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The Democratic leader wants to allow amendments to a major intelligence reform bill--a move that could quickly create chaos.
Technically, it's a fine, but it seems to have ruffled the feathers of Koch brothers-backed Americans for Prosperity, which is crying foul.
The previous majority leader, Eric Cantor, had discontinued the briefings in 2011.
The incoming minority leader is about to be in the worst position.
His job: Helping Democrats regain seats in 2016.
"So the question is whether the Republican leaders will be able to stand up to the radical forces within their own party," he says.
He says he's actively engaged with party donors and activists to assess whether he has a path to the nomination.
More than 100 different systems at State have shown consistently similar problems since September 2009, auditors say.
Lawmakers tell the president to use his "well-established" executive powers to improve the immigration system.
"Every single major promise used to sell the Affordable Care Act has turned out to be wrong," Rove says.
Support for the health care law continues to decline.
Donors and operatives indentify weaknesses in the party's 2014 plan.
It's impossible to understand how he'll run the Senate unless you know who's in his network.
The president and his aides consider life moving forward with a Republican-controlled Congress.
The former White House staffer will be the company's chief operating officer.
Ertharin Cousin, who leads the largest humanitarian organization in the world, talks about childhood inspirations.
We must face up to the depths of our losses and retool our message for 2016.
How the battle between the president and his joint chiefs chairman over Iraq recalls the early days of Vietnam.
Try as he might, there's just too much for Obama to fix in the next two years.
He has zeroed in on the Trans-Pacific Partnership.