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James Inhofe, Tax-Reform Skeptic

Key Republicans want to use a tax-code overhaul to pay for a highway bill, but Inhofe has his doubts.

Elizabeth Warren Welcomes Wall Street’s Hatred

At a conference at Harvard, the senator said she welcomes Wall Street's criticism of her, but punted on whether Hillary Clinton would effectively regulate the banks as president.

Congress to Obama: 529s Are Here to Stay

The Senate is readying legislation expanding the uses of tax-deferred college savings accounts.

Cuts to Transportation Funding Are on the Table

Budget resolution calls for 22 percent cut in federal money for roads and transit.

Outlook: Union Rules, Budget Endgame, and the Slow March to Fast-Track

While the House enjoys recess, the Senate will focus on Iran and a few other items.

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.

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