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We all know money and politics have mixed and mingled for years. Now we have a 25-year view of the Top 25 campaign contributors to federal elections, thanks in part to research by Veronique de Rugy at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University.
Taxpayer money will no longer be used to pay for presidential political conventions if President Obama signs a bill that is headed for his desk.
A senior Democrat on Tuesday said he was "hopeful" the House would approve new voting rights legislation by the summer, despite the lack of an endorsement from the Republican leadership.
An influential cancer group is calling on Congress to fix Medicare's flawed physician payment system before an expected spike in demand for cancer treatment hits the U.S. healthcare system.
The measure was passed by unanimous voice vote at the request of Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky.
The Senate has passed Republican-backed legislation to repeal taxpayer funding for political conventions.
The House GOP leader made another civil-rights trip, and looks forward to how his party will reach out to more voters.
Senate Democrats may boost International Monetary Fund resources in an aid package they're preparing for Ukraine, potentially setting up a dispute with the U.S. House.
The California Republican's perch atop the headline-grabbing House Oversight and Government Reform Committee doesn't wrap up until the end of this year, but a high-profile group of Republicans is already jockeying to take his gavel.
An Arizona man joined dozens of advocates who "cast ballots" Thursday in what was billed as a mock election for immigration reform outside the Capitol office of House Majority Leader Eric Cantor.
Late Saturday night, Mike Dickinson, the Virginia Democrat seeking the House seat currently held by Rep. Eric Cantor, R-Va., issued a tweet threatening to make Cantor pay for Fox News, the Koch brothers and George Zimmernam in November.
Out of the 195 House-passed bills that are now stalled in the Senate, 31 were written by Democrats, and many have been awaiting Senate approval for close to a year.
Political junkies have become so accustomed to House Republicans' venomous hatred of environmental regulation that they could be forgiven for assuming that no environmental legislation would pass the House as long as the GOP controlled it.