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Mitt Romney would likely be more open about his faith this time around, his son Tagg said. (Getty Images)
If he runs again, he’s determined to re-brand himself as authentic — and make public what he’s kept private.
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CNN, Sen. Paul? We need to talk.
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Gail Morgado looks at troubled regions around the world to find opportunities for the State Department to assist with expertise and resources.
She’s one of a few GOP witnesses who are more about DOJ and Eric Holder than Lynch.
Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) praised attorney general nominee Loretta Lynch Wednesday and urged members of the Senate Judiciary Committee to consider her qualifications, not the Obama administration's policies, when voting on her nomination.
A tradition unlike any other.
In the culture warrior’s new book, he expresses “shock” that the fairer sex has a filthy mouth.
House panel approves veterans sick leave bill, but can’t escape its partisan ways.
Christopher Gandrud and Cassandra Grafström
New research shows that partisan stereotypes influence Fed forecasts.
POLITICS DEBRIEF: The Republican has fame on his side, but his 2016 pitch is still in the works.
“The Daily Show” saw a valuable lesson to be learned.
From Americans Sniper and Benghazi to Young Punks and Zero Dark Thirty.
Fashion diplomacy of a different sort.
Loretta Lynch hearing starts Wednesday, but it might be Thursday’s hearing that produces some real fireworks.
Poor federal performers are still using bureaucratic jargon and passive verbs
The Court could gut the law, but what then? Here’s what.
Michelle Ye Hee Lee
Santorum’s figures incited “wows” from the crowd, but they do not tell the full story.
Calls by the former Texas governor’s legal team to toss the felony abuse-of-power case were not heeded.
Because why not.
Just when he started to get going...
Sean Sullivan and Anne Gearan
Despite the strategy’s failure in 2014, Democrats think the criticism could work in a presidential election year.
Lawmakers unanimously vote to give disabled vets increased leave but are haunted by partisanship.
Forecasters and some Northeast officials are criticized for overreacting as travel was restricted.
Al Kamen and Colby Itkowitz
After nearly six years, he’s feeling neglected by Obama
After congressional Benghazi hearing Tuesday, GOP congressman says he will likely call on Hillary Clinton to testify.
Secret doors, swing states and SkyMall
This is real Science, and you need to respect that.
Nuance is not your friend in politics.
Same sex marriage unsettles the South
Al Kamen and Sari Horwitz
Parole Commission Chairman Isaac Fulwood Jr. is retiring, citing lack of support from the administration.
From the Wisconsin politician playbook.
It’s a lot like Obama’s diversity problem.
But it’s worth remembering that these projections can change quickly.
Among them: an 8.5-inch knife tucked inside an enchilada.
You might be surprised how many people answered FEC’s call for public comments
The groups could buy 99 minutes of Super Bowl ads.
First he’s the poverty and foreign policy guy. Now he’s “authentic.“
19 percent of LGBT Republicans.
Bad idea jeans.
Former Alaska governor Sarah Palin (R) delivers remarks at the Iowa Freedom Summit.
Fast-track authority on trade deals is one of the few areas where the GOP and the president agree.
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