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Fiscal Showdown

Marco Rubio Flaps His Hawk Wings

The senator painted himself as a student of neoconservatism Wednesday.

Poll: Would GOP Control of the Senate Bring a 'Grand Bargain'?

"That ship has sailed," says one Republican Insider.

Dick Cheney: Obama Has 'Failed Utterly' to Aggressively Fight Terrorism

While the former vice president is as hawkish as ever, some of his fellow Republicans have changed their minds.

Senators Find Bipartisanship in Being Pissed Off About Police Militarization

At a hearing Tuesday, lawmakers agreed on a need to rein in federal spending on local police departments.

'No Ground Troops': Why Is Obama Tipping His Hand to ISIS?

If the president's motive is politics, even doves should worry.

Congress Is Back. Its Mission? Keep Government Open.

The House and Senate return with an agenda that includes a critical measure to fund the government before they return to the campaign trail.

How Mary Landrieu's Race Could Derail Productivity in the Lame Duck

The Senate could convene after Election Day with the state's seat—and control of the chamber come January—still up for grabs.

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Marco Rubio Flaps His Hawk Wings

The senator painted himself as a student of neoconservatism Wednesday.

Poll: Would GOP Control of the Senate Bring a 'Grand Bargain'?

"That ship has sailed," says one Republican Insider.

Dick Cheney: Obama Has 'Failed Utterly' to Aggressively Fight Terrorism

While the former vice president is as hawkish as ever, some of his fellow Republicans have changed their minds.

Senators Find Bipartisanship in Being Pissed Off About Police Militarization

At a hearing Tuesday, lawmakers agreed on a need to rein in federal spending on local police departments.

'No Ground Troops': Why Is Obama Tipping His Hand to ISIS?

If the president's motive is politics, even doves should worry.

Congress Is Back. Its Mission? Keep Government Open.

The House and Senate return with an agenda that includes a critical measure to fund the government before they return to the campaign trail.

How Mary Landrieu's Race Could Derail Productivity in the Lame Duck

The Senate could convene after Election Day with the state's seat—and control of the chamber come January—still up for grabs.

Show More