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Can Jeb Hensarling Learn to Compromise?

Critics call him stubborn and ineffective. He says he's playing the "long game."

Is It Real, or Is It a Political Head Fake?

Although Republicans still appear to have the edge in winning the Senate majority, this fight could still go either way.

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How a Supercomputer in Houston is Helping to Secure America's Energy Future

The world's largest commercial research supercomputer now sits in a three-story, space-age building in Houston. The global energy company BP paid a hefty price for this technol...

Friday's White House Intruder Was Far From the First

Tourists, "cranks," and other eccentrics in the past made it unscathed into the executive mansion.

The U.S. Military Has Begun Striking ISIS in Syria

Fighters, bombers, and Tomahawk missiles are being used against Islamic State forces in Syria Monday night, says the Pentagon.

Report: The Federal Consumer Watchdog Has Data on Up to 600 Million Credit-Card Accounts

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is designed as a hedge against abusive business practices, but its bulk information collection is under fire.

The FCC Wants to Get Creative on Net Neutrality

The commission hints at some possible new approaches for regulations.

White House Fence-Jumper Had More Than 800 Rounds of Ammunition in His Car

He also once walked around the executive building carrying a hatchet.

Black College Graduates Leave With Diplomas and Debt—a Lot of Debt

Major gaps in student loan borrowing persist between black and white college students.

Google Announces Plans to Cut Ties With ALEC

Chairman Eric Schmidt said the conservative group was "lying" about climate change.

Americans Increasingly Support Religion in Politics

A new study finds that Americans think the influence religion has in daily life is declining, and that they don't like it.

Is the White House Door Locked Yet?

After a man gained entry with a knife, White House press secretary Josh Earnest said the front door to the White House will be locked when not in use.

How to Measure Success at the Climate-Change Summit

Pledges to battle global warming are piling up around this week's United Nations meeting, but assessing the final results may take awhile.

Do You Have a Rebel's Brain?

Scientists use this test to determine how people feel about the status quo. Where do you fall?

Bitcoin, the Greatest Scam of All Time?

Frank Abagnale, con-artist extraordinaire of Catch Me If You Can fame, says the cryptocurrency is "a way to rob people of their life savings."

How Soon We Forget the Veteran Who Attacked the White House

The story behind Friday's intrusion: a VA system failing millions like Omar J. Gonzalez.

With National Security Emerging as Top Issue, Candidates Adjust Strategies

In Arkansas, Democrats thought Tom Cotton's hawkishness would be a major vulnerability. Now, it's a late-breaking asset.

Philanthropies Are Divesting From Fossil Fuels—But Does It Matter?

Fifty philanthropies are going public with plans to dump their shares in petroleum and coal companies, pledges that arrive a day before Tuesday's big United Nations climate-cha...

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Can Jeb Hensarling Learn to Compromise?

Critics call him stubborn and ineffective. He says he's playing the "long game."

Is It Real, or Is It a Political Head Fake?

Although Republicans still appear to have the edge in winning the Senate majority, this fight could still go either way.

Sponsor Content

How a Supercomputer in Houston is Helping to Secure America's Energy Future

The world's largest commercial research supercomputer now sits in a three-story, space-age building in Houston. The global energy company BP paid a hefty price for this technol...

The U.S. Military Has Begun Striking ISIS in Syria

Fighters, bombers, and Tomahawk missiles are being used against Islamic State forces in Syria Monday night, says the Pentagon.

Report: The Federal Consumer Watchdog Has Data on Up to 600 Million Credit-Card Accounts

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is designed as a hedge against abusive business practices, but its bulk information collection is under fire.

The FCC Wants to Get Creative on Net Neutrality

The commission hints at some possible new approaches for regulations.

White House Fence-Jumper Had More Than 800 Rounds of Ammunition in His Car

He also once walked around the executive building carrying a hatchet.

Black College Graduates Leave With Diplomas and Debt—a Lot of Debt

Major gaps in student loan borrowing persist between black and white college students.

Google Announces Plans to Cut Ties With ALEC

Chairman Eric Schmidt said the conservative group was "lying" about climate change.

Americans Increasingly Support Religion in Politics

A new study finds that Americans think the influence religion has in daily life is declining, and that they don't like it.

Is the White House Door Locked Yet?

After a man gained entry with a knife, White House press secretary Josh Earnest said the front door to the White House will be locked when not in use.

How to Measure Success at the Climate-Change Summit

Pledges to battle global warming are piling up around this week's United Nations meeting, but assessing the final results may take awhile.

Do You Have a Rebel's Brain?

Scientists use this test to determine how people feel about the status quo. Where do you fall?

Bitcoin, the Greatest Scam of All Time?

Frank Abagnale, con-artist extraordinaire of Catch Me If You Can fame, says the cryptocurrency is "a way to rob people of their life savings."

How Soon We Forget the Veteran Who Attacked the White House

The story behind Friday's intrusion: a VA system failing millions like Omar J. Gonzalez.

With National Security Emerging as Top Issue, Candidates Adjust Strategies

In Arkansas, Democrats thought Tom Cotton's hawkishness would be a major vulnerability. Now, it's a late-breaking asset.

Philanthropies Are Divesting From Fossil Fuels—But Does It Matter?

Fifty philanthropies are going public with plans to dump their shares in petroleum and coal companies, pledges that arrive a day before Tuesday's big United Nations climate-cha...

Ahead of Midterms, Conservatives Lament Lack of Clear Agenda

Some House Republicans worry their party has failed to vote on an Obamacare alternative and other key issues.

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