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And the “winner” is....
The congressman and newly minted Senate contender was once homeless.
There are four reasons for everything.
Fast for Families action has highlighted Republican lawmakers’ inaction on issue.
When a deadline isn’t really a deadline.
“Under this plan, if you like your NSA spy, you get to keep your NSA spy.“
The study highlights a need for post-service assistance among contractors who served in war zones.
Sean Sullivan and Aaron Blake
Seven of the 12 Republican senators running for reelection next year now face capable or potentially tough primary challengers.
EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy plans to talk about collaboration in combating air pollution and climate change.
The Senate Republican leader suggest everyone with insurance will face “extraordinary disruption.“
The question doesn’t seem to be whether they will pay more — it seems to be how much.
A land where nothing is balanced and nothing is easy.
Lessons from Pope Francis during a time of conspicuous consumption.
David Rawlings and Gillian Welch do “Look at Miss Ohio“.
Over the next two weeks, we’ll tell you what races you need to watch in 2014.
1. Warner’s really, really popular.
And the winner is...
The former secretary of state is risk-averse to a fault. That’s a problem for her if she runs for president in 2016.
Health-care data on a smaller scale. (Prepare to lose some of your afternoon playing around with this tool.)
Ed O'Keefe and Sean Sullivan
An ongoing analysis by The Washington Post is tracking which members of Congress are joining the new health care exchanges.
The days of talking about grand bargains are over.
They’ll have to compete with Maryland’s entire congressional delegation, which has backed moving the office to Prince George’s County.
Secretary of State John Kerry says Bush passed up a chance to curtail Iran’s nuclear program. What really happened in 2003?
Federal employees have the option of using unscheduled leave, teleworking or arriving up to two hours later than usual, OPM said.
E.J. Dionne Jr.
The working class returns to the forefront of culture.
The problem is easy to see. The solution isn’t.
In the midterms, there simply aren’t that many congressional districts that a wave could wipe away.
The president has called the growing income gap a “defining challenge.” But how much can he do about it?
George F. Will
Containment of Iran's nuclear program, combined with existing deterrents, can work.
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