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Is Common Core Working? Early Report Gives Very Qualified 'Yes'

States that aggressively adopted Common Core showed slight upticks in math and reading. 

Entrepreneurs Are Unhinging Urban Transportation

Private mass-transit start-ups such as "tech buses" and crowd-sourced commuter routes aren't waiting for government to catch up.

John Boehner Says He'll Be House Speaker 'Until I've Had Enough of It'

The Ohio representative heads to Israel after a victorious week for House Republicans.

Harry Reid Goes Down Fighting

With the bruised-and-battered Democratic leader's resignation, the Senate loses one of its toughest and most fascinating characters.  

After Schock Scandal, House Will Review Expense Rules

The House Administration Committee will study the way members are allowed to use their office budgets.

'Harry, This Is Barack': Reid Gets a Surprise Call-in on Public Radio

The Senate minority leader discussed his recent retirement announcement on the air Friday.

Ethics Committee Launches Investigation of Ed Whitfield

The panel will probe whether his wife, a Humane Society lobbyist, improperly influenced his legislative work.

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