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Clinton takes hypocrisy to new depths

By Cal Thomas
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Supreme Court | Neither political party can lay claim to purity when it comes to hypocrisy, but Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton and her allies have taken…

Congress grills officials on Flint water crisis

By Evan Wilt
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Congress | Lawmakers are divided over who should take the blame for the Michigan town’s lead-tainted water supply

House decries ISIS violence as genocidal

By Evan Wilt
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ISIS | Lawmakers unanimously approve the designation, pressuring the White House to do the same

Getting Washington to work for you

By Evan Wilt
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Washington | Legislators offer practical tips and assistance for navigating the federal bureaucracy

Democrats battle Republicans over fetal-tissue probe

By Evan Wilt
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Congress | Tempers flare during a House hearing investigating the harvesting of baby body parts from abortions

Congress hears arguments in iPhone privacy debate

By Evan Wilt
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Congress | Lawmakers wrestle with the balance between national security and individual privacy

The Schumer-Biden test

By Cal Thomas
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Supreme Court | Everyone knows the meaning of the word “hypocrite” and no one can claim absolute constancy when it comes to living a life consistent with one’s stated…

Scalia’s death sparks perilous political fight

By J.C. Derrick
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Supreme Court | Battle over open Supreme Court seat could prove dangerous for Republicans come November

Hurricane Scalia hits Washington

By D.C. Innes
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Supreme Court | ‘Two branches of government hang in the balance’

Senate demands solutions for migrant children

By Evan Wilt
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Refugees | Frustration grows in Congress over the administration’s mishandling of unaccompanied minors who cross southern border

Terrorist financing in plain sight?


By J.C. Derrick
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Corruption | Congressional hearing examines scourge of trade-based money laundering

Task force: America needs prisons that work

By Evan Wilt
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Prison | WASHINGTON—A bipartisan congressional task force on Tuesday recommended reforms to reduce the federal prison population by 60,000 and save taxpayers more…

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