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The administration opts to send two openly gay athletes in its stead to the Winter Olympics.
"I think we need a good, public debate on this," the Senate majority leader says.
A DOJ lawyer will help lawmakers understand legal views but won't share formal opinions.
He potentially foreshadows a grueling fiscal fight.
The former secretary of state weighs in on the budget deal's cuts to unemployment insurance.
According to a letter, there weren't enough votes to determine whether it had broken the law.
He says Obama's priority "is the economic health of the middle class" and further economic growth.
Frank Wolf, Jim Matheson and Tom Latham decide they won't seek reelection.
Olson's statement says his children need his "full attention" during the "transition" in his life.
The Kentucky Republican wants a vote on his "Audit the Fed" bill.
Opinion: Conservatives will keep fighting to hold the line on spending, even if some Republicans won't.
He releases examples of "egregious federal spending."
Kurt DelBene will succeed Jeff Zients.
The survey puts Crist ahead of his successor 49 percent to 45 percent among likely voters.
He comments during testimony about navigators who are helping Texans access insurance coverage.
Final passage is virtually guaranteed after the chamber votes to cut off debate on the bill.
On NSA, Klayman's organization beats a slew of better known civil liberties groups to the punch.
The conservative radio host says she almost feels sorry for the press secretary.
He says it's up to the party to reach out to people about how the GOP ideology can help them.
Boston Marathon bombings and the government shutdown top the annual Zeitgeist report.