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Small Farm Program Paying Big Dividends

Senate Agriculture Committee chairwoman honored for crafting a program that is helping feed the world.

The Veterans No One Talks About

Tens of thousands of soldiers who are discharged from the military each year are locked out of VA services. 

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Four Things You Didn't Know About the U.S. Oil and Gas Industry

American oil production gains in 2012 and 2013 were among the largest single-year increases seen by any country. This nearly unprecedented surge in national energy resources is...

How a Republican Stays Afloat in a Hispanic-Majority Border District

Steve Pearce remains popular in New Mexico despite his conservative views on immigration. For now, anyway.

Obama Wants to Talk About the Economy. Is Anyone Listening?

The White House didn't want to spend the summer consumed by foreign policy.

Hill Agenda This Week: Fund the Government and Arm Syrian Rebels

Congress has plenty to tackle in its last week before leaving town to campaign, including acting on Obama's request for help to fight ISIS.

When Doves Cry

Why would we trust U.S. intelligence about anything, including the lack of an ISIS threat?

Despite Obama’s Pledge to Curb It, NSA Mass Surveillance Wins Rubber Stamp

Mass surveillance just earned another 90-day blank check, nine months after President Obama promised to rein in the NSA's spying powers.

How a Ken Burns Documentary Got One Democrat 'Energized'

Sander Levin says The Roosevelts fired him up.

The Future of Campaign Finance Reform May Rest With Silicon Valley

The debate in Congress this week was a sideshow to a longer, well-funded fight.

And Now, This Weekend's Space-Weather Forecast

Cloudy with a chance of solar radiation and minor disruptions to the U.S. power grid and satellites.

Lawmakers Push Supreme Court to Back Rights for Pregnant Employees

A coalition of 123 lawmakers showed their support for pregnant workers.

Which States Have the Highest Imprisonment Rates?

Since 1994, New York has seen the biggest drop in crime of any state. It also saw the biggest drop in imprisonment.

Dinesh D'Souza Is Winning

Conservatism's former enfant terrible has been cast out of polite society and may soon face jail time. But business has never been better.

Kicking the Can

It's continuing-resolution season again.

The Rebel Alliance

Grover Norquist and Ralph Nader, ahead of their time.

Training Their Fire

A national shooting competition for police draws criticism.

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Small Farm Program Paying Big Dividends

Senate Agriculture Committee chairwoman honored for crafting a program that is helping feed the world.

The Veterans No One Talks About

Tens of thousands of soldiers who are discharged from the military each year are locked out of VA services. 

Sponsor Content

Four Things You Didn't Know About the U.S. Oil and Gas Industry

American oil production gains in 2012 and 2013 were among the largest single-year increases seen by any country. This nearly unprecedented surge in national energy resources is...

How a Republican Stays Afloat in a Hispanic-Majority Border District

Steve Pearce remains popular in New Mexico despite his conservative views on immigration. For now, anyway.

Obama Wants to Talk About the Economy. Is Anyone Listening?

The White House didn't want to spend the summer consumed by foreign policy.

Hill Agenda This Week: Fund the Government and Arm Syrian Rebels

Congress has plenty to tackle in its last week before leaving town to campaign, including acting on Obama's request for help to fight ISIS.

When Doves Cry

Why would we trust U.S. intelligence about anything, including the lack of an ISIS threat?

Despite Obama’s Pledge to Curb It, NSA Mass Surveillance Wins Rubber Stamp

Mass surveillance just earned another 90-day blank check, nine months after President Obama promised to rein in the NSA's spying powers.

How a Ken Burns Documentary Got One Democrat 'Energized'

Sander Levin says The Roosevelts fired him up.

The Future of Campaign Finance Reform May Rest With Silicon Valley

The debate in Congress this week was a sideshow to a longer, well-funded fight.

And Now, This Weekend's Space-Weather Forecast

Cloudy with a chance of solar radiation and minor disruptions to the U.S. power grid and satellites.

Lawmakers Push Supreme Court to Back Rights for Pregnant Employees

A coalition of 123 lawmakers showed their support for pregnant workers.

Which States Have the Highest Imprisonment Rates?

Since 1994, New York has seen the biggest drop in crime of any state. It also saw the biggest drop in imprisonment.

Dinesh D'Souza Is Winning

Conservatism's former enfant terrible has been cast out of polite society and may soon face jail time. But business has never been better.

The Rebel Alliance

Grover Norquist and Ralph Nader, ahead of their time.

Training Their Fire

A national shooting competition for police draws criticism.

A Room of Our Own

In 1962, Room H-235, the old Speaker's Office, became the "Women's Reading Room."

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