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The leftward shift continues.
A conversation with Romney top strategist Stuart Stevens.
I’m skeptical that missing Senate votes matters a whole lot.
People trust him. Her, not so much.
Carol A. Bonosaro will retire as president of the Senior Executives Association next month, after 29 years leading the organization of top federal civil servants.
Context + community = journalistic gold.
Robert Costa, Philip Rucker and Dan Balz
The GOP front-runner details the next phase of his bid: TV ads, a book, new policies — plus Melania and Ivanka.
The Service to American Medals, also known as the Sammies, will be presented to federal employees with outstanding accomplishments by the Partnership for Public Service Wednesday.
She has four options on the Trans-Pacific Partnership; I’m afraid I know which she will choose.
The little-known artist captured the dignity of African Americans at a time when they were caricatured.
Another truth-teller favored by the conservative (and liberal) intelligentsia is going nowhere.
Publicity that money can’t buy.
“Our country needs to be more glamorous.“
Chris Cillizza and Philip Bump
It does. Or maybe not.
Foreign-policy nuances are lost in an ad with stark nuclear imagery sponsored by the National Republican Senatorial Committee.
President Obama doesn’t seem to know what to do about Syria. Vladimir Putin does.
Rather than legislating, he prefers moral posturing.
President Obama is treading lightly and carefully in Syria. That’s a good thing.
He’s running for president, unless he isn’t. He will announce this weekend, unless he won’t.
It’s not that hard. Or, it shouldn’t be.
He done messed up. Really badly.
Take down Boehner! Then....nothing.
The Supreme Court.
The president made a sweeping statement but the evidence changes when suicides are moved from the gun-death data.
E.J. Dionne Jr.
The time for niceties is over. Gun absolutists must be called out.
If vice president enters race, he would most likely play a spoiler role.
CIA Director John Brennan serves as honorary chairman of the Combined Federal Campaign, which is suffering from falling participation and donations.
THE TAKE | Each sees the others as true rivals for the GOP nomination, while hoping that Trump eventually will fall to earth.
Paul Kane and Dan Balz
Preparations continue for a campaign with upbeat assessments, but Biden’s family remains the key to his decision
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