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Could an upset be brewing?
The potential 2016er says he wants to repeal all executive orders. Except kind of not really.
First Joe Biden had a conference call with former staff. Then a reunion was scheduled (but postponed) for Tuesday. Now he’s headed to Iowa. So not running?
As Eric Holder completes his goal of visiting every U.S. attorney in the country, is he preparing to go?
A polarized American public is just beneath the surface.
Thom Tillis (R) is being hammered for $500 million in education cuts, but that number is being taken out of context.
Al Kamen and Colby Itkowitz
The fight over the health-care law just isn’t what it used to be.
A review of his latest book sees only appeasement on Israel where something deeper may actually lie.
If she runs, she needs to tell us how and why she is proposing to lead.
The Ebola outbreak is a stress test for future emergencies, and it has revealed weaknesses.
The District is on the cutting edge of efforts nationwide to squeeze more revenue out of the public.
Shaheen is still popular; Brown is not.
One year after Navy Yard shootings, much work remains on security clearance reform.
Obama nominee for Justice Department civil rights division was blocked because of his work on appeal for Philadelphia police killer.
A Brennan Center study shows these shortfalls disproportionately impact minorities.
Chris Cillizza, Aaron Blake and Sean Sullivan
Republicans should feel good but not great about their chances of retaking Senate control in November.
You may have heard they went to Iowa.
Time is running out for some 150 Obama nominees waiting for Senate confirmation this year.
People like what Obama is doing, but they have very little confidence that it will work.
The president says “our businesses are in the longest uninterrupted stretch of job creation in our history.” He’s right.
The Health and Human Services inspector general listed the problem among 25 key issues the agency needs to address.
All Bubba, all the time.
The government is trying to improve the security-clearance process, but much work remains.
E.J. Dionne Jr.
Delay an Islamic State vote until after the midterm elections.
Philip Rucker and Dan Balz
In Iowa visit, Hillary Clinton jumps into partisan fray and warns Democrats of the consequences of complacency.
Tom Cotton’s campaign muddles truth about Mark Pryor’s record on Social Security and immigrants.
Although he is about to retire from the Senate, the progressive Iowan still has a message for the party.
Dan Balz and Philip Rucker
She arrives as formidable front-runner for 2016, but is trailed by criticisms about her 2008 loss.
Kline isn’t even a top Democratic target.
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