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Rand Paul Loses His National Security Edge

The Kentucky senator secures his place among the 2016 GOP contenders after defending the White House drone policy he once lambasted in a 13-hour filibuster.

Who Are the Minimum-Wage Workers of America?

Many are young and women, and they are likely to be employed in certain sectors, according to a recent report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Barack Obama’s New Trade Lobbyist

President Obama is likely to be smiling when Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe goes to Capitol Hill this week to talk trade.

The Mysterious Death of Freddie Gray

When the Baltimore man was arrested, he was alive and well. By the time he reached a police station, he couldn't breathe or talk. What happened?

Corker, Cardin Try to Hold Iran Bill Together

The high-stakes measure has created strange bipartisan bedfellows.

New Friends Court David Vitter Ahead of Possible Senate Vacancy

If Vitter wins his race for Louisana governor, he could appoint his replacement. At least three Republicans already are jockeying for position.

A Challenge for Iowa, N.H. Members: Keeping Campaign Staff

Lawmakers from early primary and caucus states know their aides are in high demand among presidential contenders.

The GOP's Four Proposals for a Post-SCOTUS Obamacare Fix

At least four different plans have been proposed in case the Supreme Court rules that subsidies in federal exchanges are illegal.

Supreme Court's Same-Sex Marriage Arguments: What to Watch For

The Supreme Court is about to decide whether same-sex marriage should be legal in every state, and Anthony Kennedy is the man in the middle.

Republican 2016 Hopefuls Court Iowa's 'Super Volunteers'

Even in a campaign that will undoubtedly go down as the most expensive in history, GOP presidential aspirants need the diehard Iowa activists that money can't buy.

More 'Green Shoots' on the Hill

The legislative logjam has cleared in recent weeks, and more progress may be on the way.

Hillary Clinton May Have Lost a Campaign Weapon

Clinton's experience as secretary of State now cannot be mentioned without raising questions of pay-to-play and deleted emails

The Gulf Between African Americans, Whites in Distrust of the Police

Seventy percent of African Americans say police do a poor job treating different racial groups equally. Twenty-five percent of whites say the same.

Here Are All Seven Media Questions Hillary Clinton Has Answered During Her Campaign

The Democratic front-runner has largely ignored journalists in the first two weeks of her presidential run, instead speaking directly to voters.

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