AJ Yohn
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One in Four Americans Still Suffering From the Sequester

Sequestration is increasingly threatening government workers, as jobs are cut and hours are reduced across the board.

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The 113th Congress Takes "Dysfunctional" to a Whole New Level, Here's the Proof

Congress is where the people's representatives has out America's biggest problems. It's usually not an easy thing to do, and compromise is required. So where'd the compromise go?
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The EU-U.S. Free Trade Deal, in Plain English

The U.S. and the EU are set to begin talks to create a major free trade agreement. What does it really mean?
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The U.S. and EU Are Getting Ready to Create the Biggest Free-Trade Zone Ever

Representatives of the United States and the European Union are about to begin negotiations for the largest free trade agreement in history.
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Trans-Pacific Partnership: Is the Obama Administration Keeping Secrets About Its New Trade Agreement?

The Obama administration is working on a massive trade agreement. So why is it so hard for the people who should be in the know to get any information?
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G8 Summit 2013: Obama's Keynote Must Address Syria

President Obama is the keynote speaker at the G8 Summit in Northern Ireland. He needs to use this opportunity in front of the world leadership to be serious about Syria.

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Immigration Reform 2013: So Close, Yet So Far

Don't count on the House to pass comprehensive immigration reform.
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Immigration Reform 2013: Senate Progress Could Mean Nothing If House Blocks Gang Of 8 Bill

The Gang of Eight senators' proposal for immigration reform is moving to the full Senate. But is it only a matter of time before the chance of actual comprehensive change is lost?
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5 Hunger Strikes That Caught the World's Attention

While prisoners in Guantanamo Bay are participating in hunger strikes, these are some other examples of hunger strikes that drew attention and changed public policy.

Facebook Open Compute Project: This Time With Hardware, Facebook Tries to Change the Game Again

Facebook has pioneered the way we communicate and share the happenings in our daily lives. Can they make a similar impact in the more insular world of network infrastructure?
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Benghazi Cover Up: 4 Biggest Screwups in CIA History

The CIA is an agency steeped in history and intrigue, and is often credited with keeping America safe. But what about when those who should know everything make mistakes?

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Brown-Vitter 2013: Senate's "Too Big to Fail" Legislation Is Actually Too Big to Succeed

Brown-Vitter, a bill sponsored by one Democrat and one Republican, places the strictest requirements yet on big banks. Despite its bipartisan pedigree, it's not likely to go anywhere.
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Immigration Reform 2013: Economic Effects Will Make or Break This Deal

Immigration reform is projected to have significant impacts on the U.S. economy, but what will those effects be?