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Congress Might Get Back Into the Energy Business

Murkowski tells the oil industry about plans to move energy legislation, pointing to recent bipartisan successes

Forget Bullet Trains, Amtrak Needs a New Bridge

With the Northeast Corridor in disrepair, the focus is on the present rather than the future.

Transportation Leaders Will Only Tolerate Short Highway Extension

Calls for a long-term surface transportation bill are reaching a fever pitch. It's unclear whether Congress can deliver.

Poverty Issues Lurk in Senate Education Debate

Legislation to rewrite No Child Left Behind, however it turns out, will have a magnified impact on poor schools.

Mitch McConnell's 2016 Juggling Act

The Senate's unruly enough. Now add the presidential aspirations of Rand Paul, Ted Cruz, and Marco Rubio.

Outlook: Senators See Progress on Trafficking Bill, Lynch Nomination

Members say they're making progress—and that this week could be different.

Key Pro-Lynch Republicans Reject Reid's Maneuver

Graham and Flake say they won't break with McConnell as attorney general nominee continues to wait.

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