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The Next Fight Over Gay Rights Has Already Begun

Same-sex couples can marry nationwide, but other forms of discrimination are legal in most of the country.

Carly Fiorina Raises Meager $1.4 Million in Two Months

That's way less than her competition.

Trump Is Not Apologizing for What He Said About Mexican Immigrants

The presidential candidate and mogul has a new three page statement on TK.

President Obama: U.S. Efforts Against the Islamic State Must Target Recruitment—Including in the U.S.

The president spoke Monday after meeting with defense officials at the Pentagon.

Eric Holder: The 'Possibility Exists' That Edward Snowden Could Come Home

"I certainly think there could be a basis for a resolution that everybody could ultimately be satisfied with," the former attorney general said.

Louisiana Rep. Boustany Tells Donors He Plans to Run for Senate in 2016

If Sen. David Vitter wins his race for governor of Louisiana, GOP Rep. Charles Boustany is already prepping a campaign to seek Vitter's seat.

South Carolina State Senate Votes to Remove the Confederate Flag

The state Legislature met on Monday to consider a bill that would remove the Confederate flag that flies on the Capitol grounds.

The U.S. Navy Is Tripling Its Paid Maternity Leave

The policy applies retroactively and is part of a move to recruit more women.

FBI Director: 'I Really Am Not a Maniac' About Encryption

Previewing a round of testimony before Congress later this week, James Comey warned that too-tough-to-crack encryption allows bad actors to "communicate with impunity."

Hillary Clinton Says China Hacks Into 'Everything That Doesn’t Move'

The former secretary of State accused China of stealing large amounts of government information.

Can the GOP's Star Senate Recruit Win Latinos?

With Rep. Joe Heck running for the Senate in Nevada, Republicans got a candidate they want. Now, he has to get results in the nation's most Hispanic-heavy battleground state.

Home Depot Ranks Higher in Cyber Defense Than Pentagon Contractors

Breached retailers and banks are rated higher in cybersecurity than 25 U.S. defense contractors.

A Timeline of Government Data Breaches

Since April 2013, six hacks targeted OPM and its contractors, resulting in the theft of millions of federal workers' personal data.

Outlook: It's Education Week, Finally

At long last, both chambers are ready to tackle a rewrite of the No Child Left Behind law. Bills on medical research and Interior appropriations also are on tap.

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