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Potholes, Even Canyon-Sized Ones, Aren’t Political

President Obama employed a popular metaphor to describe the nation's crumbling infrastructure when he referred to "potholes the size of canyons."

Florida Special Election Pits Candidate’s Personal Wealth Against the Power of Super PACs

Curt Clawson has spent $2.65 million of his own money to become a member of Congress. His two Republican opponents are relying on super PAC money to stop him.

Got a Hobby or General Interest? There's a Congressional Caucus for That.

From bourbon to battlefields to men's health, members of Congress have an informal group for just about everything.

The Incredible Shrinking Senate Majority

As voters' behavior has changed, control of the upper chamber has become increasingly precarious.

Why Every Member of Congress Gets a Monthly Porn Delivery

Larry Flynt has sent a monthly copy of Hustler to every congressional office for the last 30 years, and members of Congress can't stop it.

A New Front in the War Against Smoking

Susan M. Liss of the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids says marketing of e-cigarettes could undermine 50 years of progress.

Could America Become a Banana Republic?

The Supreme Court's recent McCutcheon ruling paves the way for a new era of political corruption in the U.S.

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Potholes, Even Canyon-Sized Ones, Aren’t Political

President Obama employed a popular metaphor to describe the nation's crumbling infrastructure when he referred to "potholes the size of canyons."

Florida Special Election Pits Candidate’s Personal Wealth Against the Power of Super PACs

Curt Clawson has spent $2.65 million of his own money to become a member of Congress. His two Republican opponents are relying on super PAC money to stop him.

Got a Hobby or General Interest? There's a Congressional Caucus for That.

From bourbon to battlefields to men's health, members of Congress have an informal group for just about everything.

The Incredible Shrinking Senate Majority

As voters' behavior has changed, control of the upper chamber has become increasingly precarious.

Why Every Member of Congress Gets a Monthly Porn Delivery

Larry Flynt has sent a monthly copy of Hustler to every congressional office for the last 30 years, and members of Congress can't stop it.

Could America Become a Banana Republic?

The Supreme Court's recent McCutcheon ruling paves the way for a new era of political corruption in the U.S.

Budget Vote Proves House GOP Can't Do Anything Big in 2014

Overcoming the Goldilocks complex could be tough in an election year.

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