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Rep. Eshoo Calls for ‘Re-brand’ of Net Neutrality

Americans "can't tell which jargon box to check," says the California Democrat.

CDC Counts 68 Ebola Scares in United States

The virus has claimed more than 1,200 lives in the West African nations of Guinea, Sierra Leone, Liberia, and Nigeria.

Monkeys Can't Get a Copyright

The U.S. Copyright Office includes monkeys on a list of things that do not qualify for copyright protection.

John Kerry: ISIS 'Must Be Destroyed'

The secretary of State, who met James Foley's family when the journalist was abducted, has strong words about the U.S. mission against the militant group.

McConnell Promises Spending Standoff Over Obama’s Green Agenda

The GOP leader stopped short of an explicit shutdown threat, but he did say a Republican majority would use the budget to go after EPA's environmental rules. 

How Will Latino Voters Change the Global Warming Fight?

Public-opinion polls show Hispanic voters care deeply about climate change and conservation.

Darrell Issa to Investigate ‘Do-Nothing’ Patent Office Employees

Move over, IRS. Darrell Issa has a new enemy.

The Battle Over Government-Run Internet Heats Up at FCC

A Republican aide claims the federal board can't overturn state restrictions.

Obama: ISIS 'Has No Place in the 21st Century'

The president condemned on Wednesday the militant group responsible for the murder of journalist James Foley.

The Unlikely Battleground for Reproductive Rights: Alaska

On the heels of Alaska's Senate primary, Planned Parenthood's political arm has launched its largest digital ad buy of the cycle.

Watch George W. Bush Get a Bucket of Ice Water Dumped on His Head

For the ALS charity. Bill Clinton may be next.

Is Alaska's Senate Race Slipping Away From the GOP?

Thanks to a tougher-than-expected primary and a politically smart incumbent, Republicans are playing catch up in a key Senate battleground. But will the state's GOP lean ultima...

Indictment Draws Attention as Rick Perry Seeks Second Chance in New Hampshire

Perry heads back to New Hampshire this week to try to show Republicans he's worth another look after a disastrous 2012 campaign.

Equality, Opportunity, and the American Dream

Equal opportunity must and will remain the quintessential American ideal. The challenge is to live up to it.

This Is How Fragile Peace Is in Ferguson

The atmosphere in the St. Louis suburb turned from peaceful to tense early Wednesday morning when a bottle was thrown from a crowd of protesters at police.

Twitter Is Struggling to Block Video of James Foley’s Death

The social-media network is again playing defense against ISIS—with mixed results.

These Are the Stories James Foley Risked His Life to Tell

James Foley, a journalist who disappeared in Syria nearly two years ago, has reportedly been murdered by members of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria.

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Rep. Eshoo Calls for ‘Re-brand’ of Net Neutrality

Americans "can't tell which jargon box to check," says the California Democrat.

CDC Counts 68 Ebola Scares in United States

The virus has claimed more than 1,200 lives in the West African nations of Guinea, Sierra Leone, Liberia, and Nigeria.

Monkeys Can't Get a Copyright

The U.S. Copyright Office includes monkeys on a list of things that do not qualify for copyright protection.

John Kerry: ISIS 'Must Be Destroyed'

The secretary of State, who met James Foley's family when the journalist was abducted, has strong words about the U.S. mission against the militant group.

McConnell Promises Spending Standoff Over Obama’s Green Agenda

The GOP leader stopped short of an explicit shutdown threat, but he did say a Republican majority would use the budget to go after EPA's environmental rules. 

How Will Latino Voters Change the Global Warming Fight?

Public-opinion polls show Hispanic voters care deeply about climate change and conservation.

Darrell Issa to Investigate ‘Do-Nothing’ Patent Office Employees

Move over, IRS. Darrell Issa has a new enemy.

The Battle Over Government-Run Internet Heats Up at FCC

A Republican aide claims the federal board can't overturn state restrictions.

Obama: ISIS 'Has No Place in the 21st Century'

The president condemned on Wednesday the militant group responsible for the murder of journalist James Foley.

The Unlikely Battleground for Reproductive Rights: Alaska

On the heels of Alaska's Senate primary, Planned Parenthood's political arm has launched its largest digital ad buy of the cycle.

Watch George W. Bush Get a Bucket of Ice Water Dumped on His Head

For the ALS charity. Bill Clinton may be next.

Is Alaska's Senate Race Slipping Away From the GOP?

Thanks to a tougher-than-expected primary and a politically smart incumbent, Republicans are playing catch up in a key Senate battleground. But will the state's GOP lean ultima...

Indictment Draws Attention as Rick Perry Seeks Second Chance in New Hampshire

Perry heads back to New Hampshire this week to try to show Republicans he's worth another look after a disastrous 2012 campaign.

Equality, Opportunity, and the American Dream

Equal opportunity must and will remain the quintessential American ideal. The challenge is to live up to it.

This Is How Fragile Peace Is in Ferguson

The atmosphere in the St. Louis suburb turned from peaceful to tense early Wednesday morning when a bottle was thrown from a crowd of protesters at police.

Twitter Is Struggling to Block Video of James Foley’s Death

The social-media network is again playing defense against ISIS—with mixed results.

These Are the Stories James Foley Risked His Life to Tell

James Foley, a journalist who disappeared in Syria nearly two years ago, has reportedly been murdered by members of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria.

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