Government shutdown begins: What happens now?

Government shutdown: Is Republican resolve cracking?

Obamacare isn’t popular, but government shutdown is even less so, poll shows

New little girl arrives at White House. Meet Sunny Obama.
Photo: Pete Souza/The White House/Courtesy via Reuters/Reuters

New little girl arrives at White House. Meet Sunny Obama.

Photo: Pete Souza/The White House/Courtesy via Reuters/Reuters

Food Stamps Explained: How has the program grown? Who uses them? What can they buy? 
Research: Allison Terry Graphic: Jake Turcotte

Food Stamps Explained: How has the program grown? Who uses them? What can they buy? 

Research: Allison Terry Graphic: Jake Turcotte

Abortion limits sweep states: Legislatures are passing a slew of new restrictions, and even ‘purple’ states join the crackdown
Graphic: Rich Clabaugh/The Christian Science Monitor

Abortion limits sweep states: Legislatures are passing a slew of new restrictions, and even ‘purple’ states join the crackdown

Graphic: Rich Clabaugh/The Christian Science Monitor

Federal probe of George Zimmerman not over, says Justice’s Eric Holder
President Obama: ‘The death of Trayvon Martin was a tragedy for America’
How much do you know about the Trayvon Martin case? Take our quiz.
Cartoon: Robert Ariail 

Federal probe of George Zimmerman not over, says Justice’s Eric Holder

President Obama: ‘The death of Trayvon Martin was a tragedy for America’

How much do you know about the Trayvon Martin case? Take our quiz.

Cartoon: Robert Ariail 

How much do you know about America’s first ladies?

Which first lady held a seance in the White House? 

Who was the first first lady to wear pants in public?

Who was the first first lady to cast a vote in a presidential election?

Who is the only first lady elected to public office in her own right?

Take our quiz!

Immigration Update: Our latest on the immigration debate in Congress.
Immigration reform: Senate Republicans on the cusp of buying in? 
Can immigration reform pass? Five senators to watch.
Immigration reform tying House Republicans in knots
Photo: A protester shouts out against the tough enforcement measures in the GOP-proposed Strengthen and Fortify Enforcement Act, as he and others are removed from the audience during the House Judiciary Committee hearing on Capitol Hill on Tuesday. Carolyn Kaster/AP

Immigration Update: Our latest on the immigration debate in Congress.

Immigration reform: Senate Republicans on the cusp of buying in? 

Can immigration reform pass? Five senators to watch.

Immigration reform tying House Republicans in knots

Photo: A protester shouts out against the tough enforcement measures in the GOP-proposed Strengthen and Fortify Enforcement Act, as he and others are removed from the audience during the House Judiciary Committee hearing on Capitol Hill on Tuesday. Carolyn Kaster/AP

Everything we know about Edward Snowden and the NSA leak

Actually, Americans aren’t shrugging over NSA surveillance

Edward Snoden: Who is he, and what kind of life is he leaving behind?

Edward Snowden leaks: why Obama has a political cushion

Photos (top) Edward Snowden, who worked as a contract employee at the National Security Agency, speaks to The Guardian newspaper on Sunday in Hong Kong. The Guardian/AP

Gen. Keith B. Alexander, commander, US Cyber Command and director, National Security Agency/Chief, Central Security Service listens while testifying on Capitol Hill in Washington, June 12, before the Senate Appropriations Committee. Charles Dharapak/AP

How much did IRS spend filming ‘Star Trek’ spoof? 

How much did IRS spend filming ‘Star Trek’ spoof? 

Obama’s approval ratings slide: Scandals taking toll?
Cartoon: Gary Varvel

Obama’s approval ratings slide: Scandals taking toll?

Cartoon: Gary Varvel

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