Ian Swanson

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During his  first news conference  as House Speaker today, Republican Paul Ryan said he's "not concerned about the presidential election," but is focused instead on how Congress…

Paul Ryan Gives First News Conference as House Speaker

During his first news conference as House Speaker today, Republican Paul Ryan said he's "not concerned about the presidential election," but is focused instead on how Congress…

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Voting in the midterm elections is already underway, and a consensus is already building about what the results will be and what the next Congress will look like.

With Midterms Looming, Republicans Poised to Take Senate

Voting in the midterm elections is already underway, and a consensus is already building about what the results will be and what the next Congress will look like.

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School superintendents in Texas and Ohio have closed schools after reports that students were on the same plane as a nurse diagnosed with Ebola.

House Grills CDC on Ebola Control

School superintendents in Texas and Ohio have closed schools after reports that students were on the same plane as a nurse diagnosed with Ebola.

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