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The Decreasing Relevance of the Campaign Speech

In his first big address of the 2016 cycle in Detroit last month, Jeb Bush used a teleprompter. He wanted to get it over with, it seemed, resulting in a notably rushed and flat...

Personal Email Use in Oversight Committee’s Sights

Hearing on Chemical Safety Board could be preview of Clinton probe

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Who Wants to Live in Detroit?

Four decades after 'white flight' began, tens of thousands of African-Americans have now left as well. What does that mean for the city's future?

When the Path to Homeownership Runs Through Public Housing

A federal government program is trying to turn our nation of low-income renters into future homeowners by helping them build up savings accounts.

SCOTUS Raises the Stakes—Again—in Obamacare Politics

The Court hears oral arguments Wednesday in its third high-profile challenge to the health care law, and both parties have a lot to lose.

Can Labor Survive the Nevada GOP?

For the first time in decades, Republicans control the state's Assembly, Aenate, and Governor's Mansion—and they're targeting unions.

Clinton Mum on Email Controversy, Hits GOP Instead

Tuesday night was Hillary Clinton's party, and no amount of bad publicity was going to get in the way.

Van Hollen Senate Run Would Scramble Race to Succeed Pelosi

The Maryland lawmaker is viewed by some Democrats as Pelosi's preferred heir.

Time Is Running Out on NSA Reform

Nearly two years after Edward Snowden's explosive revelations, surveillance reform remains in doubt as the window of opportunity closes.

The FCC Has Ruled on Net Neutrality; Do States Get a Say?

How much states can get involved has a lot to do with whether the FCC decides broadband inherently crosses state lines.

Republicans Plot Next Steps for Keystone

The fight over the controversial pipeline is far from over on Capitol Hill.

Republicans See Leverage From Supreme Court for Obamacare Overhaul

House Republican leaders say they're happy to help with a contingency plan if the Supreme Court invalidates Obamacare's tax credits in the 30-plus states that use the federal ...

The GOP's Lost Agenda

House Republicans fear that their dysfunction has made even the most basic legislative tasks impossible.

How the State Department Is Defending Hillary Clinton's Personal Email Use

The former secretary of State is, so far, largely letting her former colleagueshandle the controversy.

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