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Obama announced Lynch as his pick in early November.

Lynch's Attorney General Nomination Slipping to 2015

Obama's Justice Dept. pick will likely be taken up by the GOP-controlled Senate next year.

Imperfect Union: The Constitution Didn't Foresee Divided Government

Watching the battle between Obama and a Republican Congress for two years may shake Americans' faith in the Framers.

How the Story You Tell Yourself Can Make You Happier

That’s the thinking behind a slew of research on happiness.

Solyndra received a one half billion dollar loan guarantee from the government before filing for bankruptcy in Sept. 2011.

Refighting Solyndra, Issa Rejects Energy’s Claim of Loan Fund Profits

Agency says portfolio is on track to earn $5 billion for taxpayers.

How The Supreme Court Can Kill Obamacare Without Overturning It

A challenge to the law's subsidies would deeply undermine its basic structure.

Obama Administration ‘Strongly Supports’ NSA Reform Bill

With a key vote on the measure looming, the White House is backing a bill to curb a phone-spying program.

At Some Point, All Leaders Reach a Constitutional Crossroad

The intersection where personal values and professional obligations cross.

What Makes a Good Employer?

When it comes to satisfaction at work, some Americans say that money isn't everything.

Soon-to-be Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has vowed there won't be another shutdown.

Despite Promises, Path to Avoiding a Shutdown Remains Treacherous

Some lawmakers are again threatening to play political football with agency funding.