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Littwin: Now that Democrats can claim the high ground, what will...

Now that Al Franken has resigned, it is fair to note that while this was the right to thing to — and not just...

Wiretap: The tweaked Senate healthcare bill still has many more losers...

Republicans have tweaked their healthcare bill in order to win over skeptical senators. Let's just say it may not be working. Rand Paul and...

Wiretap: Trump Jr. reveals he met Russian lawyer seeking Clinton dirt;...

Once again Trump Jr. changes the story on his recently disclosed meeting with a Russian lawyer. He met her along with Jared Kushner and...

Littwin: Fourth of July, Donald Trump and pyrotechnophobia — an abiding...

It is the Fourth of July and Donald Trump is president of the United States. Think of it. Now, if you dare, think a...

Wiretap: Lindsey Graham doesn’t like U.S. nuclear deal with Iran (not...

Don't knock it The Washington Post's Dana Milbank reports on knee-jerk reactions to the Iran nuclear deal, beginning with Sen. Lindsey Graham calling it "a possible death sentence...

Cantor loss spotlights sticky immigration politics shaping Coffman-Romanoff race

The candidates have blasted each other as hypocritical, untrustworthy agents of reform. It's a charge that may be particularly damning for congressional candidates this year.

Senate warily eyes post-earmark era

In the lead-up to Tuesday’s vote by Senate Republicans to self-impose a two-year moratorium on earmark requests, Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) released a statement indicating his avowed, albeit somewhat conflicted, support for the idea.

New Yorker story details Senate breakdown on climate bill

The New Yorker published a blockbuster story this weekend detailing the many failures of the White House and the Senate to pass climate change...

Graham wiggles away from any near-term climate or energy bills

Well that just about does it for climate legislation. Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) tells CongressDaily (subscription. req’d) that he’ll vote against the climate bill...

LGBT groups gear up for today’s ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ repeal...

The Senate Armed Services Committee goes into room 222 of the Russell building today at 2:30 p.m. to mark up the fiscal 2011 defense authorization bill. Until members emerge at 9 p.m., it’s a black box of information for determining the contours of the half-trillion-dollar-plus piece of legislation, including the fate of Sen. Joe Lieberman’s (I-Conn.) amendment to repeal the military’s ban on open gay service, an amendment strongly supported by Colorado's Mark Udall. The coalition of LGBT-rights organizations pushing to secure passage in the committee and then later this week on the House floor are trying as hard as they can to lock down votes by mid-afternoon before the Senators gather behind closed doors.

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