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Justice Department Wants Better 'Police-Community Relations' Ahead of Ferguson Decision

Attorney General Eric Holder announced some guidelines for law-enforcement officers ahead of a big decision in the Michael Brown case. 

Does Social Media Sharing Count as Community Service?

When it comes to being charitable, most Americans agree: In-person action trumps monetary donations and online engagement.

This Is What Real Work Flexibility Looks Like

Employers that have a "results-only work environment" hold workers responsible only for defined outcomes, not hours in the office or on the job.

White House Plans 'Very Aggressive Sales Job' on Immigration

Top aide lays out plan to promote Obama's order beyond Las Vegas speech.

Millennials Love Mail

A new poll shows that the people you'd least expect to use stamps are the ones who like the U.S. Postal Service most.

House Files Lawsuit Against Administration Over Obamacare

GOP accuses White House of exceeding its authority in implementation of health law.

Boehner Promises to Fight Obama on Executive Action

Boehner says Obama's plan makes it nearly impossible to get immigration reform done now. 

Oil Change

As a producer, the United States is gaining on the kings of crude.

Introducing the Softer Side Of Chris Christie

The New Jersey governor may be looking to change up his image in the lead up to a possible presidential run.

The Audacity of John Podesta

He's driving the White House's go-it-alone climate strategy, but will any of it stick after the president is gone? 

Trial Run

Republicans should see the midterms as providing an opportunity to show they can responsibly govern.

Electoral Roller Coaster

If neither party can ease economic woes for voters, both will find it hard to hold on to political power for long.

The Koch Brothers' Next Frontier

Republicans at the state and local levels are greener than the national party, but perhaps not for long.

People

G. Wayne Clough, Scott Belcher, Nichole Francis Reynolds, D. Rachael Bishop.

Obama's Forging His Own Reality

By issuing his sweeping order on immigration, the president has decided to view political failure as a mandate for pushing through Democratic priorities.

Obama's Net-Neutrality Plan Could Mean New Internet Fees

The president wants to treat the Internet like a utility, which could trigger new government tolls.

Obama's Executive Action Isn't Outrageous. It's How Immigration Reform Gets Done.

Since 1965, almost every legislative change on immigration has been preceded by a White House decision to allow some undocumented foreigners to stay here legally.

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Justice Department Wants Better 'Police-Community Relations' Ahead of Ferguson Decision

Attorney General Eric Holder announced some guidelines for law-enforcement officers ahead of a big decision in the Michael Brown case. 

Does Social Media Sharing Count as Community Service?

When it comes to being charitable, most Americans agree: In-person action trumps monetary donations and online engagement.

This Is What Real Work Flexibility Looks Like

Employers that have a "results-only work environment" hold workers responsible only for defined outcomes, not hours in the office or on the job.

White House Plans 'Very Aggressive Sales Job' on Immigration

Top aide lays out plan to promote Obama's order beyond Las Vegas speech.

Millennials Love Mail

A new poll shows that the people you'd least expect to use stamps are the ones who like the U.S. Postal Service most.

House Files Lawsuit Against Administration Over Obamacare

GOP accuses White House of exceeding its authority in implementation of health law.

Boehner Promises to Fight Obama on Executive Action

Boehner says Obama's plan makes it nearly impossible to get immigration reform done now. 

Introducing the Softer Side Of Chris Christie

The New Jersey governor may be looking to change up his image in the lead up to a possible presidential run.

Trial Run

Republicans should see the midterms as providing an opportunity to show they can responsibly govern.

Obama's Forging His Own Reality

By issuing his sweeping order on immigration, the president has decided to view political failure as a mandate for pushing through Democratic priorities.

Obama's Net-Neutrality Plan Could Mean New Internet Fees

The president wants to treat the Internet like a utility, which could trigger new government tolls.

Obama's Executive Action Isn't Outrageous. It's How Immigration Reform Gets Done.

Since 1965, almost every legislative change on immigration has been preceded by a White House decision to allow some undocumented foreigners to stay here legally.

Hillary Clinton Breaks Her Silence on Immigration Reform

"I support the President's decision to begin fixing our broken immigration system," she said in a statement.

Obama Sets Out to Change 'Broken' Immigration System on His Own

The president announced major action on immigration in an address from the White House Thursday night.

Obama's Executive Order to Protect 4.4 Million Undocumented Immigrants

Plan will grant some, but not all, of what immigrant activist groups had been seeking.

The Real-Life 'Alpha House' Is Going on the Market

The most famous frat house in Congress is ending its decades-long run, leaving a pair of high-ranking Democratic senators searching for a new place to live.

How the White House Is Fueling Republicans' Obamacare Arguments

A new report propels GOP claims that the administration is not being transparent.

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