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Obama Starts 'Fourth Quarter' With a Spring in His Step

The president delivered what may have been the best press conference of his tenure Friday.

Photos of notable U.S. politicians we lost in 2014.

Remembering mayors and governors, representatives, and senators from across the country.

FCC Acts to Help Online Video Compete With Cable

The commission's plan to redefine TV would make it easier for online sites to offer popular channels.

Environmentalists Split With the Obama Administration Over Key Power Plant Rules

Federal rules follow six years of lobbying, but advocates worry nothing much is changed.

Here's What Happened at Obama's End-of-Year News Conference

The president just wrapped up his annual year-end presser. He had some big words for Sony.

Google Hits Back, Sues Mississippi for 'Unjustified Attack'

The Internet giant is fighting a campaign it believes is orchestrated by the movie industry.

Rand Paul Is Starting a Twitter Fight With Marco Rubio Over Cuba

The Kentucky senator is redefining Senate rules of debate.

If You Have T-Mobile, You Could Be Getting a Refund Courtesy of the Feds

The cellular carrier settles federal charges that it placed bogus fees on consumers' bills.

U.S. Officially Blames North Korea for Sony Hack

The reclusive regime is at fault for the unprecedented cyberattack that prompted the canceled release of The Interview , investigators have determined.

In the Search for Affordable Childcare, Location is Everything

The cost of center-based services for children varies widely throughout the U.S., and so can the availability of financial assistance for low-income families.

GOP Governors Eyeing the White House Have Plenty to Lose at Home

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, Ohio Gov. John Kasich, and Indiana Gov. Mike Pence are all considering a White House run in 2016, but they have to ...

Carly Fiorina Hiring for Presidential Campaign

Despite her improving political skills, the California businesswoman would be an underdog in a likely all-male GOP field.  

Google: Hollywood Is 'Trying to Secretly Censor the Internet'

Leaked emails reveal movie studios have been encouraging state officials to go after Google as part of a fight against online piracy.

FCC Rejects Bid to Ban 'Redskins' From TV

The name may be offensive, but saying it on the air isn't illegal, the regulators ruled.

The New White House Fence Could Wind Up Being Really, Really Tall

An independent panel has a few recommendations for the Secret Service about how to fix the presidential perimeter.

Cuba Provides a Stark Contrast Between Rand Paul and the 2016 GOP Field

On Thursday, the Kentucky Republican said opening trade with Cuba "is probably a good idea."

Scientists Are Stoked About Obama’s New Cuba Policy

The thaw in relations between the two countries could be good for science.

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