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Jared Polis Just Proposed Something Unusual: Banning Steve King From Legislating

Fed up with King's policies, Polis attempted Friday afternoon to silence his conservative colleague.

The Recession Isn't Over For Many Families

The number of households with at least one unemployed person is still higher than before the Great Recession.

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America's Energy

Exploring energy in all 50 states.

Meet the GOP's Mega-Donors

These billionaires may determine which Republicans get a real shot at the White House.

Is That an FM Radio In Your Pocket?

Broadcasters, tech companies, and musicians are clashing over the FM chips that live in most smartphones.

Obama Compares Progressive Opposition to Trade Deal to ‘Death Panels’ as the Left Ramps Up Opposition

With trade legislation advancing in Congress, the White House and left-wing groups are turning their guns on each other.

Historic Atlanta Is Dead. Can These Young Creatives Revive It?

They're bringing performance art and lofty urban planning to a forgotten part of the city—and it might revitalize the old downtown.

Photos: The Real 'Rosie the Riveter' Women

In tribute of Mary Doyle Keefe, the model for Norman Rockwell's infamous painting, we take a look at the women who worked on the home front during World War II.

Why Senior Executives Leave Government

Senior executives who leave federal service do so largely because of the political environment and to make more money. 

How Online Video Helped Kill the Comcast-Time Warner Cable Deal

The FCC and DOJ were worried that a supersized Comcast could stifle any would-be competitors.

The Lessons of No Child Left Behind

As Congress debates a rewrite of the controversial education policy, what have we learned about closing achievement gaps?

Unequal Until the End

Even for the affluent, old age has its challenges. For the impoverished, it's a struggle through every last step.

The Ultimate Washington Wonk Quiz - April 24th Edition

Each week, Josh Kraushaar and National Journal's politics team will try to stump you with a selection of absurdly esoteric political trivia, from the week in Washington and bey...

Iowa Dems Are Reeling. Can Hillary Clinton Help?

The 2016 contender is deploying significant resources in Iowa, and her party hopes it helps more than her own candidacy.

Washington Movers at Boeing and the Bar

James Koukios, Greta Lundeberg, and Warren Payne are profiled.

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