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Dold and Schilling Congressional races regain top 10 status
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The Weekly Standard
And His Tribe Increaseth
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Wed Dec 11, 2013
AEI Chief Looks to Forge the 'New Right'
In August, Heritage Foundation President Jim DeMint was traveling through GOP-friendly districts, urging Congress to defund Obamacare.
Sen. Lamar Alexander's chief of staff being investigated for child pornography
In the emailed statement, Alexander said, "I was just informed by the United States Senate legal counsel's office that law enforcement agents are conducting a search of the personal residence of Ryan Loskarn, the chief of staff of my Washington, D.C., office regarding allegations involving child pornography.
Adam Prather to join The Hill as publisher
The Hill, publication of record for Washington policymakers and influencers, today announces that Adam Prather is to become its new publisher.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
Pam's House Blend
Cuts To Food Stamps Taking New Form, Eliminating Heating Subsidies Loophole
While Congress may be interested in blowing over $600 billion to subsidize defense contractors in fighting the non-existent Soviet Union, the food stamp program is facing the knife.
Vitter Wants Reid to Explain His Staff's Partial Obamacare Exemption
Vitter, front, has been seeking to force all lawmakers and staff to join the Obamacare exchanges without employer-provided contributions.
What I Wish I Knew Then: Jake Tapper
"Sometimes it's easier to get noticed when you're young by being meaner and crueler than anyone else.
The Huffington Post
Which Costs Employers More, Snow Or Insomnia?: CNBC
DECEMBER 10: Tourists look for the visitors' entrance to the U.S. Capitol as snow falls in the Washington area on Tuesday, Dec. 10, 2013.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
House GOP Women Fundraise For Florida Special Candidate
Peters is running against lobbyist David Jolly in the competitive primary for Florida's 13th District.
Wall Street Journal
Tech Giants Band Together for NSA Reform
Eight U.S. technology giants are making a joint appeal to reform government surveillance activities, following a stream of disclosures about actions by the National Security Agency.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
Senators Return for 2 Weeks That Could Last a Needless Eternity
Yellen is one of several nominees the Senate could act on before year's end - or not.
Roll Call: Capitol Hill Feels Pains of Obamacare Sign-Up Troubles. ...
Members of Congress who have gone along with the idea that they should get insurance through Obamacare's system of exchanges are getting a stronger dose of medicine than they bargained for.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Michael McCaul, Second-Richest Member Of Congress, Laments Obamacare Premiums
In light of November's open enrollment launch for members of Congress and designated staff, McCaul criticized President Barack Obama for breaking his health plan promises.
Second Republican Goes on the Air in Florida Special Election
State Rep. Kathleen Peters has joined lobbyist David Jolly on the airwaves for the Republican primary in the special election to succeed the late Rep. C.W. Bill Young, R-Fla.
John Cranford Retires from CQ Roll Call
John Cranford , a long time DC hand who has covered economics and politics for 30 years, is retiring from his job as editor of CQ Weekly , according to an internal memo from Roll Call editor David Rapp .
Gabby Giffords' New Gun Control PAC Takes Big Step Forward
Former Rep. Gabby Giffords has taken another step forward on her new political action committee dedicated to gun control.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Sorry, Mr. President: No iPhone for you
No iPhone for you, Mr. President. While business is moving for Apple on the other side of the world with its China Mobile deal, the man who lives at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. is a BlackBerry holdout.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Partying Within the Rules | K Street Files
This is how K Street gets ready for a holiday shindig in the age of the Capitol Hill party police.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Joe Grano, a One-of-a-Kind Washington Advocate
I'm going to miss Joe Grano's pitches. The Washington activist was a bare-knuckle brawler for varied causes, from historic preservation to D.C. citizens' representation, and he knew how to get his message across with panache.