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One Last Hurrah for Joe Biden?

The news that Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. is giving serious consideration to running for president spread like wildfire over the weekend.

Joe Baldacci Complicates Cain's Challenge to Poliquin in Maine

New Englandís only Tossup election got a little more complicated last week, when Maineís Joe Baldacci, the brother of former Gov. John Baldacci, filed to run as a Democrat in the 2nd District.

Second Hill Langar Raises Awareness About Sikh Faith

For the second time on Capitol Hill, staffers, lawmakers and citizens gathered in the Rayburn foyer, removed their shoes, donned orange head scarves and participated in a centuries-old Sikh tradition.

Fattah Could Have Avoided Some Trouble Through Possible Student Loan Repayment

Rep. Chaka Fattah, D-Pa., was one of five members present in July 2002, when the House Administration Committee made the Student Loan Repayment Program a reality for the House of Representatives.

Take Five: Rep. Bruce Westerman

Itís time again for Take Five, when HOH talks with a member of Congress about topics relatively unrelated to legislative work.

Want to Improve the Health of Millions of Americans? Lift the Embargo on Cuba | Commentary

By Peter Bourne

Cruz Ready for Next Debt Limit Debate

Remember what happened the last time Congress acted to raise the debt limit?

Watch Live: Senate Hearing on Federal Prison System

The Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee holds an oversight hearing on the federal prison system. Department of Justice officials and Piper Kerman, author of ďOrange is the New Black: My Year in a Womenís Prison,Ē are among the witnesses expected to testify.

NLRB Finds Retaliation After Capitol Food Worker Strike

The National Labor Relations Board has found that the Capitolís food-service vendor likely violated labor laws when supervisors retaliated against workers who went on strike.

Hatch Calls ADA One of His Most Important Achievements

Lawmakers across the political spectrum have celebrated the 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act over the past week ó none more than Sen. Orrin G. Hatch.

What's McConnell's Next Move on the EPA's Clean Power Plan? (Updated)

Updated 2:55 p.m. | The Obama administrationís final Clean Power Plan unveiled Monday sets aggressive goals for reducing carbon pollution ó but the first challenge on the road to implementation will be working around Republican opposition on Capitol Hill.

John Oliver Takes on D.C. Statehood

In Stephen Colbertís absence, it appears another late-night host has taken up the mantle for D.C. statehood.

Norton Looks to Extend Workplace Protection to Congress' Staff

Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton, D-D.C., announced Friday she plans to introduce legislation to extend workplace protections and civil rights laws to congressional employees.

Fill the Hours on GOP Debate Night

In the time it took to type these words, another 12 jillion Republicans announced their candidacies for the 2016 presidential race.

In Senate Race, Alan Grayson Could Be Own Worst Enemy

In his bid for Senate in Florida, the biggest thing standing in Democratic Rep. Alan Graysonís way is . . . Alan Grayson.

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