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Poll: With the Parties So Divided, Will Congress Be Able to Pass an AUMF to Combat ISIS This Year?

"Nobody wins if Congress can't agree on AUMF—not that it has stopped them in the past!"

Poll: Will Foreign Policy Give the GOP an Advantage in 2016?

"Let the scare tactics begin."

Who Hacked My Toaster?

By wirelessly connecting nearly every device we use, from refrigerators to cars, the Internet of Things is creating a brand-new digital universe that's full of both promise and...

Here's How Likely It Is for CPAC Straw Poll Winners to Become GOP Nominees

The audience favorite doesn't usually go on to capture the next Republican presidential nomination.

Robots vs. the Underclass

Pundits say automation is decimating the middle class. The truth is even crueler.

Washington's Water Ballet

The art of hydrating the person on the podium.

EPA’s Woodstove Whisperer

Over the past five years, Janet McCabe has played a leading role in updating EPA's air standards for woodstoves and heaters in accordance with the Clean Air Act.

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