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Early voting in midterm elections has already started in much of the country. And by this stage of a campaign estimated to cost $4 billion, how the votes are likely to fall is coming into focus. Republicans like what they see. Democrats don’t. So let’s take a look. President Barack Obama’s Democratic Party, which now …
Senator Tom Coburn’s “Wastebook” outlines the top “wasteful” federal projects that cost taxpayers billions of dollars.
FBI Director James Comey says Apple and Google’s new encryption technology may make it harder for investigators to do their jobs.
By now, voters in my home state of Kentucky are as sick of the 2014 midterm game as voters in other battleground states. But they can take pride in having candidates who know how to play. In the sole debate Monday night of their tightly fought Senate race, Alison Lundergan Grimes and Sen. Mitch McConnell …
Bernanke testified Thursday at the AIG bailout trial that he relied on the judgment of the N.Y. Federal Reserve Bank, which provided the initial commitments to AIG.
Former Treasury Secretary Hank Paulson took the stand to defend the government bailout of AIG in 2008.
John Harwood takes a look at the U.S. Senate race in Colorado where the economy is playing an increasingly bigger role for candidates.
DENVER—In about 30 days, President Barack Obama will discover how politically difficult his last two years in office will be—and he has good reason to worry. Democrats boast a set of experienced, battle-tested Senate candidates, strong turnout operations and social issues they are exploiting aggressively. They’ve been handed a valuable wild card in staunchly conservative Kansas, where …
President Barack Obama has arrived at the most improbable moment of his tenure. And it poses the most formidable test of his skills so far. After six years in the Oval Office, the anti-war candidate has become a war president. He never wanted to, and resisted until events in Syria forced his hand. But he remains the …
President Barack Obama addressed the United Nations General Assembly with a broad speech on Wednesday, condemning Russia’s actions in Ukraine, and pushing for global unity against threats such as Ebola and ISIS. “There is a pervasive unease in our world—a sense that the very forces that have brought us together have created new dangers, and made it difficult for …
Democratic and Republican lawmakers may be on the same page, with the U.S. House of Representatives voting on a bill to fund the government into the next fiscal year, beginning October 1. But there’s a lot more than keeping Washington’s lights on in this congressional resolution.
Members of the house and senate returned after a five-week summer recess and lawmakers have a lot on their plates, but will anything get done?
RALEIGH, N.C.—Every important element in the battle for control of the U.S. Senate comes into focus here in North Carolina. The race features a Democratic incumbent, Kay Hagan, whose party is counting on her winning a second term to hold its majority. Just like five of her Democratic Senate colleagues. It takes place in a state …
DES MOINES, Iowa—This crucial battleground in the Republican-Democrat fight for control of the U.S. Senate has scrambled terms of engagement in the politics of class. Democratic Bruce Braley makes his party’s familiar arguments against Republican Joni Ernst. He slams her for opposing a minimum wage increase, for entertaining the idea of privatization for Social Security, …
The U.S. treasury is taking steps to block U.S. companies from reorganizing overseas to avoid taxes. What power does the administration have over these tax inversions?