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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...

Giffords's Gun-Control Group Plots Path Forward After Rough 2014 Debut

After few victories and a big controversy last year, Americans for Responsible Solutions is focusing on analytics to help it win future campaigns.

This Is What Immigration Limbo Looks Like

"We're asking them to put the documentations together," Rep. Luis Gutierrez told National Journal , "so when the program starts—boom!—we can get them in right away."

5 Things To Watch In SCOTUS' Obamacare Arguments

These questions will help determine who comes out ahead in the challenge to the Affordable Care Act's insurance subsidies.

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

The shutdown clock is ticking, again.

Rand Paul Won the CPAC Straw Poll. Don't Take That to Mean More.

The annual conservative conference has picked the Kentucky senator as the favorite. What does that mean for his future?

Republicans: We've Got No Plans to Oust Boehner

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

Democrats: Boehner Promised Us a Vote on a Clean DHS Bill Next Week

Deal or no deal, House leadership will be tested next week.

National Journal's (Highly Unscientific) CPAC Straw Poll

We asked 28 CPAC attendees who is coming out on top, and at bottom, of the conference. Here are the results.

Frenemies: The U.S. and Israel clash. Again.

When Benjamin Netanyahu first visited the White House as Israel's prime minister in 1996, things didn't get off to such a great start.

House Democrats Finally Figure Out How to Stick Together

The party avoided past splits and damaged the GOP in the process.

Obama's 'Privacy Bill of Rights' Gets Bashed from All Sides

The proposal aims to give consumers more control over their own information, but privacy advocates say it doesn't go far enough.

After DHS Vote, Democrats Publicly Bash One of Their Own

David Scott caught an earful after voting with the GOP on a short-term funding extension.

NSA Spying Wins Another Rubber Stamp

Mass surveillance will continue for now, but is set to expire on June 1—unless Congress acts.

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