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OPM May Announce Size of Second Data Breach Next Week

The embattled federal agency is planning to reveal details about a breach of security-clearance information as soon as early next week, according to Hill sources.

Antonin Scalia's Top 5 Dissents of the Year

Scalia doesn't go down without a fight, and this term gave him plenty of ammunition.

Why the Supreme Court Could Spell Trouble For Obama’s Agenda

Monday's ruling could compel agencies to take costs into account when deciding to regulate.

Meet Martin O’Malley, Hillary Clinton’s Latest Unlikely National Security Critic

The former Maryland governor offers a warier foreign policy, contrasting himself with a more hawkish Clinton and Republican field. 

NBC to Donald Trump: You're Dismissed!

The presidential candidate no longer has his reality TV show to fall back on.

Make Your Own Supreme Court Decision (And See How the Real One Voted)

Everyone loves a good 5-4 split. But how often do they happen?

Feds: App Secretly Hijacked Phones to Mine Digital Money

The "Prized" app drained batteries and burned through mobile data, according to regulators.

Why Some Supreme Court Justices Think It's Time to End the Death Penalty

One justice said Oklahoma's lethal-injection protocol "leaves peti­tioners exposed to what may well be the chemical equiva­lent of being burned at the stake."  ...

SCOTUS Deeply Divided In Fractured Rulings on Death Penalty

The Court upheld a controversial execution method, but two justices said it's time to review whether the death penalty is unconstitutional.

Supreme Court Deals Blow to Obama Environmental Agenda

In 5-4 decision, Court overturns rules on toxic emissions from power plants.

Supreme Court Upholds Arizona Congressional Lines

In an opinion by Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the Court ruled that independent redistricting commissions are constitutional.

Supreme Court Tees Up New Battle Over Affirmative Action

The Court has been cool to affirmative action programs in the past.

Bernie Sanders Is the Best Challenger Hillary Clinton Could've Hoped For

The Vermont senator could make the Democratic front-runner a better candidate in the short-term, and as the race goes on, Clinton's campaign is confident it'll be able to bring...

Education Fights to Take Center Stage

The House and Senate will take up new versions of the controversial No Child Left Behind law in July.

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