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Among the class of Republican presidential hopefuls, the Wisconsin governor is the only one who faces a critical test on Nov. 4, and he’s far more worried than he was in previous contests.
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Katie Zezima and Sean Sullivan
President Obama has raised a lot of campaign cash for Democrats, but can he help them on the trail?
Al Kamen and Colby Itkowitz
The flap over Ron Klain’s qualifications mirrors a dispute from the Bush years.
Super PACs, super PACs and 2016.
Mitch McConnell hits the coal road.
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett signed a new law that which will allow prosecutors and victims of a violent crime to sue the offender for “conduct which perpetuates the continuing effect of the crime on the victim.“
Jerry Markon and Tim Carman
The upscale Brazilian steakhouse sued after a DHS office denied a visa to a man who had worked as a specialized gaucho chef in Brazil.
Henry Kissinger is among the most important realists in the history of international relations theory, but in “World Order” he has outed himself as a constructivist.
A new poll suggests Mitch McConnell and Alison Lundergan Grimes are in a dead heat.
Big shifts in how Republicans are doing in early voting in Iowa and North Carolina.
Today, Federal Eye interviews Barbara Comstock, a GOP candidate for Congress in Northern Virginia.
The state settled in a seven-year-old lawsuit filed by the New York Civil Liberties Union.
Kerry names former Sen. Gary Hart (D-Colo.), whose 1988 presidential campaign was derailed by an extramarital affair, as representative to Northern Ireland talks
During a speech on commuter issues, Vice President Biden estimates that he has made roughly 8,000 round-trips on Amtrak.
The National Archives saved its clip art glory. Plus, there’s a message from Al Gore.
5 takeaways from the new study of Americans’ media habits.
The White House launched its first website 20 years ago this week in 1994.
Remembering Oscar de la Renta and the first ladies he dressed.
Thanks to outside money, the race in North Carolina could top it.
Rand Paul’s reputation as being the most interesting man in politics is wearing thin.
The EPA inspector general rejected claims from GOP lawmakers that he is venturing too far into policy questions.
Inside “these are are all folks who vote with me.“
A look at the county-by-county shift in political leanings.
Energy producers have spent more on one tiny county than most statewide ballot initiatives will attract.
A new report offers predictions for this year and next.
Petia Kostadinova and Maria Popova
Highly fragmented party system, amplified by personality conflicts, make it very difficult for Bulgaria to form its next government following the Oct. 5, 2014, elections.
This ad from Sen. Mark Warner (D-Va.) attacks the lobbying career of his Republican challenger, Ed Gillespie.
In a 16-day period, same-sex marriage became legal throughout the “Book of Mormon Belt.“
Patrick J. Egan
The most credible candidates for national office? Governors whose polling is exceeding expectations.
90 members of Congress agree on something.
Mike Hubbard, architect of the state GOP’s return to power, faces 23 counts.
For the wonks, here’s a deeper dive into the Election Lab model.
Right-leaning Americans rely on Fox News and pundits like Rush Limbaugh, a study finds.
A GOP super PAC relaunches a false attack concerning congressional perks debunked months ago.
VA’s worker-satisfaction numbers dropped in 76 out of 84 measures as the agency’s record-keeping scandal was unfolding, according to a survey.
The presumed 2016 front-runner is among Democrats’ best assets to energize voters before midterms.
Meet the two most likely candidates to take over the House and Senate small business committees next year.
He told the Rev. Al Sharpton that Democrats in tough races have “supported my agenda.”
Los Angeles argues that access to hotel guest information is a necessary tool for law enforcement.
The GAO report noted that the USDA missed a deadline to publish standards and urged the department to remedy the situation “as quickly as possible.”
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