How ‘Braveheart’ explains the future of tech policy

The GOP has been “captured” by tech incumbents, says a former Republican congressman who’s “uniting the tribes” against them.

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Obama personally recommended Pierson replacement, Snyder up 6 in Mich., voter ID arguments ongoing in Ark., no Spy Museum at Mt. Vernon Square, Panetta book slams White House.


For Senate leaders, elections used to be landslides. Now? Bare-knuckle brawls.

It is now much easier for opponents to turn Washington leaders into national political villains.

Why senior Republican senators are showing up for a lieutenant governor’s race in Nevada

If state Sen. Mark Hutchison (R) becomes lieutenant governor of Nevada, Harry Reid has a problem.

Why TV broadcasters are suddenly sounding a lot like cable companies

The prospect of channel unbundling has broadcasters trying on cable’s arguments for size.

Politicians l-o-v-e soccer. Seriously. Like, a lot.

U.S. vs Belgium in the World Cup knockout round brought out all sorts of amazing pictures from pols.

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Campaign against IS could last years, Christie keynotes Branstad b-day, FLOTUS on the trail, Facebook drops ALEC, and the return of Buddy Cianci.

How Congress has changed since last major war authorization debate, by the numbers

We break it down by the numbers.