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The overall inventory is down, but the agency is processing claims at a slower rate compared to last year.
E.J. Dionne Jr.
The GOP’s ‘ideas’ sound like mere packaging.
Not all tea party rock stars are created equal.
From Blinken to Gates, a look at the Sunday show conversation about the situation in Ukraine.
THE FIX | Millennials are more liberal and are more inclined to support Democrats, a new Pew study finds.
Her bill is expected to pass, but the Mo. Democrat has lost by winning with a bill described as too modest.
For his CPAC speech, the GOP lawmaker should have double-checked the “brown paper bag” tale.
2014 is not 2012 or 2010.
Don’t forget the “somewhat conservative” voters. They might decide the nomination.
Rep. Paul Ryan’s “Four Pinocchio” story Thursday remind us of something his old boss, Rep. Jack Kemp, did in 1996.
The two men don’t like each other. But their feud is about more than just that.
The measure would designate certain positions for workers with alternative credentials.
Blocking the nomination of Debo Adegbile for doing his job.
Rigorous testing is more crucial than ever.
George F. Will
Lois Lerner may be the face of misbehavior, but she is not alone.
Meet the top prospects: Deval Patrick and Susana Martinez.
CPAC provides a snapshot of the anarchy that reigns in the GOP.
Judging by CPAC, you’d think Rick Perry was one of the favorites in 2016.
The DNC and RNC are not what they once were.
Sean Sullivan and Jeff Simon
The congresswoman and Senate candidate chats Hawaii cuisine, frequent flyer miles and Hawaii’s divided Democratic Party.
The Senate confirmed U.S. drug czar and a former Seattle police chief Gil Kerlikowske to head Customs and Border Protection.
Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) told a tale about a brown paper bag that was apparently too good to check.
FEDERAL DIARY | Partisan rancor runs wild during an oversight hearing.
History tells us who, and what, will fill the vacuum.
Perhaps an Oscar-winning film can help us confront our original sin.
Obama’s stance leaves room for Putin the conquerer.
Al Kamen and Colby Itkowitz
A White House photographer’s 1988 photo certainly looks like Mr. Putin.
Wesley Lowery and Josh Hicks
House Oversight Committee chairman apologizes to Rep. Elijah E. Cummings for cutting off microphone.
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