Rep. Thomas Massie doubled down on his bizarre attempt to question John Kerry's education.
Sarah Isgur Flores was the leading spokeswoman at the Justice Department under former Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
As a Senate aide in 2005, Andrew Wheeler went after state air pollution regulators for opposing his boss's bill.
Once almost exclusively found in major cities, a new crop of syringe exchanges has emerged in far-flung locations across
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The proposal would allow more states to toll interstate highways.
States say earmarks unclog the wheels of government. But what about wasteful spending?
How could you not be shocked?
Republican women candidates are fighting for a voice.
The predominance of corporate interests underscores the ongoing tension between the party's centrist and progressive wings.
Christians crying out against a single issue compromise the greater picture of Christianity as a whole.
Trump said the memo must be "heavily redacted" before it could be released.
The extra help unemployed people got during the Great Recession has emboldened states to mistreat them.
A thousand dollars is a lot to a regular person, a small amount in the grand scheme of tax reform.
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And Sen. Rand Paul's role in delaying it all.
He has members of his own party to thank.
They are not collateral damage of the administration. They are among its chief architects.
"The Democrats just sat there."
Fifty-five percent of all junk news traffic on Twitter can be linked to Trump supporters, researchers said.
Or so his critics keep hoping.