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Reversal of Fortune: How GOP-Style Primaries Are Threatening Senate Democrats

In 2016, it might be the Democrats' turn to shoot themselves in the foot.

How the EPA Tried to Protect Obama’s Climate Plan From the Courts

Legal experts say the new rules on power plants are destined for the Supreme Court, but the EPA tweaked the policy to help improve its chances.

Presidential Candidates: Your Mega-Donors May Be Cheating on You

At least 130 different Republican donors supported more than one presidential candidate in the first half of the year.

Joe Biden and Donald Trump: When Keeping It Real Goes Right

This is America's moment of authenticity.

The Candidates Who Owe It [Almost] All to a Few Massive Donors

Some presidential candidates are receiving all their funding from a tiny group of donors, but what are those donors getting in return?

Entitlement Reform Could Blow Up the GOP Debate

Recent headlines may put Medicare and Social Security on the agenda in Cleveland.

Charting What Separated the Winners From the Losers in the GOP Debate

The difference between being in the prime-time vs. the dinner-time debates came down to statistically insignificant differences.

Who's In and Who's Out for Thursday's Prime-Time GOP Presidential Debate

Sorry, Rick Perry.

With Their Eyes on Recess, Key Democrats Are Taking a Public Stance on the Iran Deal

The White House got some major momentum in its favor Tuesday. At least until one prominent House Democrat came out against the Obama administration.  

The Problem With Defining 'Solitary Confinement'

The number of federal prisoners in segregated units has grown faster than the overall population. Yet the Bureau of Prisons director denies that the agency practices solitary c...

Clock Ticking on Cybersecurity Bill

Rand Paul floats amendments to audit the Federal Reserve, allow members of the armed forces to carry weapons on military installations.

Capitol Police Arrest Congressional Fellow for Bringing Loaded Handgun to the Hill

The fellow, an active-duty Marine, was charged after being caught with the weapon during a routine search.

The Debate Press Release Is Dead. Long Live the Hashtag.

The spin room has moved onto Twitter and the rest of the social Web.

Iran Debates Are Set for September

GOP leaders in both the House and Senate said they would bring up resolutions disapproving the nuclear deal, and McConnell wants senators at their desks in the chamber for the ...

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