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Why Only One House Committee Is Investigating Hillary Clinton's Emails

The House Oversight panel had suggested it would do its own probe, but is standing down for now.

Can Ted Kennedy’s Memory Save the Senate?

Republicans and Democrats joined together to dedicate the Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the United States Senate.

Senate to Investigate White House Role in Google's Antitrust Victory

The FTC accidentally disclosed documents that are raising new questions about its decision not to sue Google in 2013.

EPA Chief: Keystone Won’t Be A 'Disaster for the Climate'

Gina McCarthy suggested that no single issue would wreck the climate.

Federal Agents Charged With Stealing Bitcoin

A former DEA official and a former Secret Service agent are accused of using bitcoin to launder money during an investigation into Silk Road.

Rep. Tammy Duckworth Is Running for the Senate

The House member from Illinois announced on Monday her campaign for the upper chamber in 2016.

What Makes Indiana's 'Religious Freedom' Law Different?

The new statute's defenders claim it simply mirrors existing federal rules, but it contains two provisions that put new obstacles in the path of equality.

This May Be the Year Crime Finally Stops Being a Wedge Issue

For decades, politicians have accused each other of being soft on crime. But now there's a groundswell for criminal-justice reform.

Where the 2016 Candidates Stand on Health Care

It doesn't come as much of a shock that all of the Republican likely presidential contenders dislike Obamacare. But while they can all agree that Obama's health care law isn't ...

How Indiana's 'Religious Freedom' Law Could Fail

The debate over same-sex marriage isn't actually over yet, but opponents are already turning their attention to state nondiscrimination laws.

Is 'Ready for Hillary' Ready to Go Away?

The group's staff is coming to the end of two year's worth of work together and facing uncertainty over what comes next.

Rand Paul’s Big, Risky Bet on Youth

Paul's strategy amounts to trying to turn out young Republicans in numbers unthinkable in past cycles even as older, and more evangelical, voters remain the mainstay of GOP pri...

Political Machine Dissolves as Aaron Schock Leaves Congress

Groups with ties to Schock are closing their doors and Illinois Republicans are looking for new sources of cash after Schock's scandal.

Obamacare Promises Tax-Season Surprises

If you have health coverage through an exchange established under Obamacare, or if you don't have insurance at all, expect the unexpected.

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