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Outlook: Finishing a Budget, and Fending Off a Gyrocopter

Members want to finalize a spending blueprint and stiffen the Capitol's defenses.

A Test for the Iran Deal—and the 2016 Contenders

Marco Rubio and others can use the open amendment process to make a push on hot-button issues.

Hotline's Senate Race Rankings: Majority Up for Grabs

Republicans have to defend many more seats than Democrats in 2016, putting their majority at risk. But they have opportunities in Nevada and Colorado.

The FCC’s 365 Million Dollar Man

Travis LeBlanc, the head of the FCC's Enforcement Bureau, is cracking down on the telecom giants.

Can Same-Sex Marriage Lose?

The stakes are high, but almost everyone seems to expect the same outcome.

Medicare Might Become Congress's Favorite Piggy Bank

Lobbying groups fear that the program will become Capitol Hill's favorite piggy bank.

At Iowa Faith Summit, Foreign Policy Dominates

National security issues trump domestic ones for evangelical voters and White House hopefuls.

Photos: Attendees at the 2015 White House Correspondents Association Dinner

See who showed up for Nerd Prom.

Jared Polis Just Proposed Something Unusual: Banning Steve King From Legislating

Fed up with King's policies, Polis attempted Friday afternoon to silence his conservative colleague.

The Recession Isn't Over For Many Families

The number of households with at least one unemployed person is still higher than before the Great Recession.

Meet the GOP's Mega-Donors

These billionaires may determine which Republicans get a real shot at the White House.

Is That an FM Radio In Your Pocket?

Broadcasters, tech companies, and musicians are clashing over the FM chips that live in most smartphones.

Obama Compares Progressive Opposition to Trade Deal to ‘Death Panels’ as the Left Ramps Up Opposition

With trade legislation advancing in Congress, the White House and left-wing groups are turning their guns on each other.

Historic Atlanta Is Dead. Can These Young Creatives Revive It?

They're bringing performance art and lofty urban planning to a forgotten part of the city—and it might revitalize the old downtown.

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