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Sen. Charles Grassley, R-Iowa, is preparing legislation to change administrative leave policies.

Pressure Builds for Crackdown on Paying Employees Not to Work

EPA spent more than $1 million on administrative leave for just eight employees, watchdog finds.

The Economic Case Against Majoring in Fun Things

The burden of student debt is fairly uniform, but the burden of repaying it varies across disciplines.

An Incredibly Simple Way to Defuse Political Fights

Just hearing an ideological opponent make a minor concession creates significant differences in how people view them.

The Affordable Care Act's Embarrassing Moment of Tooth

The administration mistakenly included dental plans in the 7.3 million enrollment total under Obamacare. Without them, the government missed its target.

David Boreanaz stars as Seeley Booth on the Fox drama Bones.

What The Major Networks Put on TV Instead of Obama’s Immigration Speech

None of the four broadcast networks aired the president's address.

Play of the Day: The Pros and Cons of Keystone XL

The recent failure of the project doesn't mean the conversation is over.

Hillary Clinton Breaks Her Silence on Immigration Reform

"I support the president's decision to begin fixing our broken immigration system," she said in a statement.

Which Matters Most? Ambition or Talent?

It comes down to the difference between a star and a journeyman.

Storify: Public Officials React to Obama's Immigration Address

Social media reactions to Obama's announcement, mostly along party lines.

"To alter or change the fee matter, it would take a change of law," said Appropriations Committee Chairman Harold Rogers.

Appropriations Chair: Immigration Order Can't be Defunded Through Spending Bill

Citizenship and Immigration Services receives most of its funding through application and petition fees.