Martin Kady

Politico

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Managing Editor of Politico; former Congressional correspondent for Congressional Quarterly

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The House is scheduled to vote at this hour on the trillion-dollar omnibus spending bill designed to keep the government from shutting down at midnight tonight.

Spending Bill Comes Down to the Wire

The House is scheduled to vote at this hour on the trillion-dollar omnibus spending bill designed to keep the government from shutting down at midnight tonight.

from To the Point

Republican  John Boehner  and Democrat  Nancy Pelosi  left the White House today supporting  President Obama's plan  to punish Syria's use of chemical weapons.

The President, Congress and the 'Red Line' in Syria

Republican John Boehner and Democrat Nancy Pelosi left the White House today supporting President Obama's plan to punish Syria's use of chemical weapons.

from To the Point

Gun control is on the move in the Senate, and two-thirds of Americans  support a "path to citizenship"  for undocumented workers.

Congress Takes Up Gun Control and Immigration Reform

Gun control is on the move in the Senate, and two-thirds of Americans support a "path to citizenship" for undocumented workers.

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