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On Capitol Hill, few name names on sexual harassment On Capitol Hill, few name names on sexual harassment
Wed, November, 22, 2017
Capitol Hill is facing a reckoning over sexual harassment, but hardly anyone wants to name names. We get more form The Hill's Cristina Marcos.
Angry GOP donors close their wallets Angry GOP donors close their wallets
Mon, October, 9, 2017
With the lack of progress in Washington GOP donors are closing their wallets. Gabriel Debenedetti from POLITICO has the latest.
Victories for Democrats? Victories for Democrats?
Fri, September, 8, 2017
Victories for Democrats? They have a seat at the negotiating table, but the Washington Post's Paul Kane says they must prove they can land those wins.
Why Republicans are worried about eroding Hispanic support after Trump's DACA rollback. Why Republicans are worried about eroding Hispanic support after Trump's DACA rollback.
Fri, September, 8, 2017
The Washington Examiner's David Drucker explains why Republicans are worried about eroding Hispanic support after Trump's DACA rollback.
The coming Republican fight on spending The coming Republican fight on spending
Tue, April, 4, 2017
James Antle from the Washington Examiner previews the GOP's upcoming spending fight.
Washington Lobbyists' Trump Card: Skipping GOP Convention Washington Lobbyists' Trump Card: Skipping GOP Convention
Thu, July, 7, 2016
Many GOP loyalists are deciding to skip the convention in Cleveland. Rebecca Ballhaus from the Wall Street Journal joins us with more on how Donald Trump's decision to bash lobbyists could end up hurting him.