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Congress

The Testing Debate Just Got Weirder

Without fanfare, House approves amendment to allow localities to create their own tests for accountability purposes.

Movement of Goods Needs Attention in Transportation Bill, Report Says

Our ability to function as a nation is inextricably tied to the ability to smoothly move goods through our borders and throughout the states.

The Cycle of Petulance in the U.S. and Israel

Nobody seems to be acting exclusively in the world's best interest.

Another Week, Another Shutdown Deadline

With the DHS clock still ticking, the House and Senate will also tackle EPA legislation, the Keystone veto, and Netanyahu's visit.

For GOP, Changing Washington Isn’t So Easy After All

The new crop of Republican members in the House and Senate were elected to do one thing: fundamentally transform Washington. On the trail, they pitched big ideas and promised m...

How John Boehner Is Setting Up a Crucial Week for His Leadership

The shutdown clock is ticking, again.

Republicans: We've Got No Plans to Oust Boehner

Reports of Speaker John Boehner's demise have been greatly exaggerated.

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