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Rand Paul, This Isn't Your Father's CPAC

Rand Paul is still a fan favorite here. But attendees were roused by invocations of President Obama's weakness on national security.

Mortgages for Freelancers

A California start-up wants to become the go-to lender for the self-employed and others whose incomes aren't tied to traditional jobs.

In Early Polling, Walker Stands Apart

Not since George W. Bush in 2000 has a GOP presidential candidate drawn support across so many divides.

The Ultimate Washington Wonk Quiz: Inaugural Edition

Each week, Josh Kraushaar and National Journal's politics team will try to stump you with a selection of absurdly esoteric political trivia, from the week in Washington and bey...

Who Hacked My Toaster?

By wirelessly connecting nearly every device we use, from refrigerators to cars, the Internet of Things is creating a brand-new digital universe that's full of both promise and...

Here's How Likely It Is for CPAC Straw Poll Winners to Become GOP Nominees

The audience favorite doesn't usually go on to capture the next Republican presidential nomination.

People

Creating more geeks at the Federal Trade Commission.

Stress Tests for Republicans

Can Scott Walker and GOP congressional leaders step up their game?

Boehner Has a Plan to Avoid a DHS Shutdown—But It Might Not Pass

Republicans are going to kick the can down the road.

Hoyer Calls McCarthy a 'Coward' Over DHS Funding

Tensions build on House floor over GOP plan to move short-term bill to avert shutdown.

Democrats' Mississippi Dilemma: Great Candidates Who Refuse to Run

The party's brightest lights are passing on the state's biggest races.

The Governors Chris Christie Supported Aren’t Returning the Favor

How much loyalty can you buy for $106 million? Not as much as Chris Christie would like.

The Increasing Politicization of the FCC

In the wake of the historic net-neutrality decision, an independent agency is more polarized than ever.

The Republican Party Is Divided On Net Neutrality

Some conservatives want to pursue a legislative compromise. Others are urging more extreme means—and holding the FCC's funding hostage is not out of the question.

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