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Joe Biden: 'The NFL Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet'

Speaking at a conference Friday, the vice president was equal measures somber and feisty.

Republicans Airing Ads Attacking Democrats as Being Soft on Terrorism

The chairman of the National Republican Congressional Committee says expect more national security-themed ads to come.

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Training Americans Today for the Energy Jobs of Tomorrow

Even amid these historic boom times, America's energy industry faces a serious challenge. Forecasts show that as much as 40 percent of its workforce will be retiring or leaving...

Scotland Just Voted to Stay in the U.K. Now What?

Fifty-five percent of Scottish voters chose to reject independence. But Scotland won't be the same.

High Tech

The Greater D.C. area is more like Silicon Valley than you think.

Making Recess Count

In an election year, there's no rest for vulnerable incumbents like Rodney Davis.

Is Cathy McMorris Rodgers More Than a Token?

Her social-media and tech efforts are meant to boost the GOP, but will the highest-ranking woman in the House find the motivation to boost herself?

How Politics Breaks Our Brains, and How We Can Put Them Back Together

We're partisans by nature, and once we pick a side we see the world in red or blue.

Razor-Thin Lead for the GOP

Democrats have slightly increased their chances of holding on to the Senate, so Republicans need to ensure red states stay red.

The Volatile Senate

Control of the upper chamber hasn't been this unsteady since the post-Civil War era.

People

Lee Saunders, Ami Gadhia, Ralph Posner, Angela Atherton.

Pelosi's Power on the Line in Committee Leadership Race

Two veteran House Democrats are vying for top seat on Energy and Commerce—one endorsed by the minority leader and one by the minority whip.

Chris Christie Isn't Just Focused on Governors' Races as RGA Chairman

The New Jersey governor is aggressively building chits as he prepares for possible 2016 presidential run.

Can a Recycled Abortion Strategy Beat Cory Gardner in Colorado?

It's worked year after year, but Democrats will have a harder time painting Gardner as an extremist on reproductive rights.

Senate Approves Spending Bill and Syria Measure, Heads for Exits

In its last preelection move, Congress sends the president a bill to arm anti-ISIS forces.

Home Depot Announces Hackers Stole 56 Million Credit and Debit Cards

The size of the cyberattack exceeds the one that hit Target during last year's holiday-shopping season.

Yes, the House Is Going Home Already. No, This Isn’t Some Kind of Record.

The GOP House has actually worked for more days in 2014 than they have in most recent election years.

Can Washington Help Boost Women's Economic Prospects?

Hillary Clinton: "We talk about a glass ceiling. These women don't even have a secure floor under them."

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Joe Biden: 'The NFL Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet'

Speaking at a conference Friday, the vice president was equal measures somber and feisty.

Republicans Airing Ads Attacking Democrats as Being Soft on Terrorism

The chairman of the National Republican Congressional Committee says expect more national security-themed ads to come.

Sponsor Content

Training Americans Today for the Energy Jobs of Tomorrow

Even amid these historic boom times, America's energy industry faces a serious challenge. Forecasts show that as much as 40 percent of its workforce will be retiring or leaving...

Scotland Just Voted to Stay in the U.K. Now What?

Fifty-five percent of Scottish voters chose to reject independence. But Scotland won't be the same.

Razor-Thin Lead for the GOP

Democrats have slightly increased their chances of holding on to the Senate, so Republicans need to ensure red states stay red.

Pelosi's Power on the Line in Committee Leadership Race

Two veteran House Democrats are vying for top seat on Energy and Commerce—one endorsed by the minority leader and one by the minority whip.

Chris Christie Isn't Just Focused on Governors' Races as RGA Chairman

The New Jersey governor is aggressively building chits as he prepares for possible 2016 presidential run.

Can a Recycled Abortion Strategy Beat Cory Gardner in Colorado?

It's worked year after year, but Democrats will have a harder time painting Gardner as an extremist on reproductive rights.

Senate Approves Spending Bill and Syria Measure, Heads for Exits

In its last preelection move, Congress sends the president a bill to arm anti-ISIS forces.

Home Depot Announces Hackers Stole 56 Million Credit and Debit Cards

The size of the cyberattack exceeds the one that hit Target during last year's holiday-shopping season.

Yes, the House Is Going Home Already. No, This Isn’t Some Kind of Record.

The GOP House has actually worked for more days in 2014 than they have in most recent election years.

Can Washington Help Boost Women's Economic Prospects?

Hillary Clinton: "We talk about a glass ceiling. These women don't even have a secure floor under them."

Why Millennials Should Worry About Their Parents

Generation X-ers and late-wave Boomers aren't faring so well economically, and that hurts the next generation.

Rand Paul on ISIS: 'Intervention Created This Chaos'

In a long speech on the Senate floor, the Kentucky Republican laid out his foreign policy vision, and took transparent swipes at members of his own party.

What Lead Paint Has to Do With Climate Change

Academics say oil and gas companies are taking a page out of the paint industry's playbook to distort the debate over global warming.

The Brilliant Simplicity of Scotland's Secession Ballot

And how it compares with another big-news referendum from this year.

Why Joe Biden's Gaffes Don't Matter

Though the vice president has a long history of blunders, they've rarely impacted his career.

Boosting Hispanic Share of STEM Workforce Crucial for Economic Growth

As the young demographic grows, public-private partnerships are working to place Hispanic millennials in one of the country's fastest-growing fields.

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