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Philip Rucker and Robert Costa
Republicans had sought to avoid such disputes in 2016, but most top GOP presidential contenders quickly backed the bill, putting them out of step with growing national support for gay rights.
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Sen. Jim Inhofe (R-Okla.) took his wife and other lawmakers on a taxpayer-funded trip to three continents.
But recently, Alaska is almost as bad.
During a March 6 news conference, Sen. Robert Menendez (D-N.J.) said he had no intention of resigning during the trial phase of the corruption investigation against him.
Remembering Obama’s gay marriage ‘evolution.’
Paul Kane and Mike DeBonis
The New Jersey senator faces allegations of improper use of his office to help friend and donor.
A gay Maryland state senator sought the prohibition, but the Republican governor quickly said no.
The Maryland Democrat is gathering cash for his campaign to succeed retiring U.S. Sen. Barbara Mikulski.
Chuck Schumer vs. Dick Durbin vs. (sort of) Patty Murray
Those cowboy boots have got to stop.
It’s three years old, but it’s apt.
The House approved a contempt resolution against the former IRS official in May 2014, after she invoked her Fifth Amendment right not to testify during a hearing.
And it could be a preview of the new normal.
A group of demonstrators against the Supreme Court’s campaign finance rulings found a limited group of reporters in the courtroom.
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Pence’s private signing ceremony was where it all began.
Gov. Asa Hutchinson says he won’t sign the controversial bill until it more closely resembles federal law.
You are not Gen X. You are not a Millennial. Unless you are a Baby Boomer, you are nothing.
Former GSA official Jeffrey E. Neely admitted that he submitted a claim for casino lodging that he knew was not for official business.
DEBRIEF | He believes that American leadership, persistence and engagement with determined enemies can change the world.
It’s a huge business with big conservative support.
No, it’s not all his fault.
The ruling sends a powerful signal to corporations that the improper use of confidentiality agreements will result in civil fines and possible criminal penalties.
The generational split is stark -- even in the GOP.
Mark Lippert is back on the job.
Rick Santorum was quoted accurately by ISIS.
The president earns a rare Geppetto Checkmark for a claim about the Affordable Care Act
Politically or otherwise.
Carol D. Leonnig
A House panel demanded testimony from two agency employees about a White House incident March 4.
The former Maryland governor wrapped up a swing through the first primary state.
IRS chief says “abysmal” customer service and a declining, older workforce pose problems for collections and efficiency.
He does kind of look like Bobby Knight a little.
Dan Balz and Peyton Craighill
A Post-ABC News poll also shows congressional Democrats with higher ratings than Republicans.
Mormonism was an unpredictable factor in the 2012 race.
That’s one of two cases of inappropriate whistleblower transfers that the Office of Special Counsel brought to light.
Michelle Ye Hee Lee
Jim Webb uses suspiciously dramatic numbers for CEO pay inequality in the U.S. compared to Japan and Germany.
Ed O’Keefe and Matea Gold
Bush has given his tacit endorsement to a new group that lets donors give unlimited amounts without releasing their names, as a super PAC does.
‘Abysmal’ customer service and declining, older workforce pose problems for collections.
Critics say it’s better in one way -- and much worse in another.
Juliet Eilperin and Sari Horwitz
His actions come more than a year after the Justice Department launched a new prison initiative.
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