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Carly Fiorina Wouldn’t Want You Going to Carlyfiorina.org

The newly declared candidate is the latest to fall victim to domain squatting.

Nine Former Members of Congress Still Sitting on Millions in Campaign Cash

A handful of ex-senators and House members still have active campaign accounts that they use to collect interest, donate to candidates and charities—and maybe finance politic...

VA Blocked Billions of Cyberthreats in March

The Veterans Affairs Department could become quickly overwhelmed if the threat continues to escalate, the agency's top information officer said.

Bernie Sanders: The Federal Workforce Advocate

The self-described socialist-Democrat promises to promote employees of the federal government more than any other candidate.

Bill Breaks Hillary's Silence on Clinton Foundation Donations

The former president says that he won't automatically give up paid speeches if his wife is elected president.

What Exactly Is Carly Fiorina Up To?

The former Hewlett Packard CEO has thus far been among the field's bravest in going after Hillary Clinton.

Can You Name the Rooms of the White House?

How well do you know your way around the first family's residence?

Which Cities Are Sued the Most for Police Brutality?

Among a small survey of American cities, it's the communities with the most black residents.

Outlook: Union Rules, Budget Endgame, and the Slow March to Fast-Track

While the House enjoys recess, the Senate will focus on Iran and a few other items.

Caught Between Pledge and Poison Pills, McConnell May End Iran Debate

The majority leader could imperil the Iran bill if he gives Tom Cotton and Marco Rubio the votes they seek.

Democrats Draw the Line on Defense Spending

In both chambers, the minority wants to stop the majority from passing bills that skirt or bust funding caps.

Ben Carson Is Running for President

Carson said Sunday that he is running for president, telling CBS that he will formally unveil his candidacy at an event Monday in his hometown of Detroit.

Big Pharma Wants Congress to Vanquish Its Own Personal Patent Troll

The drug industry has been plagued by a hedge-fund manager with a vendetta.

Is This Senate Candidate Really Willing to Swear Off Super PAC Cash?

He was a campaign-finance crusader who once refused outside money help, but is he willing to deny outside aid on principle?

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