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The Ultimate Washington Wonk Quiz

How well do you know your politics? 

Media Matters and the Battle for the Hillary Clinton Narrative

As Clinton presses a reset button with the press, her researcher defenders will continue to push back tirelessly against negative coverage.

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Simone Ward: A Personal Take on Politics

The DSCC's new national political director on taking a stand in high school and how she came to love politics.

Katie Walsh: The RNC’s Rainmaker

The committee's new chief of staff is hoping to repeat the success of the midterms in 2016.

Poll: Can Lesser-Funded Opponents Compete With Jeb Bush?

After Hours of Voting, the Republican Senate Passed a Budget. Now the Real Work Begins.

It took until nearly 4 AM, but the vote-a-rama is over. 

With Campaigns Looming, GOP Splits on Same-Sex Marriage Benefits

The party's White House contenders all oppose granting benefits, while many senators up for reelection vote in favor.

What Gets Senators Through Vote-a-rama? Calories, Coffee and Alcohol.

The budget will never become law. But on the bright side, there's lots of food, and it's Happy Hour somewhere.

Why Donna Edwards Can't Count on the Congressional Black Caucus

In her fast rise, Edwards has made enemies within the CBC and the Maryland delegation. That may hurt her Senate bid.

Meerkat, Game of Thrones and a Brewing Copyright Nightmare

As Meerkat tries to keep up with its exploding user base, it may be loping into a legal minefield.

Democrats’ Identity Crisis Is Spilling Into Their Senate Races

Democrats have been remarkably successful at avoiding contentious primaries, but the ones taking place in 2016 will be consequential.

Hillary Clinton's Favorite Budget Amendments

No, she hasn't actually waded into the Senate debate. But her campaign will be happy to see some potential GOP foes cast these votes.

Episode 9: First Out of the Gate

Ted Cruz announced his candidacy this week and the hosts assess what this means for the rest of the Republican field. Will Jeb Bush have an edge as Cruz drags the field to the ...

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