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Why an Ethics Report on a Questionable Congressional Trip Will Stay Secret

Office of Congressional Ethics reports are usually made public. But one report on a controversial trip by House members to Azerbaijan wasn't, and watchdog groups aren't happy.

Patty Murray to Back Iran Nuclear Deal

The support from the top Democrat puts the president closer to the votes he'll need to prevent a veto override on the deal.

Harry Reid's Backing Boosts Iran Deal's Chances

The top Senate Democrat is at odds on the issue with his likely successor, Chuck Schumer.

GOP Head of Benghazi Probe Complained About ‘Overclassification’ of Documents

Letter from Trey Gowdy to State Department comes to light amid criticism of Hillary Clinton's handling of classified information.

How OPM Can Save the Federal Workforce

A former OPM director believes the agency could help craft a more positve public image of federal employees. 

With Robert Menendez Coming Out Against It, Here Is the State of the Iran Deal

He is now one of two Senate Democrats opposing the Obama administration.

Rand Paul Isn't Getting His Hands Dirty with the Senate's Criminal-Justice Negotiations

The Kentucky Republican is sitting on the sidelines on criminal-justice reform, but it may be more strategic than it first appears. Just ask Marco Rubio.

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