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As Obama's Budget Arrives, GOP Will Try (Again) to Kill His Favorite Bill

A week that begins with Budget Day will include debates on the fate of Obama's health and immigration policies.

A Seller's Market: GOP Campaigns Racing to Lock Down Qualified Staff

Bush, Christie, Walker competing for same digital firm as candidates scramble to secure qualified staff.  

With Keystone Theater Done, Senate Primed for Meaty Energy Debate

After a month that saw more than 40 roll-call votes on energy issues, the Senate is geared up to do it all again -- just a little slower.

How Rand Paul Is Getting Around the Senate's Social-Media Rules

#Disrupt.

Democrats, United

Senate Democrats are quickly learning how to make the most of life in the minority.

The Choreography of Budget Day

Months of planning, repeated testing, and a whole lot of paper go into an annual Washington ritual.

Obama Pregames the Super Bowl Like the Rest of Us: With Beer

The president briefly spoke to NBC's Savannah Guthrie in the White House kitchen before the game.

Episode 1: Mitt Romney's Ego, Dark Money Rising, and the Ryanization of Marco Rubio

In the inaugural episode of TwentySixteen, our hosts break down Mitt Romney's decision not to run, explore the influence of the Koch brothers, question Lindsey Graham's announc...

The White House’s Latest Climate Ally: Pope Francis

EPA administrator highlights "moral issue" in Vatican meetings.

Uber On Privacy: 'We Haven't Always Gotten It Right'

An internal review finds the ride-hailing app has made improvements but has a lot of work left to do on customer privacy.

Winston Churchill’s Life, 50 Year After his Funeral, in Photos

On Jan. 30, 1965, Winston Churchill's coffin was paraded through the streets of London and down the River Thames before a service at St. Paul's Cathedral.  

D.C. Laws Aside, You Still Can't Carry a Gun on the Hill

People who have a concealed-weapon permit from the city should steer clear of the Capitol.

Inside Mitt Romney's 2016 Roller-Coaster Ride

A three-week flirtation put would-be advisers on ice and confused supporters.

Ted Strickland Still Undecided on Senate Run

The former Ohio governor is considering a race against Sen. Rob Portman.

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