UPDATE: Lawmakers sign on for repeal of health care reform
Treating illegal immigrants like we did runaway slaves
Clinton declares war
D.C. AFTER DARK Evening is prime time for Washington's nightspots and neighborhooks, monuments and memorials
It's O's instead of ayes or nays Junket: A team of distinguished ladies and gentleman from Washington vote unanimously for the Orioles and breast cancer research.
Lott cites Senate 'responsibility' to probe Democrats' fund raising But new majority leader hopes to get session off to harmonious start
Kemp among GOP's top-three prospects for No. 2 spot on ticket, Dole aides say Other leading contenders said to be Mack, Engler
Dole narrows list of running mates to 3 to meet self-imposed Saturday deadline Finalists not revealed; initial top choices were unavailable; CAMPAIGN 1996
Jobless rate dips slightly to 5.4% Modest report follows signs of 1st-quarter surge in economy
Federal shutdown looms again Budget talks crumble; weekend funding bill needed to stay open; 'Cooking the books'; Closing II would start Monday, affect fewer government workers
The Republican Party as a Big Tent
Overzealous freshmen don't understand Senate
Senate Republicans reject calls to punish Hatfield
With newfound power, GOP feels growing pains
In Fla. governor's race, experience is a liability
Tale behind change in disclosure law
Refusal to talk reflects U.S. resolve to isolate Castro
Clinton closes door on Cubans A 28-year policy of easy entry comes to a close
GOP uses national TV forum to attack Democrats on health care
If Senators Lived Like Us
CLINTON, GOP DEVELOP A GENUINE HATRED
Metzenbaum and Selig take their cuts in antitrust hearing
If money talks, East Baltimore must be saying 'Miedusiewski'
The nation wants reform are Republicans listening?
Clinton, in radio speech, says rich must bear more of tax burden
Refugee advocates are seeking a better deal for Haitians Cubans get into U.S., Haitians don't. Advocates decry double standard.
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