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E.J. Dionne Jr.
The New York mayor stays on offense.
Legislation would cut some payments provided through FECA for staffers injured on the job.
In order to win the midterms, Democrats must run against the “1 percent,” say Carville and Greenberg.
The party thinks it can better identify supporters, motivate them and get them to the midterm polls.
House Majority PAC appears to be gearing up to protect vulnerable House Democrats this fall.
Dartmouth president could give us all a lesson on campus behavior.
George F. Will
What the campaign speech case means.
The Russian president steps back from Ukraine on his terms.
The initiative is designed to help veterans using literature, drama and history.
A bipartisan bill would swap “printing” for “publishing” to better reflect the agency’s digital-age offerings.
The battle to define state House Speaker Thom Tillis (R) is on in North Carolina.
The party can learn from NCAA’s March Madness.
Colorado is pot friendly. Iowa? Not so much.
Al Kamen and Colby Itkowitz
Three retiring members of Congress spent their recess traveling to South Asia and Europe.
We asked federal workers in a survey this week to share their thoughts about the prevalence of political appointees in the government.
Disclosure of political contributors leads to witch hunts.
For many nations, it’s business as usual.
He received his brother’s kidney in 1979. Health insurance provided needed drugs others can’t afford.
Barry Goldwater’s defeat should not be seen as positive step for the party.
The Russian president trusts that a certain other president would save him if he were drowning.
Politics + celebrity = Internet gold.
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Some campaign advice from the head of the party.
Pot-smokers of America: You’re not welcome in Illinois.
Why outside groups can also fairly be called “inside groups.”
The American Customer Satisfaction Index shows the VA health network with scores equal to or better than the private sector.
What you need to know about the 2016 candidate for governor.
The law is a decade old. Has its time come and gone?
We asked federal employees in a recent survey to discuss their top priorities for changing the civil-service system.
Republicans could learn something from the former governor, even if he isn’t the party’s 2016 nominee.
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