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The sooner we recognize that something is wrong with Washington, the sooner we can begin the hard work of fixing it.
"This Town" is a joy to read. But it's a poor guide to how Washington works in 2013. And it will reinforce Booker's worst instincts as a politician.
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What President Obama really thinks of Washington.
What the Chinese hackers want from Washington is the Master Key. They want the document that makes it all make sense. But it doesn't all make sense.
The White House is stuck with federal drug policy on some matters. But there is something they can do to make life easier for medical marijuana users.