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Senate and House Bills Would Effectively End NSA Mass Surveillance

The effort would stop the spy agency’s bulk collection of U.S. phone records, the first and one of the most controversial programs exposed by Edward Snowden nearly two years ago.

Then-Secretary of State Clinton meets with President Obama and his Afghanistan and Pakistan security team in 2010.

Hillary Clinton Will Have Trouble Using State Department Experience as a Campaign Weapon

She can't mention her role as secretary of State without raising questions of pay-to-play and deleted emails.

Play of the Day: Obama Yuks It Up All Over the Place

The White House Correspondents' Dinner is not the only place Obama gets laughs.

Rand Paul Reverses Course on Drones

The Kentucky senator defends the White House drone policy he once lambasted in a 13-hour filibuster, dulling any edge he may have had on a GOP pack running on the same national security platform.

A bomb squad member checks the gyrocopter that a U.S. Postal Service worker landed on the lawn of the Capitol on April 15.

Hill Outlook: Finishing a Budget, and Fending Off a Gyrocopter

Lawmakers want to finalize a spending blueprint and stiffen the Capitol's defenses.

Play of the Day: Hillary Takes to Yelp

A campaign trip through New Hampshire sparks online reviews.

Lawmakers Think Postal Delivery Trucks Can Do Better Than 10 Miles per Gallon

As USPS gears up for fleet overhaul, members of Congress push for greener vehicles.

Voters Want Aggressive Government Reform, Not Tinkering Around the Edges

New polling analysis shows a rise in voters who favor dismantling programs.

Ted Cruz campaigns in New Hampshire in mid-April.

Why Did Ted Cruz Miss the Loretta Lynch Vote?

He voted against cloture but was the lone senator not to vote on final passage.