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Washington's Interest in Precision Drugs is Innovation, Not Cost

As House, Senate, and White House attention shifts toward biomedical innovation, the high cost of specialty drugs remains unaddressed.

Republicans Put Big-Time Medicare Overhaul On The Shelf

Partially privatizing Medicare has been a long-time Republican goal, but they hesitated in their first budget since taking control of Congress.

Louie Gohmert Gets Why Some Texans Are Worried About a Military Takeover

The Texas congressman is joining others in his state calling for the Pentagon to alter the Jade Helm 15 military exercises.

McConnell Moves to End Iran Debate

Majority leader wanted to "move quickly" after controversial amendments forced delay.

In Senate GOP's Iran Standoff, the Rebels Are Losing

Most Republicans are siding against Marco Rubio and Tom Cotton in their quest for tough amendment votes.

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.

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