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Who'll be on the list of November's surprise victors?
The GOP Conference chairwoman is expected to raise $500,000 for congressional hopefuls.
Opinion: The U.S. tax code is a broken, dysfunctional mess.
Reps. Cynthia Lummis, Louie Gohmert, Bill Flores and Mick Mulvaney will all appear on the ballot.
The party looks like it will quickly agree to some of President Barack Obama's biggest demands.
The lobbyist was long known on K Street as having an unparalleled reputation.
The board orders CNN to rehire 100 workers and compensate another 200 over a 2003 dispute.
The Paycheck Fairness Act fell short 52-40, failing to clear a 60-vote procedural vote hurdle.
The child care overhaul for low-income families will likely become law before the end of the year.
"For God's sake, he talks like the emperor, Napoleon," the conservative columnist says.
The young conservative superstar will now be a paid contributor on the network.
Debo Adegbile's nomination runs aground over his representation of a convicted cop killer.
Mitch McConnell has yet to hammer Grimes on this issue in his paid advertising.
She says she couldn't tell a male colleague "to go f--- himself" for sexist comments.
The University of Chicago is widely seen as the most likely choice in the Windy City.
His Georgia opponent, Michelle Nunn, used to run the Bush-linked Points of Light Foundation.
Danielle Jones and Miki King are named executive vice presidents.
The National Center for Science Education points to "deeply concerning" sections in texts.
The retiring Iowa senator says the 2008 results weren't an indictment of her.
The legislation will require the president to send a progress report every 90 days.