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CIA Admits to Improperly Hacking Senate Computers

In a sharp and sudden reversal, the CIA is acknowledging it improperly tapped into the computers of Senate staffers who were reviewing the intelligence agency's Bush-era tort...

When Supporting a Family Means Running Two Businesses

When her parents became ill, Ericka Trinh took over her mom's St. Paul beauty salon and started a bakery business on the side. She doesn't sleep.

Bullying, Threats and Chaos at Safety Agency

"Chilled" atmosphere at Chemical Safety Board accelerates criticism of chairman.

Obamacare Website Has Cost $840 Million

A slew of management failures led to the site's disastrous launch, according to a new GAO report.

Still Squabbling Over Amendments, Senate Remains Stalled on Appropriations

With none of the 12 annual spending bills approved two months before the start of the next fiscal year, senators are discussing stopgap measures.

House Votes to Move Forward on Lawsuit Against Obama

The House of Representatives voted Wednesday night to do what became inevitable weeks ago: proceed with a lawsuit to sue President Obama over executive actions related to Obama...

Chamber of Commerce to Endorse Al Franken's Challenger

Their endorsement of Republican Mike McFadden is a sign Republicans view the Minnesota Senate race as increasingly winnable.

Senate Investigation Uncovers 'Widespread' Bogus Cell-Phone Charges

Mobile "cramming" cost Americans hundreds of millions of dollars.

How Massachusetts Is Fighting Back on the Supreme Court's Abortion Ruling

The state passed a law Wednesday that strengthens protest restrictions around abortion clinics.    

FCC Chief 'Deeply Troubled' by Verizon Plan to Slow Traffic

Tom Wheeler suggests the new policy may run afoul of net neutrality.

House Dems, GOP Will Head Home With the Usual Talking Points

In their August recess messaging strategies, both insist the other party is at fault. What's new?

Democratic PAC Sees Koch Influence Behind Scuttled TV Ads

Minnesota TV stations owned by a Republican donor and Koch ally refused to air ads from a Democratic super PAC. 

Congress Passed a Cell-Phone Unlocking Bill. But It Won't Do Much.

It's a popular cause, but the legislation is mostly symbolic.

What the U.S. Is Doing About West Africa's Ebola Outbreak

Health officials are advising stateside doctors to watch for symptoms of the virus, while one congressman is calling for a travel ban for affected nations.

Tom Steyer’s Green Group Isn’t Talking About the Environment, for Now

A new television spot released by NextGen Climate focuses squarely on the economy.

Undocumented Worker in South Carolina Refuses to Live in Fear

A Mexican immigrant living in Spartanburg without papers asks the American public for forgiveness.

McCarthy, Scalise Fill Out Leadership Staff Rosters

The new House majority leader and majority whip have assembled their new teams of aides.

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CIA Admits to Improperly Hacking Senate Computers

In a sharp and sudden reversal, the CIA is acknowledging it improperly tapped into the computers of Senate staffers who were reviewing the intelligence agency's Bush-era tort...

When Supporting a Family Means Running Two Businesses

When her parents became ill, Ericka Trinh took over her mom's St. Paul beauty salon and started a bakery business on the side. She doesn't sleep.

Bullying, Threats and Chaos at Safety Agency

"Chilled" atmosphere at Chemical Safety Board accelerates criticism of chairman.

Obamacare Website Has Cost $840 Million

A slew of management failures led to the site's disastrous launch, according to a new GAO report.

Still Squabbling Over Amendments, Senate Remains Stalled on Appropriations

With none of the 12 annual spending bills approved two months before the start of the next fiscal year, senators are discussing stopgap measures.

House Votes to Move Forward on Lawsuit Against Obama

The House of Representatives voted Wednesday night to do what became inevitable weeks ago: proceed with a lawsuit to sue President Obama over executive actions related to Obama...

Chamber of Commerce to Endorse Al Franken's Challenger

Their endorsement of Republican Mike McFadden is a sign Republicans view the Minnesota Senate race as increasingly winnable.

Senate Investigation Uncovers 'Widespread' Bogus Cell-Phone Charges

Mobile "cramming" cost Americans hundreds of millions of dollars.

How Massachusetts Is Fighting Back on the Supreme Court's Abortion Ruling

The state passed a law Wednesday that strengthens protest restrictions around abortion clinics.    

FCC Chief 'Deeply Troubled' by Verizon Plan to Slow Traffic

Tom Wheeler suggests the new policy may run afoul of net neutrality.

Democratic PAC Sees Koch Influence Behind Scuttled TV Ads

Minnesota TV stations owned by a Republican donor and Koch ally refused to air ads from a Democratic super PAC. 

Congress Passed a Cell-Phone Unlocking Bill. But It Won't Do Much.

It's a popular cause, but the legislation is mostly symbolic.

What the U.S. Is Doing About West Africa's Ebola Outbreak

Health officials are advising stateside doctors to watch for symptoms of the virus, while one congressman is calling for a travel ban for affected nations.

Tom Steyer’s Green Group Isn’t Talking About the Environment, for Now

A new television spot released by NextGen Climate focuses squarely on the economy.

Undocumented Worker in South Carolina Refuses to Live in Fear

A Mexican immigrant living in Spartanburg without papers asks the American public for forgiveness.

McCarthy, Scalise Fill Out Leadership Staff Rosters

The new House majority leader and majority whip have assembled their new teams of aides.

Reid Vows to Defend Net Neutrality From Republican Attacks

The letter could give the FCC political cover to enact tougher rules.

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