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Senate Conservatives Concede, Won't Delay DHS Bill

The chamber should be able to pass its measure Friday, though House prospects remain uncertain.

House GOP Leaders Weighing Short-Term Bill to Avert DHS Shutdown

The measure would keep the department funded for no longer than a month.

Loretta Lynch's Nomination to Succeed Eric Holder Passes Its First Test

Lynch's nomination will go to the full Senate floor after passing out of committee 12-8.

John Boehner Blows Kisses to the Press, Won't Budge on DHS

Funding for the department expires at midnight on Friday.

Sen. John Thune Will Lean on FCC Over Net-Neutrality Rule

"Even as members of Congress like the House Energy and Commerce Committee have tried to reach out to find a bipartisan solution, we have not found a willing partner in the FCC ...

As Shutdown Nears, McConnell and Boehner Remain Far Apart

The two GOP leaders got together Wednesday, but unity remains elusive.

Democrats Fear an Ambush on the Senate Floor

To prevent a DHS shutdown, Democrats have to trust that Ted Cruz and other Republicans won't betray them or hold up the whole process.

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