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  • A 'do-nothing Congress' for the record books?

    A 'do-nothing Congress' for the record books?
    WASHINGTON — By the numbers, this Congress is on track to make the infamous "do-nothing Congress" of the late 1940s look downright prolific. Before the Senate adjourned Friday for an extended holiday break, the two bodies of the 113th Congress...
  • 2014 forecast for D.C.: Still stormy

    2014 forecast for D.C.: Still stormy
    "Congress is finishing this year less popular than a cockroach," Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) said the other day. The reason, he charged, was simple: "mindless, knee-jerk obstruction from Republicans." Sen. Bob Corker (R-Tenn.) sees things...
  • Race for California tax board gets unusually personal

    Race for California tax board gets unusually personal
    SACRAMENTO — Contests for seats on the state tax board are typically low-profile affairs, but a battle between two lawmakers for one of the posts is shaping up as an ugly fight. Assemblywoman Diane Harkey (R-Dana Point) and state Sen. Mark...
  • A Beltway pundit's cloudy crystal ball

    A Beltway pundit's cloudy crystal ball
    To err is human. To err twice a week, you have to be a columnist. In 2012, I cemented my reputation as a pundit by making some notable blunders — predicting, for example, that the presidential election would be too close to call. The race was...
  • Cross-state presidential rivalries building for 2016

    Cross-state presidential rivalries building for 2016
    Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker and Rep. Paul D. Ryan are friends and political allies, one helping the other in 2012 when Walker faced a recall attempt and Ryan ran for vice president on the Republican ticket. But when it comes to winning the White House,...
  • In Ohio, Obamacare fight renewed as GOP governor and activists tussle

    In Ohio, Obamacare fight renewed as GOP governor and activists tussle
    It is the center of the political universe in presidential contests. And now the war over the nation’s new healthcare program has come to Ohio as well, with potential repercussions for the short- and long-term future of the state’s governor,...
  • Is Obama's call for immigration reform really helpful?

    Is Obama's call for immigration reform really helpful?
    After months of being relegated to the back of the legislative line, immigration reform is back in the spotlight. On Thursday, President Obama gave a speech urging the Republican-led House to move quickly to fix the nation’s dysfunctional...
  • Ted Cruz back in Iowa, where presidential dreams flourish and wither

    Ted Cruz back in Iowa, where presidential dreams flourish and wither
    Coincidence or not, Ted Cruz’s appearances in Iowa this weekend come as Texas’ tea party senator and his wife appeared to be trying to humanize the potential 2016 presidential candidate, who is both loved and hated, even among Republicans, for...
  • With slogan 'Viva Tancredo,' Colorado Republican tweaks foes

    With slogan 'Viva Tancredo,' Colorado Republican tweaks foes
    In the world of the focus-grouped, the poll-tested, the vetted, the blow-dried, the calculated, the coiffed and the cautious, Tom Tancredo strides like a man wielding a scythe in a shop filled with delicate crystal. The former Colorado Republican...
  • A black box in your car? Some see a source of tax revenue

    A black box in your car? Some see a source of tax revenue
    WASHINGTON — As America's road planners struggle to find the cash to mend a crumbling highway system, many are beginning to see a solution in a little black box that fits neatly by the dashboard of your car. The devices, which track every mile a...
  • Reid outlines busy November agenda in Senate, takes jab at House

    Reid outlines busy November agenda in Senate, takes jab at House
    WASHINGTON – The Senate will consider legislation on gay rights, jobs and defense policy by Thanksgiving, Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) announced Monday while telling the Republican-led House to dispense with "political show votes and start...