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Jerry Markon and Carol D. Leonnig
An independent review called for deep changes, including a higher fence around the White House.
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They even failed at being the worst.
‘Pantsuit aficionado’? Hmmm...
Understanding a recent experiment that found that a personal story by a gay canvasser led to large shifts in interviewees’ attitudes.
The late-night hosts weigh in on President Obama's announced changes to U.S. policy towards Cuba.
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The U.S. restores diplomatic ties with Cuba.
Karen J. Alter
Kenyatta is not the first, nor will he be the last, powerful actor to play legal politics and win.
Low pump prices mean low revenue for energy-dependent states.
Everyone was there. Even Unicorn Abraham Lincoln.
Agency gift shops help fill stockings with NASA freeze-dried ice cream, fed-themed onesies and more.
The Senate, when it closed shop, sent back scores of nominations to the White House to be returned to the new GOP Senate next year
Pamela Kirkland and Jackie Kucinich
It’s nicer than you might think.
A familiar dichotomy for the White House.
Michelle Ye Hee Lee
Jonathan Gruber gives an after-the-fact explanation of his 2012 remarks on Obamacare, but confuses the issue further.
A look at how President Obama can normalize relations with Cuba on his own versus what moves would require congressional approval.
Paul Kane and Ed O’Keefe
Funding for diplomatic operations in Havana and an ambassador’s confirmation could be likely targets.
Readers praise and criticize Federal Diary columns.
Al Kamen and Colby Itkowitz
The White House senior adviser ducked and dodged questions during a media roundtable in November.
This Republican senator knows how to really stick it to North Korea.
Gregory Weeks and John Weeks
Analysis of the numbers can help explain the timing of the shift in policy.
Remembering what we forgot happened in 2014.
As the 113th session of Congress comes to a close, PostTV asked five outgoing lawmakers to give their candid thoughts about Republicans and Democrats.
Boston Public Radio received a surprise call from President Barack Obama on Dec. 18. Obama called-in to praise the efforts of Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick, who is serving his last month in office.
On the plus side, it’s getting closer.
Colorado’s commercialized system “has injured Oklahoma’s ability to enforce our state’s policies against marijuana,” Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt said in a statement on Thursday.
Administration officials said they will make the decision next year, despite legislation to block the move.
Miami calm after huge Cuba news: So far this has been a case of the dog that did not bark in the night.
The proposal faces an uphill climb in a Republican-led state Senate.
The Pakistani Taliban’s capacity for mayhem and carnage aside, the group’s choice of targets may signal their diminished coherence and power in challenging the state.
At a reporters breakfast, Dan Pfeiffer answered a question about Cuba policy and outreach and wasn’t exactly forthcoming.
A look at a longstanding argument.
Pundits who complain about online comment threads exaggerate their flaws and don’t recognize their benefits.
Federal auditors say FEMA needs to do a better job controlling its administrative costs, which have risen dramatically in recent years.
Goodbye “Stephen Colbert.“
A legislative committee rejected Gov. Matt Mead’s proposal, but endorsed a modified version.
The New York mayor wins a dubious award.
The AP is making a major play in state capitols.
Obama’s move toward normalizing relations with Cuba kicked off a firestorm of protest by anti-Castro hardliners.
But support from young people is also up.
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