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Months After Deadly Amtrak Crash, Safety Upgrades Stalled on the Hill

Northeastern senators frustrated they haven't been able to secure money for improvements.

Chuck Grassley's Closer Than Ever to Giving in on Mandatory-Minimum Reform

The Senate is close to unveiling a criminal-justice-reform bill. Sorting out mandatory minimums was always going to be the hardest part. 

Mark Meadows Tries to Boot Boehner From Speakership

The conservative lawmaker, angry at past punishment by leadership, has almost no chance to succeed.

Congress Punting Highway Fight Until October

The battle over transportation funding and the Export-Import Bank will have to wait for three months.

Benghazi Panel Republicans Postpone Hearing After Deal on State Department Documents

The committee had been planning to make John Kerry's top aide testify Wednesday.

Bernie Sanders Is a Loud, Stubborn Socialist. Republicans Like Him Anyway.

His achievements include the bipartisan VA reform bill: "Frankly, without him, I don't think we would have gotten it done."

Green Groups Split With Cantwell on Senate Energy Bill

Environmental groups say an array of provisions prevent them from backing the measure, touted as a bipartisan achievement.

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