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Independents split on Harry Reid's filibuster change while young Americans strongly support a 60-vote threshold on legislation.
The bill has an unclear outlook in the Senate.
We knew that Rubio, Paul, and Cruz would be worth watching, but there are several lawmakers who surprised us by grabbing the spotlight this year.
Congress will close the year with 58 bills enacted into law, the tiniest fraction of the 6,366 bills introduced by lawmakers.
A California representative penned a letter of concern to the Los Angeles Times' owner, saying he believes its parent company may not have the paper's best interests in mind.
Just 57 bills have been enacted into law to date in 2013, which does not include the budget deal on President Obama's desk, out of 6,366 bills introduced by lawmakers—the low...
Obama and Miliband signal a return to class-conscious politics for the left.