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United House Democrats Return to Squabbling Ways

Less than a day after their party's unified victory lap on a Capitol Hill funding battle, a handful of House Democrats went back to life as usual, sparring with their fellow li...

Ben Carson Is Not Going to Talk About Gay Marriage Anymore

"I'm just not going to fall for that anymore," Carson told Sean Hannity on Wednesday.

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For Democrats on Iran, Timing is Everything

Sen. Robert Menendez is trying to hold the line against Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's efforts to speed up the vote on Iran sanctions.

Democrats Aren’t Rushing To Defend Hillary Clinton

After e-mail revelations, some Democrats are dodging questions more than offering Clinton cover.

Chris Van Hollen Will Run for Mikulski's Maryland Senate Seat

The House member is the first to throw his hat in the ring for the safe Democratic seat.

The 5 Most Important Quotes From SCOTUS’ Obamacare Arguments

What the justices asked, and what it means for the future of health care in America.

Meet the Senate Democratic Candidate Who's Running Against His Own Party

Joe Sestak is running as a Democrat, but he's publicly bucking the national party in his campaign.

In Ferguson, Racial Bias Makes Police Officers Worse Than Machines

African-Americans bear a "disproportionate burden" of citations and arrests that can't be explained by differences in crime rates among races, according to a Justice Department...

Rand Paul: Sheldon Adelson Isn't Planning to Attack Me in 2016

Reports that the pro-Israel billionaire is preparing to bankroll an anti-Paul movement are based on "falsehoods," the senator says.

Antonin Scalia: Won’t Congress Fix Obamacare?

The conservative firebrand said Congress would probably act if the Supreme Court invalidates Obamacare's subsidies.

Senate Can’t Get Around Obama on Keystone XL

The Senate failed to override President Obama's veto of a bill that authorizes construction of the Keystone XL pipeline on Wednesday.

Here's How Hillary Clinton Can End the Email and Foreign Donor Scandals

Two actions that would speak louder than any harsh, deceptive words.

The New, Scary Question Facing Democrats: If Not Hillary Clinton, Then Who?

Being an "inevitable" candidate has its drawbacks. And Democrats don't have many other options.

Oversight Committee Calls on Head of Safety Agency to Resign

"There is something rotten to its core, and it is you."

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