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Senate and House negotiators are closing in on a modest accord that would not significantly reduce the debt, close corporate tax loopholes or reform expensive health and retirement programs.
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A state-level push to erect Christian monuments in public spaces could open the door for other groups.
Democratic governors hope to force Midwestern and Appalachian states to clean up their air.
Ed O'Keefe and Sean Sullivan
An ongoing analysis by The Washington Post is tracking which members of Congress are joining the new health care exchanges.
The days of talking about grand bargains are over.
They’ll have to compete with Maryland’s entire congressional delegation, which has backed moving the office to Prince George’s County.
Secretary of State John Kerry says Bush passed up a chance to curtail Iran’s nuclear program. What really happened in 2003?
The grocery stores you choose say something about your income, generation and political leanings.
Federal employees have the option of using unscheduled leave, teleworking or arriving up to two hours later than usual, OPM said.
A man suspected of killing three women in an apartment complex shot himself to death in front of police.
As companies seek to shape the debate in Washington, associations are vying fiercely for their business.
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Panel would have a majority of Democratic-appointed judges if nominee Patricia Millett is confirmed
Social science often ignores the idiosyncrasies of individual leaders. It shouldn’t.
The problem is easy to see. The solution isn’t.
In the midterms, there simply aren’t that many congressional districts that a wave could wipe away.
Some 1.3 million people will immediately see their benefits disappear when those benefits expire at month’s end.
Pearl Harbor drew us into a world war 72 years ago. See where those who served then live now.
Tom Hamburger and Peter Wallsten
Executives, lobbyists and lawmakers at the center of efforts to maintain protections for this farming sector.
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The president says the diplomatic deal is as likely to fail as it is to succeed, but “we have to try.”
At annual Advance retreat, some clamored for a change of direction while others vowed to stand pat.
Legislative liaison who helped secure the passage of the Affordable Care Act will assist with implementation.
The president has called the growing income gap a “defining challenge.” But how much can he do about it?
South Africa owes much to Mandela’s remarkable self-restraint.
A comment by the vice president about working women was taken out of context and labeled a gaffe.
How well do you know your crass fellow Americans?
The Reagan Administration didn’t always look kindly on Mandela and the African National Congress.
Janet Napolitano, former secretary of homeland security and current president of the University of California system, sits down with The Washington Post's Nick Anderson to discuss her transition out of the Obama administration.
The agency tweaked its language on delayed arrivals and urged agencies to ensure more teleworking.
Bob Schneider’s “2002.”
Is it time for Republicans to give up? Or can they turn around recent catastrophic losses?
The company wants states to pick up the tab for land and facilities -- and to totally change their tax codes.
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