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A network of conservative advocacy groups plans to spend a staggering $889 million ahead of the next White House election, more than double the $407 million the network raised in the last campaign.
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Among them: an 8.5-inch knife tucked inside an enchilada.
A tradition unlike any other.
You might be surprised how many people answered FEC’s call for public comments
The groups could buy 99 minutes of Super Bowl ads.
First he’s the poverty and foreign policy guy. Now he’s “authentic.“
19 percent of LGBT Republicans.
Bad idea jeans.
Former Alaska governor Sarah Palin (R) delivers remarks at the Iowa Freedom Summit.
Fast-track authority on trade deals is one of the few areas where the GOP and the president agree.
An hourly wage buys more gas than at any point in years.
The Ohio governor quotes Lincoln, but it turns out he fell for one of the great hoaxes of U.S. history. Four Pinocchios!
And he used it.
The contractor, a key player in developing the once-glitchy HealthCare.gov site, is helping the IRS handle its responsibilities under the Affordable Care Act for $4.5 million.
Obama has vetoed only two bills so far, but now the GOP is in full control of Congress
If Mitt Romney chooses to run for president again, he is determined to re-brand himself as authentic. And central to that mission is making public what he has kept private.
Pretty much the same thing happened in 2010.
A bipartisan group of Senators wrote to President Obama urging him to select a nominee for TSA Administrator. Former head John Pistole stepped down on Dec. 31.
Reince Priebus puts his team in place for 2016 push.
What really happened when a bust of Churchill loaned to George W. Bush was returned to Britain?
Stores are full, streets are empty as the city braces for up to two feet of snow.
Democrats and Republicans expect to continue to discuss the bill.
Carol D. Leonnig and Craig Whitlock
The Secret Service has spent years studying the threats drones pose, but officials said the agency isn’t able to easily identify and stop a typical one.
The state’s attorney general says he needs time for a ruling or to obtain a new lethal-injection sedative.
A roundup of news from across the nation.
Al Kamen and Colby Itkowitz
A fight over Romney brings out the long knives between these two.
Narendra Modi. Like a boss.
Biden + Ellen = you know what to do.
A lower court was told it erred in relying on a precedent favoring vested benefits in union contracts.
2016, immigration and “Mischievously Populist Christie.“
Carol D. Leonnig, Katie Zezima and Craig Whitlock
The man later called the Secret Service and explained that he never intended for his “quadcopter” to breach White House security, investigators said.
Dropkick Murphys, not mincing words.
Federal employees would be eligible for six weeks of paid leave for purposes related to the birth or adoption of a child, under legislation introduced Monday by a group of House Democrats.
The Iowa Freedom Summit was not impressed.
Where “important” means “not important.“
The move to protect 1.4 million acres of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge will spark a battle with Alaska Republicans.
The ranking Democrat on Senate intelligence panel laments that the “future is unknown” in Yemen.
The carnival barker has become an even-more-unhelpful sideshow.
Yes, drones can fly precisely. But they can’t really do much damage.
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