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His opponent is an all-too-familiar name for the GOP.
The vice president is rousing his former aides -- maybe with an eye toward getting the troops in place for 2016?
Welcome to the Cruz conundrum.
Sen. Mary Landrieu’s (D-La.) residency issue, in stark relief.
Republicans are already shedding their newfound non-interventionism.
Lawmakers said that 40 veterans died because they could not get an appointment. But that was not correct.
With 75 percent of lesbians overweight or obese, the study is “of high public-health significance,” according to a project summary.
With just nine weeks to go, key strategists weigh in on where things stand, and where they could go.
A Senate slam dunk for Republicans hasn’t materialized.
We can’t afford to ignore realism in foreign policy.
An ‘unauthorized’ tweet was sent from the governor’s account Sunday night.
E.J. Dionne Jr.
A tale with a happy ending for Labor Day.
Karen DeYoung and Dan Balz
President’s deliberative approach to foreign policy draws fire as problems erupt in Iraq, Syria, Ukraine and Gaza.
The move would give the workers a pay bump while keeping the rates from automatically rising higher.
George F. Will
The one-time vice president candidate rethinks “makers” and “takers.”
Incidents, as described in a new book, aren’t surprising but aren’t destined to repeat themselves.
The move signals Obama’s intent to give the workers a pay bump while keeping the rates from automatically rising higher.
Sen. Mary Landrieu of Louisiana.
The coming fiscal disaster has crept into the short-term.
DEA agents allegedly paid an Amtrak secretary more than $850,000 for passenger information that the agency could have obtained for free.
The worst gaffe is the one that confirms pre-existing suspicions.
A VA employee is still on the payroll more than a year after allegedly helping a patient purchase illegal drugs.
Some questions on the Islamic State for President Obama and Congress.
Obama should be taking the lead in reforming the tax code.
Scandal has scarred agency’s reputation, but new secretary is pushing hard for new talent.
Although some would like it to be so, Israel cannot be reduced to a David-and-Goliath tale.
The new version features a better benefits calculator and additional information pertinent to the veteran population, according to the VA.
More untraceable money is in the system than ever before. By a lot.
A VA benefits office used the image in a training guide for employees who were preparing for a town hall meeting.
And talking. And talking.
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