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'Fast Track' Can Happen. But Will Wyden Go Along?

The Finance panel's top Democrat faces competing pressures on high-profile trade legislation.

A Chairman in Search of a Deal

Orrin Hatch wants to find agreement with Democrats, but he's not just "going to pass some crappy bill" for the sake of it.

Manual Labor, All Night Long: The Reality of Paying for College

A UPS program in Louisville gives students free tuition for working the third shift, but at what cost?  

When Congress Plays Robin Hood ... and Fails

Sometimes Washington tries using tax code to help middle-class and low-income people, but most of the benefits go to those who had the most to begin with.

Outlook: Budgets Face Rocky Paths in Both Chambers

The House and Senate want to pass spending blueprints before leaving town for two weeks.

Raising a Daughter in a Detroit Squatting Community

These mostly white squatters have set up "Fireweed Universe City" in abandoned homes throughout a historically black neighborhood.

Arrested Development Takes on Ferguson, Clinton, and Hip-Hop

The "Tennessee" front man says the Michael Brown and Eric Garner cases shouldn't be surprising to anyone who listened to early gangster rap.

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