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In Moment of Bipartisanship, House Democrats and Republicans Take Action That Leads Nowhere

While House Republicans prepared to vote on a doomed border bill, Democrats took over the floor asking for a vote on comprehensive immigration reform.

Senate Passes Funding for Israel's Missile-Defense System

Iron Dome gets unanimous, last-minute passage.

House Republicans May Save Their Border Bill Friday

Two bills could get a vote Friday.

Eric Cantor to Resign From House Aug. 18

The former majority leader plans to quit his seat to give his successor a leg up on seniority.

Why Democrats Are Ditching the 'War on Women'

The party that deployed "war" rhetoric to help defeat Mitt Romney is looking for less divisive ways to reach female voters this cycle.

Senate Border Funding Bill Goes Down

The chamber heads home for recess unable to agree on an immigration measure.

Will the Senate Push John Brennan to Resign From the CIA?

Calls for Brennan’s head began Thursday evening after the spy agency admitted it had hacked into Senate computers.

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In Moment of Bipartisanship, House Democrats and Republicans Take Action That Leads Nowhere

While House Republicans prepared to vote on a doomed border bill, Democrats took over the floor asking for a vote on comprehensive immigration reform.

Senate Passes Funding for Israel's Missile-Defense System

Iron Dome gets unanimous, last-minute passage.

House Republicans May Save Their Border Bill Friday

Two bills could get a vote Friday.

Eric Cantor to Resign From House Aug. 18

The former majority leader plans to quit his seat to give his successor a leg up on seniority.

Why Democrats Are Ditching the 'War on Women'

The party that deployed "war" rhetoric to help defeat Mitt Romney is looking for less divisive ways to reach female voters this cycle.

Senate Border Funding Bill Goes Down

The chamber heads home for recess unable to agree on an immigration measure.

Will the Senate Push John Brennan to Resign From the CIA?

Calls for Brennan’s head began Thursday evening after the spy agency admitted it had hacked into Senate computers.

Show More