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Memo to Hillary Clinton: ‘You’re the Problem’
Best bet for a third Clinton term is if she runs as the “Real Hillary”—warm, open, and honest.
By Ron Fournier
Republicans Prepare Soft Launch of Planned Parenthood Fight
The House Judiciary Committee will lay out the issues surrounding the Planned Parenthood controversy in a committee hearing Wednesday.
By Caitlin Owens
Orlando Police Complaints in the Spotlight as African-American Ex-Chief Runs for Congress
Val Demings has unique appeal as an African-American former police chief running for Congress. But the department she ran has a history of excessive-force complaints now coming under scrutiny.
By Jack Fitzpatrick
House Republican Wants to Impeach Obama’s EPA Administrator
Paul Gosar says Gina McCarthy lied about clean-water rule.
By Jason Plautz
Political Crowdfunding Organization Tests Its Appeal Against Indicted Rep. Chaka Fattah
A new Kickstarter-style website is looking to build support for a challenge to the indicted congressman in a test case for crowdfunding in lower-level campaigns.
By Kimberly Railey
How a Dancing Baby Video Just Made It Harder To Remove YouTube Content
A panel of federal judges said copyright holders have to consider fair use before issuing takedown requests.
By Kaveh Waddell