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Congress

On the Hill, Many Gay Aides Lack Workplace Protections

Hoyer, others urge member offices to put in place their own policies to protect LGBT staffers.

Internal Democratic Fights Come to a Head This Week

At Hill meetings and a Philadelphia retreat, the House minority will debate term limits and an economic message.

GOP Leaders Pull Border Bill, Blame Blizzard

The schedule change gives Republicans more time to gather conservative support for a controversial measure.

The Jockeying Over Testing Mandates Begins

Senate lawmakers start No Child Left Behind rewrite by discussing the toughest issue.

DOT Embraces Automatic Braking and Other Safety Gizmos

Transportation Secretary Foxx says the agency is looking for ways to mitigate human error.

Border Bill Brings More Headaches for Embattled GOP

House Republicans have weathered three tough weeks to start the 114th Congress, and this week won't be any easier, as GOP leaders try to tamp down conservative opposition to a ...

What Obama Can Do if SCOTUS Cripples Obamacare

Experts say the White House couldn't easily restore subsidies in every state.

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