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2nd security incident at White House in 2 days

In the second security incident at the White House in as many days, an individual failed to stop at the entrance to the White House complex while driving his ...

September 21 CNN POLITICS

Many Veterans Adapt to a Strange World, One With Walls

A national effort to eliminate homelessness among veterans has made significant strides, finding places for 51,000. The program’s future, however, is in doubt.

September 20 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

U.S. Suspects More Direct Threats Beyond ISIS

A Syrian group led by a former member of Osama bin Laden’s inner circle is seen as more dangerous than the Islamic State for its potential to launch terror ...

September 20 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Push for New Pact on Climate Change Is Plagued by Old Divide of Wealth

At a United Nations gathering on Tuesday, leaders will face a divide between the rich countries responsible for extensive carbon emissions and the poor ...

September 20 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Economic View: Why Federal College Ratings Won’t Rein In Tuition

An ambitious plan to create a better-informed marketplace for education doesn’t take into account how public universities are funded.

September 20 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

The Caucus: Sunday Breakfast Menu, Sept. 21

Congress approved funding for equipping Syrian rebels against Islamic States and lawmakers will discuss their votes on several of the Sunday shows.

September 20 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

A Florida Race Strains Wallets and Loyalties

The contest for governor between Rick Scott, the incumbent, and Charlie Crist, who switched parties, is costing tens of millions of dollars and disorienting ...

September 20 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Breaking Through the Fog of San Francisco’s Weather Reputation

When considering the daily temperature ranges in cities across the country, San Francisco doesn’t seem so extraordinary.

September 20 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Patent official says fraudulent time is ‘unacceptable’ and will be met with ‘disciplinary action’

The head of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office told all agency employees on Friday that time and attendance fraud is “unacceptable” and will be met with ...

September 20 FEDERAL EYE (WASHINGTON POST)

Suspicions Run Deep in Iraq That C.I.A. and the Islamic State Are United

A deputy prime minister publicly blamed the agency for creating the extremist group, and interviews suggested that most of the few thousand people at a ...

September 20 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS