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In Congress, some wonder if country is too complacent.
ProEnglish has been called a "white nationalist group," but insists its goal is to unite, not divide.
Republicans and Democrats oppose bills to give Obama more flexibility on sequester.
The Defense Department has extended select military benefits to same-sex couples.
Senate Republicans want more information on Benghazi before they allow a confirmation vote on Chuck Hagel as secretary of defense.
Automatic defense cuts could mean furlough days, lack of military preparedness.
A summer-long heat wave and ravaging wildfires prove something must be done about global warming.
Speaker-elect John Boehner promises that next year's spending bills won't have earmarks.
Tea Party tries to shake off Lisa Murkowski's revived candidacy.
The Senate Environment and Public Works Committee’s can-do tradition of sensible problem-solving has disappeared.