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Richard Cordray, director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

How To Ruin Your Political Career: Run a Federal Agency

Apparently there’s no greater sin than turning into an “administration lifer.”

Wearing graduation-style caps and gowns, U.S.-raised immigrants wait on the Mexican side of the international bridge as they try to return to the U.S. from Nuevo Laredo, Mexico in September.

The Uncontroversial Policies at the Heart of the Border Crisis

Behind the surge in unaccompanied minors at the U.S. border is a series of laws crafted over a decade.

Clinton traveled to London for a book event on July 3.

If Hillary Clinton Doesn't Run, Who Would Lead the Democratic Field for President?

Other potential Democratic candidates like Elizabeth Warren and Andrew Cuomo are largely unknown among potential voters, according to a new poll.

The Obamas greet military families as they host an Independence Day celebration Friday.

Why Democrats Are So Confident

Republicans are trending against a growing cultural majority, while Democrats are in tune with it.

Senate Veterans Affairs Committee Chairman Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt.

A Catch-All Package of Spending Bills Is Looking More Likely

Appropriations bills are on Congress' long list of unfinished business.

Men sit outside the Raymond G. Murphy VA Medical Center in Albuquerque, N.M., Thursday, July 3, 2014.

Remember the Veterans Health Care Crisis?

Here's what Congress needs to do to push reform legislation over the final hump before campaign season hits.

The Commerce Department is housed in DC's Herbert C. Hoover Building.

Commerce, Prisons Bureau at High Risk for Losing Email

The National Archives scores agencies on compliance with records preservation laws.

Ethics Chair: House Will Reverse Itself on Disclosure of Free Trips

The panel's decision to delete a disclosure requirement—as lawmakers' travel climbs—sparked quick criticism.