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Obama Announces New Initiative to Help Young Minorities, As Police Deploy in Baltimore

The president unveiled My Brother's Keeper Alliance from New York Monday.

Elizabeth Warren Welcomes Wall Street’s Hatred

At a conference at Harvard, the senator said she welcomes Wall Street's criticism of her, but punted on whether Hillary Clinton would effectively regulate the banks as president.

9 of Ben Carson's Most Controversial Quotes

The pediatric neurosurgeon enters the race with a dedicated group of loyalists at his back—and a long history of tough, unpopular talk.

Ben Carson Wins the Award for Quirkiest Presidential Campaign Announcement

Despite what he says, Carson is showing off the traits of a successful politician.

Carly Fiorina Wouldn’t Want You Going to

The newly declared candidate is the latest to fall victim to domain squatting.

Nine Former Members of Congress Still Sitting on Millions in Campaign Cash

A handful of ex-senators and House members still have active campaign accounts that they use to collect interest, donate to candidates and charities—and maybe finance politic...

VA Blocked Billions of Cyberthreats in March

The Veterans Affairs Department could become quickly overwhelmed if the threat continues to escalate, the agency's top information officer said.

Bernie Sanders: The Federal Workforce Advocate

The self-described socialist-Democrat promises to promote employees of the federal government more than any other candidate.

Bill Breaks Hillary's Silence on Clinton Foundation Donations

The former president left the door open on stepping down from his foundation if his wife becomes president.

What Exactly Is Carly Fiorina Up To?

The former Hewlett Packard CEO has thus far been among the field's bravest in going after Hillary Clinton.

Can You Name the Rooms of the White House?

How well do you know your way around the first family's residence?

Which Cities Are Sued the Most for Police Brutality?

Among a small survey of American cities, it's the communities with the most black residents.

Outlook: Union Rules, Budget Endgame, and the Slow March to Fast-Track

While the House enjoys recess, the Senate will focus on Iran and a few other items.

Caught Between Pledge and Poison Pills, McConnell May End Iran Debate

The majority leader could imperil the Iran bill if he gives Tom Cotton and Marco Rubio the votes they seek.

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