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During his confirmation hearing last week, Robert McDonald laid out a series of actions he would take during his first 90 days in office.
Advocates who support the plan and oppose it testified at an EPA hearing on Tuesday.
Ted Cruz’s pointing fingers at Democrats is pure chutzpah.
Al Kamen and Colby Itkowitz
Senators could use voice votes to help move things along, and the White House is pushing for action.
Former Procter & Gamble chief will take over an agency rocked by a recent scandal.
The secretary of state is discovering that leading the world is harder than it looks.
The Senate confirmed three administration nominees Tuesday, but 150 are hanging on the Senate floor, hoping to be confirmed before the Senate recess Friday.
A story of a man and his fan.
Former Procter & Gamble chief Robert McDonald will take over an agency rocked by a recent scandal involving records falsification.
The legislation, which is expected to pass this week, comes with an estimated price tag of about $17 billion. What would it pay for?
An increasing number of Americans view immigrants writ large as a “burden.“
She continues to struggle. Amazingly.
Two polls show a massive age gap in views of the conflict in Gaza. What does that mean long-term?
Opponents say the proposal would roll back civil-service protections and discourage talented professionals from joining the VA.
Rep. Steve Scalise (R-La.) suggests that boost the eligibility age will shield Medicare from “bankruptcy.” Not really.
Sen. Lamar Alexander (R) is sticking with his state’s long legacy of pragmatic politics as he faces a challenge from tea party.
The world exonerates the criminals for attacking Israel.
Republicans are absent on immigration reform.
As Democrats are bereft of ideas, GOP is the party of reform.
When the president speaks to the nation from the White House, he’s taken to using other backdrops.
“They’re allowing people to die to prove a point,” says a dissenting GOP mayor.
Josh Hicks and Christian Davenport
Employees and contractors owed $730 million in unpaid federal taxes as of June 2012, the report found.
The people who think he is the least competent are the most likely to vote this fall.
Red states love their dogs, while liberal states are much more cat-friendly.
The GAO said about 31 percent of the tax-delinquent workers already owed money to the government when they were issued security clearances.
The president has been sharply criticized for multiple alleged failures through his presidency, but when it comes to predicting the stock market. . .
History shows a president’s approval rating rarely rises from this point on.
Natalie Tennant wants you to know she and President Obama don’t agree on much.
Partisans hate their opposite number. Now more than ever.
Well, that’s one idea.
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