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Poll: Does Passing a Border Spending Bill Help Your Party?

Political Insiders from both sides of the aisle say it does—but for different reasons.

Poll: How Much Money Should Congress Approve for the Border Crisis?

Nearly 70 percent of Democratic Political Insiders call for the full $3.7 billion Obama requested.

A Capitalist Argument for Clean Energy

"It's not just a story about clean energy. It's a story about cheaper, cleaner energy, and that has much broader appeal." 

Boehner: House Will Vote to Avoid Shutdown in September

The speaker promises a short-term CR that would kick big spending decisions to the lame-duck.

How Can the U.S. Fix The Case Backlog of Black-Lung-Stricken Miners?

Congressional leaders and labor officials convened this week to address a broken federal compensation program for miners with the disease.

How Car Ownership Helps the Working Poor Get Ahead

Access to public transit helps, but it's not enough to connect some workers with economic opportunity.

Paul Ryan Offers a Way Forward for GOP on Poverty

The Republican's "discussion draft" could help the party navigate a tough issue in the midterm elections.

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Poll: Does Passing a Border Spending Bill Help Your Party?

Political Insiders from both sides of the aisle say it does—but for different reasons.

Poll: How Much Money Should Congress Approve for the Border Crisis?

Nearly 70 percent of Democratic Political Insiders call for the full $3.7 billion Obama requested.

Boehner: House Will Vote to Avoid Shutdown in September

The speaker promises a short-term CR that would kick big spending decisions to the lame-duck.

How Can the U.S. Fix The Case Backlog of Black-Lung-Stricken Miners?

Congressional leaders and labor officials convened this week to address a broken federal compensation program for miners with the disease.

How Car Ownership Helps the Working Poor Get Ahead

Access to public transit helps, but it's not enough to connect some workers with economic opportunity.

Paul Ryan Offers a Way Forward for GOP on Poverty

The Republican's "discussion draft" could help the party navigate a tough issue in the midterm elections.

Could You Live on $77 a Week?

Minimum-wage advocates begin their 'Live the Wage' challenge

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