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The Speaker takes conservative groups to the woodshed.
Influential? Yes. Popular? No.
There’s bad. Then there’s these ads.
Complete with “Obamacare is beginning to look a lot like socialism” and “Frosty the Biden.“
The district lost the top spot for most per capita producers of Peace Corps volunteers
Chris Cillizza and Sean Sullivan
The Wisconsin congressman steps forward.
Sen. Tom Coburn says the government is wasting $200 billion on duplicate programs. That so?
The Senate Finance Committee is scheduled to decide Friday whether the full Senate should vote on John Koskinen’s nomination.
Proximity is power in Washington. New Obama aides John Podesta and Phil Schiliro have offices that put them close to the oval one.
E.J. Dionne Jr.
Budget deal lacks key ingredients but starts back on road to sanity.
George F. Will
Obama is now understanding the flaws.
The outcome of the Alaska Senate race could make or break the battle for the majority.
Paul Ryan convinces conservatives to compromise.
Texas Tribune’s Evan Smith explains why the House Member isn’t beating Sen. John Cornyn in a primary.
Federal employees hired after Jan. 1 would pay more than existing feds for retirement benefits.
And the winner is....
A breach last summer affected more than 104,000 individuals, including agency employees, their dependents and contractors.
To bounce back, he needs to convert people who like him into people who like his policies.
Redistricting consultant Kimball Brace pulls the curtain back on the process of redrawing congressional districts.
Nominee John Koskinen testified Tuesday but won’t face questions from lawmakers until a hearing scheduled for Wednesday.
There is no way around the reality that the president’s image has been damaged.
The Senate majority leader says “the law” forced his hand -- and so did fear of law suits.
Setbacks in Congress, along with lack of funding and controversies with organizers, have kept the plans on hold for nearly 17 years.
Federal workers hired after Jan. 1 will pay more for benefit; unions opposed hike, but pleased change is limited.
Media attention turns to two unplanned moments steeped — rightly or wrongly — with meaning.
Lessons for the GOP on a not-so-tough art.
Just as the GOP step back from the tea party.
After she was fired, it took years of legal action to gain reinstatment.
Rand Paul bids to limit unemployment benefits.
Kacey Musgraves doing “The Trailer Song“.
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