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The State Department Just Released Hillary Clinton's Benghazi-Related Emails

The emails span two years of her time as secretary of state.

In Biggest Cities, Racial Education Gaps Loom Large

Minorities trail whites in college completion, but there has been more progress in closing gaps at the high school level.

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Exploring energy in all 50 states.

Jeb Bush is All Over the Place on Climate Change

The 2016 hopeful is "concerned" about global warming, but he's a far cry from being a climate champion.

The Patriot Act's Spy Powers Are Set to Expire. Here's How Every U.S. Senator Has Voted Before.

These are the Senate coalitions that will matter most when the legislation comes to a vote.  

Karl Rove's Crossroads Empire Adds a New Senate Defense Arm

The Rove-supported network will be composed of at least four groups, two of which will exist specifically to defend the GOP's hold on the Senate.

McConnell Defends NSA Mass Surveillance And Blasts Reform Efforts

"If a bomb goes off in one of our cities and law enforcement is racing to determine whether a network is poised to conduct additional attacks, time is of the essence."

Can Seattle Go Any Greener?

The city looks to become a hub for smart-building technology. 

America's First Political Cartoons

A look back at some of the illustrations that graced the pages of Puck  magazine, America's first humor magazine that satirized political and social issues of the day.

The Ultimate Washington Wonk Quiz: May 22nd 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 b...

People

Steve Jurczyk, Susan Phalen, Ian Prior, and Heather Molino are profiled.

A Few Bits of Information to Remember When Election Time Rolls Around Again

A few bits of information to remember when election time rolls around again.

How the New Republican Debate Criteria Will Change the Way Candidates Campaign

It shakes up the tactics for 2016 contenders on the polling fringe.

Can a Democrat Be Too Pro-Coal for West Virginia?

In 2016, one West Virginia Democrat may have an unusual problem: a service record in the coal industry so long that even Republicans are picking it apart.

Barack Obama is Going to Synagogue

The president will discuss the Iran talks and more at his visit to Washington's Adas Israel Congregation.  

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