Jennifer Steinhauer

New York Times

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For seven years, Republicans promised the Moon if they could take control of the White House and both houses of Congress.

Does it take two parties to govern?

For seven years, Republicans promised the Moon if they could take control of the White House and both houses of Congress.

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Next week, the House and the Senate will be trying to clean up left-over business from the Obama era before a newly elected Congress begins the Trump Era next year.

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Next week, the House and the Senate will be trying to clean up left-over business from the Obama era before a newly elected Congress begins the Trump Era next year.

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Wisconsin Republican  Paul Ryan  is now the 62nd House Speaker  , elected today by a comfortable margin. But he's not trying to hide the chaos that led to his taking the gavel.

Paul Ryan Elected 54th Speaker of the House

Wisconsin Republican Paul Ryan is now the 62nd House Speaker , elected today by a comfortable margin. But he's not trying to hide the chaos that led to his taking the gavel.

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Today the full House of Representatives is debating and voting on the two articles of impeachment that have passed out of the House Judiciary Committee.