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Finally, an Energy Issue Everybody (Mostly) Likes

There might be at least one energy priority in Washington that both Republicans and Democrats back.

Why Obama's Tuition Proposal Got Torched

The White House shouldn't forget that the Democratic coalition includes some wealthy voters too.  

Common Core a Huge Hurdle to Education Deal

Loathed by many, the school standards have become fodder in the 2016 campaign and an obstacle for No Child Left Behind talks.

How Chuck Schumer Undercut Loretta Lynch as He Endorsed Her for Attorney General

The senator's "looks can be deceiving" line was meant to be innocuous. But its casual use exposes real problems about the way women are sometimes evaluated.

In Philadelphia, Divided Democrats Search for Unity

Party retreat will focus on strategies for appealing to middle-class voters.

Loretta Lynch to Senate: I Won't Always Agree With Obama

The Obama administration's nominee for attorney general appeared before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday.

Senate Set to Join Immigration Fight

The chamber will take up the House-passed Homeland Security funding bill as early as next week.

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