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Midterm Calculus: Senate Update: G.O.P. Shows Gains in Blue States

Colorado and Iowa, where Democrats held small but consistent leads, are now becoming true tossups.

September 29 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

VA whistleblowers win settlements in retaliation cases

The Department of Veterans Affairs has reached settlements with three whistleblowers who helped expose wrongdoing at the Phoenix VA hospital, where details of ...

September 29 FEDERAL EYE (WASHINGTON POST)

Midterm Calculus: Poll Contains Hidden Nugget of Good News for Thom Tillis

The North Carolina Senate candidate continues to trail Kay Hagan, but his favorability rating in a recent poll is reason for him to be optimistic.

September 29 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Washington Post's Ben Bradlee in hospice care

Ben Bradlee, the former top editor of The Washington Post who oversaw the paper's coverage of the Watergate scandal, is in hospice care as his health has ...

September 29 CNN POLITICS

Sidebar: Supreme Court Same-Sex Marriage Ruling Likely to Land in Term’s Finale

Although there are many variables and open questions, a new study confirms what everyone knows from experience: Big cases are decided in late June.

September 29 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

The New Health Care: What We’re Learning About Drug Company Payments to Doctors

New information on payments by pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturers is being made public this week as part of the Affordable Care Act.

September 29 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Is Obama tarnishing his legacy?

LZ Granderson says Obama was elected as a war-ending change agent, not a leader who would leave behind for his successor new engagement in Iraq and Syria. Is ...

September 29 CNN POLITICS

Americans back airstrikes, oppose ground troops

Americans are steadfastly opposed to sending U.S. ground troops to fight ISIS in Iraq and Syria, but an overwhelming number of people continue to support the ...

September 29 CNN POLITICS

Arson at Chicago air traffic center raises questions about background checks

The arson incident that halted more than a thousand flights at two Chicago airports on Friday revived old questions about the federal government’s ability to ...

September 29 FEDERAL EYE (WASHINGTON POST)

André Mendes, Director of Global Operations, Broadcasting Board of Governors

When the General Services Administration wanted to move about 60 Broadcasting Board of Governors employees from a building close by to one several blocks away, ...

September 29 FEDERAL NEWS RADIO