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 2002

January 5 - Emerging Players: Dissenters
January 5 - Emerging Players: Economic Guardians
January 5 - Emerging Players: Homeland Defenders
January 5 - Emerging Players: Internationalists
January 5 - Emerging Players: Prerogative Protectors
January 5 - Emerging Players: Rep. Barbara Lee, D-Calif.
January 5 - Emerging Players: Rep. Bob Barr, R-Ga.
January 5 - Emerging Players: Rep. Bob Ney, R-Ohio
January 5 - Emerging Players: Rep. F. James Sensenbrenner Jr., R-Wis.
January 5 - Emerging Players: Rep. Ike Skelton, D-Mo.
January 5 - Emerging Players: Rep. Jim Kolbe, R-Ariz.
January 5 - Emerging Players: Rep. Jim McCrery, R-La.
January 5 - Emerging Players: Rep. Joe Pitts, R-Pa.
January 5 - Emerging Players: Rep. John M. Spratt Jr., D-S.C.
January 5 - Emerging Players: Rep. Mark Steven Kirk, R-Ill.
January 5 - Emerging Players: Rep. Melvin Watt, D-N.C.
January 5 - Emerging Players: Rep. Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif.
January 5 - Emerging Players: Rep. Nita M. Lowey, D-N.Y.
January 5 - Emerging Players: Rep. Rob Simmons, R-Conn.
January 5 - Emerging Players: Rep. Saxby Chambliss, R-Ga.
January 5 - Emerging Players: Rep. William M. 'Mac' Thornberry, R-Texas
January 5 - Emerging Players: Sen. Bob Graham, D-Fla.
January 5 - Emerging Players: Sen. Carl Levin, D-Mich.
January 5 - Emerging Players: Sen. Jon Kyl, R-Ariz.
January 5 - Emerging Players: Sen. Joseph I. Lieberman, D-Conn.
January 5 - Emerging Players: Sen. Max Baucus, D-Mont.
January 5 - Emerging Players: Sen. Olympia J. Snowe, R-Maine
January 5 - Emerging Players: Sen. Pat Roberts, R-Kan.
January 5 - Emerging Players: Sen. Richard J. Durbin, D-Ill.
January 5 - Emerging Players: Sen. Robert F. Bennett, R-Utah
January 5 - Emerging Players: Sen. Russell D. Feingold, D-Wis.
January 5 - Emerging Players: Sen. Sam Brownback, R-Kan.
January 5 - Emerging Players: Sen. Tom Daschle, D-S.D.
January 5 - Emerging Players: Spymasters
January 5 - Emerging Players: Stepping Up To the Front Lines
January 5 - Emerging Players: Unheralded Experts
January 5 - Emerging Players: War Eagles
January 12 - Bills Signed
January 12 - Bush Starts a Strong Record Of Success With the Hill
January 12 - Conservative Republican Wins Largent's Seat In Oklahoma's 1st District
January 12 - Deficits and Recriminations
January 12 - Dueling Visions of Defense
January 12 - Editor's Notebook: The Loneliest Job
January 12 - Finessing Workers' Worries
January 12 - Health Care: Back to Basics
January 12 - Hill's Probes of Enron Collapse Will Focus On Adequacy of Oversight, Effect on Retirees
January 12 - Much Tidying Up Left to Do After Hart Anthrax Cleanup
January 12 - Pattern of Partisanship Persists
January 12 - Pelosi Plans Quiet Move To History-Making Post
January 12 - Politics Stokes Energy Debate
January 12 - Rep. Skeen Says He Won't Seek Election to a 12th Term
January 12 - Rep. Watkins Retiring, Complicating Redistricting
January 12 - Resources Panel Chairmanship Race Exposes a House Republican Divide
