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The 54 Worst Northeast Snow Storms on Record

And why the current blizzard may fall near the top of the list.

Cuomo Blames Northeast Snowstorm on ‘Changing Climate’

The Democratic governor of New York warns that the storm is part of a "new extreme weather pattern."

How Big Is the GOP Presidential Field? Bob Ehrlich Is Preparing to Run

The former Maryland governor is making trips to the early-voting GOP primary states, and discussing how to fund a campaign.

How Chris Christie Learned to Get Tough on Storms

The New Jersey governor learned an important lesson during his first full winter in office.

CBO Predicts Slower Obamacare Growth

The budget office says enrollment will take longer than previously expected.

U.S. Announces Charges Against Alleged Russian Spy Ring in New York

Three people were charged and one man was arrested Monday.

De Blasio to Uber: Surge Pricing During the Blizzard Is Illegal

The New York City mayor promised to crack down on "for-hire vehicles" that raise their prices during the coming winter storm.

Wyoming House Votes to End Ban on Teaching Climate Science as Settled Science

The vote could lead to adoption of standards that teach climate change as settled science.

GOP Leaders Pull Border Bill, Blame Blizzard

The schedule change gives Republicans more time to gather conservative support for a controversial measure.

A Drone Is the Latest White House Fence-Jumper

A small unmanned aircraft crashed on the southeast side of the executive mansion Monday morning.

Pursuit of Trivia: The 2016 Farce

Republicans pander and lie while Hillary Clinton is lost in the weeds.

Rand Paul Stands Apart in His Pitch for Koch Brothers Cash

The Kentucky Republican broke with Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio in one of the first 2016 forums Sunday night.

How the Government Collapse in Yemen Could Interfere with One of Obama's Political Priorities

The administration said it temporarily won't send Guantanamo Bay detainees back to Yemen. And that might be the nail in the coffin for closing the prison in the next two years.

Border Bill Brings More Headaches for Embattled GOP

House Republicans have weathered three tough weeks to start the 114th Congress, and this week won't be any easier, as GOP leaders try to tamp down conservative opposition to a ...

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