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Schools would no longer be able to have vending machines or posters promoting unhealthy eating.
POLITICO Pro Report: The nation's governors break into an on-camera partisan feud following meeting.
The outgoing Business Insider editor will take part in a new policy venture at the New York Times.
"You don't bring a squirt gun to a fight where the other guys have AK-47s," Jim Steyer says.
John Dingell's Congress is long gone. Here's why we shouldn't miss it.
Opinion: Companies that manage prisons on our behalf have abysmal records.
The proposed rules are a big priority for the Obama administration.
Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman's charges in Mexico put his pending U.S. charges on the back burner.
There are major concerns about Dave Camp's plans to restructure the tax code before an election.
Rep. Duncan Hunter and the family of a fallen Marine accuse The Post of factual omissions.
The former treasury secretary says more needs to be done to better oversee financial markets.
Sens. Kirsten Gillibrand and Claire McCaskill's latest obstacle? Iran sanctions.
The vice president and Dr. Jill Biden will speak at the March 22 gala.
He says a country with a history of human rights abuses shouldn't host the games.
The struggling D.C. powerhouse shutters its New Jersey operation and many higher-ups leave.
The criticism follows reports that the budget would seek a 1 percent raise for federal workers.
On Twitter, Fallon says he's headed to Lake Michigan this weekend.
Jeb Bush responds to comments his mother has made that another Bush shouldn't be president.