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Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, D-N.H., is at risk.

Three Key Questions Will Determine What Direction Election Winds Are Blowing

If there is a wave, it is the open Senate seats in Colorado and Iowa, as well as the seats held by Sens. Kay Hagan and Jeanne Shaheen, that will sound the alarm.

Will Boehner's Lawsuit Compromise the House General Counsel?

Former in-house counsels say the suit against Obama is too political for the nonpartisan office.

Play of the Day: State Legislatures Are Productive--And Terrifying

The laboratories of democracy have nearly unchecked power.

Who Controls Foreign Policy: The President or Congress?

A Supreme Court case over whether passports for people born in Jerusalem should read "Israel" or not could have a surprisingly big effect on the balance of power in the United States.

Republicans Lower Expectations on Obamacare Repeal

Mitch McConnell reminds voters why repeal isn't going to happen in the 114th Congress, even if he becomes Senate majority leader.

Play of the Day: Is Texas Turning Away from Conservatives?

Lone Star politicians express themselves a little differently.

House Republicans Can't Find Anyone to Sue the President

The silver lining? The two law firms ditched the case so quickly they didn't perform enough work to cost taxpayers any money.

Congress Still Has No Idea How Much the NSA Spies on Americans

Adequate oversight is impossible when even diligent members of the Senate Intelligence Committee can't get basic facts about surveillance.

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A Perk for Federal VIPs: Park Service’s Mountain Getaway

Vice President Biden offers to reimburse NPS for his stay at a cabin in Grand Teton National Park.