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For Lack of Anything Better to Do, Congress Resumes Border Negotiations
Wheeling and dealing on border-security appropriations are pointless unless Trump gets involved or decides to take matters into his own hands.
Senate Republicans Push Back on Trump Plan to Cancel Spending
“It’s going nowhere,” said Lindsey Graham.
The Republican Civil War Might Be Coming to Mississippi in 2018
Senator Thad Cochran is rumored to be stepping down soon due to poor health. The race to replace him could get wild.
Turnout Will Win It for Moore or Jones, But GOP Will Have a Headache Either Way
In a strange campaign where the front-runner disappeared and the polls are all over the place, turnout patterns will matter most.
Alabama Senator Makes It Clear He Didn’t Vote for Roy Moore
‘When it got to the 14-year-old’s story, that was enough for me.’
The Fight Over Roy Moore Is Beginning to Divide the Alabama GOP
Even as high-ranking state GOP office-holders refuse to come to Moore’s defense, the state party chair is threatening loss of ballot access.
Eight Lawmakers Who Voted Against MLK Day
Most people know about John McCain. What about Chuck Grassley?
Thousands of BP Claims Are Fraudulent, Says Claims Facility
And no one’s happy with how slow claims are being processed, either.
Senate Passes Financial-Overhaul Bill
The president is expected to sign it this week.
Taking It Easy on Toyota
Who was really on the stand at yesterday’s hearing?
Richard Shelby Releases His Stranglehold on the Federal Government
For the most part, at least.
We Give Senator Richard Shelby’s Blanket Hold on Federal Nominees the Catchy Name It Requires
If the Cotton State Cockblock makes it into textbooks, we’ll die happy.