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Torture Didn’t Aid Bin Laden Hunt

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According to Senate report.

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Longest Senate Campaign Of 2014

With Mary Landrieu’s re-election depending on a December runoff, Election Day may not determine control of the Senate in 2015.

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Thais vote for Senate as showdown looms for PM

<!– google_ad_section_start –> Thais voted on Sunday to elect the upper house of parliament in a poll that could hold the key to the fate of the prime minister, who faces possible impeachment for negligence after months of street protests. <!– google_ad_section_end –>

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FiveThirtyHate?

Data guru Nate Silver’s prediction that Republicans will take the Senate brought on the same sort of attacks the GOP made when he called 2012 for Obama.

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Senate Bill Threatens Nuclear Deal, Analysts Say

Legislation that threatens Iran with tough sanctions if a deal is not reached on its nuclear program could undermine President Hassan Rouhani, political analysts contend.

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Senate Ends Budget Debate, Clearing Way for Passage

A bipartisan tax-and-spending plan cleared its final hurdle on Tuesday, with 67 senators voting to end debate on the measure and bring it to a final vote.

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The Caucus: Senate Confirms New Homeland Security Chief

Jeh Johnson has already had a significant influence on the Obama administration’s national security policies, serving as the Defense Department’s general counsel during the president’s first term.

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Senate Prepares to Wrap Up Sluggish 2013

The Senate’s final week in session this year promises to be memorable for something less inspired than its accomplishments: the vast amount of time it spends doing nothing in particular.

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Boehner’s Jabs at Activist Right Show G.O.P. Shift

Speaker John A. Boehner seethed and questioned the motives of conservative advocacy groups after they piled on against a new bipartisan budget deal.

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House Passes Two-Year Budget Deal

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Senate poised to pass it next week.

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Aide to Senator Is Arrested in Child Pornography Case

The home of Ryan Loskarn, the chief of staff for Senator Alexander’s Washington office, was searched by federal law enforcement officers on Wednesday.

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Liz Cheney’s Bad Apartheid Logic

In 1988, the Wyoming Senate candidate said economic engagement would end apartheid faster than boycotts. Conservatives used the same argument with Jim Crow—and they still don’t get it.

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Filibuster Threat Gone, Senate Approves Appeals Court Nominee

The Senate’s confirmation of Patricia Ann Millett to a key federal appeals court made her the first nominee to pass since Democrats changed the filibuster rules.

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Video: Times Minute | Ukraine Protests Grow

Also on the Minute, the Senate expected to vote on plastic guns and the real “Devil Wears Prada.”

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New York’s Junior Senator, Doggedly Refusing to Play the Part

Kirsten E. Gillibrand of New York has defied colleagues and stood her ground on issues, earning her prominence in a chamber in which she has served fewer than five years.

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How Not to Beat Mitch McConnell

Alison Grimes’s campaign for McConnell’s Senate seat has gotten this far for one reason: she’s not McConnell. Now she needs to say who she is and what she stands for.

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Message From Yellen Is Full Speed Ahead on the Stimulus

Janet L. Yellen, the president’s nominee to lead the Federal Reserve, made investors confident that the central bank would stick with policies that have sent shares soaring.

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Yellen to Testify in Support of Fed’s Stimulus Efforts

The job market and the economy are “performing far short of their potential,” Janet L. Yellen says in remarks prepared for her Senate confirmation hearing on Thursday to lead the Federal Reserve.

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Former Pentagon Official to Be Chosen as Homeland Security Chief

If confirmed by the Senate, Jeh C. Johnson, a former general counsel for the Defense Department, will fill the vacancy left by Janet Napolitano, who resigned in July.

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