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The two Democrats have a war of words over the former House majority leader's move to Wall Street.
"I love the billboard," Dowd told The Daily Beast on Wednesday.
A representative for the radio host accuses the committee of intentionally lying.
Opinion: Even as we pause on Ukraine (for now), no one knows what the Russian leader really wants.
The former "Meet the Press" host said it's hard to fight the narrative the Washington media set.
Rubio outlines his own interventionist foreign policy views and a plan to modernize the military.
Our Bad Media's latest report focuses on 12 instances of perceived plagiarism at CNN.
Rep. Trey Gowdy seems to have no intention of turning things into a political sideshow.
X Games medalist Cory Davis accuses the senator in the ad of "pretending to ride" a snow machine.
A report about an agency turf battle made his "head explode," James Comey says.
Obama's been breaking some records over the last year - but it's nothing to write home about.
His comments follow remarks from Martin Dempsey.
A guide for elected officials details the do's and don'ts of using the social media site.
The currently cap to payments to whistleblowers is $1.6 million.
Dozens of war weary Republicans and Democrats are expected to oppose the measure.
They can come together for one thing: Cheering on the Washington Nationals in the MLB post-season.
His use of the word was called out as promoting an anti-Semitic stereotype.
Haider al-Abadi says foreign boots on the ground are "out of the question."
Members and aides say there is little chance of action before the November elections.