Want time off? Get a job in government - TheDC

Politics | Caroline May
Federal Employee Rally

American Enterprise Institute shows the average non-postal federal employee took 20.1 days of annual leave

Leaders with Ginni Thomas: John Bolton - TheDC

Ginni Thomas | Ginni Thomas

Leaders with Ginni Thomas: John Bolton

Leaders with Ginni Thomas: John Bolton on a possible 2012 run - TheDC

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Leaders with Ginni Thomas: John Bolton on a possible 2012 run

Ryan responds to 'distortions and demagogueries' - TheDC

Politics | Jeff Poor

House Budget Chairman takes on DCCC chairman Steve Israel, says the American people are ready for a conversation

The White House's gas pains - TheDC

Politics | Neil Munro

Obama increases promotion of his energy policy, marking an uptick in concern about the political impact of rising gas prices

Big Green spends big green - TheDC

Politics | Amanda Carey
Since 2009, environmental groups have spent major bucks on ads, lobbying and campaigns

Wolfowitz is 'mystified' by Obama administration's handling of Libya - TheDC

Politics | Jeff Poor

Former Deputy Secretary of Defense argues that the administration’s silence on Libya makes the U.S. look bad

Tea Party groups divided over government shutdown - TheDC

Politics | Matthew Boyle

The threat of a potential government shutdown has the leaders of the nation’s different Tea Party activist groups split

Christie hits Obama for missing the 'big things' - TheDC

Politics | Amanda Carey

In a speech at the American Enterprise Institute, NJ Governor Chris Christie said “I’m worried” about what’s happening in Washington

Tea Partiers split: Are defense cuts on the table? - TheDC

Politics | Matthew Boyle

Leaders of the major Tea Party groups are split on whether or not there should be defense spending cuts

Sessions, eager to fight Obama on spending, looks to Gingrich as model - TheDC

Politics | Jon Ward

Sen. Jeff Sessions says the GOP should fight Obama on spending the same way that Newt Gingrich fought Bill Clinton

For states, two paths forward in deficit drawdown - TheDC

Politics | Jon Ward

State government choices lay out two potential paths forward for federal deficit reduction

Fear and loathing and NPR - TheDC Opinion

Opinion | Mark Judge

Let’s investigate media hiring practices.

Who's who of liberals lead anti-filibuster effort

Opinion | Tina Korbe

Far from being bipartisan, the effort to snuff out the filibuster is led by a coalition of liberal activists.

POLL: Americans more distrustful than ever about efficiency of federal government - TheDC

Politics | Amanda Carey

Public skepticism of government is a reflection of economic times, one scholar says

Brooks, Ryan debate proper role of government - TheDC

Politics | Kevin Brennan

Rep. Paul Ryan says Americans need to confront not just the size of government but its proper role

10 questions with Jackie Gingrich Cushman - TheDC

| Jamie Weinstein

Cushman is the editor of the new book, ‘The Essential American: A Patriot’s Resource’

Smooth sailing for GOP, Dems in upheaval; long road ahead - TheDC

Politics | Jon Ward

While Republicans glide into leadership arrangements, Democrats face party chaos

'Racism is the new doody-head' - TheDC

Politics | Caroline May

Facing mounting losses, Democrats resort to calling Republicans racist

Christie, teachers union chief wage public battle - WSJ

Politics | Chad Brady (admin)

Gov. Chris Christie and Barbara Keshishian battle publicly over teacher salaries, property taxes and federal education grants