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Two ideas on two pressing issues: infrastructure and health-care costs.
The DNC’s Women’s Leadership Forum took on the political gender gap and violence against women.
George F. Will
A perfectly awful “pay the voters” idea comes out of Los Angeles.
Aaron Blake, Sean Sullivan and Chris Cillizza
Both parties are playing plenty of defense -- even in pretty friendly states.
Sen. Pat Roberts (R-Kan.), in a newly tightened race against an independent challenger, can’t get out to Kansas just yet.
I mean, seriously?
The vice president picked the wrong GOP senator to reminisce about.
Bridgegate may be over.
Lawmakers simply don’t trust each other.
Navy Yard staffers recall last year’s massacre with sadness, but also pride
Inches matter in politics. And Kansas is a game of inches.
Rep. Bill Cassidy (R-La.) goes out on a limb with a new attack ad -- and falls off.
Laws such as Belgium’s send a dangerous message to society.
Obama’s Islamic State strategy leads to fears of “mission creep.”
Navy Yard staffers recall last year’s massacre. They are sad, but they also have pride in their colleagues.
The United States must show the Islamic State it made a big mistake by provoking a superpower.
Al Kamen and Colby Itkowitz
Lawmakers had to choose between a big-time picnic or listening to Gingrich and DeLay discuss 1994.
It’s all about understanding who they really are.
About four in 10, actually.
The Senate is expected to confirm an ambassador to Ireland and eight other nominees Thursday evening.
Holder is already one of the longest serving attorneys general in American history. How long will he stay?
Spoiler alert: God and gays.
Candidly, this rocks.
Does Cory Gardner lead by eight in Colorado and Joni Ernst by six in Iowa? Probably not.
A new bill would tie executive pay tax deductions to employee wage gains.
McDonald gave out his cellphone number last week to the media. Since then he’s gotten some 150 calls.
Ronald Walters, the highest-ranking official with the National Cemetery Administration, is a finalist for a prestigious management award.
In the public’s view, Osama bin Laden is dead, but the Islamic State is very much alive.
FACT CHECKER | Sen. Rand Paul said Sen. John McCain unknowingly met with the Islamic State. He’s wrong.
The head of VA’s National Cemetery Administration has helped keep standards high.
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