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Can Net Neutrality Survive the Impending Onslaught of Lawsuits?

Here are three arguments cable and telecom giants are likely to use to try to kill the rules.

White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest Said 'Personal E-mail' More Than 40 Times in Two Days

The Obama administration's spokesman spent this week fielding a barrage of questions about Hillary Clinton's e-mail practices at the State Department.

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Are Progressives Willing to Attack One of Their Own on Free Trade?

Ron Wyden is seen as a strong progressive on many social and security issues, but his views on the Trans-Pacific Partnership may go too far for Oregonian progressives.

Visualizing the GOP's 2016 Bracket

The Republicans running for president in 2016 will all compete in the same primary, but they won't all be chasing the same voters, especially at the start.

Has California's Leading Latino Politician Missed His Moment?

Antonio Villaraigosa decided not to run for Senate and may run for governor in 2018. But his path might be blocked by newer rising stars.

In Clinton Woes, Republicans See Opportunity—and Peril

The GOP wants to make Hillary Clinton pay for her missteps, but party strategists warn against overplaying their hand.

Capitol Hill Sledders Stick It To the Man

"Sled Free Or Die," proclaim peaceful protesters just wanting to have some fun in the snow. 

Episode 6: Clinton's sticky email problem, the struggle between Republican candidates and the Republican Congress, and Ben Carson's stance on prisons

Kristin, Shane and Alex regroup this week to discuss the Hillary Clinton email scandal sweeping the news, which key donors Republicans are fighting to win over- while Jeb Bush...

Democrats Wonder, Did Clinton Learn Anything From 2008?

Dems are frustrated but with no alternative contender, they're left to debate fixes that are anything but.

The Four States the Supreme Court Wants to Hear From on Gay Marriage

The justices will examine same-sex marriage bans in Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio, and Tennessee starting in April.

Michigan Takes Another Hit With Candice Miller's Retirement

The GOP representative's retirement further diminishes the state's once-outsized Capitol Hill influence.

How Gay Republican Groups Are Getting GOP Hopefuls Ready for 2016

Ben Carson's comments on prisons and choice pose a problem that outside groups aligned with the GOP are ready to fight.

20 Photos of the 1965 Selma-to-Montgomery Marches

March 7 marks the 50th anniversary of the civil rights movement's "Bloody Sunday," which bolstered support for the movement and eventually led to the Voting Rights Act.

The Best Congressional #TBT Posts From February

Senators and representatives throw it back on Twitter and Instagram.

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