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GAO headquarters in Washington.

Congressional Watchdogs Ask Their Hill Masters for Budget Hikes

GAO and CBO say they face critical shortfalls in hiring and technology investments.

Lawmakers From Both Parties Renew Pushback on Postal Closures

Calls come after USPS announced it lost money on consolidation plan last year.

Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders

Michigan Says It Wants a Revolution

Bernie Sanders pulls off a stunning upset, on a night when not much else changed.

Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg speaks during the December C40 cities awards ceremony in Paris.

Michael Bloomberg Says He Isn't Running for President, Because Trump

Former New York mayor cites fears that his third-party candidacy might result in victory for Donald Trump or Ted Cruz.

Play of the Day: The GOP is Tearing Itself Apart

What was once the part of Abraham Lincoln may become the party of Donald Trump.

Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz gets ready to speak at a rally in Louisiana.

The Odds of a Contested Convention Have Never Been Higher

With Cruz picking up momentum over the weekend, Rubio is battling furiously to deal Trump a blow in Florida.


Play of the Day: Donald Trump Defends His Size

This election cycle got really gross really quick.

Rep. Tom Price, R-Ga., chairman of the House Budget Committee

House GOP Budget Plans Face a Minefield

Disputes over mandatory programs and defense spending are complicating Republican leaders’ efforts to bring their own members on board.

Play of the Day: Mitt Romney is Here to Save the GOP... Or Not

The former presidential candidate's attacks on Donald Trump are too little, too late.