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The Speaker is safe for now, but don't rule out a coup attempt.

  • Ryan Cooper
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  • Oct 16, 2013
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Treasury tells Congress to get to work. If only House Republicans were ready.

  • Jonathan Bernstein
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  • Aug 26, 2013
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Nothing is breaking the dynamic which has pushed congressional Republicans to oppose reform.

  • Jamelle Bouie
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  • Jul 30, 2013
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On the same day as Eric Cantor's big "rebranding the GOP" speech, GOP leaders show no movement on three of the most pressing issues of the moment: Taxes, immigration, and guns.

Still more signs emerge that Republicans don't have the leverage in the debt ceiling fight they claim.

Still more signs emerge that the debt ceiling doesn't give Republicans the leverage they've claimed.

The narrowness of John Boehner's victory means compromise with the White House will be even harder.

How many supposedly fiscally conscious, Constitution-loving Tea Party Members of the House favor spending money battling DOMA?

Our nightly wrap-up of news and opinion.

The problem isn't the House Speaker. It's House Republicans.

  • Jonathan Bernstein
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  • Jan 2, 2013
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