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Control of the upper chamber hasn't been this unsteady since the post-Civil War era.
Judges need to show this respect in assessing one carelessly worded clause in the Affordable Care Act that is the basis for the Halbig case.
If the GOP only wins on friendly turf, they could retake the majority—but without a mandate.
Two things may be keeping Republican strategists up at night in their quest for a Senate majority: money and the Democratic ground game.
Senate Agriculture Committee chairwoman honored for crafting a program that is helping feed the world.
Midterm elections come in three varieties for the White House party: bad, really bad, and horrific.
The 20th anniversary of AmeriCorps offers a new chance to reexamine the paralysis in Washington.
Michael Brown and Ferguson, Mo., have put questions about police misconduct and unrestrained power squarely in the public eye.