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One Map to Show Where USPS Will Cut 7,000 Jobs

A majority of senators, including leader Harry Reid, now support delaying plant closures.

Explaining Barack Obama's Terrible Political Summer

For Democrats, the good news is that there doesn't appear to be an overwhelming Republican tide this year; the bad news is that Democrats could well lose the Senate even without such a wave

Finally, Some Good News for Federal Recruiters

New poll finds high public confidence in civil servants and support for their career choice.

White House Sends Spending Wish List to Congress

List includes more money for an experimental Ebola drug and more flexibility for handling the border crisis.

Senate Judiciary Chairman Patrick Leahy spent months updating the USA Freedom Act, but it probably won't get a vote before the midterms.

NSA Reform Will Likely Have to Wait Until After the Election

Legislation looks destined for a lame-duck session of Congress—and might not get touched at all until next year.

Play of the Day: Why Student Debt Isn't Going Anywhere

John Oliver examines higher education funding on Last Week Tonight.

Majority Leader Harry Reid has said Sept. 23 will be the Senate's last day before the election.

Congress Is Back. Its Mission? Keep Government Open.

Lawmakers and aides say not to expect drama this time around.

Sen. Carl Levin, D-Mich., released the new report.

Senate Panel Faults 'Bias' of IRS Watchdog

Both liberal and conservative groups were mistreated by tax-exempt division, Levin says.

Play of the Day: Guess Whose Anti-Obama Attack Ads These Are

Democratic Senate candidates are not embracing the president.

Kevin McCarthy Doesn't Want the Government's Marshmallow Roasting Advice

Forest Service blog post "perfectly captures what is wrong with our government," House majority leader says.