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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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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 new prison initiative.
A tribute to the late senator shows how today’s ideological warriors lack the relationships to get things passed.
The justices split, 5 to 4, with the court’s conservative judges siding with the Obama administration.
To make it to all 50 states, Obama will only need South Dakota.
The former Florida governor casts a BIG shadow.
There are more than you think.
The more things change, the more some things stay the same.
The era of Vox, BuzzFeed and Vice News is upon us.
Robert O'Harrow Jr.
Under the new policy, federal authorities will only seize bank accounts when serious illegal transactions have been documented.
The note was released at the request of Spence Jackson’s family, seeking to put rumors to rest, police said.
Some of this week’s congressional travel doesn’t look all that appealing.
Republican bills in the House and Senate would end “official time,” which allows federal employees to deal with union work on the government dime.
During the White House briefing Tuesday, press secretary Josh Earnest denied that the law Indiana Gov. Mike Pence defended earlier in the day was the same as a federal law regarding religious freedom.
Trevor Noah is something of a blank slate.
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Konyndyk is director of the Office of U.S. Foreign Disaster Assistance at the USAID.
The former Maryland governor returns to New Hampshire.
Indiana is a last gasp, not a new front.
This strategy ALWAYS works.
Culture and values shape the political landscape — and will shape the presidential race in 2016.
A full list.
Hey, it is fiction, right?
Secret Service agents are apparently pretty sensitive.
While lawmakers pat themselves on the back, bipartisan “doc fix” deal may not be easily replicated.
The slippery slope of “well, we won” logic.
But it still may have gotten results.
The chang between now and 2040 will be remarkable.
Here are a couple things about the Religious Freedom Restoration Act.
The HBO show was humanizing, Obama said.
U.S. poll shows that the idea of establishing a new Palestinian state alongside Israel in the Middle East is more divisive than at any point in the past 20 years.
TSA has never explained what types of behaviors raise flags, but a leaked document exposes the agency’s checklist.
There are narrow but possibly important differences between the Indiana law and the one supported by President Obama.
Sandhya Somashekhar and Mark Berman
GOP lawmakers promised to amend a religious freedom bill that critics have labeled as anti-gay, bowing to protests that have rapidly spread to several other states considering similar measures.
A Louisiana inmate argues that he didn’t get a hearing in state court to show that he is intellectually disabled.
Al Kamen and Colby Itkowitz
The fears of the merely wealthy, eager to earn postings at U.S. embassies, may be unfounded.
The Post’s Sarah Pulliam Bailey explains the controversial religious freedom law in Indiana.
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