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A Tough Question for 2016 Candidates

They'll get criticized if they avoid the press. But they'll also take flak if they answer questions the wrong way, as Bush and Rubio have on Iraq.

House Benghazi Committee Chairman Trey Gowdy

The House Benghazi Committee Has Some Questions for Clinton Ally Sidney Blumenthal

The longtime family confidante's messages to Hillary Clinton on Libya are drawing fresh attention.

Play of the Day: Obama Joins Twitter

The president's social media presence expands, but he's still just a dad.

Sen. Johnny Isakson, R-Ga.

Compensation Plan for U.S. Hostages Held in Iran Advances

President Obama expected to sign nuclear-talks act with pledge separate from Isakson bill.

The Senate's Three Competing Priorities Before Memorial Day Recess

Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is juggling Trade Promotion Authority, the Patriot Act and a highway bill.

Rand Paul speaks against NSA surveillance in Washington in 2014.

The Senate Will Decide the Future of NSA Spying

Mitch McConnell's intransigence has been unbowed despite an apparent groundswell of support over the past month in favor of NSA reform.

Play of the Day: Who Created ISIS?

Weekend Update clarifies Jeb Bush's brother's effect on the Middle East.

House Preps Highway Extension as Deadline Looms

Funding would continue until July 31, but a long-term solution remains elusive.

Mitch McConnell speaks to reporters on Capitol Hill in March.

McConnell Introduces Short-Term Reauthorization of Patriot Act

The majority leader’s new legislation would extend NSA mass spying only until July 31.

Play of the Day: Jeb Bush Doesn't Ride a Bucking Manatee

The former governor of Florida declared his 2016 candidacy accidentally in a Nevada hallway.