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Why dredging up Biden's words on a hypothetical Supreme Court vacancy in 1992 is rather clever.

The speaker of the House and the Senate majority leader will need to provide the Republican faithful with guidance on the path forward for 2016 in the coming weeks.

Republicans oppose Obama’s climate plan because it won’t work, and it won’t work because Republicans oppose Obama’s climate plan.

He has not been afraid to rap the knuckles of the unruly. And that’s going to help things immeasurably in Washington.

For what it's worth, nothing could be worse than our current failed immigration system. Doing nothing is doing more harm.

If Republicans take back the Senate, their victory will be short-lived. But in politics, you take every win you can get.

Use of the “nuclear option” sends a clear message about President Obama’s second term.

It's hilarious to show up in an ad saying something positive about someone I criticize 99.999 percent of the time.

When he had to choose, the senior Senator from Kentucky chose governing over playing politics.

For the first time in a few months, the action taking place in both houses of Congress really matters.

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