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Two Milestones in Education

Increasing diversity in American schools is reframing the mission of Brown v. Board of Education.

Mississippi Could Soon Shut Down Its Only Abortion Clinic

An Appeals Court will consider a state law Monday that would close the state's last remaining abortion clinic. 

Tom Wolf: Democratic Lifesaver or Liability?

The Pennsylvania gubernatorial candidate leads in the polls heading into a May primary, but the businessman is largely an unknown quantity.

John Kerry Gives a Major Warning to Russia on Ukraine

Secretary of State John Kerry is not pleased with what Russia is doing in Ukraine. And in a statement Thursday night, he made his displeasure clear.

Feds Tell States to Stop Picking on Tesla

FTC officials says laws protecting car dealers hurt competition and consumers.

The FCC Caved on Net Neutrality. But It Didn't Really Have a Choice.

Tougher rules for Internet access would be on shaky legal ground.

Oregon's Health Care Website Is Worse Than HealthCare.gov

It's so bad, an advisory panel recommended Thursday that the state move to the federal exchange.    

North Korea's Reactor for Producing Plutonium Appears to Be Operating

In commercial satellite photos taken as recently as this month, water can be seen pouring out of the five-megawatt electric reactor.

Federal Report: Regulatory Confusion Contributed to Texas Chemical Disaster

A fertilizer plant in the Lone Star State fell through multiple loopholes -- some real and some likely imagined, the U.S. Chemical Safety Board says.

In 1920, This Campaign Ad Told Women to Vote 'For Your Own Good'

Oh, how times have changed. Or have they?

Cyber Expert Helping Iranian Exiles Find a Home

Jane Holl Lute, former deputy secretary of Homeland Security, was appointed by the U.N. secretary general.

Durbin: FDA's Weak Limits on E-Cigarettes Endanger Children

The proposed regulations would ban the sale of the products to minors, but they do not crack down on candy-flavored versions.

Does John McCain Care More About Deaths in Syria Than Gun Violence in America?

Contrast in reactions to deaths in Syria and gun violence in America speaks volumes about the GOP.

Why You Can't Compare Hillary Clinton's Age to Ronald Reagan's

Yes, she'd be the age he was upon taking office. But no, that's not relevant.

The Pivot Potential in Asia and at Home

Can President Obama reassure jittery allies and cut a deal?

What Happens When Democrats Lose More Than 100 Years of Committee Experience?

With vacancies pending at Banking, Commerce, HELP, and Armed Services, Dems will be challenged beyond Election Day.

Now Republican Candidates Are Taking Aim at Boehner

Several are going to try it, but it's not clear campaign calls for a clean sweep will gain traction.

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Two Milestones in Education

Increasing diversity in American schools is reframing the mission of Brown v. Board of Education.

Mississippi Could Soon Shut Down Its Only Abortion Clinic

An Appeals Court will consider a state law Monday that would close the state's last remaining abortion clinic. 

Tom Wolf: Democratic Lifesaver or Liability?

The Pennsylvania gubernatorial candidate leads in the polls heading into a May primary, but the businessman is largely an unknown quantity.

John Kerry Gives a Major Warning to Russia on Ukraine

Secretary of State John Kerry is not pleased with what Russia is doing in Ukraine. And in a statement Thursday night, he made his displeasure clear.

Feds Tell States to Stop Picking on Tesla

FTC officials says laws protecting car dealers hurt competition and consumers.

The FCC Caved on Net Neutrality. But It Didn't Really Have a Choice.

Tougher rules for Internet access would be on shaky legal ground.

Oregon's Health Care Website Is Worse Than HealthCare.gov

It's so bad, an advisory panel recommended Thursday that the state move to the federal exchange.    

North Korea's Reactor for Producing Plutonium Appears to Be Operating

In commercial satellite photos taken as recently as this month, water can be seen pouring out of the five-megawatt electric reactor.

Federal Report: Regulatory Confusion Contributed to Texas Chemical Disaster

A fertilizer plant in the Lone Star State fell through multiple loopholes -- some real and some likely imagined, the U.S. Chemical Safety Board says.

In 1920, This Campaign Ad Told Women to Vote 'For Your Own Good'

Oh, how times have changed. Or have they?

Durbin: FDA's Weak Limits on E-Cigarettes Endanger Children

The proposed regulations would ban the sale of the products to minors, but they do not crack down on candy-flavored versions.

Does John McCain Care More About Deaths in Syria Than Gun Violence in America?

Contrast in reactions to deaths in Syria and gun violence in America speaks volumes about the GOP.

Why You Can't Compare Hillary Clinton's Age to Ronald Reagan's

Yes, she'd be the age he was upon taking office. But no, that's not relevant.

The Pivot Potential in Asia and at Home

Can President Obama reassure jittery allies and cut a deal?

What Happens When Democrats Lose More Than 100 Years of Committee Experience?

With vacancies pending at Banking, Commerce, HELP, and Armed Services, Dems will be challenged beyond Election Day.

Now Republican Candidates Are Taking Aim at Boehner

Several are going to try it, but it's not clear campaign calls for a clean sweep will gain traction.

White House Disputes Report on Keystone XL Decision

Rolling Stone reported Wednesday that Obama had "all but decided to deny the permit for the pipeline."

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