Heather Caygle

Politico

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Heather Caygle is a congressional reporter and former transportation reporter for Politico.

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California Democratic Congresswoman Katie Hill announced on Sunday that she’s resigning.

Rep. Katie Hill resigns. Will this affect the Democratic party?

California Democratic Congresswoman Katie Hill announced on Sunday that she’s resigning.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Bill Clinton's winning campaigns for the White House operated on the basic premise that, "It's the economy, stupid."

Can the Democrats deliver 'a better deal?'

Bill Clinton's winning campaigns for the White House operated on the basic premise that, "It's the economy, stupid."

from To the Point

A black box has been recovered from  last night's Amtrak derailment  near Philadelphia, where seven passenger cars went off the rails on a sharp curve while traveling more than 100…

Deadly Amtrak Derailment in Philadelphia Impacts Funding Debate

A black box has been recovered from last night's Amtrak derailment near Philadelphia, where seven passenger cars went off the rails on a sharp curve while traveling more than 100…

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