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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 ...

What Obama Can Do If SCOTUS Cripples Obamacare

Experts say the White House couldn't easily restore subsidies in every state.

How Low Gas Prices Could Spike Obama’s Climate Plan

Automakers have to make clean cars, but drivers don't have to buy them.

For Jeb Bush, All’s (Perhaps Too) Quiet on Capitol Hill

The supposed 'establishment' candidate has few vocal backers in Congress.

Obama Proposes to Declare ANWR Area as Wilderness

The move rekindles fight over oil drilling on Alaska's coastal plain.

Chris Christie Defends His Record, Defensively

The New Jersey governor warns Iowans not to only consider a hardline conservative if they want to win in 2016.

Ted Cruz Just Launched His Iowa Campaign

The Texas conservative and his team are trying to lock down a state director for his White House run.  

After Disappointing an Establishment Audience, Ben Carson Turns It On for Iowa Conservatives

The likely 2016 contender shows why he should avoid the coasts.  

Scott Walker Scores Standing Ovation In Iowa

The Wisconsin governor proves he can connect with these important primary voters.  

Chris Christie to Tap Ex-Romney Aide to Lead Iowa Effort

DES MOINES, IA – Gov. Chris Christie is tapping Phil Valenziano, a former top campaign official for Mitt Romney and Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad, as his top Iowa operative as he ...

Supreme Court to Hear Lethal Injection Case Following Spate of Botched Executions

After a year that saw a number of executions gone wrong, the high Court will weigh in on the legality of using a controversial sedative.

Caricatures: The New Washington

Illustrations by Ed Hall

State Department Official Wants Disney's 'Frozen' to Teach Kids About Climate Change

How Elsa, Anna, Olaf, and Co. could help fight global warming.

Is Standardized Testing a Civil-Rights Issue?

Advocacy groups worry that if states are given more flexibility around testing, at-risk students will slip through cracks.

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