Some things she learned along the way.

Obamacare Website Has Cost $840 Million

A slew of management failures led to the site's disastrous launch, according to a new GAO report.

Should Democratic Candidates Care About Hillary Clinton’s 2016 Timeline?

Long-lasting question marks around a possible Clinton presidential run could leave Democrats unprepared for 2016.

State Parties Gone Wild

There's been a lot of turmoil at the grassroots level in key battleground states.

Still Squabbling Over Amendments, Senate Remains Stalled on Appropriations

With none of the 12 annual spending bills approved two months before the start of the next fiscal year, senators are discussing stopgap measures.

The Simmering Climate Battle Over Natural-Gas Exports

A fight is brewing over whether Energy Department regulators should weigh the impact of liquefied natural gas on global warming.

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Judge: U.S. Search Warrants Apply to Emails Stored on Foreign Servers

A district court judge ruled Thursday that Microsoft must comply with law-enforcement demands even for user data stored on servers in Ireland.

The House Is Not Happy With Kevin McCarthy for Delaying Recess

After GOP leadership pulled a border bill and suggested more votes could come, the House let McCarthy hear it.

Ex-Leaders Urge More Russian, Western Dialogue to Avert Ukraine 'Escalation'

Former top Russian and European diplomats are asking their countries' leaders to ramp up cooperation, not eschew it, to resolve a major rift over Ukraine.

The CDC Just Raised Its Warning Level for U.S. Travel to Three African Countries

Here's what that means.

Russia May be Deploying Missile Tied to Treaty Violation

A U.S. analyst says Russia may be putting a new type of missile into launch-ready position, despite its link to an intensifying nuclear feud with Washington.

Meet the 22-Year-Old Who Is Closing the Summer Achievement Gap

Karim Abouelnaga, the founder of Practice Makes Perfect, explains how he became obsessed with the knowledge kids lose during long vacations.

Pakistani Leader Said Intent on Developing New Nuclear 'Understanding' with India

As new peace talks approach, Nawaz Sharif's government is said to eye a "very comprehensive proposal" with India on easing atomic-arms tensions.

Syrian Defector Brings Torture Photos to Congress

The former photographer for the Syrian military police said an additional 150,000 people could be killed.

Air Force Defends Shielding Nuclear Force from Service Cutbacks

Air Force brass on Wednesday defended their decision to spare nuclear-arms personnel from the force cutbacks happening in other parts of the service.

When Supporting a Family Means Running Two Businesses

When her parents became ill, Ericka Trinh took over her mom's St. Paul beauty salon and started a bakery business on the side. She doesn't sleep.

Bullying, Threats and Chaos at Safety Agency

"Chilled" atmosphere at Chemical Safety Board accelerates criticism of chairman.

What It Means to Be a Black Female Candidate

Stacey Abrams is rising fast in Georgia. Some things she learned along the way.

Obamacare Website Has Cost $840 Million

A slew of management failures led to the site's disastrous launch, according to a new GAO report.

Should Democratic Candidates Care About Hillary Clinton’s 2016 Timeline?

Long-lasting question marks around a possible Clinton presidential run could leave Democrats unprepared for 2016.

State Parties Gone Wild

There's been a lot of turmoil at the grassroots level in key battleground states.

Still Squabbling Over Amendments, Senate Remains Stalled on Appropriations

With none of the 12 annual spending bills approved two months before the start of the next fiscal year, senators are discussing stopgap measures.

The Simmering Climate Battle Over Natural-Gas Exports

A fight is brewing over whether Energy Department regulators should weigh the impact of liquefied natural gas on global warming.

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