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CQ Roll Call Feb. 11, 2016
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Politics

Quiz: Who Wore This Campaign Fashion Better?

Quiz: Who Wore This Campaign Fashion Better?

You can admit it. You’ve thought about candidate clothing choices.

House Approves Flint-EPA Bill

Spurred by the lead poisoning crisis in Flint, Mich., the House approved a bill requiring the Environmental Protection Agency to inform residents within 24 hours when tests show drinking water contaminated with lead.

Politics

New Hampshire Results Winnow Presidential Field

New Hampshire Results Winnow Presidential Field

Carly Fiorina and Chris Christie are out of the race.

Opinion

A Lecture on Sexism from Noted Feminist Bill Clinton

A Lecture on Sexism from Noted Feminist Bill Clinton

The Big Dog is woofing that Sanders supporters need to treat women better.

Politics

Redistricting Case Could Delay North Carolina's Primary

Redistricting Case Could Delay North Carolina's Primary
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A federal court ruling upending elections already underway.


Budget Day's Wintry Mix of Bluster and Rhetoric

“I don’t have any news to make today on that subject,” Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., said Tuesday, when asked about President Barack Obama latest spending blueprint that landed on Capitol Hill a few hours earlier. It was just one indication of the diminished public debate over the president’s budget.

Contempt Action in Sex Trafficking Probe Heads to Senate Floor

Feingold Gets Awkward Endorsement Announcement

In a not very literate way, teachers’ union announced their endorsement of former Sen. Russ Feingold, D-Wis., who is taking on Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., in a rematch of their 2010 race.

It's 'The Payne Report' — Radio From Rutgers

Rep. Donald M. Payne Jr., D-N.J., has launched a new radio show, created to find connections between hip-hop and government, and for his first show he welcomed Congressional Black Caucus chairman G.K. Butterfield, D-N.C., and discussed a range of political issues.

Crowded Presidential Race Could Strain Secret Service Budget

The Secret Service is always busy in election years, but the 2016 presidential race could pose a bigger challenge than usual for the agency in charge of guarding candidates vying for their party’s nomination. There are four under Secret Service protection already, and the pack could grow.

‘Homeland’ Producer Brings Animal Training Message to Hill

The Emmy award-winning executive producer of Showtime’s spy drama “Homeland,” Gideon Raff, wants to ban animals from taking part in military training, and he’s bringing his message to Capitol Hill, along with congressional allies and the animal rights group PETA.

Facing Afghanistan Vet Opponent, Roy Blunt Hit Over Draft Deferments

Updated: 3:17 p.m. | Democrats on Wednesday unveiled a new line of attack against Missouri Republican Sen. Roy Blunt, highlighting a report about the powerful Republican’s draft deferments during the Vietnam War.

Burr's 'Thing' Needs Repairs

Senator Richard Burr’s, R-N.C., beloved Volkswagen Thing faced some problems on Wednesday, with the North Carolina Republican tweeting a photo of three men pushing his car on the side of a road.

Take Five: Rep. Mike Coffman

See photos, follies, HOH Hits and Misses and more at Roll Call’s new video site.

Confectioners Association Spreads Valentine’s Day Sweets

The National Confectioners Association spent Wednesday walking around the Capitol and handing out candy to every member’s personal office.

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