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The Real-Life 'Alpha House' Is Going on the Market

The most famous frat house in Congress is ending its decades-long run, leaving a pair of high-ranking Democratic senators searching for a new place to live.

How the White House Is Fueling Republicans' Obamacare Arguments

A new report propels GOP claims that the administration is not being transparent.

MoveOn Warns Clinton: Back Keystone, Lose Your Base

The controversial oil-sands pipeline is cropping up in the nascent 2016 battle for the White House. 

The CIA Reviewed Books About Snowden and Is Not Impressed

The spy agency describes Glenn Greenwald's recent book as full of "bitter ad hominem rationale."

GOP Options to Block Obama's Order Are Narrowing

Writing a spending bill to defund the immigration move would be difficult, and using an authorization bill or lawsuit may not work either.

Pelosi Compares Obama Immigration Order to Emancipation Proclamation

The Democratic leader accuses GOP foes of having very short memories when it comes to executive action.

2014 Is on Track to Become the Hottest Year on Record

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration says this October is the warmest ever measured.

The Office Gangs of Capitol Hill

As some lawmakers prepare to leave Congress, others are eager—very eager—to claim their turf.

Democrat to NSA: Forget Congress, Stop Mass Spying Now

Senate Republicans blocked a bill to restrict domestic surveillance. But Rep. Adam Schiff says the administration should act anyway.

First Up for House Republicans: Obama’s Climate Rules

Rep. Renee Ellmers says regulations are necessary, but EPA has been "overbearing."

Where Are All the Women?

The lack of female chairs in a GOP-controlled Congress is nothing new. 

Are You Happy at Work?

When it comes to talking about their own lives, most Americans feel fairly optimistic about their careers and future prospects.

Children Still Struggle to Read in the Neighborhood Where the Latino-Rights Movement Began

Cesar Chavez dropped out of school to work the fields near Mayfair more than 70 years ago. Now a group of local parents is determined to keep other Latino children from having...

Jeb Bush Defends Common Core and Auditions as the GOP's Education Candidate

The former Florida governor, who is still debating a presidential run, seems to be testing an education-themed stump speech.

Despite Widespread Job Satisfaction, Americans Want More Flexibility and Opportunities

New poll finds that two-thirds of adults would take a job with less pay if it offered shorter hours and more flexibility.

2016 Officially Kicks Off With Jim Webb

And so it begins.

Did Rand Paul’s NSA Vote Fight Government Spying, or Protect It?

The libertarian says his opposition to a Senate bill protected Americans' privacy. Privacy advocates disagree.

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The Real-Life 'Alpha House' Is Going on the Market

The most famous frat house in Congress is ending its decades-long run, leaving a pair of high-ranking Democratic senators searching for a new place to live.

How the White House Is Fueling Republicans' Obamacare Arguments

A new report propels GOP claims that the administration is not being transparent.

MoveOn Warns Clinton: Back Keystone, Lose Your Base

The controversial oil-sands pipeline is cropping up in the nascent 2016 battle for the White House. 

The CIA Reviewed Books About Snowden and Is Not Impressed

The spy agency describes Glenn Greenwald's recent book as full of "bitter ad hominem rationale."

GOP Options to Block Obama's Order Are Narrowing

Writing a spending bill to defund the immigration move would be difficult, and using an authorization bill or lawsuit may not work either.

Pelosi Compares Obama Immigration Order to Emancipation Proclamation

The Democratic leader accuses GOP foes of having very short memories when it comes to executive action.

2014 Is on Track to Become the Hottest Year on Record

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration says this October is the warmest ever measured.

The Office Gangs of Capitol Hill

As some lawmakers prepare to leave Congress, others are eager—very eager—to claim their turf.

Democrat to NSA: Forget Congress, Stop Mass Spying Now

Senate Republicans blocked a bill to restrict domestic surveillance. But Rep. Adam Schiff says the administration should act anyway.

First Up for House Republicans: Obama’s Climate Rules

Rep. Renee Ellmers says regulations are necessary, but EPA has been "overbearing."

Where Are All the Women?

The lack of female chairs in a GOP-controlled Congress is nothing new. 

Are You Happy at Work?

When it comes to talking about their own lives, most Americans feel fairly optimistic about their careers and future prospects.

Children Still Struggle to Read in the Neighborhood Where the Latino-Rights Movement Began

Cesar Chavez dropped out of school to work the fields near Mayfair more than 70 years ago. Now a group of local parents is determined to keep other Latino children from having...

Jeb Bush Defends Common Core and Auditions as the GOP's Education Candidate

The former Florida governor, who is still debating a presidential run, seems to be testing an education-themed stump speech.

Despite Widespread Job Satisfaction, Americans Want More Flexibility and Opportunities

New poll finds that two-thirds of adults would take a job with less pay if it offered shorter hours and more flexibility.

2016 Officially Kicks Off With Jim Webb

And so it begins.

Did Rand Paul’s NSA Vote Fight Government Spying, or Protect It?

The libertarian says his opposition to a Senate bill protected Americans' privacy. Privacy advocates disagree.

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