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Nuclear Waste Hard To Handle For GOP Candidates

Two early voting states are on opposite ends of the Yucca Mountain divide.

Chuck Schumer Wants Kay Hagan Back

Democrats think they can reclaim North Carolina's Senate seat if their 2014 loser is willing to try again.  

Police Detonate Pressure Cooker Near Capitol

An apparent food vendor is arrested for driving on a revoked license.

NSA Starts to Shut Down Mass-Spying Program

Republicans said the White House was being "disingenuous" by threatening to shutter the surveillance program. "That process has begun," an official said.

Ben Carson Wins Oklahoma Straw Poll

Could a strong showing at the Southern Republican Leadership Conference make it harder to keep him off the debate stage?

McConnell's Patriot Act Plot Veers Off Script

The majority leader wanted to block the USA Freedom Act and extend the Patriot Act. Now the bill he fought so hard to preserve is in danger of expiring.

Senators Accuse Rand Paul of 'Grandstanding,' Fundraising Over NSA

The presidential hopeful drew some harsh words from his fellow Republicans over the course of a marathon session.

How the Senate Fell Apart and Failed to Deal With the Patriot Act

The Senate leaves for vacation with unfinished business on NSA surveillance.

Oklahoma GOP Wants Chairman Out for Protecting Official Guilty of Domestic Abuse

The chairman demoted the guilty official to political director, but state Republicans say that's not enough. Now they want both men gone.  

Senate Votes to Give Obama 'Fast-Track' Power and a Hard-Fought Win

Trade Promotion Authority passes after a combined lobbying effort by Republicans and the White House. But passage in the House may be even tougher.

With Just Hours to Go, These Senate Conservatives Are Still Undecided on the Patriot Act

When it comes to renewing Section 215, Mitch McConnell's got a lot of members still undecided.

White House: Mitch McConnell Is Being 'Grossly Irresponsible' With Patriot Act Deadline

White House press secretary Josh Earnest again pushed the Senate to vote on a House-passed NSA-reform bill Friday.

Hillary Clinton Is ‘Glad’ About Benghazi Emails Getting Released

But the newly public emails were far from Clinton's top priority Friday.

Here Are All the Clinton Benghazi Emails the State Department Released

Struggling with the State Department site? Here are all of the newly released emails.

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