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Parties united to pass legislation that directs $126M over 10 years to pediatric research.
Alexander Bolton 03/11/14 08:33 PM EDT
Obama is caught in the middle of a bitter feud between the CIA and Democratic allies.
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Veteran politicians admit the atmosphere on the Hill is worse than ever before.
White House hopefuls in both parties are aggressively tackling the Russia-Ukraine crisis
Senate Foreign Relations Committee is set to vote on an aid bill for Ukraine on Wednesday.
He's challenging GOP establishment candidate Tillis in the primary.
Obama is coming under increasing pressure to slow deportations of illegal immigrants.
Reid accused the GOP mega donors of violating the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.
He urged the president to “take additional administrative actions to keep families together.”
Conservative critics say Iowa's governor wants to get rid of the Iowa Straw Poll.
There’s a Ron Wyden shortage on K Street.
The move will avoid cancellation wave before Election Day.
Political experts say barring ex-felons from voting impacts African Americans disproportionately.
President Obama’s new defense budget is getting a rough reception on Capitol Hill.
Democrats who rode high on Obama-mania are now seeking to change the subject.
Conservative activists are cheering the senator for filibustering a debt-ceiling increase.
McConnell has a message for his conservative critics.
Democrats are publicly prodding the agency instead of lobbying them directly.
Sen. Paul called it the largest class-action suit ever filed on behalf of the Bill of Rights.
In political panic, parties shelving tough stuff early.
Their agenda for the next few weeks will be tailor-made toward female voters.
Conservatives offered a vision of a nation without ObamaCare.
Sen. Rubio unveiled a series of education reform proposals.
Labor and liberals have pressed Reid for additional changes to Senate rules.
The Democratic leader says Speaker Boehner is caving to the Tea Party wing of his caucus.
Politics was at the forefront of GOP senators’ minds at their annual retreat.
The front-runner to face Sen. Kay Hagan (D-N.C.) has been ducking the GOP base.
McConnell cited “irresolvable” differences between the Senate and House.
"I’m against fast track,” Reid said of Obama's proposal.
Rubio says reform without pathway to citizenship is better than status quo.
Republicans are taking Obama to court over his use of executive power.
“I understand the speech isn’t going to be very long,” he said.
Cruz said Putin has out-maneuvered Obama on the global stage.
Lobbyists are seeing dollar signs with the return of “regular order” to Capitol Hill.
The senators are making education reform their next big policy focus.
The move comes despite intense lobbying by outside groups targeting Republicans.
Business groups are breathing easy despite the approaching deadline.
Veterans groups want to reverse a $6 billion reduction.
Schumer will argue Tea Party donors and members have conflicting views.
John Podesta’s fingerprints are all over the agenda just three weeks into his tenure.
Republicans have a new spring in their step as they try to recapture Senate.
Conservative political action committee plans to launch campaign slamming Senate GOP leader.