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What the GOP Is Losing by Winning

In recent decades, the Republican Party's center of gravity has shifted decisively to Capitol Hill and away from the White House.

How It's Done

Veteran lawmakers offer advice to the freshman class. 

Who Is the Next Al Gore?

The lawmakers and advocates who are raising their profiles on climate change.

One Panel's Recipe: Equal Parts Legislating and Theater

On the first day, there was legislating. On the second, there were 2016 talking points.

How the House GOP's Abortion Bill Fell Apart

Women and moderates warned Republican leaders that trouble was coming, but it's not clear they listened.

Harry Reid on 2016: 'I Plan to Run'

"My staff has continued to review my new campaign," the Senate minority leader said of a reelection bid. "We have quite an operation."

Elizabeth Warren vs. Big Pharma

Elizabeth Warren took on the pharmaceutical industry Thursday, as she proposed requiring drug makers to foot more of the bill for federally funded research.

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