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Congress

Menendez Will Give Up Foreign Relations Post

The senator's decision—which he hopes will be temporary—will deprive Democrats of a key hawkish voice on foreign policy issues amidst multiple crises abroad.

Robert Menendez Just Became the 12th U.S. Senator in History to Be Indicted

Here's what happened to the other 11.

Schumer-Durbin Rift Could Bring New Blood to Leadership

Change is definitely coming in the Senate Democratic ranks. Just how much will depend on whether Durbin can keep his job as whip.

Free-Trade Democrats Face Campaign Pressure

Unions and liberal groups are withholding cash and threatening primary challenges against members who back trade deals.

Can Ted Kennedy’s Memory Save the Senate?

Republicans and Democrats joined together to dedicate the Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the United States Senate.

Rep. Tammy Duckworth Is Running for the Senate

The House member from Illinois announced on Monday her campaign for the upper chamber in 2016.

Is Common Core Working? Early Report Gives Very Qualified 'Yes'

States that aggressively adopted Common Core showed slight upticks in math and reading. 

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