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It's your choice: Bankruptcy insurance or catastrophic coverage

During open season, feds and retirees in the Federal Employee Health Benefits Program have dozens of choices ranging from low-premium health maintenance ...

2:00 AM ET FEDERAL NEWS RADIO

Midterm Calculus: The Methodology Behind the Upshot’s Estimates of Hispanic Republicans

First, we posed a tough question: Did Republicans need Hispanic voters to retain the House in 2012?

12:30 AM ET NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Midterm Calculus: Why House Republicans Alienate Hispanics: They Don’t Need Them

Even if they did not receive a single vote from a Latino, anywhere in the United States, Republicans could most likely retain control of the House.

12:29 AM ET NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

A Survey Says: Next Open Enrollment for A.C.A. Approaches, but Few Notice

Despite all the furor connected to last year’s rollout of the health insurance marketplace, few people are aware that a new deadline is on the way.

12:21 AM ET NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

U.S. Denial of Visas for 6 in Hungary Strains Ties

The diplomatic incident involving the unnamed public officials has transfixed Hungarian political circles and provided fresh evidence of growing tension ...

October 20 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

First Draft: Steyer Passes Adelson as No. 1 ‘Super PAC’ Donor

Tom Steyer has become the largest “super PAC” donor of all time.

October 20 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

National Briefing | Washington: Obama Broadens Support for Same-Sex Marriage

President Obama says he now believes that the Constitution guarantees a right to same-sex marriage in all 50 states but expressed support for the more ...

October 20 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Q&A: The Missing Numbers on Arrests in America

Almost every American is touched in some way by the criminal-justice system, either as a taxpayer or participant, and more and more young people are on the ...

October 20 WASHINGTON WIRE (WALL STREET JOURNAL)

Speaker of Alabama House Is Arrested on Corruption Charges

Michael G. Hubbard was charged with 23 felony counts, including voting for legislation in which he had a conflict of interest and using his public office for ...

October 20 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

In Raising Immigration, G.O.P. Risks Blowback After Election

Republicans’ use of illegal immigration as an issue in several Senate campaigns is raising questions about what the party wants to be in the longer term.

October 20 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS