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America's First Political Cartoons

A look back at some of the illustrations that graced the pages of Puck  magazine, America's first humor magazine that satirized political and social issues of the day.

The Ultimate Washington Wonk Quiz: May 22nd Edition

Each week, Josh Kraushaar and National Journal 's politics team will try to stump you with a selection of absurdly esoteric political trivia, from the week in Washington and b...

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A Few Bits of Information to Remember When Election Time Rolls Around Again

A few bits of information to remember when election time rolls around again.

How the New Republican Debate Criteria Will Change the Way Candidates Campaign

It shakes up the tactics for 2016 contenders on the polling fringe.

Can a Democrat Be Too Pro-Coal for West Virginia?

In 2016, one West Virginia Democrat may have an unusual problem: a service record in the coal industry so long that even Republicans are picking it apart.

Barack Obama is Going to Synagogue

The president will discuss the Iran talks and more at his visit to Washington's Adas Israel Congregation.  

What's Next in the House Benghazi Committee's Hillary Clinton Investigation

More emails and documents are on the way from the State Department, but the main event—a hearing starring Clinton herself—hasn't been scheduled yet.

Democrats' Vanishing Future

Hillary Clinton's not the only Democratic comeback candidate on the 2016 ticket. Senate Democrats are betting on the past to rebuild their party for the future.

Pelosi, Hoyer Keep Fragile Peace on Trade

House Democrats have so far avoided the intraparty fights that have hit the Senate and White House. But that may change soon.

Obama Admin: Senate Needs to Pass NSA Reform Now to Avoid National Security 'Uncertainty'

With the House out for Memorial Day, it's up to the Senate to handle the coming expiration of key provisions of the Patriot Act.

CIA Shuts Down Climate Research Program

Amid spotlight on security threat from climate change, intelligence community ends scientific collaboration.

Senate Intelligence Chairman Presents His Last-Ditch Plan to Keep NSA Bulk Data Collection From Lapsing

Sen. Richard Burr has a plan to save the NSA's call data program, but he hasn't talked to Democrats.

What Would Happen if Patriot Act Section 215 Expires

The Capitol Hill Patriot Act standoff continues, and absent a deal, the controversial spying program revealed by former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden will ...

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