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Rep. Steve Israel, D-N.Y., said opposing the defense bill doesn't appear to be as toxic as it once was.

Despite Risks, Democrats Maintain Stand on Pentagon Spending

The minority party is betting that opposition to the defense bill won't hurt it next November.

The Weakening Definition of 'Diversity'

Millennials think that diversity is less about race and gender than it is about different “experiences.” What does this mean for America?

NSA Spying Heads to Critical Senate Showdown

Mitch McConnell will force a vote on a clean reauthorization of the Patriot Act next week as a deadline looms.

NASA scientists study the Chukchi Sea ice in 2011.

Nobody Trusts Barack Obama on Energy

Environmentalists are mad and the industry is skeptical about Interior’s decision to allow Arctic oil drilling, and both sides worry about what comes next.

Amtrak Has a Trust Problem in Congress

Democrats want to give the rail service more money, and Republicans are demanding more accountability.

Smart Hiring: The Quality Imperative

Generating more applicants does not yield better applicants.

Play of the Day: Jeb Bush's Iraq Mistake

The presidential hopeful fumbles an easy question.

Acting Social Security Administration Commissioner Carolyn Colvin.

Social Security’s Acting Chief Pushes Long-Term Vision

“We recognize that changes will be necessary,” Carolyn Colvin says.

Sen. Bob Corker Is 'Shocked' by How Little Data the NSA Is Collecting

The NSA bulk-data program is so scaled down, it might not even be effective, the Senate Foreign Relations chairman claims.