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Behind The Curtain At The Clinton White House

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Feeling The Fiscal Squeeze, EPA Seeks To Slim Down

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More than a month after the Charleston, W.V., water supply was contaminated, Nakeysha Bennett will only feed her 3-week-old Eli formula mixed with bottled water. "It drives me crazy that I can't just use regular water out my sink," she says. Brakkton Booker/NPR hide caption

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Congressional Panel Probes W.Va. Chemical Spill

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U.S. Postal Service clerks help customers at the Los Feliz Post Office in Los Angeles. Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images hide caption

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Virginia's Gay-Marriage Decision Shows 'Disrespect'

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Auto show worker Jorge Martinez details a 2014 Buick Regal in preparation for display Jan. 11. The Regal is equipped with technology that senses a potential accident and slows the car automatically. Rebecca Cook/Reuters /Landov hide caption

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Putting The Brake On Who Can See Your Car's Data Trail

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"Any federal employee who's driving a Dodge Viper either has a really good spouse, a really good inheritance or needs to be investigated by the inspector general," Labor Secretary Tom Perez says at the Detroit Auto Show. Brian Naylor/NPR hide caption

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Jobs Pitchman Takes Labor Department's Show On the Road

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To help cut down on fraud, Congress is limiting access to the Social Security Administration's data about people who die in the United States each year. iStockphoto hide caption

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Joe Biden has a light-hearted moment in the Old Senate Chambers in January. The vice president has not ruled out running for president in 2016. Cliff Owen/AP hide caption

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Up Next For Joe Biden, A Busy Year — And A Choice

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