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Sunday Talk Preview: Religion in Politics, Ukraine

Religion in politics and the signing of an agreement to de-escalate the crisis in Ukraine are likely to be the focus of this Easter Sunday's political talk ...

April 19 WASHINGTON WIRE (WALL STREET JOURNAL)

In Cold War Echo, Obama Strategy Writes Off Putin

President Obama is focused on isolating Russia by cutting off its economic and political ties to the outside world, limiting its expansionist ambitions and ...

April 19 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Republicans See Political Wedge in Common Core

The health care law may be Republicans’ favorite weapon against Democrats, but the Common Core is also roiling the party and shaping the ...

April 19 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

The Caucus: Sunday Breakfast Menu, April 20

As runners prepare for the Boston Marathon on Monday, several lawmakers will discuss the new security measures at the race, one year after an explosion killed ...

April 19 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Democrats Confront Vexing Politics Over the Health Care Law

Democrats may ultimately see political benefit from the law. But people helped by it are among the least likely to vote.

April 19 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

National Briefing | Plains: Oklahoma: Courts Spar Over Inmates’ Suit

The State Court of Criminal Appeals denied a stay on Friday for two death row inmates, saying it did not have jurisdiction — even though the State Supreme ...

April 18 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

National Briefing | Plains: Kansas: First Lady’s Visit Draws Criticism

Some Topeka high school students and their parents said they would rather keep their graduation day just a family affair, and not include Michelle Obama.

April 18 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

U.S. Military Deaths in Afghanistan

The Department of Defense has identified 2,302 American service members who have died as a part of the Afghan war and related operations.

April 18 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Covert Inquiry by F.B.I. Rattles 9/11 Tribunals

A reminder that the invisible hand of the United States government is at work in ways unlike anything seen in typical courtrooms.

April 18 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

5 Things About Ted Cruz

Texas Republican Sen. Ted Cruz won his seat in 2012 in a surprise victory, and since then he has been vocally pushing a conservative agenda—a tough foreign ...

April 18 WASHINGTON WIRE (WALL STREET JOURNAL)