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Al Kamen and Colby Itkowitz
Three retiring members of Congress spent their recess traveling to South Asia and Europe.
We asked federal workers in a survey this week to share their thoughts about the prevalence of political appointees in the government.
Disclosure of political contributors leads to witch hunts.
For many nations, it’s business as usual.
He received his brother’s kidney in 1979. Health insurance provided needed drugs others can’t afford.
Barry Goldwater’s defeat should not be seen as positive step for the party.
The Russian president trusts that a certain other president would save him if he were drowning.
Politics + celebrity = Internet gold.
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Some campaign advice from the head of the party.
Pot-smokers of America: You’re not welcome in Illinois.
Why outside groups can also fairly be called “inside groups.”
The American Customer Satisfaction Index shows the VA health network with scores equal to or better than the private sector.
What you need to know about the 2016 candidate for governor.
The law is a decade old. Has its time come and gone?
We asked federal employees in a recent survey to discuss their top priorities for changing the civil-service system.
E.J. Dionne Jr.
Republicans could learn something from the former governor, even if he isn’t the party’s 2016 nominee.
New guidelines are required, says Commissioner John Koskinen; hearing likely set for mid-summer
Democrats shouldn’t support a governor who hasn’t pushed their agenda.
George F. Will
Progressives don’t understand that it’s about securing liberty.
Some of the former Republican presidential hopefuls still must clear their campaign books.
Away from The Post, one columnist holds a counterdemonstration.
The Veep LOVES his shades.
One of these things is not like the other.
A look at where Ending Spending Action Fund’s $1.35 million came from in the first quarter.
Hagan, Nunn and Grimes outraised their Republican competition in their Senate campaigns.
The once-popular former governor might have been a viable candidate before Obamacare. But not now.
He is “nanny government” to many of the people he is trying to reach.
The IRS chief signaled that the his agency plans to re-write draft regulations limiting the political activities of tax-exempt groups.
Sean Sullivan and Aaron Blake
Michelle Nunn had another big quarter. Know who didn’t? Tea party challengers.
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