January 12 - Security the Emerging Theme Of Election Year Issues
January 12 - The Compassion Campaign
January 12 - The Social Security Faceoff
January 12 - Torricelli Probe Sent to Senate
January 12 - Tug of War to Continue Over Judicial Confirmations
January 12 - Voting Rate Edges Higher
January 19 - Campaign Finance Bill Finds New Energy in Enron Ruins
January 19 - Dispute May Heat Up Again Over Cheney Energy Task Force
January 19 - Editor's Notebook: Dollar for Dollar
January 19 - Hart Building To Reopen Jan. 22
January 19 - Hollings Fights Administration Antitrust Plan
January 19 - Lieberman Pushes for Bill to Reduce Number of Posts Subject to Confirmation
January 19 - Parties Face Senate Races As Equals in Vulnerability
January 19 - The Leadership War
January 19 - What's Ahead: Week of Jan. 21
January 26 - Campaign Finance Bill Wins Its Day on the House Floor
January 26 - Cast Off by Both Sides in the House, Traficant Now Politically Homeless as Well
January 26 - Editor's Notebook: Consumer Choice
January 26 - Lingering Costs of Anthrax Attack Evident as Hart Building Reopens
January 26 - The Duel of Bush and Daschle: Men of Genteel Steel
January 26 - What's Ahead: Week of Jan. 28
February 2 - 'Secure', but Not Too Far
February 2 - A Closer Look at GAO vs. Cheney: Politics and Separation of Powers
February 2 - Editor's Notebook: Deficit Perceptions
February 2 - Hill Democrats Respond Cautiously To Party Consultants' Plans For Capitalizing on Enron Collapse
February 2 - Inouye to Head Torricelli Probe Instead of Reid
February 2 - Lobbying of Black and Hispanic Caucuses Heats Up as Debate Draws Closer On Campaign Finance Overhaul
February 2 - Some Republicans See Hill Watchdog As Biting the Hand That Nurtured Him
February 2 - The Challenges at Home
February 2 - What's Ahead: Week of Feb. 4
February 9 - Budget Hearing Turns Personal
February 9 - Competing to Probe Enron
February 9 - Editor's Notebook: The Comity Is Over
February 9 - Enron Inquiry Likely to Be Broader Than Response
February 9 - GAO's Walker Says He Hopes To Avoid Court Fight With Cheney Over Energy Task Force Documents
February 9 - Goss Rescinds Plan to Retire
February 9 - Parsing the Assumptions
February 9 - Radiation Level is Lowered on Hill Mail After Health Complaints
February 9 - What's Ahead: Week of Feb. 11
February 16 - Bush's Selection of Hall For Humanitarian Position Creates Opportunity for GOP
February 16 - Campaign Finance Outcome Now in Daschle's Hands
February 16 - DeLay Heads to Puerto Rico To Raise Money and Talk Taxes
February 16 - Editor's Notebook: Under Cover
February 16 - Final Lobbying Push Is Under Way As Vote on Broadband Bill Nears High-Speed Rules
February 16 - Mixed Signals, Hard Feelings
February 16 - Parties Work Overtime to Fill Coffers As Soft Money Edges Toward Extinction
February 16 - Retirees' Privileges
February 16 - Top-Tier Lobbyists: Ex-Members' Special Access Becomes an Issue
February 16 - What's Ahead: Week of Feb. 18
February 23 - Campaign Finance Finale Puts McConnell on the Spot
February 23 - Money Migration?
