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Paul Ryan Won't Run for President in 2016

Republican cites work on House Ways and Means Committee as needing his full attention.

Keystone Debate Will Test New Senate GOP Majority

Pipeline and immigration fights will headline a week that ends with party retreats.

House Republicans Make an Aggressive Opening Bet on Immigration

GOPers want to attack a signature Obama program, but it's not clear the Senate will play along.

Democrats Tip Their Hand on Climate-Change Fight as Senate Keystone Bill Advances

Failed amendment from Bernie Sanders sets up floor debate on climate science.

Sen. Charles Grassley, R-Iowa, says he has a strategy for determining which investigations to reopen.

The Obama Scandal That Republicans Won't Let Fade Away

With Republicans in control of the Senate, expect new investigations into old scandals, like Fast and Furious.

Four Key Workplace Laws That Don't Apply to Congress

The Office of Compliance has some ideas for updating protections for Hill workers. And it wants a new name.

McConnell: I Won’t Back Down From a Fight With Obama

The new Senate majority leader vowed Wednesday to get his chamber working more efficiently.

FEHBP Reform, Pay Freezes and Lawmakers’ Other Day 1 Priorities in the 114th Congress

Legislators target agency spending and their own compensation as new Congress begins.

Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla.

Rubio: Clinton Presidency 'Would Be a Death Blow to the American Dream'

And eight other fascinating takeaways from the senator's new book.