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Obama Heads To Marco Rubio’s Backyard To Promote Climate Change

As state officials cast doubt on climate change, Obama to use Everglades as Earth Day backdrop.

Obama Administration Tells Texas It Could Play Medicaid Hardball There, Too

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services holds a call with Lone Star State officials, as the drama in Florida heats up.

Mike Huckabee Says He's Formed an Exploratory Committee for a Presidential Run

The former Arkansas governor will provide details on his official announcement on Fox News Friday night. 

Key Pro-Lynch Republicans Reject Reid's Maneuver

Graham and Flake say they won't break with McConnell as attorney general nominee continues to wait.

What O'Malley Believes He Can Do that Clinton Can't

Former mayor and governor pitches data-driven, can-do liberal leadership.

Rick Perry Makes the Play To Be the Most Experienced Candidate Running in 2016

The former Texas governor to New Hampshire: Forget about 2012.

Ryan and Murray’s Next Big Project: Better Use of Big Data

The budget wunderkinds want the federal government to use data to improve its efficiency.

There's a New Bipartisan Effort to be Nicer to Federal Workers

But kinder rhetoric is only one step on a long road to boosting employee morale.

Senate Democrats Are Fuming Over the 'Fast-Track' Trade Deal

Some Senate Finance Committee members say committee leaders are fast-tracking "fast-track" legislation that would give the president more authority to negotiate on trade.

Jeb Bush Backs Hike in Social Security Retirement Age

The Republican charges into one of the more controversial issues in American politics. 

The 15 Most Visited U.S. National Parks

All of these need to be on your must-visit list.

Congress to Introduce Last-Ditch Bill to Reform NSA Spying

With the clock winding down, lawmakers in both chambers are staging one last attempt to rein in the government's surveillance powers.

Gyrocopter Schmyrocopter: Nine Other Eyebrow-Raising Protests in the Nation’s Capital

Demonstrators in Washington go to extreme lengths sometimes to make a point.

This Is Where White People Live

Self-segregation and clustered affluence is now normal in America. Why do policymakers only worry about concentrated poverty?

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