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Congressional Tax Returns Could Tell Us a Lot

Dorothy Brown has proposed an idea to finally spur tax reform: examining the tax returns of all 535 members of Congress.

After Hours of Voting, the Republican Senate Passed a Budget. Now the Real Work Begins.

It took until nearly 4 AM, but the vote-a-rama is over. 

What Gets Senators Through Vote-a-rama? Calories, Coffee and Alcohol.

The budget will never become law. But on the bright side, there's lots of food, and it's Happy Hour somewhere.

Why Donna Edwards Can't Count on the Congressional Black Caucus

In her fast rise, Edwards has made enemies within the CBC and the Maryland delegation. That may hurt her Senate bid.

Aaron Schock Compares His Ethics Scandal to Abraham Lincoln’s 'Defeats'

The Illinois lawmaker delivered a farewell floor speech on Thursday.

Nancy Pelosi Is Celebrating Her Birthday With a 'Doc Fix' Vote. But She Really Wants a Pool Table.

The House minority leader said Thursday that she expects the bipartisan legislation to pass her chamber.

The Committee of Optimists

Tax reform is supposed to be dead. So why do the Finance panel's leaders think otherwise?

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