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The journalist debates government surveillance.
It needs 100,000 signatures by July 9, 2013, in order to warrant a White House response.
Snowden is reported to be staying in Hong Kong.
The television host and filmmaker don't often agree.
The president picks his longtime aide to head the Council of Economic Advisers.
The National Cancer Institute is using smartphones to try to connect with hard-to-reach groups.
The financial regulation bill is getting little support, even from those sympathetic to its goals.
The agency rebuts charges that it denies and delays fee waiver requests from conservative groups.
Conservatives are angry about a lack of emphasis on patriotic principles.
These groups actually function to advance the ambitions of potential candidates, not just causes.
The Senate Republican leader plans to conduct a campaign as sophisticated as Barack Obama's.
He will have to navigate a labyrinthine system.
He'll challenge Cory Booker in a Democratic primary.
The speaker wants House committees to wrap up their work on a version before the July 4 recess.
Among the first to go after spots in the House in 2014 are people who've already been there.
Opinion: Doing so represents only a modest realignment of American defense capabilities.
Opinion: The use of U.S. military power might just bring more chaos to the war-torn nation.
Opinion: Why giving smart, innovative people the tools to act is the right answer.
Snowden could be one of any number of the highly paid, white-collar "knowledge workers."
The agency is looking at draining cash from a weather satellite program in order to save jobs.