February 23 - Shays-Meehan Watchers Prepare To Target 'Issue Ads' Rules in Court
February 23 - What's Ahead: Week of Feb. 25
February 23 - White House May Try to Broaden President's Privacy Privilege As It Fights GAO Suit Over Papers
March 2 - Airtime Provision Stripped
March 2 - Blunt Now Sole Candidate For GOP Whip
March 2 - Campaign Finance Bill Evokes Opportunity and Trepidation
March 2 - Either Side Could Prevail On the Legal Merits, Scholars Say
March 2 - Issue Ad Limits Could Set New Tone But Create New Challenges
March 2 - Judge John D. Bates
March 2 - Markey Has Right Moves, Gets Wrong Results
March 2 - Risk Enough for All In Walker v. Cheney
March 2 - What's Ahead: Week of March 4
March 9 - Borski Departure Forestalls One Pennsylvania Incumbent Duel
March 9 - California Incumbents Appear Safe Bets In November
March 9 - Daschle Trying to Beat the Clock On Campaign Finance Bill
March 9 - Daschle, Hoping to Defuse Remarks, Offers Resolution of Support for Troops
March 9 - Hill Warning: Respect Level From White House Too Low
March 9 - House 'Cardinal' Callahan Retiring
March 9 - In Search of Lost Power
March 9 - Key Areas of Contention
March 9 - Sen. Thompson Says No To Another Six Years, Roiling Tennessee Politics
March 9 - What's Ahead: Week of March 11
March 16 - Conrad in Budget Spotlight With Little Room to Maneuver
March 16 - Editor's Notebook: Assessing Motives
March 16 - Filibusters: Nonstop Action
March 16 - GOP's Budget Resolution Draft Follows Past Years' Path
March 16 - Muffled Message Imperils Democrats' Senate Edge
March 16 - Senate Pushing for More Special Education Funding
March 16 - What's Ahead: Week of March 18
March 23 - Acrimony Over Judicial Confirmations Begins to Spill Into Other Issues
March 23 - Bill Says Its Own Provisions May Be Challenged in Court Right Away
March 23 - Campaign Finance Passage Ends a Political Odyssey
March 23 - Conrad's Budget Plan Approved in Committee But Faces Tough Fight on Senate Floor
March 23 - Editor's Notebook: Our Preoccupations
March 23 - Strange Bedfellows Gingrich and Foley Offer Plan To Replace House Members in Emergency
March 23 - Two-Hour Meeting Rule Causes Trouble in Senate
March 30 - As Groups File Lawsuits, Bush Spurns Signing Ceremony For 'Flawed' Fundraising Law
March 30 - Editor's Notebook: Changing Your Tune
March 30 - Lieberman's Call for Enron Communiques Doubles Troubles for White House
March 30 - Senate's Only Doctor Pens Reference on Bio-Terrorism
April 6 - Absent a Budget, Singular Spending Target An Increasingly Appealing Fallback
April 6 - Editor's Notebook: Behind the Curve
April 6 - How to Resurrect Congress After a Debilitating Attack
April 6 - Picture Perfect
April 6 - Senate Appropriators Dissatisfied That Ridge Will Not Testify Formally; Homeland Security Spending on the Line
April 13 - 'Comma Bill' Held Hostage
April 13 - 'Taxpayer Bill of Rights' Brought Down in House By Campaign Finance Rider
April 13 - Appropriators See Their Ceiling For Fiscal 2003 Spending
April 13 - Congress, White House Rift Much in Evidence On Capitol Hill
April 13 - Court Puts Pa. Primaries in Doubt
April 13 - Daschle's Office Returns to Normal After Anthrax Cleanup
April 13 - Editor's Notebook: A Thinking Institution
April 13 - FEC Members Won't Step Aside In Setting Campaign Rules
April 13 - GOP Cranks Up Complaint Level In Judicial Confirmations Debate
April 13 - Guilty of All Charges:
April 13 - Traficant Refuses to Go Quietly Despite Calls for His Resignation
April 13 - What's Ahead: Week of April 15
April 13 - Will Absence of a Budget Plan Weaken the Democratic Message?
April 20 - Convicted Racketeer Traficant Remains in Virtual Exile
April 20 - Editor's Notebook: Bumper to Bumper
April 20 - Sex, Lies and Avarice: A Gallery Of Congressional Rogues
April 20 - What's Ahead: Week of April 22
April 27 - Campaign Finance Court Date Set
April 27 - Medicare Prescription Drug Debate Likely to Play Key Role in Campaigns
April 27 - New Pot of Federal Dollars Has Admirers From All Over
April 27 - One Question in Goode's GOP Move: In the 107th Congress, or the 108th?
