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The price tag of a single Congressional seat is eye-popping.
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How this White House understood the splintering of the media before many in the media.
The report accuses Lerner of trying to crack down on nonprofit organizations that have grown increasingly influential in politics.
Homer Simpson sums it up well with pie.
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OPM announced a new strategic plan Tuesday to bolster its information technology operations, including federal employee retirement.
Auditors could only confirm the agency implemented less than 10 percent of the proposals that came in response to the disaster.
The Arizona senator appeared on “The Late Show” Monday.
The scandal that could cost Vincent Gray his reelection has also touched another potential candidate for higher office: Hillary Clinton.
Obama compares the Hangover Part 3 to a president running for a third term.
Jaime Fuller and Sean Sullivan
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Employees misused federal charge cards for items that included gym memberships, meals and gift cards, according to an IG report.
New information has led to an updated rating of the controversial anti-Obamacare ad starring a cancer patient
At least 28 senators will try to persuade the majority — themselves — to pass climate-change legislation.
But we have not, the Ukraine crisis shows.
With Putin’s invasion, Ronald Reagan’s internationalism is back in vogue in the GOP.
The rhetoric from ultra-nationalists may scare some into the embrace of Putin.
A prominent stamp publication is trying to figure out who might have leaked the list to The Washington Post.
What one word comes to mind when you think of the GOP?
Maps are good. Maps work.
Lackluster campaigns and a swarm of outside spending have defined this race.
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They said their selection continued an “increasingly unsavory practice” of money over qualifications.
It’s a little something called inter-generational change.
Budget document praises federal employees but says government’s role as employer has been damaged.
The defense secretary says Congress was responsible for the sequester, but that’s only half the story.
The overall inventory is down, but the agency is processing claims at a slower rate compared to last year.
E.J. Dionne Jr.
The GOP’s ‘ideas’ sound like mere packaging.
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