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Republican leadership has -- unwittingly, or not -- presented the Texan with a stark choice.
It's not often that declining to leave a lawmaker's office turns out well.
Women occupy many of the top positions in the House minority whip's office.
Lobbyists, lawyers and consulting firms cash in as the private sector's needs shift in a wired world.
The Missouri Republican says he isn't sorry for the comments about rape that doomed his campaign.
The days of the U.S. government turning a blind eye to offshore tax dodging are quickly fading.
The Texas governor and possible presidential hopeful calls the situation a "humanitarian crisis."
POLITICO Pro Report: It will put the House at a tactical advantage on how to fill a budget hole.
Neither side shows any sign of halting their heaviest fighting since an eight-day battle in 2012.
Opinion: The recent debate over sending U.S. oil abroad misses the point.
Opinion: The first rule in a crisis is to put on your boots and get out on the ground.
New testimony could clarify for the first time the events of Sept. 11, 2012 in Benghazi.
"There's a very simple question here. Congress needs to just pass the supplemental."
There is nearly universal support for going after what they see as Obama's executive overreach.
They worked the room with a few one-liners and displays of "bromance."
It's a rare victory for a gridlocked Congress fast turning its attention toward midterms.
Ex-superintendent violates the ethics code by using state resources to conduct political activity.
National Counter-Terrorism Center Director Matt Olsen will leave his post later this year.
The Reuters reporter beats out Fox News producer Wes Barret.
Lawmakers and women's health groups believe they have a powerful campaign weapon.