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Under Pressure, Chemical Safety Head Resigns

Rafael Moure-Eraso leaves Chemical Safety Board after accusations of mismanagement.

FBI Denies Intentionally Deleting Encryption Tips from Its Website

"Points for creativity," a spokesman said Thursday of reports that suggested otherwise.

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Jeb Bush Has Taken Twice as Many Trips to New York as to Iowa and New Hampshire Combined

Tracking the presidential candidates' travel across the country.

Poll: More New Hampshire Republican Primary Voters Are Pro-Choice than Pro-Life

New Hampshire's Republican presidential primary has a reputation as an oasis in the desert for moderate candidates. A new poll underlines exactly why.

Ted Cruz and Rand Paul Team Up to Cut Enviro Funding

The two 2016 hopefuls are pushing a budget amendment together.

Aaron Schock Compares His Ethics Scandal to Abraham Lincoln’s 'Defeats'

The Illinois lawmaker delivered a farewell floor speech on Thursday.

Florida Democrat Hits Home-State Governor Over Climate Gag Rule

Bill Nelson's budget amendment would prevent 'muzzling' of climate-change terms.

House Overwhelmingly Approves Bipartisan Medicare-Reform Bill

Now the "doc-fix" deal heads to the Senate, where its odds seem to be improving.

Nancy Pelosi Is Celebrating Her Birthday With a 'Doc Fix' Vote. But She Really Wants a Pool Table.

The House minority leader said Thursday that she expects the bipartisan legislation to pass her chamber.

House Advances Cybersecurity Bill Despite Surveillance Fears

The Intelligence Committee unanimously passed its information-sharing bill Thursday.

Scott Walker Digs in on How His Experience With Unions Shows He Won’t ‘Back Down’ to ISIS

The Wisconsin governor expounded on his controversial comments at CPAC last month.

The Committee of Optimists

Tax reform is supposed to be dead. So why do the Finance panel's leaders think otherwise?

Meet the Finance Committee's Minority Staff

What do a Deadhead, a Shakespeare scholar and a beer homebrewer have in common? They're all on Sen. Ron Wyden's panel roster.

Meet the Finance Committee's Majority Staff

The aides to Chairman Orrin Hatch include some fitness buffs and one with a side business baking cookies.

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