Secret Service Chief Grilled For ‘Unacceptable’ White House Breach

Secret Service Chief Grilled For ‘Unacceptable’ White House Breach

Congress set aside partisan differences to hammer Secret Service Director Julia Pierson. ...

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Unemployment Insurance Is Not Reaching Those Who Need It

Unemployment Insurance Is Not Reaching Those Who Need It

The percentage of unemployed workers receiving unemployment insurance (UI) has reached its lowest point since 1987, according to the Economic Policy Institute. During the Great Re ...

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Ignored U.S. House Contests May Hold Surprises

Ignored U.S. House Contests May Hold Surprises

The public is forgetting one huge factor in the 2014 midterms. ...

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Mr. Boehner Is Off This Month

Mr. Boehner Is Off This Month

Speaker John Boehner adjourned for a midterm election recess just in time. ...

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Boehner: Congress Should Vote On IS Strikes In January

Boehner: Congress Should Vote On IS Strikes In January

Is Congress finally ready to step up to the plate? ...

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Here’s What You Need To Know For National Voter Registration Day

Here’s What You Need To Know For National Voter Registration Day

Tuesday is National Voter Registration Day, a concerted effort by volunteers, organizations, celebrities, and leaders across the country to register Americans to vote before impor ...

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Weekend Reader: ‘Deeply Divided: Racial Politics And Social Movements In Postwar America’

Weekend Reader: ‘Deeply Divided: Racial Politics And Social Movements In Postwar America’

After years of dysfunction, the state of American politics is clear: Washington, D.C. is broken, and the public is too divided to fix it. How did we reach this desperate point? Do ...

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Midterm Roundup: How Big Could The GOP Win?

Midterm Roundup: How Big Could The GOP Win?

Here are some interesting stories on the midterm campaigns that you may have missed on Friday, September 19: • Democrat Chad Taylor is officially off the ballot in Kansas, leaving ...

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Southern Republicans Bring More Polarization

Southern Republicans Bring More Polarization

Think Congress is bad now? It may be getting a lot worse. ...

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Republican Campaign Chairman Aspires To Historic Majority In Midterms

Republican Campaign Chairman Aspires To Historic Majority In Midterms

By Emily Cahn, CQ Roll Call WASHINGTON -- National Republican Congressional Committee Chairman Greg Walden called a 245-seat House majority an "aspirational" but "achievable" goal ...

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