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House Postpones Recess After GOP Revolt Nixes Border Vote
GOP leaders abruptly canceled a scheduled vote on a $659 million funding bill for the border crisis after failing to secure enough votes to pass it.
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GOP Hopeful Goes Homeless to Highlight Poverty
California’s GOP nominee for governor says he went homeless for one week and could not find a job in an effort to discredit claims that the state has seen an economic comeback.
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Obamacare Challengers Urge Quick Supreme Court Review
Two federal courts reached opposite conclusions on that issue last week.
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CIA Boss Apologizes for Hacking Senate Computers
CIA Director John Brennan has privately apologized to Senate intelligence committee leaders now that the spy agency's inspector general has found that its employees did act improperly when searching Senate computers earlier this year.
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Christie Says he will be in New Hampshire 'Often'
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie returned to the early presidential primary state of New Hampshire on Thursday.
Obama: The House Republicans 'Voted To Sue Me'
Speaking at a White House event, President Obama talks about the House Republicans vote to sue him.
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High Road: Congress Debates Dangers of Driving Stoned
As states continue to relax marijuana laws, Congress on Thursday turned its attention to the tricky question of how to handle “drug driving.”
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Traffic Jam: Highway Funding Bill Still in Limbo
he House has voted, 272-150, to disagree with the Senate's version of a major highway funding bill.
Cantor: 'I Have Truly Lived the American Dream'
Eric Cantor says goodbye to his colleagues on the House floor.
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