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Republicans Launch Robo-Calls as Georgia Senate Race Heats Up

In this tight contest, the NRSC's latest effort tries to tie Michelle Nunn to the president.

The Woman Who Turned Obamacare Into Neighborhood Self-Help

King County, Wash., transferred almost all of its federal enrollment money to community leaders within vulnerable uninsured populations.

Photos: Ottawa Reacts to Attack by Gunman

With a mixture of mourning and resolve, residents and law enforcement in Canada's capital try to make sense of the act. 

Why a Stoner Stereotype Won't Spoil North Carolina's Senate Race

How conservatives think of potheads is just as kitschy as you'd think—which is why it likely won't swing an important election.

Here's a Photo of President Obama Hugging a Nurse Who Survived Ebola

It's been a whirlwind month for Nina Pham.

Congress Says NIH Should Have Spent Money on Ebola Instead of Puppet Shows and Rabbit Massages

Lawmakers say more research funds should have been devoted toward the development of a vaccine for the virus, which has no cure.

Why Your Smartphone Won't Be Faster Anytime Soon

Thanks to a lawsuit from TV stations, the FCC is delaying an airwave auction until 2016.

The Case for Trailer Parks

Pre-fab houses are a cheap and energy-efficient way for low-income Americans to become homeowners—plus, the units can be pretty spiffy these days.

Ebola: What We've Learned

There's a lot to keep track of with this story. Here's what we know.

Report: Many of America's Ebola-Preparedness Supplies Have Expired

An inspector general's report found that the Homeland Security Department did not adequately manage pandemic supplies.

New York Newspapers Were Remarkably Calm About Ebola This Morning

There's a fourth confirmed case of Ebola in the U.S. But people still shouldn't panic.

The GOP’s Weird Science on Ebola

First they complained the "Ebola czar" isn't a medical expert. Now they're ignoring medical expertise.

James Foley's Parents Want to Change America's Position on Negotiating With Terrorists

Diane and John Foley are launching a new effort to start a conversation on the U.S. policy that they say led to their son's execution by the Islamic State group.

House Dems Spend Another $1.3 Million on TV to Prevent Losses

The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee is spending more to support five members in Illinois, Minnesota, New York, and West Virginia.

Who Is Mark Zuckerberg’s Campaign Cash Going to?

The Facebook CEO is giving to candidates that support immigration reform—or at least he was.

Rand Paul: Master of Political Message-Switching

In his speeches, Paul shows how good he is at tailoring his message to fit his audience. But that could come back to bite him as he goes national.

In a Catholic Stronghold, Evangelicals Flexing Their Political Power

As influence wanes in U.S., evangelicals are coming into their own in Brazil.

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Republicans Launch Robo-Calls as Georgia Senate Race Heats Up

In this tight contest, the NRSC's latest effort tries to tie Michelle Nunn to the president.

The Woman Who Turned Obamacare Into Neighborhood Self-Help

King County, Wash., transferred almost all of its federal enrollment money to community leaders within vulnerable uninsured populations.

Photos: Ottawa Reacts to Attack by Gunman

With a mixture of mourning and resolve, residents and law enforcement in Canada's capital try to make sense of the act. 

Why a Stoner Stereotype Won't Spoil North Carolina's Senate Race

How conservatives think of potheads is just as kitschy as you'd think—which is why it likely won't swing an important election.

Here's a Photo of President Obama Hugging a Nurse Who Survived Ebola

It's been a whirlwind month for Nina Pham.

Congress Says NIH Should Have Spent Money on Ebola Instead of Puppet Shows and Rabbit Massages

Lawmakers say more research funds should have been devoted toward the development of a vaccine for the virus, which has no cure.

Why Your Smartphone Won't Be Faster Anytime Soon

Thanks to a lawsuit from TV stations, the FCC is delaying an airwave auction until 2016.

The Case for Trailer Parks

Pre-fab houses are a cheap and energy-efficient way for low-income Americans to become homeowners—plus, the units can be pretty spiffy these days.

Ebola: What We've Learned

There's a lot to keep track of with this story. Here's what we know.

Report: Many of America's Ebola-Preparedness Supplies Have Expired

An inspector general's report found that the Homeland Security Department did not adequately manage pandemic supplies.

New York Newspapers Were Remarkably Calm About Ebola This Morning

There's a fourth confirmed case of Ebola in the U.S. But people still shouldn't panic.

The GOP’s Weird Science on Ebola

First they complained the "Ebola czar" isn't a medical expert. Now they're ignoring medical expertise.

James Foley's Parents Want to Change America's Position on Negotiating With Terrorists

Diane and John Foley are launching a new effort to start a conversation on the U.S. policy that they say led to their son's execution by the Islamic State group.

House Dems Spend Another $1.3 Million on TV to Prevent Losses

The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee is spending more to support five members in Illinois, Minnesota, New York, and West Virginia.

Who Is Mark Zuckerberg’s Campaign Cash Going to?

The Facebook CEO is giving to candidates that support immigration reform—or at least he was.

Rand Paul: Master of Political Message-Switching

In his speeches, Paul shows how good he is at tailoring his message to fit his audience. But that could come back to bite him as he goes national.

In a Catholic Stronghold, Evangelicals Flexing Their Political Power

As influence wanes in U.S., evangelicals are coming into their own in Brazil.

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