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We Don't Know How Secure Our Border Is

As the House prepares to push through a bill to make the border stronger, we don't know where we stand today.

What Do Americans Hate More: Their Internet Providers or Their Government?

Customer satisfaction with the federal government is declining, according to a new survey.

The Rise of Dark Money and the Koch Party

It's time for 21st-century campaign finance reform: No limits, instant disclosure.

How Big Is the GOP Presidential Field? Bob Ehrlich Is Preparing to Run

The former Maryland governor is making trips to the early-voting GOP primary states, and discussing how to fund a campaign.

How Chris Christie Learned to Get Tough on Storms

The New Jersey governor learned an important lesson during his first full winter in office.

Pursuit of Trivia: The 2016 Farce

Republicans pander and lie while Hillary Clinton is lost in the weeds.

Rand Paul Stands Apart in His Pitch for Koch Brothers Cash

The Kentucky Republican broke with Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio in one of the first 2016 forums Sunday night.

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