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Winners and Losers in the Senate Iran Fight

The weeks-long battle will end with a bipartisan vote, but things got ugly along the way.

Police Can Track Your Cell Phone Without a Warrant -- For Now

Two federal appeals courts have upheld warrantless cell-phone tracking. Will the Supreme Court step in?

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Why Is Obama Visiting Nike to Promote His Trade Bill?

"On Friday, when the president appears at Nike, we will have a more specific, robust discussion about why exactly the president is there," White House press secretary Josh Earn...

The Conservative Answer to Feminism

How one group is trying to change the negative stereotype around what it means to be a right-of-center woman—and usher in a new generation of conservatives.

Republicans Are Trying to Shut Down Nevada’s 2016 Caucus

Nevadans have an opportunity to play a major role in picking the next Republican presidential nominee—and they're determined not to blow it.

Why Hillary Clinton Doesn't Need Americans to Trust Her

Following Bill's political playbook could work for Hillary--but only if she uses the whole thing.

John McCain Actually Applauds a White House National Security Move

Nobody is happier than the Senate Armed Services chairman that President Obama has picked Gen. Joseph Dunford as Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.

Democratic Senate Candidates Are Rallying Against Obama on Trade

In a number of Democratic Senate primaries, opposing the Trans-Pacific Partnership and Trade Promotion Authority has become the default.

Bernie Sanders May Not Beat Hillary Clinton, But He Can Scare Her

The Vermont senator's authentic outrage over how the super rich have distorted America's economy and bought its government will find an eager audience.

Congress Once Again Tries to Save the Postal Service

Sen. Tom Carper has committed himself to shepherding a major reform of the U.S. Postal Service to President Obama's desk.

The Keystone Pipeline Just Lost a Top Washington Advocate

Alberta elections usher in a new leader who says the pipeline is a U.S. domestic issue.

Will Graduate School Make You Rich?

A study says people with advanced degrees are wealthier than the rest of us—but it's not clear why. 

Rand Paul Apparently Paid $100,000 for RandPaul.com

Days before Paul launched his bid for president this year, his campaign shelled out more than $100,000 to a domain-buying firm to purchase a "domain name."

Women Are Owning More and More Small Businesses

But don't celebrate just yet.

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