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Democratic Rep. Chaka Fattah Indicted in Racketeering Conspiracy

The Pennsylvania congressman and four others were charged in a 29-count indictment Wednesday.

Can Hillary Clinton Make Her 2016 Bid Carbon-Neutral?

The campaign promised to offset its carbon footprint. But it's not an easy task and details are few and far between.

Lawmakers Want Federal Employees to Stop Harassing Interns

Democrats introduced a law to give interns the same rights as federal employees. 

Pentagon Doesn’t Know if it’s Allowed to Defend Syrian Fighters or Turkish 'Safe Zone'

That's an odd situation to be in as the U.S. puts the first of its trained-and-equipped opposition fighters into Syria and finalizes an agreement with Turkey to back a "safe zo...

Clinton: I Have ‘Doubts’ About Arctic Drilling

Statement signals split from President Obama over offshore exploration.

'Too Big to Fail' Is Still a Problem. Here's How D.C. Wants to End It.

Leaders in the world of financial regulation talk about how to pick up where Dodd-Frank left off—or how to scrap the law and start over entirely.

Amid Conservative Unrest, McConnell Tightens His Grip

Through "some especially difficult political terrain," the majority leader managed to get nearly everything he wanted in the last week.

Months After Deadly Amtrak Crash, Safety Upgrades Stalled on the Hill

Northeastern senators frustrated they haven't been able to secure money for improvements.

The Senate's Cybersecurity Bill Is in Trouble

Significant hurdles remain for the Senate's proposed cybersecurity legislation, which is competing with at least two other issues for a vote before recess.

Latino PACs Eye a Bigger Role in 2016

Emboldened by presidential-election-year turnout, groups are raising more money and making earlier endorsements.

The Growing Fight Over Food Labelling

The battles over country-of-origin and GMO labels have intensified on the Hill this summer.

Joe Biden’s Political Moment

For the first time, the vice president looks like a more electable Democrat than Hillary Clinton.

The Senate Will Use Reconciliation to Repeal Obamacare AND… Something.

Everyone wants a piece of the budget tool that lets senators avoid filibusters.

Chuck Grassley's Closer Than Ever to Giving in on Mandatory-Minimum Reform

The Senate is close to unveiling a criminal-justice-reform bill. Sorting out mandatory minimums was always going to be the hardest part. 

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