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Actress/activist Ruby Dee dies at 91
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My sister inspired The Fault in Our Stars
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Sandhya Somashekhar and Amy Goldstein
Two federal appellate courts handed down contradictory rulings Tuesday on the legality of a central part of the ACA that provides insurance subsidies to millions of Americans in states that rely on the new federal health insurance marketplace.
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A miniscule margin separates the two in the hotly contested GOP runoff; Kingston got Chamber support.
Melinda Henneberger and Melinda Henneberg
At Robert A. McDonald’s confirmation hearing, senators appeared as not wanting to scare him off.
The House wants to spread mass punishment for senior executives from the VA to the IRS.
Al Kamen and Colby Itkowitz
There’s a law against the legislative body to be working in August — really.
Zachary A. Goldfarb
The proposal would seek to overhaul the safety net but leave in place existing levels of funding.
Despite false documents, federal subsidies, policies through HealthCare.gov were obtained.
David Nakamura and Ed O’Keefe
The administration has warned that it is running out of money to address the child-migrant crisis.
Authorities say Jimmie Randall Johnson Jr., 45, said he would kill Romney and Ryan as well.
The body of Kris Regelbrugge, 44, was found four months after the disaster.
The November elections aren’t likely to cure it.
It is easy to believe that Muslims are having trouble integrating into European societies, however, survey evidence from France indicates that this is less of a problem than commonly suggested.
A county-by-county breakdown.
A court ruling threatens to raise the price of health insurance for Americans who used HealthCare.gov.
A proposal qualified for the November ballot on Tuesday.
HBO show featured a bloodbath at a fictional Cruz fundraiser on Sunday night. The Texas Republican was not happy.
Thousands of foreign ‘Lone Soldiers’ are serving in the Israeli military. Are these soldiers comparable to al-Qaeda-inspired jihadis or the volunteer brigades who joined the Spanish Civil War?
Nia-Malika Henderson and Wesley Lowery
While impeachment talk is making some Republicans uneasy, some Democrats see an opportunity.
Obama had almost 21 hours during which he could have closed the deal on the home.
Dole is one of the titanic figures in politics.
It’s not often that people get involved in politics by saving a strip club.
Lisa Rein and Lynh Bui
Almost two-thirds of D.C.-area letter carriers are delivering the mail after 5 p.m., audit finds.
Voters may get upset when Congress shuts down in August without passing important legislation, but there’s a law against it.
The political debate over Obamacare is over.
Some 4.6 million people have subsidized coverage -- and over 2 million likely pay $50 or less a month.
Edmond J. Keller
What five African cases teach us about identity politics and belonging in Africa.
A Democratic poll shows Republicans leading by two points across the 12 most competitive states.
Ruling allows members of Congress and their staffers to continue buying plans on small-business exchanges.
Erica Sagrans is leading the movement to draft Sen. Elizabeth Warren for 2016. What will it take for her to convince Warren to run?
But in closer races, turnout was up.
After EPA Office of Water tweets about Kim Kardashian, Rep. John Dingell wins the Internet for having absolutely no idea who she is.
Lawmakers have questioned the IRS’s handling of old storage devices since the agency reported that it destroyed the hard drive of Lois Lerner.
In the South Court Auditorium on Tuesday, President Obama signed the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act, which he said would help "restore opportunity for every single American."
One-time revenue streams plugged a revenue hole, but the move has rating agencies concerned.
In this campaign ad for his Senate run, Rep. Bill Cassidy (R-La.) says that politicians should not have a place in controlling health care.
The New Jersey governor is trying to walk a very fine line on gun control.
If you are related to the vice president, prepare for a lifetime of answering questions about it.
A history of presidents fundraising in Southern California, despite massive grumblings from the press.
An IG report recommends the Defense Department examine further why an airbase in Afghanistan allowed waste to be burned openly creating harmful toxins.
Clinton’s past is a political problem.
A state election board has upheld a provision prohibiting cameras at the polls.
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