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View from the Hill: Israeli-Palestinian Talks Very Unlikely

The White House is saying "peace is possible," but many in Congress aren't so sure.

Former Bush Officials Getting Extra Campaign Help From American Crossroads

The Karl Rove-backed super PAC helped nominate a 29-year-old former Bush adviser in a competitive congressional primary.

How to Stop Burn Pits From Becoming the Next Agent Orange

As veterans complain of health impacts from toxic fumes, advocates warn that burn pits in Iraq and Afghanistan might come back to haunt the administration.

Disgraced Congressman Randy 'Duke' Cunningham Is a Free Man Again

Federal judge in San Diego lifts all remaining restrictions on the 72-year-old convicted felon.

Boehner Will Sue Obama for Not Enforcing Obamacare

The House speaker's lawsuit will focus on delays in the employer mandate.

Where Cruz, Rubio, and Paul Stand on the Unaccompanied-Minors Crisis

All are critical of President Obama, but in different ways.

Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson Wants the Border Law Changed

At a Senate hearing, the Homeland Security secretary said he'd like the ability to send Central American children back from the border faster.

Family Presses Ahead With Lawsuit in Fatal Capitol Hill Shooting

Justice Department decision to not prosecute law enforcement officers involved won't derail effort.

Cancel the Crazy Katrina Catnip

Immigration woes need clarity, not click-happy metaphors.

Royce: White House in 'Dramatic Retreat' from Security Norms in Nuclear Trade

The House Foreign Affairs panel chair says allowing Iran to continue enriching uranium would mean "effectively melting" nonproliferation standards.

Is the State Department Prioritizing 'Pretty Buildings' Over Preventing the Next Benghazi?

Lawmakers question whether the department's new embassy strategy puts U.S. personnel at risk.

The Next House Leadership Race Is Already Starting

Rep. Luke Messer is running to be the House's fifth-ranking Republican.

Congress Is Taking On the Escalating NCAA Crisis

A Senate committee grilled the college-sports president over mistreatment of student athletes.

Patent Reform Shows Signs of Life in Congress

Once thought dead and buried for 2014, patent reform is suddenly gaining traction in the House. But the clock is ticking.

Boehner Goes Off On Obama Over Immigration Crisis

"When is he going to take responsibility for something?" the speaker said of the president Thursday.

The Most Colorful Quotes From Washington State's First Day of Marijuana Sales

A confused politician, a grandmother, and a marijuana aficionado walk into a weed store.

Spying Has Seriously Hurt U.S. Relations With Germany

Angela Merkel just asked the top U.S. spy in her country to leave, the latest chapter in a diplomatic nightmare that started with the Snowden leaks.

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View from the Hill: Israeli-Palestinian Talks Very Unlikely

The White House is saying "peace is possible," but many in Congress aren't so sure.

Former Bush Officials Getting Extra Campaign Help From American Crossroads

The Karl Rove-backed super PAC helped nominate a 29-year-old former Bush adviser in a competitive congressional primary.

How to Stop Burn Pits From Becoming the Next Agent Orange

As veterans complain of health impacts from toxic fumes, advocates warn that burn pits in Iraq and Afghanistan might come back to haunt the administration.

Disgraced Congressman Randy 'Duke' Cunningham Is a Free Man Again

Federal judge in San Diego lifts all remaining restrictions on the 72-year-old convicted felon.

Boehner Will Sue Obama for Not Enforcing Obamacare

The House speaker's lawsuit will focus on delays in the employer mandate.

Where Cruz, Rubio, and Paul Stand on the Unaccompanied-Minors Crisis

All are critical of President Obama, but in different ways.

Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson Wants the Border Law Changed

At a Senate hearing, the Homeland Security secretary said he'd like the ability to send Central American children back from the border faster.

Family Presses Ahead With Lawsuit in Fatal Capitol Hill Shooting

Justice Department decision to not prosecute law enforcement officers involved won't derail effort.

Cancel the Crazy Katrina Catnip

Immigration woes need clarity, not click-happy metaphors.

Royce: White House in 'Dramatic Retreat' from Security Norms in Nuclear Trade

The House Foreign Affairs panel chair says allowing Iran to continue enriching uranium would mean "effectively melting" nonproliferation standards.

Is the State Department Prioritizing 'Pretty Buildings' Over Preventing the Next Benghazi?

Lawmakers question whether the department's new embassy strategy puts U.S. personnel at risk.

The Next House Leadership Race Is Already Starting

Rep. Luke Messer is running to be the House's fifth-ranking Republican.

Congress Is Taking On the Escalating NCAA Crisis

A Senate committee grilled the college-sports president over mistreatment of student athletes.

Patent Reform Shows Signs of Life in Congress

Once thought dead and buried for 2014, patent reform is suddenly gaining traction in the House. But the clock is ticking.

Boehner Goes Off On Obama Over Immigration Crisis

"When is he going to take responsibility for something?" the speaker said of the president Thursday.

The Most Colorful Quotes From Washington State's First Day of Marijuana Sales

A confused politician, a grandmother, and a marijuana aficionado walk into a weed store.

Spying Has Seriously Hurt U.S. Relations With Germany

Angela Merkel just asked the top U.S. spy in her country to leave, the latest chapter in a diplomatic nightmare that started with the Snowden leaks.

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