Is this how Washington focuses on Latin America?

The Organization of American States is meeting in Washington June 15 but there's no U.S. ambassador to it.

Casinos, strip clubs: Let feds use government credit cards in our establishments

Casinos and adult clubs want federal employees to be able to use their government credit cards

Ambassadorial update: The Senate confirmed two nominees before taking the week off

Before heading out on vacation last Saturday, the Senate chipped away at its ambassadorial confirmation backlog.

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This congressional committee wants to hear all your FOIA gripes

Now there's a place you can air your FOIA grievances.

How long did it take a unanimous Senate to confirm two judges?

The Senate, long gridlocked over judicial nominations, managed to confirm two GOP-supported trial judges

Find out who won the Loop’s ‘Winnow Down’ the GOP debates contest

Fox News may have come up with a way to reduce the GOP presidential candidate debate field, but Loop fans came up with far better ideas.

Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign strategy: Troll your way to the top

Donald Trump may be taking over the trolling crown from Rand Paul.

Can Newt’s ‘Contract with America’ go global?

Former House speaker Newt Gingrich joins international law firm as an adviser on public policy.

Congress wants to cut President Clinton’s pension, federal allowance

Congress seeks to limit how many federal dollars former presidents take in post-White House.

Want to be called ‘Your Honor?’ You may have to wait for that

The Senate's moving slowly in filling judicial vacancies.

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