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Congress

The Ex-Im Bank Is About to Expire. Can It Be Revived?

Backers are pinning their hopes on a vote in the Senate, but it's unclear whether House GOP leaders ever will put a reauthorization on the floor.

House Democrats Have a Sophomore Problem

The class of 2012 includes many of the party's rising stars. But it also includes a host of members who may not stick around long.

Education Fights to Take Center Stage

The House and Senate will take up new versions of the controversial No Child Left Behind law in July.

This Is the Bill Same-Sex Marriage Foes Want Congress to Pass Now

The First Amendment Defense Act would protect gay marriage opponents from discrimination for their beliefs.

What Republicans Would Give Up to Continue Their Obamacare-Repeal Crusade

The party appears ready to use a technique that would put a repeal bill on Obama's desk, but some are fretting over what it will cost them.

Democrats Mend Fences After Bloody Trade Fight

Liberal lawmakers were unhappy with Obama, but they don't expect the bad feelings to linger.

Ted Cruz Calls Supreme Court Justices 'Robed Houdinis' Over Obamacare Decision

The senator on Thursday vehemently criticized the Court's ruling in favor of the health care law.

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