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Caught Between Pledge and Poison Pills, McConnell May End Iran Debate

The majority leader could imperil the Iran bill if he gives Tom Cotton and Marco Rubio the votes they seek.

Democrats Draw the Line on Defense Spending

In both chambers, the minority wants to stop the majority from passing bills that skirt or bust funding caps.

House Reps: Where Did They Go to College?

On College Decision Day, we take a look at the most represented alma maters in the House of Representatives.

Your Toothpaste Might Be Killing The Great Lakes And Congress Is Not Happy

A bipartisan bill would ban "microbeads" in personal cosmetics, but the personal care industry has some concerns.

Hill Ethics Investigations on the Rise

The Office of Congressional Ethics has been opening probes at a quicker pace than in the previous Congress.

A Victory for Capitol Hill Sledders—and America

Congress may stop restricting fun on its snowbanks. Because freedom.

Tom Cotton Started a Twitter Spat With Iran’s Foreign Minister

Twitter is a weird place.

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