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The Gulf Between African Americans, Whites in Distrust of the Police

Seventy percent of African Americans say police do a poor job treating different racial groups equally. Twenty-five percent of whites say the same.

Here Are All Seven Media Questions Hillary Clinton Has Answered During Her Campaign

The Democratic front-runner has largely ignored journalists in the first two weeks of her presidential run, instead speaking directly to voters.

36 States and Counting: Mapping the Legalization of Gay Marriage

For many states, legal same-sex marriage came long before the U.S. Supreme Court took up the issue.

Can the 'Green Pope' Change Minds on Climate Change?

Pope Francis will shape the climate fight, but he may not move any skeptics.

U.S. Special Forces Are Headed to Nepal

Nearly 70 rescue personnel and 45 tons of cargo will be sent to help with earthquake recovery. 

Report: Defense Department Sitting on $1.5 Billion for Afghanistan Reconstruction Projects

Money intended for local transportation, power, and education has yet to be spent.

Postal Service Trucks Average 10 Miles Per Gallon. Can USPS's Order of 180,000 New Vehicles Do Better?

The agency's recent downsizing efforts freed up some operational cash, which could allow USPS to invest in "one of the largest civilian fleets in the world."

The Proof of the Clintons' Wrongdoing

Her campaign and the media are misreading the scandals.

Outlook: Finishing a Budget, and Fending Off a Gyrocopter

Members want to finalize a spending blueprint and stiffen the Capitol's defenses.

A Test for the Iran Deal—and the 2016 Contenders

Marco Rubio and others can use the open amendment process to make a push on hot-button issues.

Hotline's Senate Race Rankings: Majority Up for Grabs

Republicans have to defend many more seats than Democrats in 2016, putting their majority at risk. But they have opportunities in Nevada and Colorado.

The FCC’s $365 Million Man

Travis LeBlanc, the head of the FCC's Enforcement Bureau, is cracking down on the telecom giants.

Can Same-Sex Marriage Lose?

The stakes are high, but almost everyone seems to expect the same outcome.

Medicare Might Become Congress's Favorite Piggy Bank

Lobbying groups fear that the program will become Capitol Hill's favorite piggy bank.

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