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How “negative partisanship” is reshaping the outcomes in House and Senate elections.
Students get no benefit from applying to 20 universities and all eight Ivies at once.
The senator was both deliberate and seemingly at-ease in his first campaign trip since announcing.
Hillary Clinton can’t be all things to all women.
This past week shows even deep divisions can be overcome.
The problem with politics isn’t Washington, but a hyper-tribal electorate.
A new poll shows him dropping.
These two states start the nominating process, but they offer different tests for candidates.
The president uses fuzzy math about the GOP’s still-vague tax plan.
House committee issues ‘no confidence’ statement for DEA chief and White House offers no support after reports of DEA sex parties with prostitutes. Interest in faster firing of feds grows.
Insulting the audience!
The State Department historian is digitizing all the agency’s history volumes.
A new poll shows people say 52-33 that things are getting better.
The idea is that Congress might trim funding for agencies that end a cycle with surpluses.
Even though the agency’s agents did all of the partying, she’s the one who could be fired yet.
Obama’s weak deal and ensuing overreach signal that he is willing to concede much for short-term wins.
Hillary Clinton goes through the motions as she road-trips through Iowa.
Remembering the 2012 campaign, fondly.
But the House unanimously passed a similar measure to bar federal agencies from hiring contractors with “seriously delinquent tax debt.“
“What’s a gyrocopter?” asked DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson when he heard the ultralight copter landed near the Capitol.
Where’s the beef?
The manager pleaded guilty to using the credit cards to withdraw nearly $114,000 from ATMs in Maryland and Northern Virginia.
Just how bold a statement was it?
It’s how you ask the question.
This is a common talking point by Democrats. But how valid is it?
George F. Will
Universities that divest their holdings of fossil fuel stocks are making an empty gesture that hurts students.
E.J. Dionne Jr.
The GOP candidate points to tomorrow in his stump speech, but his ideas recall yesterday.
Hillary Clinton’s comments on CEO pay are promising, but she needs to back them up with prudent policies.
Democrat’s low-key tour of the state aims to erase any residual vibe from 2008 of an entitled or aloof campaign.
The battle over the Trans-Pacific Partnership shows how the center of gravity in the party has shifted.
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