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How Online Learning Can Close the AP Participation Gap

A University of Iowa program lets students take online courses for free.

Will A Black-Latino Alliance in Mississippi Change Politics in the Deep South?

On immigration and other issues, minorities are having success pushing back against the long-standing conservative white majority.

Why the Obama Administration Is Shaking Up Medicare

Medicare announces new plans to pay more doctors based on value.

Internal Democratic Fights Come to a Head This Week

At Hill meetings and a Philadelphia retreat, the House minority will debate term limits and an economic message.

The GOP Bracket Challenge

There are at least four distinct types of Republican presidential candidates battling for 2016 supremacy.

Obama's Oil Complex

When it comes to oil drilling and environmental restrictions, the White House is all over the map this week—literally.

Keystone Vote Fails in Senate

Democrats flex their muscle in fight over amendments with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.

The 54 Worst Northeast Snowstorms on Record

And why the current blizzard may fall near the top of the list.

Cuomo Blames Northeast Snowstorm on ‘Changing Climate’

The Democratic governor of New York warns that the storm is part of a "new extreme weather pattern."

How Big Is the GOP Presidential Field? Bob Ehrlich Is Preparing to Run

The former Maryland governor is making trips to the early-voting GOP primary states, and discussing how to fund a campaign.

How Chris Christie Learned to Get Tough on Storms

The New Jersey governor learned an important lesson during his first full winter in office.

CBO Predicts Slower Obamacare Growth

The budget office says enrollment will take longer than previously expected.

U.S. Announces Charges Against Alleged Russian Spy Ring in New York

Three people were charged and one man was arrested Monday.

De Blasio to Uber: Surge Pricing During the Blizzard Is Illegal

The New York City mayor promised to crack down on "for-hire vehicles" that raise their prices during the coming winter storm.

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