April 27 - Parties Play to Midterm Reality: Swing Voters Will Rule
April 27 - Rep. Bob Stump's Retirement Will Shift Armed Services Post
April 27 - The Name Game: In Court, It'll Be McConnell v. FEC
April 27 - What's Ahead: Week of April 29
May 4 - Anniversary Score on Judicial Nominees: Three Confirmed, Eight Still in Limbo
May 4 - Barcia Opts Out of House Election
May 4 - Daschle Must Make Fast Shuffle To Get ANWR Opponents on Panel
May 4 - DeLay Flexes Muscles On Middle East Issue
May 4 - Diverse Three-Judge Panel Will Hear Challenge to Campaign Finance Law
May 4 - Editor's Notebook: The Political Imperative
May 4 - Hawaiian Tug Named For Rep. Abercrombie
May 4 - House Moves to Boost Numbers In Supplemental Spending Bill
May 4 - Lawmakers Weigh Creation Of 'Electronic Congress' For Emergency Legislating
May 4 - Sudden Departure of Staff Director Hampers Intelligence Investigation
May 4 - The Campaign Finance Judges
May 4 - The DeLay-Bush Connection
May 4 - What's Ahead: Week of May 6
May 11 - Ailing Helms May Be Out Until July or August
May 11 - Campaign Finance Reform Challengers Fear Opponents' New Legal Standing Offers a Chance to Exact Revenge
May 11 - What's Ahead: Week of May 13
May 18 - A Marriage Tax Mishap
May 18 - Campaign Finance Law Provisions
May 18 - Editor's Notebook: The Public Interest
May 18 - Ethics Panel Starts Inquiry on Convicted Rep. Traficant
May 18 - House Considers How To Fill Seats After a Disaster
May 18 - Moderation on Endangered List As Safe Seats Breed Rigidity
May 18 - Republican Main Street Partnership: A Voice for Moderate Republicans
May 18 - Safe House: Incumbents Face Worry-Free Election
May 18 - Sarbanes' Style Could Prove a Hindrance In His Effort to Regulate Accounting
May 18 - Though an Iconoclast on Fast Track, GOP Leader Lives to Tell the Tale
May 18 - What's Ahead: Week of May 20
May 25 - After Struggle for House Passage, Spending Fight Is in the Senate
May 25 - Attacks and Follow-up Investigations: History Offers Cautionary Tale
May 25 - Committee Democrats Cross Over To Advance Smith Judicial Nomination But Remain Committed to Tough Process
May 25 - Democrats Keep One Eye on Trade, Other on Future Presidential Runs
May 25 - Democrats Not Satisfied With Enron Memo Turned Over by the White House
May 25 - Editor's Notebook: Waterlogged
May 25 - Historic Session Scheduled Near Ground Zero This Fall
May 25 - Panels' Limitations Hinder Probe of Intelligence Failures
May 25 - Politics Muddies the Water Around Sept. 11 Investigation
May 25 - Public Campaign Financing Tested
May 25 - States' Publicly Funded Campaigns Could Provide Future Federal Model
June 1 - Daschle's Dash to Pass Legislation
June 1 - FBI Director Seeks Hill's Support As Hearings Get Under Way
June 1 - FEC Regulations Snubbed
June 1 - House Democratic Leadership To Undergo Complete Overhaul
June 1 - New Capitol Police Chief To Tackle Force's High Turnover
June 8 - Bush's Plan Gives Appropriators Even More to Ponder This Season
June 8 - Bush's Swift, Sweeping Plan Is Work Order for Congress
June 8 - Editor's Notebook: Management Challenge
June 8 - Expansion During Crisis A Typical Response by Presidents
June 8 - Graham Turns Rules To His Advantage
June 8 - Hate Crime Debate Could Be Crucial Test As Daschle Rides Herd on Senate
June 8 - House Bill Would Ban Grocery Box Break-Ins
June 8 - Norwood's Revelation on Patients' Rights Legislation May Reflect Progress -- or It May Be Pressure Tactic
