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Former Md. Gov. Martin O'Malley at a local Democratic Party event in Iowa. (Bloomberg)
The former Maryland governor sounded more resolute than ever about taking on Hillary Clinton.
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The Post’s Sarah Pulliam Bailey explains the controversial religious freedom law in Indiana.
Jenna Portnoy and Robert Barnes
The state court had ruled in the fall that race was the predominate factor in drawing lines.
Three decades have passed without a serious attempt on a presidents’s life.
He’s not Jeb Bush. But neither is anyone else in the field.
The longtime mail carrier and handler pleaded guilty in November to making false statements about injuries that allowed her to collect federal-employee disability benefits.
A full list.
Juliet Eilperin and Paul Kane
“What if we carried ourselves more like Ted Kennedy?” the president asked.
Judge says Common Core is legal; Gov. Bobby Jindal, eyeing 2016, vows to keep fighting.
Spence Jackson had been outspoken about an “anti-Semitic” whisper campaign against his boss.
An update to our White House records tool.
A pizza shop in Switzerland is offering a specialty pizza named for John Kerry, who is in town for the Iran nuclear talks.
State Sen. Larry Stutts wants to end a law guaranteeing women a 48-hour stay in the hospital after giving birth.
A big Mike Pence donor throws him under the bus.
Budget proposals could lead to cuts not just for feds but also to the services they provide taxpayers.
He’s getting feisty! Or, at least, feistier.
Christians are a majority in the U.S., but many feel religion is losing influence
His endorsement of Barack Obama mattered. A lot.
The kinds of discrimination that critics fear the Indiana law will allow are explicitly banned in well over a dozen states.
Michelle Ye Hee Lee
The huge differences between costs of the new fracking rule call both into question.
A major criticism of Indiana’s bill and others is they’re too broad.
*bleep* the Constitution.
A Maryland facility offering the abortion pill is part of a push among advocates to be unapologetic.
Rep. Eddie Bernice Johnson (Tex.) will ask President Obama to fire Todd Zinser in the wake of a Hill probe.
Evidence of how far the movement has come.
Rep. Eddie Bernice Johnson (D-Texas) plans to ask President Obama this week to remove the Commerce Department inspector general over a long string of alleged misconduct issues.
The often-told anecdote about open windows and the timing of a hearing turns out not to be true.
The Texas Republican could not have begun on a higher note, but his rollout as a 2016 contender wasn’t all bright.
Josh Hicks and Sarah Halzack
Critics of the new law say it allows businesses to discriminate against gays by denying them service.
Eighteen of the 19 other state measures like Indiana’s pre-date the 2013 Supreme Court decisions on gay marriage.
Sen. Harry Reid’s retirement shakes things up, but the field for both parties is still very much taking shape.
Good news for people used to bad news.
Yes, this is a parody.
Graphing turnout data by age and race.
David A. Fahrenthold
The near-unanimity in supporting the Second Amendment — even among candidates who don’t own firearms — underscores the importance of guns in modern-day conservatism.
Greg Jaffe and Missy Ryan
The administration is facing pressure to confront Iran’s use of proxy militant groups across the Middle East.
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