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The lone woman in the potential Republican presidential field paints herself as the alternative to the Democratic front-runner.
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Yes, looks matter.
Some lawmakers apparently had something much more important to do than go to a press dinner.
Not because he’s transgender, but because he’s an athlete.
“We wanted the pleasure and opportunity to plan a wedding, to go through the motions, to do it as any other normal couple would,” Moudi Sbeity says.
Year after year, President Obama jokes about being Muslim, foreign-born and socialist at the White House Correspondents' Association dinner.
Without any legal mumbo jumbo.
The donor game isn’t always about ideology.
And 13 percent of all Americans — but not really.
Federal laws make banking difficult for the marijuana industry. So small businesses are increasingly paying their taxes in cash.
Time to take ourselves less seriously.
The GSA needs help solving government IT problems.
Keegan-Michael Key joined the president as his “anger translator” at the correspondents’ dinner.
This Supreme Court case could make gay marriage legal nationwide. Here’s what you need to know.
Advocates contemplate legal, political “mess” if court leaves decision up to states.
The short version of Paul’s military views misses his past complexity.
The late-night comedian’s latest cause du jour.
Lawmakers demand accountablity for the $1 billion over budget VA hospital.
The former Maryland governor will be in London and Dublin this week.
Michelle Ye Hee Lee
Though Christie is correct that Medicaid spending has grown, he uses exaggerated figures and his claim lacks context.
All five were selected to attend her events.
The Democratic frontrunner’s support weakens in the swing state.
Matea Gold and Ed O’Keefe
Boosted by well-funded super PACs, more candidates will be able to stay in the contest until the end.
Georgia is a model of gerrymandering.
The U.S. Postal Service has been closing dozens of mail-sorting plants since 2012 to save money.
FACT CHECKER | The prospective 2016 GOP candidate keeps saying this, but she needs more research.
Rosalind S. Helderman
The charity defends its work as scrutiny of its finances threatens to plague Hillary Clinton’s campaign.
WHITE HOUSE DEBRIEF | The president’s frustration is showing as he fends off attacks from the left.
They’ve been on the high court for decades, but one issue divides and defines them like no other.
Somewhat after it had already exploded.
Has the opinion-shifting power of YouTube and its progeny helped or hurt the cause of democracy?
And we laugh like he’s never done it before.
President Obama’s “anger translator.“
Ted Cruz, Rick Perry and Mike Pence pledged their support for Israel at the Republican Jewish Coalition meeting.
Philip Rucker and John Wagner
In Clinton’s absence at S.C. convention, O’Malley and Sanders stir activists with populist rhetoric.
Many Americans probably haven’t heard of the lawyers handling arguments on same-sex marriage.
The former governor of Florida has considerable assets at his disposal, but they’ve done little to keep others out of the race for the Republican presidential nomination in 2016. If anything, it’s the opposite.
No celebrities actually know any White House correspondents, though.
Test your political humor knowledge.
Stop it. It’s dumb.
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