June 8 - Port Security a Harbinger Of Homeland Disputes to Come
June 8 - Proposal Presages Turf Wars
June 8 - Senators See Spending Ceiling
June 8 - What's Ahead: Week of June 10
June 15 - 14th Cardinal? Maybe Next Year
June 15 - Amendment On Tax Hikes Fails in House
June 15 - Bills Signed
June 15 - Committee Chairmen Express Concerns About Major Shift in Jurisdiction
June 15 - Editor's Notebook: Stop Making Sense
June 15 - Funding Disagreement, Veto Threat Dog Supplemental Spending Bill
June 15 - Intelligence Committees Tussle With Task Of Assigning Domestic Spy Responsibilities
June 15 - Major Battle Brewing Over Minor Dollar Differences
June 15 - Security Plan Gets Solid Backing But No Rubber Stamps on Hill
June 15 - What's Ahead: Week of June 17
June 22 - Campaign Overhaul Proponents Consider Action Against FEC For New 'Soft Money' Rule
June 22 - Editor's Notebook: Barons No More
June 22 - GAO Watches FOIA Suit For Energy Documents
June 22 - GOP Pick: An Armey of One
June 22 - Homeland Security Debate: Balancing Swift and Sure
June 22 - House Offers Mixed Reviews For Committee Term Limits
June 22 - Judicial Nominees Deal in the Works
June 22 - New Department Faces Key Issues
June 22 - Senate GOP Debates Term Limits
June 22 - Tauzin Cooks Up Probe Of Stewart's ImClone Connection
June 22 - Thomas' Fast-Track Strategy Proves Tough Sell to GOP, Critical Democratic Supporters
June 22 - What's Ahead: Week of June 24
June 22 - Will He Stay or Will He Go? Once Again, Watts Won't Say
June 29 - Burton Renews Quest For Presidential Records
June 29 - Hilliard of Alabama, LaFalce of New York On House Departure List
June 29 - House GOP Leaders Take Political Risk, Win Enactment of Higher Borrowing Ceiling
June 29 - House May Delay Summer Recess by One Week To Work on Creation of New Department
June 29 - Midyear Spending Deal Likely in Early July; Democrats, Bush Harden Fiscal '03 Lines
June 29 - Panel to Mull Traficant's Fate in House
June 29 - Review Act Seldom Used
June 29 - Senate GOP Agrees to 'Middle Ground' On Committee Term Limits
June 29 - Some in GOP Join Democrats In Questioning Homeland Plan
June 29 - Sponsors of Campaign Finance Law Unleash Torrent of Anger Against FEC
July 6 - Burton Resurrects Debate Over Release of Presidential Records
July 6 - Candidates Rush to Replace Watts As GOP Conference Chairman
July 6 - Editor's Notebook: The Scare Factor
July 6 - GOP Leaders See Some Benefit In Lame-Duck Spending Session
July 6 - Mail Will Continue to Be Irradiated Despite Reported Health Problems
July 6 - Oklahoma Race to Be Swift
July 6 - Oldest House Member Bows Out Rather Than Face Fellow Republican In Fallout From N.Y. Redistricting
July 6 - What's Ahead: Week of July 8
July 13 - Aspiring to Appropriations Seats
July 13 - Gantlet of House Committees Greets Homeland Security Plan
July 13 - Highlights of Panels' Input On New Security Department
July 13 - House GOP Chairmanship Still in Play
July 13 - Jeffords Not Satisfied With EPA's Release of Records
July 13 - McCain's Hold on Nominations Spurs Bush and Senate Leaders To Agree on Timely Action Plan
July 13 - No Hastert-Gephardt Meeting To Stop Congressional Pay Raise
July 13 - President's Hard Line on Spending Shatters Brief Bipartisan Consensus
July 13 - Printing Office Provides Latest Stage For Congress-White House Dispute
July 13 - Retirement of Veteran Appropriator Meek Prompts Rush of Democratic Hopefuls
