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Agencies will help shoulder cost of new embassy construction

Agencies will pay fees to the State Department based on how many staffers they send to embassies abroad.

Up or Down

Presidential appointees ought not be left twisting in the wind. They deserve a vote in the Senate.

Election 2006

Another uphill cycle for Senate's Democrats.

The Dealmaker

Can anyone fill the shoes of retiring Sen. John Breaux?

Taming the Wild Cards

On tough votes, the Senate Republicans will not have an easy time finding Democrats to offset GOP defections.

Wide Open

The 2008 presidential race is likely to see huge fields of candidates from both sides of the political spectrum.

No Transformation

Republicans shouldn't get too carried away with their successes on Election Day.

Near-Perfect Campaign

The Bush-Cheney reelection effort was perhaps the best planned, best executed, most disciplined, and most strategic presidential campaign in history.

Waiting Game

The tone and rhythm of election night could be set when the polls close in Pennsylvania, Ohio and Florida.

Race to the Wire

As we enter the final days of this campaign, the nation remains closely and deeply divided.