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Waiting for Daniel

For one former drug dealer and dropout, the journey from D.C. streets to GED is slow and cluttered with obstacles.

Arkansas Governor Says He Won’t Sign 'Religious Freedom' Bill

Gov. Asa Hutchinson said Wednesday that he will send the controversial legislation back to the statehouse, saying that "changes" must be made.

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AT&T Will Have to Face Federal Suit for Limiting 'Unlimited' Data

AT&T tried to use the new net-neutrality rules as a shield from the FTC, but a federal judge didn't buy it. 

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Obama Declares Cyberattacks a 'National Emergency'

A new executive order will allow the government to impose financial sanctions against foreigners waging malicious cyberattacks against the U.S.

Here Are the Parts of Indiana's 'Religious Freedom' Law that People Hate

Opponents of Indiana's new legislation have found plenty of reasons to dislike it. But in practice, their concerns boil down to just a few lines.

Here's What All the Republican Presidential Contenders Think About Gay Marriage

The outward appearances may look the same, but that isn't the whole story.

Schumer-Durbin Rift Could Bring New Blood to Leadership

Change is definitely coming in the Senate Democratic ranks. Just how much will depend on whether Durbin can keep his job as whip.

How Florida's Later, Winner-Take-All Primary Is Both Risky and Rewarding for Jeb Bush

Whichever Republican wins next year's Florida primary will get all of the state's many delegates. But the home-state candidates will have to wait longer to get there.

Great White Hope: Why Some Dems Are Moving Right

The biggest Senate battlegrounds are in the Midwest, where Democrats have been losing ground with some longtime supporters.

Vulnerable Freshmen From Both Parties Band Together to Save Themselves

New members of Congress from battleground districts are almost twice as likely to sign on to bipartisan legislation.

Jeb Bush, Scott Walker, Rick Santorum, and Martin O’Malley Are All Getting Sued Over the Same Campaign-Finance Law

They've staffed up in Iowa and New Hampshire. They've lined up political and communications operatives. They've traveled the country. They've been raising money. Now, a campaig...

Free-Trade Democrats Face Campaign Pressure

Unions and liberal groups are withholding cash and threatening primary challenges against members who back trade deals.

Pentagon Personnel Now Talking on 'NSA-Proof' Smartphones

The Defense Department has rolled out supersecret smartphones for work and maybe play, made by anti-government-surveillance firm Silent Circle, according to company officials.

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