July 13 - What's Ahead: Week of July 15
July 20 - Conservatives Compel Hastert To Set Early Test of Spending Limits
July 20 - Daschle's Soft Touch Lost In Tough Senate Arena
July 20 - Despite Police, Taxation Issues, Smooth Sailing Anticipated For Legislative Branch Spending Bill
July 20 - Editor's Notebook: The Long View, Week by Week
July 20 - House Expected to Expel Traficant Based on Panel's Recommendation
July 20 - House GOP Keeps the Faith
July 20 - Intelligence Center to Stay Right Where Murtha Put It
July 20 - Torricelli Called to Appear Before Senate Ethics Panel For Fundraising Probe
July 20 - Unyielding White House Approach Win Bush Bottom Line on Supplemental
July 20 - What's Ahead: Week of July 22
July 27 - A Worried Congress Forced Into Legislative Overdrive
July 27 - Editor's Notebook: Political Economy
July 27 - Election Overhaul May Have to Wait In Line Behind Other 'Crisis' Issues
July 27 - Legislative Branch Spending Conference Could Snag Over Police Force Merger
July 27 - McCain Deal Speeds Up Nominations
July 27 - Panel Winding Up Torricelli Investigation
July 27 - Traficant's Ouster Decided But Not Relished by His Peers
July 27 - Virgil Goode Switches To Republican Party
July 27 - What's Ahead: Week of July 29
August 3 - Byrd Prepared to Slow Bill
August 3 - Editor's Notebook: Summer Heat
August 3 - Equal Opportunity for Lobbyists
August 3 - Harkin Declares Nomination Of USDA Undersecretary 'Over'
August 3 - In Recess: Week of Aug. 5
August 3 - Lawmakers' Keen Sense of Political Risk Trumps Avowed Goal of Budget Deal
August 3 - More Judges Confirmed, But Disputed Nominee On Hold Until After Recess
August 3 - No Badge, No Break? Cabinet Secretary Joins the Herd
August 3 - Ohio's Convicted Rep. Traficant May Campaign From Prison
August 3 - Ongoing Lott-Daschle Feud Keeps Nominees in Limbo
August 3 - Rep.Tony Hall Confirmed for U.N. Position
August 3 - Torricelli's Ethics Admonishment Quickly Becomes Campaign Issue
August 10 - Editor's Notebook: The Collective Mind
August 10 - Fallout From WorldCom Scandal Could Tilt Race in Mississippi
August 31 - Congress Grows Accustomed To Staying for the Long Haul
August 31 - Helms Expected to Return to Senate Just in Time for Year-End Push
August 31 - House GOP Set to Move Bankruptcy Bill Despite Contentious Abortion Issue
August 31 - Incumbent Losses in Georgia Primary Illustrate Greater Lessons to Be Learned
August 31 - New Department, Old Issues
August 31 - The White House vs. the Hill
August 31 - What's Ahead: Week of Sept. 2
September 7 - A Road Show of Solidarity
September 7 - Bills Signed
September 7 - Bills Signed
September 7 - Editor's Notebook: Role Reversals
September 7 - For Congress, a New World -- And Business as Usual
September 7 - GOP Win in Missouri Senate Race Could Mean Continuing Resolution, Early Recess
September 7 - Leaders Prepare to Help Draft War Resolution
September 7 - Repositioning Separates McCain Further From GOP Mainstream
September 7 - Voters, Candidates Unclear About Impact of Iraq Vote
September 7 - What's Ahead: Week of Sept. 9
September 7 - Workers' Rights Issues Looming Over Homeland Security Debate
September 14 - Editor's Notebook: Room to Move
September 14 - Prime-Time Thompson Still Holding a Day Job
September 14 - Smith's Loss in New Hampshire Primary Reflects Both His Own Missteps And GOP Struggle for Senate Control
September 14 - The Seasoned Speaker: Still Hastert, but Harder
