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Lawmakers Blast International Basketball's Ban on Turbans

An existing rule forces Sikhs to take off turbans or not play.

The Head-On Politics of Going Around Congress on Climate Change

The White House faces a collision with Republicans over a global pact that likely won't need Senate sign-off

Boehner Set to Raise Cash for Rep. Mike Coffman

The Colorado race is seen by some as a bellwether for how the GOP should position itself on immigration.

Former Fattah Aide Pleads Guilty to Misusing Campaign Funds

Gregory Naylor admits to stealing federal grant funds and improperly steering campaign funds when he worked for the Philadelphia Democrat's 2007 mayoral bid. 

House GOP Nearing Compromise Plan on Terror Insurance

Many business interests are eager to have the TRIA program renewed, but conservatives want changes before they'll sign on.

Dick Durbin Has a Beef With Burger King

The Senate's No. 2 Democrat continues his campaign against corporate tax inversions, this time targeting the fast-food company's move to purchase Tim Horton's.

House Hires Lawyer for Obama Lawsuit

The Republicans announce their representation, but the venue for their suit remains unclear.

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Lawmakers Blast International Basketball's Ban on Turbans

An existing rule forces Sikhs to take off turbans or not play.

The Head-On Politics of Going Around Congress on Climate Change

The White House faces a collision with Republicans over a global pact that likely won't need Senate sign-off

Boehner Set to Raise Cash for Rep. Mike Coffman

The Colorado race is seen by some as a bellwether for how the GOP should position itself on immigration.

Former Fattah Aide Pleads Guilty to Misusing Campaign Funds

Gregory Naylor admits to stealing federal grant funds and improperly steering campaign funds when he worked for the Philadelphia Democrat's 2007 mayoral bid. 

House GOP Nearing Compromise Plan on Terror Insurance

Many business interests are eager to have the TRIA program renewed, but conservatives want changes before they'll sign on.

Dick Durbin Has a Beef With Burger King

The Senate's No. 2 Democrat continues his campaign against corporate tax inversions, this time targeting the fast-food company's move to purchase Tim Horton's.

House Hires Lawyer for Obama Lawsuit

The Republicans announce their representation, but the venue for their suit remains unclear.

Show More