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Undocumented Worker in South Carolina Refuses to Live in Fear

A Mexican immigrant living in Spartanburg without papers asks the American public for forgiveness.

McCarthy, Scalise Fill Out Leadership Staff Rosters

The new House majority leader and majority whip have assembled their new teams of aides.

Reid Maneuvers as Immigration Measure Faces Uncertain Fate

With no sign of compromise on the horizon, Democrats look to put Senate GOP on the spot.

Mississippi's Only Abortion Clinic Will Remain Open

A law that would close the state's only clinic was ruled unconstitutional Tuesday.

Republicans Condemn Bergdahl Swap

But Democrats on the House Armed Services Committee say the resolution is simply a political move ahead of this week's House vote on suing President Obama.

Obama Says New Sanctions on Russia Will Have 'An Even Bigger Bite'

"Today is a reminder that the United States means what it says," the president said Tuesday at the White House while announcing new sanctions.

Meet the Man Now Responsible for Solving the VA Crisis

Robert McDonald got overwhelming bipartisan support during his Senate confirmation vote Tuesday.

As Ebola Outbreak Spreads in West Africa, U.S. Scientists Look for Cure

Just over a dozen American laboratories can experiment with the deadly virus, and one in Texas reports some promise in animal studies.

Democrat Warns Data Caps Could Undermine Net Neutrality

A government study finds that data caps discourage people from streaming online videos.

Lawmakers Not Happy With Iran Talks–but Aren’t Meddling

Senators question Iran negotiations, but show no signs of interfering. 

Grover Norquist Explains Why He's Going to Burning Man

"Burning Man is a refutation of the argument that the state has a place in nature."

Professional Wrestling May Have the Most Absurd Take on the U.S.-Russia Relationship

WWE's Monday Night RAW has turned U.S.-Russia relations into a bizarre plot point.

Here's How the Senate Plans to End NSA Mass Surveillance

Sen. Patrick Leahy on Tuesday introduced a meatier version of the USA Freedom Act that passed the House in May.

House Republicans Unveil Their Border Bill

It looks like it can pass the House. But the Senate is a totally different story.

GOP Colleagues Say Goodbye to Eric Cantor as Majority Leader

The closed-door meeting featured a highlight film and a standing ovation for Cantor.

When Impeachment Becomes Fundraising Bait

The White House lost moral ground by working with congressional Democrats to convert fear to cash.

The Geography of Debt in the U.S.

Americans along both coasts take on the greatest amount of debt, according to a new study, while Southerners suffer the most from overdue bills.

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Undocumented Worker in South Carolina Refuses to Live in Fear

A Mexican immigrant living in Spartanburg without papers asks the American public for forgiveness.

McCarthy, Scalise Fill Out Leadership Staff Rosters

The new House majority leader and majority whip have assembled their new teams of aides.

Reid Maneuvers as Immigration Measure Faces Uncertain Fate

With no sign of compromise on the horizon, Democrats look to put Senate GOP on the spot.

Mississippi's Only Abortion Clinic Will Remain Open

A law that would close the state's only clinic was ruled unconstitutional Tuesday.

Republicans Condemn Bergdahl Swap

But Democrats on the House Armed Services Committee say the resolution is simply a political move ahead of this week's House vote on suing President Obama.

Obama Says New Sanctions on Russia Will Have 'An Even Bigger Bite'

"Today is a reminder that the United States means what it says," the president said Tuesday at the White House while announcing new sanctions.

Meet the Man Now Responsible for Solving the VA Crisis

Robert McDonald got overwhelming bipartisan support during his Senate confirmation vote Tuesday.

As Ebola Outbreak Spreads in West Africa, U.S. Scientists Look for Cure

Just over a dozen American laboratories can experiment with the deadly virus, and one in Texas reports some promise in animal studies.

Democrat Warns Data Caps Could Undermine Net Neutrality

A government study finds that data caps discourage people from streaming online videos.

Lawmakers Not Happy With Iran Talks–but Aren’t Meddling

Senators question Iran negotiations, but show no signs of interfering. 

Grover Norquist Explains Why He's Going to Burning Man

"Burning Man is a refutation of the argument that the state has a place in nature."

Professional Wrestling May Have the Most Absurd Take on the U.S.-Russia Relationship

WWE's Monday Night RAW has turned U.S.-Russia relations into a bizarre plot point.

Here's How the Senate Plans to End NSA Mass Surveillance

Sen. Patrick Leahy on Tuesday introduced a meatier version of the USA Freedom Act that passed the House in May.

House Republicans Unveil Their Border Bill

It looks like it can pass the House. But the Senate is a totally different story.

GOP Colleagues Say Goodbye to Eric Cantor as Majority Leader

The closed-door meeting featured a highlight film and a standing ovation for Cantor.

When Impeachment Becomes Fundraising Bait

The White House lost moral ground by working with congressional Democrats to convert fear to cash.

The Geography of Debt in the U.S.

Americans along both coasts take on the greatest amount of debt, according to a new study, while Southerners suffer the most from overdue bills.

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