September 14 - They Wear Friendly Faces Now, But Stay Separated by Political Chasm
September 14 - Thomas' Style and Controversial Bill Come Under Fire From His Own Party
September 14 - What's Ahead: Week of Sept. 16
September 21 - 'Faith-Based Initiative' Stalled Despite Deal With Sen. Lincoln
September 21 - Cacophony Surrounding Iraq Drowns Out Domestic Issues
September 21 - What's Ahead: Week of Sept. 23
September 28 - 'One Voice' Lost in Debate Over Iraq War Resolution
September 28 - Cheney's Lawyer Claims Lawmakers Have Plenty of Ammo in Hunt for Information
September 28 - Democratic Group Finds Tough Sell In Go-Slow Approach to War
September 28 - Editor's Notebook: Placing Markers
September 28 - Getting a Quorum If Congress Is Attacked
September 28 - Gore's Rallying Cry Against Bush Clouds Issue for Fellow Democrats
September 28 - Logging Debate Holding Up Interior Bill
September 28 - Personnel Differences for Homeland Security Plan
September 28 - Personnel Issues Have Senate Stumbling on Homeland Security
September 28 - Senate Finance Chairman's Agenda Trumped by Democratic Leader
September 28 - What's Ahead: Week of Sept. 30
October 5 - Appropriators Parry Bush Move To Bypass Printing Office
October 5 - Daschle's Grip on Majority Could Slip In Tussle Over Iraq, Homeland Votes
October 5 - Democrats Scramble to Recover From Sen. Torricelli's Downfall
October 5 - Editor's Notebook: Party Lines
October 5 - House GOP Makes Time on Legislative Calendar To Write Resolutions Blaming Senate for Deadlock
October 5 - Moderates Vow to Keep Working On Homeland Security Deal
October 5 - The Late Patsy Mink, Liberal Stalwart, Still Favored to Win in November; Two Elections to Replace Her Seen
October 5 - What's Ahead: Week of Oct. 7
October 12 - Bill to Rescind Bush's Release Of Presidential Records Withers
October 12 - Broad Resolution Allows Bush To Set Terms of War Without Review
October 12 - Byrd's Beloved Chamber Deaf To His Pleas for Delayed Vote
October 12 - Concerns Linger for Lawmakers Following Difficult Vote for War
October 12 - GOP Offers Tax Break Package To Ease Pain of Stock Losses
October 12 - Goss Tries to Keep Intelligence Bill From Snagging on Sept. 11 Probe
October 12 - Homeland Security Department Adrift in Appropriations Doldrums
October 12 - House GOP Leaders Frustrated In Drive for Longer-Term CR
October 12 - Issue of Punitive Damages Still Thwarts Compromise On Terrorism Insurance Bill
October 12 - Senate Aviation Security Bill Offers Minimal Aid to Airlines
October 12 - Senate Judiciary Panel Agenda Hostage to Parties' Showdown Over Bush Appellate Nominees
October 12 - Water Projects Bill Likely Dead for Year
October 12 - What's Ahead: Week of Oct. 14
October 12 - White House Communications Aide Joins SEC as Adviser to Embattled Chief
October 19 - Battle Over Independent Sept. 11 Probe Keeps Intelligence Authorization in Limbo
October 19 - Editor's Note: Lame Excuses
October 19 - GOP Looks to New Batch of Leaders To Carry Mantle of Retiring Icons
October 19 - In Recess: Week of Oct. 21
October 19 - Judiciary Chairman Leahy Shrugs Off GOP Barbs
October 19 - Parties Use Judicial Standoff To Play to Core Constituents
October 19 - Senate Control Could Change Hands Even Before the 108th Congress
October 19 - Thinking Outside the House: Democrats Guess at Gephardt's Plans
October 26 - Bills Signed
October 26 - Editor's Notebook: Anyone Out There?
