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Michigan’s Snyder advises: Focus on problems, not blame-game politics and old governing models.
Dark thoughts capture our imaginations after a crash.
A GOP plan would lower rates of return and increase the employee’s share of health costs.
Mike DeBonis and Sean Sullivan
His backing of Charles Schumer makes the New Yorker the favorite for the Democratic leader’s chair.
After a bumpy start, the Affordable Care Act has lived up to many of its promises.
George F. Will
Another Clinton presidency means new opportunities for scandal.
Chris Cillizza and Aaron Blake
Yes, Nevada is on there!
How a soft-spoken, charisma-challenged pol rose to the top.
Rubio, Bush and Walker are current morning-line favorites.
Shailagh Murray’s appointment is a good sign.
Billionaires’ big bucks for super PACs won’t freeze lesser campaign bundlers out of great jobs.
And often, his appearances were nothing short of thrilling.
An all-night budget voting session was an exercise in political messaging.
An economic analysis found that USPS enjoys about $18 billion in special privileges and tax breaks from governments at the federal, state and local levels.
We delve into the legal intricacies of the dispute over abortion language in the human-trafficking bill.
The fear of another 9/11 apparently made this tragedy possible.
The Ebola outbreak offers an urgent reminder to prepare for future global pandemics.
Committee approves bills on seasonal workers, porn, equal employment and tax delinquents.
Al Kamen and Colby Itkowitz
President Obama’s nominee for attorney general will set the mark for waiting after Senate’s spring break.
You’re doing it wrong.
Did Rep. Aaron Schock (R-Ill.) know everything he had in common with Lincoln?
The big reason? It’s not true.
Gov. Terry McAuliffe downplayed suggestions that he received special treatment, saying he was merely “raising heck” with a slow-moving Department of Homeland Security.
OK. We’ll bite.
Coming up with catchy titles for legislation is something congressional staffers love to do.
Pelosi still inspires fear. And that’s amazing.
House panel approves bill that allows seasonal federal workers to compete for full-time jobs.
He previously tried to cut it significantly. But it’s a new day.
And now, the winners in the In the Loop contest to pick the first major presidential candidate to officially announce.
The U.S. Postal Service Board of Governors approved the change on Wednesday, allowing USPS to move forward with the expansion on April 26.
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