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The Struggle Over Bad Teachers

The National Education Association president thinks bad teachers shouldn't exist, but the Education Department head says there are too many of them in low-income schools.

Racetrack Owners Seek to Put the Brakes on the Term: 'NASCAR Tax Break'

Backers of renewing racetrack tax provision seek to shed special carve-out image

Legislation and Litigation Both on the Agenda in Congress

House Republicans plan to start plotting lawsuit against President Obama on Wednesday.

Think the Economy Can Save Democrats? It Won't

The economy might play a role in presidential politics, but its impact is near nil in the midterms.  

Darrell Issa Subpoenas Top Obama Political Aide

The Oversight Committee chairman wants information about the political office the White House reopened earlier this year.  

Obama's Plan to Deal With Unaccompanied Minors Is Aggravating Immigration Advocates

A proposal to change the law to allow for "voluntary removal" of undocumented children is not going over well with everyone.

How the U.S. Is Trying to Convince Central American Parents to Keep Their Kids Home

Perched on a rock, a boy wistfully stares at the bleak, sprawling wasteland before him.

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The Struggle Over Bad Teachers

The National Education Association president thinks bad teachers shouldn't exist, but the Education Department head says there are too many of them in low-income schools.

Racetrack Owners Seek to Put the Brakes on the Term: 'NASCAR Tax Break'

Backers of renewing racetrack tax provision seek to shed special carve-out image

Legislation and Litigation Both on the Agenda in Congress

House Republicans plan to start plotting lawsuit against President Obama on Wednesday.

Think the Economy Can Save Democrats? It Won't

The economy might play a role in presidential politics, but its impact is near nil in the midterms.  

Darrell Issa Subpoenas Top Obama Political Aide

The Oversight Committee chairman wants information about the political office the White House reopened earlier this year.  

Obama's Plan to Deal With Unaccompanied Minors Is Aggravating Immigration Advocates

A proposal to change the law to allow for "voluntary removal" of undocumented children is not going over well with everyone.

How the U.S. Is Trying to Convince Central American Parents to Keep Their Kids Home

Perched on a rock, a boy wistfully stares at the bleak, sprawling wasteland before him.

Show More