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Senate Set to Join Immigration Fight

The chamber will take up the House-passed Homeland Security funding bill as early as next week.

Chris Christie Would Like to Judge Your Snowman

The tweet storm after the snowstorm.

Matt Bevin to Make Shock Run for Kentucky Governor

Matt Bevin is back, and that means trouble for Kentucky's Republican establishment.

Obama Calls for Regulations After Drone Crashes Near White House

The president directed federal agencies to release rules for commercial drone use.

The Two-Generation Approach to Fighting Child Poverty

These programs know that giving parents educational and economic assistance helps children as well.

Marco Rubio Wants to Permanently Extend NSA Mass Surveillance

The Florida Republican and likely White House contender is further separating himself from other 2016 hopefuls in the Senate.

We Don't Know How Secure Our Border Is

As the House prepares to push through a bill to make the border stronger, we don't know where we stand today.

In Win for Obama, Democrats Will Hold Off on Iran Sanctions

Menendez and other key senators say they will give the administration more time to negotiate.

Obama Proposes Opening Atlantic Ocean to New Oil Drilling

The Interior Department floated draft plans Tuesday to allow the auction of oil-and-gas drilling rights in federal waters off the coasts of North and South Carolina, Georgia, a...

How Big is the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge Compared to Your Hometown?

Yes, we know the wildlife reserve is big. But how big?

Boehner to Sue Obama, Again

The speaker is planning to hold a House vote authorizing a suit against the president over his executive orders on immigration.

What Do Americans Hate More: Their Internet Providers or Their Government?

Customer satisfaction with the federal government is declining, according to a new survey.

The Rise of Dark Money and the Koch Party

It's time for 21st-century campaign finance reform: No limits, instant disclosure.

Your Appliances May Be Spying on You

The FTC issues privacy and security guidelines to the companies that are creating the "Internet of Things."

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