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Feel the burn rate: Some presidential candidates are racing to the red

When it comes to spending money, the Democratic primary is quickly becoming a two-tier affair

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Controversial drug nixed from Veterans Affairs drug list following Center reporting

A Department of Veterans Affairs panel has pushed back against efforts to rush a controversial anti-depression drug into use for its patients, voting not to include the drug, Spravato, on its list of drugs available through prescription at its pharmacies.

Congressman demands answers after Center investigation into missing plutonium

Congressman Joaquin Castro, D-San Antonio, called for answers in a letter to U.S. Secretary of Energy Rick Perry after the Center for Public Integrity's reporting on undisclosed amounts of plutonium and cesium stolen from the backseat of a vehicle in San Antonio.

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How special interest groups achieve their goals by enlisting friendly lawmakers to quietly push ‘model legislation’ in statehouses nationwide.

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