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Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) tops our monthly round-up with a Four-Pinocchio claim about dirt.
E.J. Dionne Jr.
What the African American church offers.
Philip Rucker and Dan Balz
GOP race in the key state is unlike any in modern era, but the Clinton-Sanders duel is utterly familiar.
Although party affiliation shifted back to the left, don’t count out the GOP for the White House.
A 21st century low.
Nicholas Winton rescued children during WWII; David Bradley has helped free Americans held in Syria.
George F. Will
The chief justice’s opinion, while dismaying conservatives, buttresses legislative supremacy.
For now, two unconventional candidates are getting attention.
Scenes from a populist insurrection.
A party that allows such a travesty deserves to lose.
Obama has backtracked on every criteria he once declared “essential” to the Iran deal.
It’s been a month since OPM announced a massive cyber breach of employee records, but time has not lessened the pain for feds.
Dan Balz and Philip Rucker
The New Jersey governor hopes to climb back to the top of the 2016 field by answering questions.
At this point, any deal is a bad deal, but most say it’s better than nothing.
A new report by indicates that federal senior executives are much more satisfied in their jobs than are other employees.
The Office of Personnel Management plans to release the number of people affected by a cyber breach of security clearance records next week, when it will begin notifying the individuals affected.
Sloppy reporting of dubious and outdated statistics results in wildly inflated numbers.
The Supreme Court’s decision presents a perilous moment for GOP candidates.
The high court’s ruling on marriage underscores the gap between civil rights and economic rights.
To stand out, GOP presidential contenders must show how the American dream can pay off.
It’s refreshing to see an often passive president regaining vigor as he reaches the end of his presidency.
A push to educate girls worldwide is helping the first lady find her voice.
Don’t expect a fallout similar to that over Roe v. Wade.
If it weren’t for bad news, Katherine Archuleta would have no news at all.
He sees blunt talk and New Hampshire town halls as his lifeline. But the parallels are limited.
He still has skills.
The American Federation of Government Employees is suing the Office of Personnel Management because of the cyber theft of personal information belonging to 4.2 million federal employees.
An antiquated dogma has led to the GOP’s undoing.
Will a legal assault on religious institutions be a prerequisite for equality?
Tom Hamburger and Sean Sullivan
As his stature grew in the Florida capital, law firms paid big for his skills — and political connections.
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