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Obama's Iran Test: Keeping Democrats Together on a Deal

Members of the president's own party are wary of an agreement that doesn't allow unfettered inspections.

Senate Democrats Scramble to Avoid a Split on Education Bill

Two key party constituencies—unions and civil-rights groups—may end up on opposite sides.

The U.S. House Just Voted Against the Confederate Flag

Amendments would prevent graves from being decorated with the flag and bar its sales at national parks.

Donald Trump Is Buying a New Hampshire Campaign Wholesale

A string of high-profile hires has given the billionaire GOP candidate one of the field's most heavily staffed operations.

Congress May Have to Save Puerto Rico. But It Won’t Be Easy.

In order to allow Puerto Rico to file for bankruptcy, Congress must intercede. But does it have the will to help?

Can Drones Solve America’s Wildfire Crisis?

Congress gets creative in a quest to fight fire. 

Why Congress Is Talking About Helium

Federal helium auction prices are going up, up and away, critics say.

African-American Candidates Enjoy String of Victories in Heavily Latino San Antonio

Rep. Will Hurd and San Antonio Mayor Ivy Taylor both won elections in the past year despite what look like challenging demographics in the area.

Every Public Campaign Trip, by Every 2016 Presidential Contender, in One Chart

The early-voting and big-money states got the most attention, but every state (except for 3) received a visit from a presidential hopeful during the first half of 2015.

Republicans to Test White House’s Obamacare Swagger

The GOP is working on plans to put the administration in a tough spot after the health care law's big legal victory.

For Democrats, the Politics of Obamacare Are Still Dismal

President Obama cheered the Supreme Court's ruling, but the biggest test for his health care law's sustainability is yet to come.

The White House Isn't in a Hurry on Iran

Thursday is a major congressional deadline, but the White House doesn't seem to be panicking.

Hillary Clinton: 'People Should and Do Trust Me'

The Democratic presidential candidate talked emails, the Clinton Foundation, immigration, and more during a CNN interview on Tuesday.

Hillary Clinton: Cyber Legislation in Congress Is 'Not Enough' to Stop Foreign Hackers

"It's not only the Chinese. We know that other governments—Russia, North Korea, Iran—have either directly or indirectly sponsored hacking."

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