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The U.S.-Israel 'Special Relationship': A Photo Album

Photos of U.S. presidents and their Israeli counterparts.

How Barbara Mikulski Carved Her Place in Women’s Senate History

The Maryland lawmaker's election nearly 30 years ago was a historic win for Democratic women.

Why Colleges Want Your Personal Data

If data analysis helps raise graduation rates, is that worth the privacy concerns?

Hillary Clinton's Personal Email Use Is Already a Big Political Problem

It didn't take long for The New York Times report to take off Monday night.

Grijalva: Climate Letters Went Too Far in Seeking Correspondence

The House Democrat defended his push for disclosure of funding sources, but says a request for researchers' communications was an "overreach."

Job Posting: Congress. Great Pay Plus Benefits. Millennials Need Apply

New-era activists bring technology and private-sector ethos to political recruiting.

Democrats Fear Netanyahu Boycott Deepens Internal Divide

Some see a GOP strategy to drive a "wedge" between them and Israel. And they fear it's working.

Why the Obamacare Case Drives Washington Crazy

Everything you thought you knew about the Affordable Care Act might be wrong.

How Ted Cruz Is Making His Case to Sheldon Adelson

Cruz slammed the Obama administration's handling of Iran negotiations at a pro-Israel event on Monday, which the mega-donor attended.

At AIPAC, Sen. Menendez Goes Head-to-Head With the Obama Administration on Iran

The New Jersey senator, and ranking Democrat on the Foreign Relations Committee, takes his Capitol Hill fight to AIPAC and vows not to back down—even from his allies.

Democrats Expect Free-for-All in Maryland to Replace Mikulski

Party strategists say an unusually deep bench of potential candidates makes predicting the Senate primary an impossible task.  

Those Obamacare Nullification Amendments Could Make a Big Comeback Post-SCOTUS

States like Ohio might be constitutionally prohibited from moving on state exchanges

Democrats' Chance to Draw Kevin McCarthy Out of a Job

With a little help from the Supreme Court, California Democrats could get a shot at knocking Kevin McCarthy out of office.

The GOP's Damage Done

How the Homeland Security stalemate is hurting the Republican brand.

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