Chris Cillizza

Washington Post

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Political reporter at the Washington Post and author of its political blog, The Fix; author of The Gospel According to the Fix: An Insider's Guide to a Less than Holy World of Politics

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The latest in the fascinating saga of the Republican presidential race: Ben Carson has taken the top spot in the polls from Donald Trump. But whatever happened to Jeb Bush?

Where's Jeb?

The latest in the fascinating saga of the Republican presidential race: Ben Carson has taken the top spot in the polls from Donald Trump. But whatever happened to Jeb Bush?

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Before his  speech  today in Las Vegas, the White House said President Obama "will applaud the bipartisan Senate agreement" on  immigration reform , which is "consistent with his…

President Obama Launches Immigration Reform Push

Before his speech today in Las Vegas, the White House said President Obama "will applaud the bipartisan Senate agreement" on immigration reform , which is "consistent with his…

from To the Point

A bipartisan group of governors visited the White House today as the President looks for leverage in avoiding the “fiscal cliff.”

Conservatives Revolt As Fiscal Cliff Negotiations Stall

A bipartisan group of governors visited the White House today as the President looks for leverage in avoiding the “fiscal cliff.”

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