David Jolly's victory in congressional contest may not predict November outcomes, but offers positive signs for GOP
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Race to replace the late Rep. Bill Young is seen as first test of Obama's health care overhaul ahead of November elections
President Obama made a pit stop at the Gap ahead of a Democratic fundraiser in the Big Apple to pick up some gifts for first lady Michelle and first daughters Sasha and Malia – and to applaud the company’s decision to boost wages for their U.S.-based employees.
Federal documents say Clinton adviser Minyon Moore sought the help of a D.C. businessman to recruit "street teams" to help Clinton's campaign
Rep. Darrell Issa's committee releases emails to prove her involvement in the IRS targeting of conservative groups
Potential reforms to the bulk collection program could mean higher costs and delays in the agency's work, says Mike Rogers
Polls show the N.J. governor's image is damaged, while the New York Times digs into his alleged political abuse of the Port Authority
Meanwhile, the House is set to vote on its version of a nonbinding resolution condemning Russia
Enrollment hit 4.2 million at the end of February, far short of the 7 million the administration hoped would sign up by the end of March
White House spokesman Jay Carney said following President Obama’s sit-down with comedian and actor Zach Galifianakis on “Between Two Ferns,” the show's website “Funny or Die” was the No. 1 source of referrals to healthcare.gov.