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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.

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.  

GOP Leaders Still Don't Have a DHS Plan. But They May Have an Escape Hatch.

Democrats could use the rules to force a clean funding bill through the House, unless the GOP decides to stop them.

Twenty-Three Percent of Americans Have Never Heard of Benjamin Netanyahu

The Israeli prime minister is at the center of the biggest political news story of the week. But will anybody care?

Supreme Court Weighs Overturning Dozens of Congressional Districts

The fate of congressional districts and elections around the country may hang on how the Supreme Court defines "legislature"—an argument that came to a head Monday in a clash...

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