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FEC Will Consider Allowing Bitcoin Donations to Political Campaigns

Could virtual currency be the next form of campaign clout?

Nunn Running as the Political Outsider in Georgia

She criticizes a provision of Obamacare in her latest ad.

A Government Fight Over Cow Food Could Make Beer More Expensive

New FDA regulations, which are undergoing a review, could increase the price of beer, milk, and more, critics say.

House Republicans See Opportunity in Appropriations Bills

Republicans are stepping up efforts to insert special provisions—including some that are partisan or ideological.

Party Paranoia Could Destroy Hopes of Immigration Reform

But Republicans need to find a way to win over Hispanic voters before it's too late.

On-the-Job Training Works Best

Apprenticeships are the most effective way to get job-seekers into the workforce, but government and businesses need to work together in order to expand them.

Potholes, Even Canyon-Sized Ones, Aren’t Political

President Obama employed a popular metaphor to describe the nation's crumbling infrastructure when he referred to "potholes the size of canyons."

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FEC Will Consider Allowing Bitcoin Donations to Political Campaigns

Could virtual currency be the next form of campaign clout?

Nunn Running as the Political Outsider in Georgia

She criticizes a provision of Obamacare in her latest ad.

A Government Fight Over Cow Food Could Make Beer More Expensive

New FDA regulations, which are undergoing a review, could increase the price of beer, milk, and more, critics say.

House Republicans See Opportunity in Appropriations Bills

Republicans are stepping up efforts to insert special provisions—including some that are partisan or ideological.

Party Paranoia Could Destroy Hopes of Immigration Reform

But Republicans need to find a way to win over Hispanic voters before it's too late.

On-the-Job Training Works Best

Apprenticeships are the most effective way to get job-seekers into the workforce, but government and businesses need to work together in order to expand them.

Potholes, Even Canyon-Sized Ones, Aren’t Political

President Obama employed a popular metaphor to describe the nation's crumbling infrastructure when he referred to "potholes the size of canyons."

Show More