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Senate Leaves Town With No Deal on Patriot Act

With no solution in sight to the Patriot Act quagmire that kept lawmakers voting until past 1 a.m. Saturday morning, senators are leaving town for a week. They will return Sun...

Senate Votes to Give Obama 'Fast-Track' Power, and a Hard-Fought Win

Trade Promotion Authority passes after a combined lobbying effort by Republicans and the White House. But passage in the House may be even tougher.

With Just Hours to Go, These Senate Conservatives Are Still Undecided on the Patriot Act

When it comes to renewing Section 215, Mitch McConnell's got a lot of members still undecided.

The Man Who Knew Too Much

Donald Ritchie, the Senate's chief history maven

Pelosi, Hoyer Keep Fragile Peace on Trade

House Democrats have so far avoided the intraparty fights that have hit the Senate and White House. But that may change soon.

Senate Intelligence Chairman Presents His Last-Ditch Plan to Keep NSA Bulk Data Collection From Lapsing

Sen. Richard Burr has a plan to save the NSA's call data program, but he hasn't talked to Democrats.

John Boehner on NSA: The Senate Must Act, But 'We’ll Certainly Look at What They Do'

The House speaker's remarks on Thursday suggest his chamber hasn't written off a "clean" renewal of the Patriot Act.

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