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McConnell to Introduce Bill to Reauthorize Patriot Act Until 2020

The move may thwart any attempt to reform the NSA's mass surveillance authorities.

Trade Deal Gives Obama, GOP Leaders a Vote-Counting Test

A rare alliance between Republican leadership and the White House will try to cobble together 218 votes.

Republicans' Big Gamble on Social Security

According to many Republican strategists, a dive into Social Security policy puts the party in a perilous place ahead of the 2016 election.

A New AUMF Was Always a Political Disaster For Everyone Involved

The incentive to officially declare war against ISIS was never really there.

Why Is Rand Paul Working With Barbara Boxer on a Hated Transportation Policy?

He's the only contender with an infrastructure plan, but few like it.

Marco Rubio’s Biggest Problem Isn’t Jeb Bush

The friends-turned-rivals narrative is salacious, but the numbers show that Rubio should be worried about a different candidate.

Bill Gates Defends Meat Amid Environmental Criticism

"Evolution turned us into omnivores," the tech billionaire says.

Groups Fume That Medicare Cuts May Pay for Trade Bill

Senior and provider groups are angry that Medicare cuts will help pay for one of the trade bills that Congress will soon consider and are waging a last-ditch effort to nix the ...

David Vitter Wants to Subpoena Obamacare Documents. Do Republicans Have His Back?

He wants info on why Congress is considered a "small business" for health insurance purposes.

NSA Chief: Rules of War Apply to Cyberwar, Too

In the tightly controlled discussion about cyberweapons, this counts as a step toward transparency.

Some Senate Democrats Look Ready to Buck Harry Reid on Trade

While many progressives are still vehemently opposed to the Trade Promotion Authority, Democrats in the Senate may give it the support it needs.

Chris Christie and Foreign Leaders: BFF

The governor, itching closer to a 2016 decision, talked up his international relationships at a Washington conference Tuesday.

Key Republican Is Not on Board With NSA Reform

Chuck Grassley is not ready to give the USA Freedom Act his blessing.

10 U.S. Cities That Are Going Green

As the climate change debate heats up, these American cities are putting sustainable solutions on their agenda.

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