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Even though only 36 percent of eligible voters cast ballots on Election Day, the raw data offer clues about the state of the American electorate.
Meet Executive Order.
Contractors fear shift to outside staffing firms could cut workers and international programming at VOA.
The implication of President Obama’s words is that the United States would act simply as a conveyor belt.
Much groundwork has been laid for a 2016 campaign, but she’ll need a disciplined strategy.
Almost half of the 114th Congress has been elected in the four wave elections since 2010.
The IRS has said that many of the ex-IRS official’s e-mails were missing because of a hard drive crash in 2011.
George F. Will
New York’s fate has shown what can happen when a politician shapes society to his will.
A White House move to release the Office of Legal Counsel opinion on immigration is significant.
The request comes shortly after Republicans reveal that White House inflated the law’s enrollment statistics.
Rarely have so many GOP governors or ex-governors had their eyes on the presidency at once.
Could Obama’s edict spur comprehensive reform?
49 percent of Americans say the severity of recent natural disasters is a sign of the biblical end times.
Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson claimed some credit for the president’s immigration plan in a letter to employees.
One IRS worker pleaded guilty last year to illegally accessing taxpayer data to conduct a private business, according to federal auditors.
Illegal immigrants in California benefit the most. The least: Florida.
President Obama has given up on politics.
Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson on Thursday circulated a letter about President Obama’s planned immigration action to his department.
Long on vision, light on details.
Immigrants from many nations have a vested interest in the president’s executive order.
Chaffetz, incoming committee chair, wants to make it easier to fire feds and tax delinquent staffers.
The Obama-Xi agreement is a one-sided deal in which China gets a 16-year pass.
I’d like to believe in a man known for playing such a good guy, but it’s hard to keep the faith.
The Senate takes off for Thanksgiving after confirming a goodly number of ambassadors and judges.
Incoming House committee chairman wants federal managers to have expedited authority to fire “bad apples.“
Rep. Stephen Lynch said Congress may need to consider legislation that would force agencies to notify employees immediately when their information is compromised.
In a word: Populism.
Here’s a wet blanket, courtesy of The Fix.
Whether he’s right is what we’ll find out.
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