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Ahead of Midterms, Conservatives Lament Lack of Clear Agenda

Some House Republicans worry their party has failed to vote on an Obamacare alternative and other key issues.

Reactions to the Scottish Referendum, in Photos

After a referendum campaign that was too close to call right up until voting began, reactions came swiftly Friday morning when it was announced that Scotland would remain in th...

Lessons Learned: U.S. Secessionist Groups Reflect on the Scottish Referendum

Far from discouraged, some groups are excited by the momentum generated by Scotland's independence movement. Others smell conspiracy overseas.

High Tech

The Greater D.C. area is more like Silicon Valley than you think.

Can Washington Help Boost Women's Economic Prospects?

Hillary Clinton: "We talk about a glass ceiling. These women don't even have a secure floor under them."

Why Millennials Should Worry About Their Parents

Generation X-ers and late-wave Boomers aren't faring so well economically, and that hurts the next generation.

Boosting Hispanic Share of STEM Workforce Crucial for Economic Growth

As the young demographic grows, public-private partnerships are working to place Hispanic millennials in one of the country's fastest-growing fields.

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Ahead of Midterms, Conservatives Lament Lack of Clear Agenda

Some House Republicans worry their party has failed to vote on an Obamacare alternative and other key issues.

Reactions to the Scottish Referendum, in Photos

After a referendum campaign that was too close to call right up until voting began, reactions came swiftly Friday morning when it was announced that Scotland would remain in th...

Lessons Learned: U.S. Secessionist Groups Reflect on the Scottish Referendum

Far from discouraged, some groups are excited by the momentum generated by Scotland's independence movement. Others smell conspiracy overseas.

Can Washington Help Boost Women's Economic Prospects?

Hillary Clinton: "We talk about a glass ceiling. These women don't even have a secure floor under them."

Why Millennials Should Worry About Their Parents

Generation X-ers and late-wave Boomers aren't faring so well economically, and that hurts the next generation.

Boosting Hispanic Share of STEM Workforce Crucial for Economic Growth

As the young demographic grows, public-private partnerships are working to place Hispanic millennials in one of the country's fastest-growing fields.

The Islamic State Is Messing Up Other People's Acronyms

The Institute for Science and International Security, or ISIS, is pushing back at media organizations for using the acronym to refer to the terrorist organization.

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