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Senate Democrats Scramble to Avoid a Split on Education Bill

Two key party constituencies—unions and civil-rights groups—may end up on opposite sides.

How a Border Crisis Got Defused

Last July, Congress and the media were consumed with handling an influx of unaccompanied immigrant children. A year later, the situation looks very different.

Obama Administration Again Pushes Its Islamic State Strategy on a Skeptical Congress

Defense Secretary Ashton Carter and Joint Chiefs Chairman Martin Dempsey testified before the Senate Armed Services Committee on Tuesday.

Inside the GOP, Deficit War Rages On

Budget hawks aren't happy with the new Congress.

Outlook: It's Education Week, Finally

At long last, both chambers are ready to tackle a rewrite of the No Child Left Behind law. Bills on medical research and Interior appropriations also are on tap.

For the Disabled on the Hill, Access Is Everything

The Capitol campus is constantly being upgraded to make it easier to navigate for those with disabilities, but there's more work to be done. 

Must-Pass Highway Bill Dominates Jammed July

Congress has a packed three-week schedule before the next recess starts—and road funding expires.

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