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Fiscal Showdown

The Foreign-Exchange Program That Won't Die

Why can't Congress kill funding for a U.S.-Russia exchange program? Because Congress runs it.

The ‘Rubio Doctrine’ Is a Rerun

For all his attempts to position himself as a fresh-faced foreign policy leader, Marco Rubio stands on the same national security stool the GOP recycles roughly every four years.

Despite Risks, Democrats Maintain Stand on Pentagon Spending

The minority party is betting that opposition to the defense bill won't hurt it next November.

Rubio Crystallizes Super-Hawk Foreign Policy With Specific Plans of Action

At an event at the Council on Foreign Relations on Wednesday, the GOP presidential contender also said he wouldn't have authorized the Iraq invasion.

NASA Has Big Plans for the Next 20 Years—But Can Its Budget Keep Up?

The agency released a new series of draft 2015 Technology Roadmaps, but budgetary problems are crowding the horizon.

Why Obama is Worried About 'Class Segregation'

Extending his increasing focus on race and poverty, President Obama Tuesday lamented widening income and racial segregation around the country.

Outlook: Defending the Pentagon's Budget

Both chambers will work on defense authorization measures this week. Trade and the USA Freedom Act are also on the docket.

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