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2:49 AM - Thursday, January 29, 2015
1/27/2015 - The Atlantic / Jeffrey Goldberg
The Israeli prime minister has two main tasks, and he's failing at both.
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1/28/2015 - Washington Post
Like other first ladies, Michelle Obama's clothes have been scrutinized endlessly for what type of messages they convey.And she gets high marks for her "fashion diplomacy," as she engages with foreign leaders at home and abroad. Her choice to g . . .
14 hour ago - POLITICO
Republicans enraged at Obama's actions were preparing to make Lynch's confirmation battle a broader war.
5 hour ago - WSJ.com
Indiana Republican Gov. Mike Pence is moving ahead to extend Medicaid coverage to hundreds of thousands of Hoosiers under the federal health law after securing a key concession from the Obama administration.
6 hour ago - Washington Post
“While most Americans are going to be getting prepared for the Seahawks and the Patriots to tee off in the Super Bowl, the dirty little secret is that the Super Bowl actually is one of the highest levels of human sex trafficking activity of any . . .
5 hour ago - WSJ.com
Senior lawmakers are pressing the Justice Department to explain how and why it collects hundreds of millions of records on the real-time movements of cars in the U.S.
5 hour ago - WSJ.com
As many as six million households may have to pay a penalty for not having had health insurance coverage last year as required under the Affordable Care Act. The fine for not carrying insurance in 2014 is $95 per adult, or 1% of family income, . . .
17 hour ago - NPR / Debbie Elliott
It's been 54 years since students from Friendship College were arrested for a sit-in at McCrory's Five and Dime in Rock Hill, South Carolina. On Wednesday, a Rock Hill judge exonerated them.
5 hour ago - WSJ.com
A special commission looking for ways to revamp U.S. military benefits is expected to call for the creation of a new 401(k)-type retirement system as part of an overhaul of the existing Pentagon pension plan.
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