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Here's Why McCarthy’s Résumé Matters

The likely next speaker never chaired a committee and his legislative record is thin.

Play of the Day: Hillary Clinton Deleted Her RSVP to the Debate

The Democratic frontrunner has problems with these kind of messages.

A Shutdown Has Been Avoided ... For Now

Lawmakers pass a stopgap spending bill to keep agencies open through Dec. 11.

Ex-Im Bank Wins Another Reprieve

Continuing resolution nearing passage includes funding many Republicans oppose.

Congress Moves Halfway to Averting a Shutdown

The Senate easily approved a short-term spending bill, and the House is set to follow suit.

Rep. Kev­in Mc­Carthy is running for House speaker.

McCarthy Credits Benghazi Committee with Hurting Clinton’s Poll Numbers

The House majority leader, running for speaker, said the GOP-led committee has helped erode the Democratic front-runner’s “unbeatable” aura.

John Boehner's Attempt to Fix Things Before He Leaves Congress

He wants to "clean the barn up" before he leaves Congress. Here's what that could mean.


Play of the Day: Putin and Obama Have an Awkward Meeting in New York

The two presidents shook hands, ate lunch and held talks during the United Nations General Assembly.

John McCain: Pentagon’s Lack of Cyber Policy Is Illegal

Senators pressed Defense and intelligence officials on rules of war for cyberspace at a Tuesday hearing.