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“The in­sult—I think that’s how wo­men feel, and ac­tu­ally the pub­lic,” Rep. Jan Schakowsky,D-Ill., said.

The House Votes to Defund Planned Parenthood

It’s unclear whether the measure will even come up in the Senate, but there could be political consequences anyway.

USPS Opposes Latest Postal Reform Bill

Lawmaker’s more inclusive approach yields mixed results.

A sign at Grand Tetons National Park informs visitors in 2013.

With a Shutdown Approaching, Dems Promote National Parks

A bill marking National Park Service centennial comes weeks before the parks could be shuttered.

Rep. Tom Cole, R-Okla., said it would be best to go after Planned Parenthood funding in a long-term spending bill.

GOP Leaders Try to Urge Conservatives Away From a Shutdown

NRCC Chairman warns Republicans that shutting down the government over Planned Parenthood funding could have dire repercussions.

So many candidates.

Play of the Day: Late-Night Gives Us More Debate Wrapup

Ben Carson is too languid and the Trump/Paul feud heats up.

EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy is sworn in before Thursday's hearing on the Colorado spill.

Lawmakers to EPA Chief: Fire Employees Over Self-Created Spill

Republicans accuse agency of operating "above the law."

Hillary Clinton Is Expertly Trolling the Republican Debate Again—This Time in Spanish

The Democratic frontrunner took some well-aimed potshots on Twitter.

Rep. Trent Franks, R-Ariz., says Congress could target funding for Planned Parenthood using the  budget re­con­cili­ation pro­cess.

With Shutdown Clock Ticking, House Republicans No Closer to Consensus

GOP leaders are now weighing multiple options for both funding the government and cracking down on Planned Parenthood.

The guy on the left was once played by a bear in a campaign ad by the guy on the right.

Play of the Day: Ted Cruz Channels Ronald Reagan

The Texan has an advertisement that looks and sounds a lot like the Gipper's iconic 1980s bear ad.

Sen. Tom Carper, D-Del., has promised a more inclusive approach this time around.

EXCLUSIVE: Senator Introduces Bill in Yet Another Attempt to Save the U.S. Postal Service

Lawmaker thinks he can finally capture his white whale by making everyone unhappy.