Manu Raju

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A major turnaround on Capitol Hill today means that President Obama's top legislative priority is not be dead after all.

Senate Votes to Salvage Obama's Trade Deal

A major turnaround on Capitol Hill today means that President Obama's top legislative priority is not be dead after all.

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President Obama isn't the only one warning that, if a key provision of the Patriot Act is allowed to expire, Americans will be in danger.

Political Theater and NSA's Data Collection Program

President Obama isn't the only one warning that, if a key provision of the Patriot Act is allowed to expire, Americans will be in danger.

from To the Point

Winning the Senate put Republicans in charge of both houses of Congress, and leaders promised an end to gridlock.

Can the Republican Congress Get Anything Done?

Winning the Senate put Republicans in charge of both houses of Congress, and leaders promised an end to gridlock.

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