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How Cap and Trade Works

Congress is considering a complex proposal called cap and trade to regulate greenhouse gas emissions. But how does it actually work?

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Craig Newmark on Newspapers, Sex Ads and Craigslist's Legacy

Craigslist founder Craig Newmark says his site is not responsible for the death of newspapers and discusses the flap over Craigslist's handling of sex ads. 2nd of a 3-part interview.

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Craigslist Founder on Transparency, Open Gov.

Craigslist founder Craig Newmark is a staunch advocate of transparency and free access to information. He tells D.C. Decoder host Craig Crawford how social media and the Internet will make government more transparent.

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K Street’s Health Czar

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Craigslist Founder on How to be a Better Online Activist

Craigslist founder Craig Newmark gives some tips on how to be a better online activist. Look for the full interview between Newmark and veteran Washington journalist Craig Crawford next week on Congress.org.

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Kentucky Senate Primary Derby Enters Home Stretch

Sen. Jim Bunning (R-Ky.) is retiring and there are competitive Democratic and Republican primaries on May 18 to decide the nominees for the November race to succeed him. Roll Call reporter John McArdle and photographer Tom Williams traveled to the Bluegrass state to get a sense of where the races stand.

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Supreme Fight

In this episode of 'D.C. Decoder,' veteran Washington journalist Craig Crawford tells you what to look for in the upcoming Supreme Court nomination battle.

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Ex-Blue Dogs Start Fiscal Policy Nonprofit

Six former Blue Dog Coalition members and aides are banding together to form the Blue Dog Research Forum. In August, Roll Call sat down with two of the ex-Blue Dogs, former Rep. Charlie Stenholm (D-Texas) of Olsson Frank & Weeda and former Rep. Bud Cramer (D-Ala.) of Wexler & Walker Public Policy Associates, to talk about their new venture.

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A Conversation with C-SPAN CEO Brian Lamb

In this week's episode of D.C. Decoder, veteran Washington journalist Craig Crawford interviews C-SPAN founder and CEO Brian Lamb about C-SPAN's new online video archive, as well as why C-SPAN never screen its talk show callers.

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Around the Hill: A Day Among the Cherry Blossoms

Each spring the nation's capital explodes in the vibrant white and pink hues of the cherry blossom trees. While the main attraction is the Tidal Basin and the hundreds of trees that ring it, many visitors are pleasantly surprised to find an assortment of blossoms decorating the Capitol grounds. Roll Call videojournalist Andrew Satter captured the beauty of the blossoms around the Capitol, starting in Upper Senate Park and making his way around the front of the building to the House side. For more information on the National Cherry Blossom Festival, go to http://nationalcherryblossomfestival.org.

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C-SPAN's Brian Lamb On Offensive Callers

C-SPAN CEO Brian Lamb talks about offensive C-SPAN callers. Excerpted from a recent interview with Congress.org's Craig Crawford.

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Office Space: Rep. Braley Plays Ball

In this episode of Office Space, Roll Call's occasional look at Members' office digs, Iowa Rep. Bruce Braley shows off his favorite items from his home district.

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Play of the Week: Kucinich at the Bat

In this week's episode of D.C. Decoder, veteran Washington journalist Craig Crawford examines how political bosses cajole their rank and file into supporting their causes.

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Taste Test: Best Burgers on the Hill

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Office Space: Lions and Buffaloes and Bears, Oh My

In this episode of Office Space, Roll Call's occasional look at Members' office digs, Georgia Rep. Paul Broun shows off his hunting mounts.

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Decoding Bipartisianship

In this episode of 'D.C. Decoder,' veteran Washington reporter Craig Crawford explains why bipartisanship is so hard to come by on Capitol Hill.

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Around the Hill: Scenes From D.C.'s Epic Snowstorm

A massive snowstorm pelted the Washington, D.C., region on Feb. 5-6, 2010, dumping as much as 30 inches of snow in some locations. With most of the roads undrivable, pedestrians ruled the town, often walking in the middle of major thoroughfares. Hundreds of giddy Washingtonians gathered in Dupont Circle for an epic snowball fight, and tourists and locals alike braved the elements to get a glimpse of the whitewashed Capitol Dome. The following video essay provides a glimpse of one of the biggest blizzards ever to hit the nation's capital.

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Decoding the Budget

In this episode of 'D.C. Decoder,' veteran Washington reporter Craig Crawford explains why some pretty big things in the president's annual budget usually don't come to pass. (Video by Andrew Satter)

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Behind the Scenes: 2011 Budget Released

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