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Are Nazi War Criminals Allowed to Get Social Security Benefits?

Carolyn Maloney wants a federal investigation into the reported payments.

Do You Hate Driving? Your Numbers Are Growing

Vehicle miles traveled in the U.S. has dropped, and young people are most likely to opt for car alternatives.

If Everyone Wants Preschool, Why Isn’t It Growing?

New research shows preschool is popular with Republicans and Democrats alike, but enrollment has stalled.

Congress Prepares to Offer More Money for Ebola Fight

As they await a White House request, appropriators are beginning to get their ducks in a row.

What It Takes to Testify Before Congress

How congressional committees choose witnesses, expert and otherwise, to share their knowledge and offer their opinions on Capitol Hill.

This Is Not the Arkansas Mark Pryor Once Knew

The Democrat is banking on a strong family brand and retail skills. But his state has changed since his last tough race, and he's having a hard time adjusting.

Watchdog Groups: Give Ethics Office Power to Subpoena

Office of Congressional Ethics supporters say it's hampered by its inability to force witnesses to cooperate.

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Are Nazi War Criminals Allowed to Get Social Security Benefits?

Carolyn Maloney wants a federal investigation into the reported payments.

Do You Hate Driving? Your Numbers Are Growing

Vehicle miles traveled in the U.S. has dropped, and young people are most likely to opt for car alternatives.

If Everyone Wants Preschool, Why Isn’t It Growing?

New research shows preschool is popular with Republicans and Democrats alike, but enrollment has stalled.

Congress Prepares to Offer More Money for Ebola Fight

As they await a White House request, appropriators are beginning to get their ducks in a row.

This Is Not the Arkansas Mark Pryor Once Knew

The Democrat is banking on a strong family brand and retail skills. But his state has changed since his last tough race, and he's having a hard time adjusting.

Watchdog Groups: Give Ethics Office Power to Subpoena

Office of Congressional Ethics supporters say it's hampered by its inability to force witnesses to cooperate.

Michele Bachmann’s Farewell Tour: Don’t You Forget About Me

The retiring congresswoman is cementing her legacy as a harbinger of the tea party, and betting that the waning movement will find lasting success.

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