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Demonstrators in support of the Islamic State rally in Mosul in 2014.

Charts: Who Are the Americans Accused of Joining ISIL?

Despite research, there is no one "profile" that they all fit.

Republican Benghazi Probe Ups Pressure on John Kerry

Republican Rep. Trey Gowdy said he may call the secretary of State to testify about a lack of document production.

Sanders speaks Nashua Community College Saturday.

Bernie Sanders Is the Best Challenger Hillary Clinton Could've Hoped For

The Vermont senator could make the Democratic front-runner a better candidate in the short-term, and as the race goes on, Clinton’s campaign is confident it’ll be able to bring Sanders’ supporters into the fold.

Play of the Day: A Huge Week in the News

HBO's Bill Maher and John Oliver recount the Supreme Court decisions.

The World’s Workforce Will Stop Growing by 2050

. Over the next 35 years, the labor force’s average growth rate is expected to be just 0.3%, and at the end of the period it almost disappears.

Remember the Time the CIA Bugged a Cat to Spy on the Soviets?

Americans have, for centuries, found creative ways to spy on friends, enemies, and everyone in between.

SBA Administrator Maria Contreras-Sweet praised the Pentagon's role in helping exceed the governmentwide goal.

Agencies Break Records Meeting Small Business Contracting Goals

SBA chief credits Pentagon’s new focus, president’s involvement.

Which Country's Workers Care About Their Jobs the Most?

A new survey covering 13 countries tries to measure employees' engagement with their jobs.

Two demonstrators hold up flags outside the Supreme Court Friday.

Gay Couples to Enjoy New Perks (and Penalties) Under Obamacare

The Supreme Court's ruling means same-sex couples get all the good—and bad—of legal nuptials.

Federal Employee Advocates Want Special IT Task Force to Handle OPM Hack

More than two dozen groups call on president to provide more information and protection to employees and retirees in wake of massive data breach.