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Police Can Track Your Cell Phone Without a Warrant -- For Now

Two federal appeals courts have upheld warrantless cell-phone tracking. Will the Supreme Court step in?

The Conservative Answer to Feminism

How one group is trying to change the negative stereotype around what it means to be a right-of-center woman—and usher in a new generation of conservatives.

Democratic Senate Candidates Are Rallying Against Obama on Trade

In a number of Democratic Senate primaries, opposing the Trans-Pacific Partnership and Trade Promotion Authority has become the default.

Congress Once Again Tries to Save the Postal Service

Sen. Tom Carper has committed himself to shepherding a major reform of the U.S. Postal Service to President Obama's desk.

Wanted: Millennial Candidates for Congress

A new group seeks to recruit and train young candidates for Congress to affect change in Washington. But it's up against steep odds.

Hillary Clinton Just Told Immigration Activists What They Wanted to Hear

Immigration groups want Clinton to preserve her predecessor's executive actions if she's elected president. On Tuesday, she said she'd go further.

Illinois Dems Want an African-American Candidate to Oppose Tammy Duckworth

Andrea Zopp has spent the past four years serving as president and CEO of the Chicago Urban League. Now she's considering a Senate run of her own.

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