Meet the 16 people closest to House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Dave Camp.
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With Vote for Trump, Indiana Spurns its Conservative Roots
If Ted Cruz was going to win anywhere, it was in the Hoosier State. Instead he got knocked out of the race.
How the GOP Blew It With Trump
The party made a series of miscalculations that let the improbable candidate become the presumptive nominee.
Why Big Business Broke With Social Conservatives Over LGBT Rights
High-profile companies have become the most powerful opponents of anti-LGBT legislation. And their onetime allies in the conservative coalition aren’t happy about it.
Frank Guinta’s Shrinking Path to Reelection
One less opponent is bad news for the embattled Republican from New Hampshire.
Smart Ideas: Snowden’s Latest Manifesto
Senator John Cornyn Profile
As Threats to the Grid Loom, the Catastrophe Lobby Gears Up
Congress wants to strengthen the grid against natural and man-made attacks.
Smart Ideas: A Nuclear-Powered Future, Driverless Trucks, and McRaven for Veep
Rep. Paul Tonko Profile
First Spending Bill Hits a Hurdle Over Iran Deal
The energy and water appropriations bill is stalled in the Senate over Tom Cotton’s amendment to bar U.S. purchases of Iran’s heavy water.
Will Mike Lee Try to Derail the Latest Deal on Flint Aid?
The long-stalled aid package finds a spot in a popular water resources bill.
Rep. John Shimkus Profile
Recovery Groups Use Recess to Lobby on Opioids Bill
A host of organizations are pushing for the House’s legislation to be more similar to what already passed the Senate.
Paul Ryan Has an Agenda for Republicans. Do They Want It?
House Republicans are crafting a policy plan that may not jibe with the vision of GOP front-runner Donald Trump—or his voters.
What Happens When Sanders Comes Back to Washington
With a strong following on the Left, Bernie Sanders could take on a more prominent role in the Senate—if he wants it.
Zika Funding Fight Hinges on Timing
The White House wants an emergency supplemental bill by Memorial Day. Republicans have different ideas.
SCOTUS Heard Oral Arguments in Patent Law Case that May Have Broad Industry Implications
Outlook: Sans Budget, the Appropriations Process Begins
Both chambers are moving forward on spending bills without waiting for a blueprint.
Daniel Newhauser and Alex Rogers
White House Cyber Review Under Fire
By keeping hacking details secret, FBI prompts questions about the system used for deciding whether flaws should be revealed.
Bull’s Eye: Fake Joe Biden’s WHCD After-Party, Plus a Cheetah
How Charter Got the Obama Administration to Back Its Megadeal
Online video remained at the center of the investigation by the FCC and the Justice Department.
Google and Microsoft End Bitter Lobbying War
The tech giants agreed not to complain to regulators about each other anymore.
Lobbying Clash Brews Over Encryption Bill
Law enforcement is rallying behind the Senate proposal, while tech warns it would empower hackers.
In Europe and the Middle East, Obama Will Get an Earful
On one of his last major foreign trips, the president is expected to get pushback from allies upset by his recent comments in The Atlantic.
George E. Condon Jr.