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The Massachusetts incumbent loses to Iraq War veteran Seth Moulton.
He calls on Obama to back a vote in Congress on his military strategy before November.
Lawmakers are privately saying that the post-election work period will be completely uneventful.
He says that Republicans will match the White House's funding request for the crisis.
Nancy Pelosi is almost single handedly keeping House Democrats afloat.
Chad Taylor takes his case to the state Supreme Court after last week's decision.
"Lorne Michaels could be put in jail under this amendment," he says.
The business group launces a TV spot supporting the GOP Senate candidate in Iowa.
The judge rules that Fox News can't stop a media monitoring service from indexing its content.
Bloomberg has also hired ABC News veteran Tom Johnson and "Daily Show" producer Pat King.
The House approves a resolution that condemns the president, saying he broke the law.
Simon says: Shake off your slumber, slough off your fear.
The junior Texas senator says he wants to target executive actions on immigration this month.
Experts say there are real questions about how information regarding your personal health is stored.
POLITICO will partner with German conglomerate Axel Springer to create a European product.
She ignited an old feud between Arlington and D.C. by calling the small county a "soulless suburb."
Cassidy says Reid's attitude as majority leader is 'It goes if I say it does, if not it stops.'
The ex-CIA officer's lawyers press for a long-stalled trial to move ahead.
The president will deliver the speech from the White House and discuss "the threat posed by ISIL."
He steps down a day after a court-issued protection order to keep him away from his sister.