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In a major break with President Barack Obama and her own past record, Hillary Rodham Clinton said she doesnt support the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade pact.
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One Senate committee took action Wednesday to wield congressional power over the District of Columbias Metro system amid criticism over safety and service.
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Annual defense policy legislation was cleared by the Senate Wednesday and is headed to the White House by a veto-proof majority, though Democratic leaders have vowed to sustain the president's objection.
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In this weeks edition of Office Space, Sen. John Hoeven, R-N.D., walks Roll Call through his hunting expeditions, hockey bets and ice jam excursions.
No politician wants to be accused of jeopardizing jobs in his or her state.
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A leak to Roll Call about Sen. Larry E. Craig's 2007 guilty plea in a Minnesota airport bathroom sex sting should allow him to spend $197,533 in campaign funds on the legal fees to try to undo the plea, the former Idaho senators attorney argued in court Wednesday.
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Details of a congressional ethics case that has been referred to the Justice Department surfaced online Wednesday, exposing the nine lawmakers involved to fresh criticism.
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The Republican contest for president probably will boil down to a fight between a pragmatic conservative, such as former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush or Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, and either an uncompromising conservative, such as Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, or an outsider, like Ben Carson.
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Hill staffers who are District residents could see a new line on their tax forms if D.C.s proposed paid leave plan becomes law: a special tax for residents whose employers, such as the federal government, are not paying into D.C.s Family and Medical Leave Fund.
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Former Rep. John D. Dingell is in good spirits following a heart procedure, but will remain in the hospital and undergo a second procedure.
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Railroads have amped up pressure on Congress to extend a year-end deadline to install upgraded train safety technology by threatening to cut off service and the nations rail regulator isnt giving lawmakers an easy out by recommending a way to do so.
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Senators once again proved there may be room for bipartisanship when it comes to criminal justice issues, with one panel advancing a measure to ban the box in the federal government.
The leaders of the Senate Finance Committee are suggesting that Volkswagen, in cheating emissions tests, also committed a massive tax fraud.
Sharon Day rose through the ranks of GOP politics, starting as a precinct captain in her native Florida and eventually co-chairing the Republican National Committee.
A trio of the Senates Republican presidential candidates put their names on a letter also signed by a majority of the conference asking for a new inquiry into fetal tissue research.
New Jersey Democratic Sen. Cory Booker was arm-in-arm with the widow of a one-time political rival, Frank R. Lautenberg, Tuesday morning outside the Capitol.
Sen. Bernard Sanders, I-Vt., said Tuesday he is looking to engage with former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton on trade and financial issues at the upcoming Democratic presidential primary debate.
When it comes to veterans issues, a seemingly unlikely partnership is emerging in the Senate between Ohio Democrat Sherrod Brown and freshman Republican Thom Tillis of North Carolina.
Republicans in the House and Senate have succeeded in pushing bills to overhaul the nations energy laws through two committees, setting up potential floor votes in their drive to revamp energy policy for the first time since 2007.
Sen. Mark S. Kirk is in a dispute with Illinois Democrats one of whom is running to replace him over who has done more to prevent incidents such as the September 2014 fire at an air traffic control facility near Chicago.
With New Hampshire Gov. Maggie Hassans entrance into the Granite State Senate contest, the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee has secured nearly every top-tier recruit it sought for 2016 when Democrats will attempt to net the five seats necessary to regain control of the Senate.