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As Ebola Outbreak Spreads in West Africa, U.S. Scientists Look for Cure

Just over a dozen American laboratories can experiment with the deadly virus, and one in Texas reports some promise in animal studies.

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What Corporate America Is Learning About Keeping Workers Happy

Excellence in Government

Organizations with ample perks outperform those without and retain better talent.

Republicans Have Lost Control of the Impeachment Plot They Hatched

Democrats are using the threat to their advantage in fundraising.

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A teenage immigrant ho was detained at the border is held inside Texas' McAllen Border Patrol Station July 15.

The Border Crisis Takes a Pause From Politics

At an ad-hoc hearing during a packed day, the actual unaccompanied minors took the focus.

President Nixon, with edited transcripts of Nixon White House Tape conversations during broadcast of his address to the Nation in 1974.

The Things You Don't Know About the Nixon Tapes

Forty years after Watergate, two new books show how little we knew about the disgraced president.

Meet the Man Now Responsible for Solving the VA Crisis

Robert McDonald got overwhelming bipartisan support during his Senate confirmation vote Tuesday.

"Congress was not able to consider the risk to the American people or our troops in harms way," House Armed Services Committee Chairman Buck McKeon said regarding the swap.

Republicans Condemn Bergdahl Swap

But Democrats on the House Armed Services Committee say the resolution is simply a political move ahead of this week's House vote on suing President Obama.

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Maryland and Virginia Still Both in Running for New FBI Headquarters

GSA releases short list of finalists for move from obsolete downtown Hoover building.

Jimmy Carter, Bill Clinton and the Obamas commemorated the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington in August.

The President of the United States Does Not Control the Economy

A newly updated paper shows that the economy has reliably grown faster under Democratic presidents than Republicans. But what does that really tell us?

Rep. Ed Royce, R-Calif., introduced the bill in April.

House Passes Ambitious Reorganization of U.S. International Broadcasting

Foreign Affairs Chairman Royce calls part-time BBG 'broken and ineffective.'

"I actually sense a lot of unanimity around this, and, again, people feel like it's been done thoughtfully in response to a crisis," Rep. Tom Cole, R-Okla.,

House Republicans Unveil Their Border Bill

It looks as if it can pass the House. But the Senate is a totally different story.

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