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Democrats face a tough trend in which the party controlling the White House generally loses seats in the sixth year, POLITICO's Ben White says.
Target missed opportunities to thwart the hackers responsible for the unprecedented holiday shopping season data breach, a Senate report said Tuesday.
New York and Kentucky seem to be doing more than their fair share of the work in signing up the uninsured in Obamacare.
The Supreme Court will consider whether businesses can object to a law that requires employers to provide insurance that covers birth control.
The Obama administration is preparing to unveil a proposal for an overhaul of the NSA's once-secret bulk phone records program. The NYT reports.
The Fed "tried to say very explicitly" that "the expectations have not changed," Philly Fed President Charles Plosser tells CNBC.
"Customers should be allowed to buy products that fit their need," the Florida Republican says.
U.S. President Barack Obama sought support from European allies and China on Monday to isolate Russia over its seizure of Crimea.
Minneapolis Fed Bank President Narayana Kocherlakota has no plans to make a habit of saying "no," people familiar with his thinking say.
Does the National Security Agency's Internet snooping reach into the email inboxes of former occupants of the White House?
If the pipeline isn't built, some experts say, "the most toxic fossil fuel on the planet" will still find its way to the surface. NBC News reports.
G-7 nations are to hold talks on the sidelines of a nuclear security summit on Monday to consider their response to Russia annexing Crimea.
NATO's top military commander said on Sunday that Russia had a large force on Ukraine's eastern border and said he was worried it could pose a threat to Moldova's separatist Transdniestria region.
Count former President Bill Clinton among those who are skeptical of the new Obama administration plan to give up Internet oversight authority.
The sanctions taken against Russia by the West over its annexation of Crimea are already having an impact.
U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew will have an outpatient surgical procedure in New York on Tuesday for treatment of a benign enlarged prostate.
The Federal Reserve was not trying to signal a more restrictive policy stance when earlier this week it dropped a set of guideposts, a top Fed official said.
People who already started the process of signing up for insurance under the Affordable Care Act may get a little more time to finish enrolling.
Sen. Dan Coats found himself on a Russian sanctions list, and responded in the only way he knew how: cracking some jokes at Vladimir Putin's expense.
If the main goal of the Affordable Care Act is to insure Americans, why is the administration not asking applicants whether they were insured?