Full story - March 24, 2016
Clinton Sanders edit
Reforming the system requires more than presidential action.
Full story - March 02, 2016
A bumper sticker is passed out before U.S. Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson speaks at a campaign event in Pahrump, Nevada.
That database survives after the failure of his candidacy — and is potential post-campaign money machine.
Full story - February 24, 2016
Thomas Hicks became chairman of the Election Assistance Commission on Feb. 24, 2016. He previously served as the agency's vice chairman.
Voter access and technology improvements top Thomas Hicks' agenda as Election Assistance Commission chairman.
Full story - December 21, 2015
The crowd cheers during a Tea Party rally to "Audit the IRS" in front of the U.S. Capitol in Washington June 19, 2013
Tea Party groups have won a major victory, strengthening provisions established by the Citizens United case.
Josue “Josh” Muniz, now 20, is suing the San Bernardino City Unified School District and a school police officer for excessive force and negligent training. The suit alleges that the officer  grabbed Muniz, then 17, by the throat, pepper sprayed him and b
Soul-searching in San Bernardino County over school cops’ tactics and attitudes.
Full story - November 08, 2015
How does your state rank for integrity?
Only three states scored higher than a D-plus in this latest investigation by the Center on Public Integrity.
Full story - September 25, 2015
amazon
Online retailer to teenage super PAC founder: Not so fast
Full story - August 24, 2015
Sandia National Laboratories.
The Sandia Corporation has agreed to reimburse the Energy Department after allegedly spending federal funds on lobbying instead of national security.
Full story - August 03, 2015
Lieutenant Farhan al-Jassem.
A Syrian who embraced the US cause and his military commander has been captured by al-Qaeda sympathizers.
Full story - July 22, 2015
A 'Ban the Bomb' sign earlier this month outside nuclear talks in Vienna.
A Los Alamos National Laboratory supplied critical scientific data about a gas used in America's nuclear weapons but may stay shut until year's end. Multi-billion-dollar Los Alamos contractor has told investigators it needs more money to meet basic safety expectations.

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