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Rep. Chris Van Hollen, D-Md.

Budget Fight Gives Democrat a Chance to Court Liberal Skeptics

Top House Budget Committee Democrat Rep. Chris Van Hollen has a platform he can use in his Senate primary battle with Donna Edwards.

Play of the Day: Ted Cruz is Officially Running for President

The Texan is in late-night crosshairs after his Monday announcement.

Battles over defense spending will put Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (left) and House Speaker John Boehner in a tight spot.

GOP Budgets Cutting Retirement Benefits Face Rocky Paths in Both Chambers

The House and Senate want to pass spending blueprints before leaving town for two weeks.

Sens. Kelly Ayotte, R-N.H., (left) and Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., want to "abolish" the agency.

Is Commerce’s Technical Information Service a Dinosaur in the Internet Age?

Senators reintroduce plan to kill the department’s purveyor of technical documents.

TSA Gave Expedited Screening to Former Domestic Terror Group Member

A supervisor overruled an alert officer who recognized the felon and raised concerns.

Attorney general nominee Loretta Lynch testifies before the Senate Judiciary Committee in January.

Senate Leaves Lynch Nomination Unfinished

Chamber has adjourned for the weekend and the budget is next up on its agenda.

The National Archives museum is in Washington, D.C.

It Could Take Up to 30 Years for Hillary Clinton’s Emails to Reach the National Archives

It’s a long road from the former secretary’s inbox to the government agency, which doesn’t have the authority to implement record-keeping rules for other agencies.

Play of the Day: Fitness (And Other) Tracking Devices at the White House

Obama's monitoring his fitness, but other White House employees have to wear different monitors.

House Budget Committee Chairman Rep. Tom Price, R-Ga.

House GOP's New Budget Plan: Figure It Out Later

The Budget Committee advanced a spending blueprint Thursday after dropping the amendment that stalled progress the night before.