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House Leaders Hit the Trail for Last Week of Campaigns

Boehner visits Illinois and West Virginia; Pelosi hosts fundraisers in Houston and San Francisco.

House GOP Rekindles Obamacare Subpoena as Elections Near

President Obama's former chief technology adviser must appear before the Science Committee's Oversight panel Nov. 19.

Should Schools Mandate Computer-Coding Classes?

Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel recently announced that computer science would be required in the city's high schools.

Commuting Soothsayers Look for Alternatives to Driving

The market demand for not driving oneself is sprouting some interesting business ideas.

Congress Says NIH Should Have Spent Money on Ebola Instead of Puppet Shows and Rabbit Massages

Lawmakers say more research funds should have been devoted toward the development of a vaccine for the virus, which has no cure.

The Capitol Christmas Tree Is Campaigning Harder Than You Are

Thirty stops in 30 days? No problem for this spruce.

GOP Group Urges Young Voters to Support Weed Candidate

The last-minute pitch is a bid to siphon votes from Democrat Kay Hagan so that the Republican can advance.  

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House Leaders Hit the Trail for Last Week of Campaigns

Boehner visits Illinois and West Virginia; Pelosi hosts fundraisers in Houston and San Francisco.

House GOP Rekindles Obamacare Subpoena as Elections Near

President Obama's former chief technology adviser must appear before the Science Committee's Oversight panel Nov. 19.

Should Schools Mandate Computer-Coding Classes?

Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel recently announced that computer science would be required in the city's high schools.

Commuting Soothsayers Look for Alternatives to Driving

The market demand for not driving oneself is sprouting some interesting business ideas.

Congress Says NIH Should Have Spent Money on Ebola Instead of Puppet Shows and Rabbit Massages

Lawmakers say more research funds should have been devoted toward the development of a vaccine for the virus, which has no cure.

The Capitol Christmas Tree Is Campaigning Harder Than You Are

Thirty stops in 30 days? No problem for this spruce.

GOP Group Urges Young Voters to Support Weed Candidate

The last-minute pitch is a bid to siphon votes from Democrat Kay Hagan so that the Republican can advance.  

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