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Cantor's New Job Shows Lack of Transparency in Ethics Rules

Legislation from 2007 was supposed to shed light on lawmakers who were negotiating for post-Congress jobs. It hasn't happened.

How Eric Cantor Got a Job on Wall Street

The former House Republican has close ties to the investment industry.

Slow Going on Reforming Head Start

Head Start performance standards are changing the entrenched program...slowly.

Globe-Trotting Carrier Poses Threat to Workers, U.S. Airlines

Norwegian Air's request to operate in U.S. airports is riling airlines and unions alike.

Why a Government Shutdown Is So Unlikely

Despite comments from a few Republicans, party leaders have no interest in an electoral suicide mission. 

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

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Cantor's New Job Shows Lack of Transparency in Ethics Rules

Legislation from 2007 was supposed to shed light on lawmakers who were negotiating for post-Congress jobs. It hasn't happened.

How Eric Cantor Got a Job on Wall Street

The former House Republican has close ties to the investment industry.

Slow Going on Reforming Head Start

Head Start performance standards are changing the entrenched program...slowly.

Globe-Trotting Carrier Poses Threat to Workers, U.S. Airlines

Norwegian Air's request to operate in U.S. airports is riling airlines and unions alike.

Why a Government Shutdown Is So Unlikely

Despite comments from a few Republicans, party leaders have no interest in an electoral suicide mission. 

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

Show More