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He sees blunt talk and New Hampshire town halls as his lifeline. But the parallels are limited.
He still has skills.
The American Federation of Government Employees is suing the Office of Personnel Management because of the cyber theft of personal information belonging to 4.2 million federal employees.
An antiquated dogma has led to the GOP’s undoing.
Will a legal assault on religious institutions be a prerequisite for equality?
Tom Hamburger and Sean Sullivan
As his stature grew in the Florida capital, law firms paid big for his skills — and political connections.
In another blow to Office of Personnel Management cyber operations, the web-based system used for background investigations has been suspended.
As OPM grapples with a massive cyber data breach, the House members say they have no confidence in OPM Director Katherine Archuleta.
E.J. Dionne Jr.
A week of stunning moments of social change — casting aside a racist symbol, solidifying health care and affirming love.
Following four congressional hearings into the OPM cyber theft of personal information belonging to at least 4.2 million people, employees are upset with the agency that says the “ongoing investigation that could reveal additional exposures.”
Friday’s funeral and the president’s eulogy restored a sense of hope.
Time-lapse video of the transformation Friday night.
An impressive initiative promotes “Welcome Tables” where small groups can talk openly about race.
Trade. Obamacare. Same-sex marriage. And then that speech.
His logic and consistency show he’s no judicial activist.
An unprecedented change.
We are in unprecedented territory.
Politicians offered lots of numbers after the big Supreme Court ruling, but only some were not misleading.
Those on the right can choose their own policy reactions, but not their own reality.
Taking down the flag is only a needed first step.
The forgiveness by victims’ families creates a moral obligation to reciprocate.
The city’s residents are sensitive to the extra weight his presence brings to a fragile community.
Katherine Archuleta finished a series of four congressional hearings into a massive data breach still on the job, but with diminished confidence from Congress in her performance.
George F. Will
In the latest Obamacare ruling, the chief justice hurts every branch of government.
Obamacare = Obama.
Validation for the president. Again.
People like their subsidies -- and would have wanted them restored if the Supreme Court struck them down.
The 2016 presidential candidate earns Four Pinocchios for relying on discredited media reporting to make a specious case.
Her opacity is making her more problematic than mysterious.
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