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Even Democrats are distancing themselves from him.
It was an absolutely gigantic pivot point.
The whistleblower contractor raised concerns about safety with the development of a treatment plant for radioactive waste in Washington state.
GOP criticism of new Ebola czar echoes criticism back in 2005 of a Bush administration official during the avian flu scare.
Geico ad or Florida gubernatorial ad?
A district in California has 38 percent as many voters as a district in Montana. Here’s how.
Survey shows VA morale falling, as new boss works to improve service to vets and conditions for staff.
There are 26 names mentioned. 26!
All three major election models agree.
The movement continues its decline -- and its hopefuls aren’t pulling much weight in the 2016 presidential race.
The Kentucky senator says White House has not been accurate about the disease.
Inspector General Gregory Friedman talks about monitoring the Department of Energy, the Solyndra controversy, dealing with Congress and other matters.
E.J. Dionne Jr.
Hopes of victory depend on support from working-class whites.
Chris Cillizza, Aaron Blake and Sean Sullivan
THE FIX | Not since 1984 have more than six sitting governors lost in any one election. That could change.
Fangate. And other stuff.
Survey shows VA morale is falling, but the agency’s new leader is doing things to improve service to vets and conditions for workers.
Romney leads the Republican field by a big margin. Without him, it’s a wide-open race.
A Web ad targets GOP budget cuts, but fingerprints of both parties are on the knives.
President Obama’s new Ebola “czar,” veteran Washington player Ron Klain, needs to do something fast.
In which he supports a third-party candidate ... and comments on race.
Candidates keep voters guessing what they will do when in office.
George F. Will
Mark Udall’s overheated rhetoric in a bid for reelection is not exciting voters in Colorado.
A survey shows that participants in the leadership-development program grew increasingly dissatisfied with government work over time.
A new poll shows a huge drop in confidence in the federal agency.
Republicans will spend more on ads, but Democrats will run more ads.
The announcement came 11 days after the Supreme Court declined to review lower-court rulings that struck down bans.
Aaron Blake, Sean Sullivan and Chris Cillizza
As many as 11 could lose come Nov. 4.
Conservatives pillory NIH director for stating the truth about budget cuts.
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