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Death of American Ally a Potential Nail in Iraq’s Coffin

When the history of the second Iraq civil war is written, the death of Sheikh Qassem al-Janabi may prove notable for what it said about the rapidly closing window for Iraqi rec...

The Big Takeaways From the February Jobs Report

The topline jobs number may have beat expectations, but there is still a ways to go.

The Ultimate Washington Wonk Quiz

How well do you know your politics?

CPAC: The Story Behind the Stories

Covering the reporters covering the conference.

The Early Betting Lines for 2016

What the nation's top horse race looks like now.


Deborah Rutter, Jim Moran, and Nancy Lindborg are among those profiled.

Why the Gap Between Worker Pay and Productivity Is So Problematic

Labor has become more efficient and profitable, but employees aren't sharing in the benefits.

This is How You Remove the Roadblocks to Homeownership

Americans often need to first take small steps to improve their chances of landing a mortgage.

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 Email' More Than 40 Times in Two Days

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

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.

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