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The newspaper had a "groundbreaking" story, but the Las Vegas Sun got to publish it first.
Capitol Hill's minority parties are getting increasingly antsy about the emerging deal.
Sequestration's second year is projected to start in mid-January for the Pentagon.
Ripping the Federal Reserve and the role it plays has become something of a test for party loyalty.
Many of her most ardent defenders recognize she had no signal accomplishment during her tenure.
POLITICO chats with Fox News host Brian Kilmeade in our latest "Answer This" interview.
The experience is the same mixed bag on Capitol Hill as it is across the nation.
Merrill Newman says he's "delighted to be home."
Can savings from military pensions be part of the solution to avoid deeper cuts from defense?
To hear state Republican leaders tell it, this is no time to panic.
All five recipients have been playing music, dancing or singing since they were children.
The prime minister's cautious outlook comes a day after Obama's optimistic prognosis.
The erection of a Ten Commandments statue has opened the door for equal-access claims.
He discusses Reagan's rejection of sanctions against South Africa's regime.
The PAC, named Unite Virginia, is meant to help bring together Republicans across the state.
She says history would have played differently had Mandela not been a peaceful anti-apartheid leader.
The president praises the organization for its new trade agreement.
The Republican says that terrorism is spreading like "wildfire" throughout parts of the world.
He says he was "very surprised" by reactions to what he posted on Facebook.