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The GOP-led 114th Congress will look to quickly implement its agenda, which includes Keystone XL and Obamacare. The New York Times reports.
North Korea has never before demonstrated any advanced hacking capabilities, says Scott Borg of the U.S. Cyber Consequences Unit.
2014 was no exception when it came to the U.S. government's wasteful use of money, reports the Fiscal Times.
Here are 5 things the massive hacking at Sony exposed—including how companies use risk management incorrectly to justify bad decisions.
New York Representative Michael Grimm resigned after pleading guilty to felony tax evasion, NBC News Reports.
Environmentalists say the Environmental Protection Agency should have imposed stricter regulations on coal ash. The Fiscal Times reports.
The cost of Obama's immigration order: nearly $8 million a year in lease payments and more than $40 million in salaries. The NYT reports.
Yes, jobs. But there's one more key message Democrats need to hit for 2016, says former Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm.
Think you've never been hacked? Think again, says "Shark Tank" star Robert Herjavec. This is a new cold war. Are you ready?
Caterpillar chief Doug Oberhelman tells CNBC he sees big opportunities in Cuba, and maybe in a few years Cuba could be like Puerto Rico.
Lawyers often tell clients that the "e" in email stands for evidence. Here's how that evidence would play out for Sony in court.
President Obama has made multiple bold policy moves heading into the "lame duck" period of his second term. NBC News reports.
Commerce Secretary Penny Pritzker also says the U.S. is pursuing thawing relations with Cuba because isolation hasn't worked.
Businesses should not plan on plunking down money on investments in Cuba just yet, said a former U.S. Commerce Secretary.
A federal watchdog wonders if the $700 million the United States has given to Afghanistan is actually helping the region. The Fiscal Times reports.
President Barack Obama on Tuesday signed a $1.1 trillion spending bill passed by Congress last week that lifted the threat of a shutdown.
The number of Americans who say the country is on the right track ticked up, but the dominant mood country remains negative, a new NBC/WSJ poll shows.
Except for some final votes the Senate still needs to take, the work of the 113th Congress has come to an end. NBC News reports.
Instead of avoiding a government shutdown, Congress should put wasteful programs on the chopping block, says former Rep. Ron Paul.
Bill Richardson tells CNBC he's not ready to endorse the wife of his former boss should she seek the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination.
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