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Hillary Clinton Is ‘Glad’ About Benghazi Emails Getting Released

But the newly public emails were far from Clinton's top priority Friday.

In Biggest Cities, Racial Education Gaps Loom Large

Minorities trail whites in college completion, but there has been more progress in closing gaps at the high school level.

Jeb Bush is All Over the Place on Climate Change

The 2016 hopeful is "concerned" about global warming, but he's a far cry from being a climate champion.

Can Seattle Go Any Greener?

The city looks to become a hub for smart-building technology. 

Poll: How Likely Is It that Congress will Pass Trade Legislation This Session?

"Very close vote in the House."

Fastest-Growing U.S. Cities Import Their College Graduates

Relying on outside talent can help feed dynamic economies, but it also exacerbates achievement gaps and social tensions.

Ex-Im Bank Deal Gets Trade Bill Moving

Last-minute floor trading on reauthorizing the bank secured the votes to proceed on fast-track measure.

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