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Archived Since:March 7, 2008

Blog Post Archive

Caucus Click: Coburn’s Got a Gun

Senator Mitch McConnell gave Senator Tom Coburn a rifle at the Conservative Political Action Conference.

Clinton Ratchets Up Criticism of Putin and Backs Obama

Hillary Rodham Clinton continued to condemn Russian President Vladimir Putin a day after she compared his actions to those of Adolf Hitler in the 1930s.

Ad Attacks House Republicans on Immigration

An advocacy group backed by Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg is adopting a sharper tone in a new 60-second spot to urge Republicans to overhaul the immigration system.

Hundreds Face Arrest at Anti-Pipeline Protest

About 450 opponents of the Keystone XL pipeline, most of them college students, engaged in civil disobedience at the White House.

The Evolution of First Lady Media Strategy

Documents describe the first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton's cutting-edge media strategy, including AOL and "Home Improvement."

Live Updates: Digging Through the Clinton Documents

Key passages and analysis of thousands of pages of internal documents from Bill Clinton's White House.

8 Cities Vie for 2016 Republican Convention

Republicans announced a list of cities in the West and Midwest, including three in Ohio, in contention to host the official campaign kickoff.

In an Article, a Biden With an Eye on 2016, if Few Steps Taken

The vice president was livid when President Obama's former campaign manager publicly pledged his support for a Clinton presidential campaign, a new profile says.

Clinton Addresses a Key Constituency at the University of Miami

Hillary Rodham Clinton talked about foreign policy, the Affordable Care Act and the importance of the Millennial Generation during a talk Wednesday night at the University of Miami.

Rogen Tells Congress of Family’s Struggle With Alzheimer’s

The comic actor Seth Rogen testified before a Senate subcommittee in an effort to raise awareness of Alzheimer's disease and tell how it has affected his family.

Sunday Breakfast Menu, Feb. 23

As violence boiled over in Ukraine and President Viktor F. Yanukovych fled Kiev this week, lawmakers will weigh in on how President Obama's responding to the situation.

House Republicans in Texas Donate to Protect One of Their Own

Representative Ralph M. Hall is receiving donations from the campaign funds of his House colleagues ahead of a March primary.

Sunday Breakfast Menu, Feb. 16

The East Coast was blanketed by snow last week and California's record-setting drought persists. The Sunday shows will discuss the extreme weather and 2016 presidential prospects.

Pro-Clinton ‘Super PAC’ Sets Event for Donors

The leading Democratic "super PAC" will hold a briefing for potential donors this month, its first such event since reorganizing in January as a vehicle to help elect Hillary Rodham Clinton as president.

Conservative Group Takes Sides in Michigan G.O.P. Primary

Americans for Properity is taking sides against Representative Justin Amash.

Hastings Joins Roster of Retiring House Members

Representative Doc Hastings, Republican of Washington, announced that he would retire at the end of the year, joining a growing number of veterans heading for the congressional exits.

Clintons Introduce New Women’s Global Initiative

Chelsea Clinton moderated a discussion on women and girls with her mother Hillary Rodham Clinton and Melinda Gates at New York University.

Antisurveillance Campaign Adds Itself to Washington’s Datebook

On a busy Tuesday in the nation's capital, a concerted group of campaigners were trying to grab national political attention with "The Day We Fight Back."

With Christie Under Fire, Republican Governors Have Big Fund-Raising Month

The Republican Governors Association announced on Wednesday that it had set a January record for fund-raising, seeking to refute suggestions that Gov. Chris Christie's troubles have scared away the group's donors.

False Alarm Over Suspicious Substance at Wyden’s Senate Office

The Capitol Police said "all tests are negative" for the material, found in the Dirksen building offices of Senator Ron Wyden of Oregon.

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