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Two years after the 2012 campaign, Gingrich has barely made a dent in his $5 million in campaign debt.
Public cynicism about politicians and Washington and low primary turnouts point to unpredictable election year.
THE FIX | A poll shows that America’s top foe and top ally are more unpopular than they have been in decades.
From airport hangars and big box malls to military bases and a central processing center, here is how the administration plans to shelter the kids.
Both Vice President Biden and former Defense Secretary Gates score points when they list each other’s failures.
Al Kamen and Colby Itkowitz
It was such a big issue, but now all the chatter and media coverage appear to have disappeared.
Giving powerful weapons to rebel forces is a recipe for disaster.
Since 1948, the Jewish state has fought for its existence.
There just aren’t enough reporters to cover big states anymore.
Report said the Defense Department didn’t identify a potential owner for the facility before constructing it. Afghan officials are still searching for one.
Just ask Barack Obama. Or George W. Bush.
Another big warning sign for Democratic turnout.
The Senate is expected to approve Michael Lawson as ambo to U.N. aviation agency, but they might want to approve new head of U.S. safety board as well.
Yes, it does occasionally happen.
A new poll suggests Clinton’s tenure isn’t the great success it has been billed as.
A group that runs the only worldwide certification program for IT asset managers posed six questions that federal investigators should ask.
The Russian president is more popular at home than any American politician could dream to be here.
Gay rights groups are praising President Obama for his plans to issue an executive order Monday that would ban federal employment discrimination based on gender identify.
KISS bassist Gene Simmons earns Four Pinocchios for asserting myths about the taxes paid by the top one percent.
A journalist’s memoir almost makes the reclusive “To Kill A Mockingbird” author dull by sheer overexposure.
E.J. Dionne Jr.
Obama’s foes make every foreign policy issue about him.
Despite her stratospheric poll numbers, the Democratic front-runner is likely to face a primary fight.
The gubernatorial hopeful needs help from her party if she is to capitalize on the state’s changing demographics.
The budget deficit was of great moment just a few years ago. Now? Not so much
Steve Muro, who headed the VA’s cemetery network, stepped down last month amid allegations of wrongdoing.
EPA’s No. 2 announced this week that he would step down after the longest tenure for a deputy administrator at the agency.
A look at some of the best and worst architecture for federal buildings in the nation’s capital.
That doesn’t mean, though, that they think withdrawal was the wrong call.
Her actions suggest she has neither interest in nor aptitude for the race.
Winning isn’t the end goal for everyone.
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