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Boehner Set to Raise Cash for Rep. Mike Coffman

The Colorado race is seen by some as a bellwether for how the GOP should position itself on immigration.

Former Fattah Aide Pleads Guilty to Misusing Campaign Funds

Gregory Naylor admits to stealing federal grant funds and improperly steering campaign funds when he worked for the Philadelphia Democrat's 2007 mayoral bid. 

Comcast's Generosity Wins Charities' Support for Merger

The United Way and the Boys & Girls Club are just some of the groups backing the deal with Time Warner Cable.

Uber’s War on Lyft Could Prompt Federal Investigation

The ride-share service's apparent attempts to sabotage its competitors might become red meat for the Federal Trade Commission or state attorneys general.

St. Louis Is Growing More Diverse–Just Not in the Black Half of Town

Rust Belt cities like St. Louis want to attract more immigrants, but few are integrating into African-American neighborhoods. 

Which U.S. Immigrants End Up Becoming Small-Business Owners?

Greeks top the list. Here are the 19 others.

Mother of Kidnapped U.S. Journalist to ISIS: Release My Child

The mother of Steven Sotloff, who has been held hostage for the past year, released a video message to the militant group Wednesday.

You're Welcome, World: U.S. Fracking Surge Picks Up Slack for Global Disruptions

Global oil markets would be more volatile without the fracking-enabled U.S. production surge of recent years, according to the Energy Department's statistical arm.

What Does ISIS Want With a Pakistani Woman Serving 86 Years in a U.S. Prison?

The militant group has taken an American hostage and demanded the release of Aafia Siddiqui. But who is she?

Federal Deficit Is Set to Rise Sharply, CBO Warns

The budget agency says increased spending on Social Security, health subsidies, and interest payments on the federal debt are to blame.

Republican Governor Candidates Pitch Big Tents in Florida and Illinois

RIck Scott and Bruce Rauner are spending millions of dollars to attract the type of voters that Republicans didn't get in 2012—and will need in 2016.

The Worst Congressional Comeback Attempt Ever?

Former Rep. David Rivera lost his House primary in Florida Tuesday after a campaign as unusual as the rest of his career.

Group Offers Free Month of Cable for Remixes of Bad Comcast Experiences

Public Knowledge intends to leverage viral Internet complaints to strike against the proposed Comcast-Time Warner Cable merger.

Scarlett Johansson’s Political Act

Planned Parenthood has tapped the Hollywood doyenne to underscore the role of women's health in this year's elections.

Which U.S. Company Will Help the Government Send Americans to Space?

A different kind of space race is coming to an end.

Mark Pryor Says Opponent Puts U.S. at Risk for Ebola

"Tom Cotton voted against preparing America for pandemics like Ebola," says a new ad from the Arkansas Democrat.

The Unsung Benefit of Minority-Owned Firms

They are leading exporters. In fact, companies owned by Japanese-Americans make nearly half of their sales in Japan.

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Boehner Set to Raise Cash for Rep. Mike Coffman

The Colorado race is seen by some as a bellwether for how the GOP should position itself on immigration.

Former Fattah Aide Pleads Guilty to Misusing Campaign Funds

Gregory Naylor admits to stealing federal grant funds and improperly steering campaign funds when he worked for the Philadelphia Democrat's 2007 mayoral bid. 

Comcast's Generosity Wins Charities' Support for Merger

The United Way and the Boys & Girls Club are just some of the groups backing the deal with Time Warner Cable.

Uber’s War on Lyft Could Prompt Federal Investigation

The ride-share service's apparent attempts to sabotage its competitors might become red meat for the Federal Trade Commission or state attorneys general.

St. Louis Is Growing More Diverse–Just Not in the Black Half of Town

Rust Belt cities like St. Louis want to attract more immigrants, but few are integrating into African-American neighborhoods. 

Which U.S. Immigrants End Up Becoming Small-Business Owners?

Greeks top the list. Here are the 19 others.

Mother of Kidnapped U.S. Journalist to ISIS: Release My Child

The mother of Steven Sotloff, who has been held hostage for the past year, released a video message to the militant group Wednesday.

You're Welcome, World: U.S. Fracking Surge Picks Up Slack for Global Disruptions

Global oil markets would be more volatile without the fracking-enabled U.S. production surge of recent years, according to the Energy Department's statistical arm.

What Does ISIS Want With a Pakistani Woman Serving 86 Years in a U.S. Prison?

The militant group has taken an American hostage and demanded the release of Aafia Siddiqui. But who is she?

Federal Deficit Is Set to Rise Sharply, CBO Warns

The budget agency says increased spending on Social Security, health subsidies, and interest payments on the federal debt are to blame.

Republican Governor Candidates Pitch Big Tents in Florida and Illinois

RIck Scott and Bruce Rauner are spending millions of dollars to attract the type of voters that Republicans didn't get in 2012—and will need in 2016.

The Worst Congressional Comeback Attempt Ever?

Former Rep. David Rivera lost his House primary in Florida Tuesday after a campaign as unusual as the rest of his career.

Group Offers Free Month of Cable for Remixes of Bad Comcast Experiences

Public Knowledge intends to leverage viral Internet complaints to strike against the proposed Comcast-Time Warner Cable merger.

Scarlett Johansson’s Political Act

Planned Parenthood has tapped the Hollywood doyenne to underscore the role of women's health in this year's elections.

Which U.S. Company Will Help the Government Send Americans to Space?

A different kind of space race is coming to an end.

Mark Pryor Says Opponent Puts U.S. at Risk for Ebola

"Tom Cotton voted against preparing America for pandemics like Ebola," says a new ad from the Arkansas Democrat.

The Unsung Benefit of Minority-Owned Firms

They are leading exporters. In fact, companies owned by Japanese-Americans make nearly half of their sales in Japan.

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