October 26 - Leadership PACs on the Rise
October 26 - Out-of-Towners Get a Shot At Leading Pro Forma Sessions
October 26 - Senate Politics Shaken Anew By a 'Death in Our Family'
October 26 - Senate Races: Melting in the Middle
October 26 - Wellstone Obituary: Proud Voice for 'Democratic Wing of the Democratic Party'
November 2 - A Dead-on-Arrival Roster
November 2 - Better Relationship With Agencies To Head New Panel Leaders' List
November 2 - Editor's Notebook: Bitter Harvest
November 2 - In a Divided Congress, Inoculation Becomes a Main Legislative Goal
November 2 - Legions of Lawyers Watching To Ensure Fair Voting on Nov. 5
November 2 - Mondale Would Be a Senate Freshman With an Elder Statesman's Perks
November 2 - Second Recess Appointment Could Cost State's Reich
November 2 - Term-Limited Intelligence Chairman Likely to Get Waiver to Stay On
November 9 - A Party Asks: Who Are We?
November 9 - Editor's Notebook: The 51 Percent Solution
November 9 - Environmentalists Put on Defense
November 9 - Ethics Panel Up in the Air
November 9 - GOP Won Midterm War by Winning Series of Small Battles
November 9 - House Committees: GOP Victories Could Mean Less Mobility in 108th
November 9 - House Democrats Begin 'Anew'
November 9 - House Overview: Nurturing the GOP Agenda
November 9 - Lame Duck May Have Legs
November 9 - Major Reuthorizations for Commerce
November 9 - More Partisan Budget Panel Expected
November 9 - New Senator Profile: Dean Barkley, I-Minn.
November 9 - On the Lame-Duck Agenda
November 9 - Santorum in Line for Rules Gavel
November 9 - Senate Changes Hands Again
November 9 - Senate Committees: New Rules for the 'A' Teams?
November 9 - Senate Overview: The Chamber of Tactics
November 9 - Status Quo for Panel on Aging
November 9 - What's Ahead: Week of Nov. 11
November 16 - Democrats Hope to Limit Their Losses As Senate Committees Take Shape
November 16 - Editor's Notebook: To The Rescue
November 16 - His Star Once Again Ascendant, Hoyer Has Big Plans for Whip's Role
November 16 - Homeland Security Department Another Victory for Administration
November 16 - House GOP Leadership Places 'Cardinals' on Precarious Perch
November 16 - House Membership of Mostly Lawyers and Veterans Now Giving Way to Bankers, Executives
November 16 - Quietly, Pryce Ascends in GOP
November 16 - Rep. Combest's Midterm Retirement Creates Four-Way Race For Coveted Agriculture Chairmanship
November 16 - Senate's Washington-Savvy Freshmen Could Wield Influence From Day One
November 16 - Solidly Backed By Her Colleagues, Pelosi Faces GOP's Sharpened Barbs
November 16 - The 108th: House Leadership
November 16 - The 108th: Senate Leadership
November 16 - Turf Battles Could Lie Ahead In Fight To Oversee Homeland Department
November 16 - What's Ahead: Week of Nov. 18
November 23 - Department's Blueprint Approved, Final Plan Far From Complete
November 23 - GOP Weighs Critical Staff Shifts To Grease the Legislative Gears
November 23 - Potential Allies Against Iraq Have a Dollar Figure in Mind
November 30 - Campaign Finance Debate Turns to Courts for Closure
November 30 - Campaign Finance's Paradox: Opposite Sides Unite for Legal Battle
November 30 - Editor's Notebook: Watching the Votes
November 30 - House Key Votes 2002
November 30 - Key Votes 2002: Strategic Muscle Gives Way To Political Will
November 30 - Senate Key Votes 2002
November 30 - State Department Bypasses Personnel Catch-22 To Give Assistant Secretary Reich a New Job
November 30 - The Long Political Life of a Man of the South
November 30 - Thurmond's Evolution
December 7 - 'Incumbent' Hawaii Democrat Ed Case May Have Edge in 44-Candidate Race To Replace Late Rep. Mink Next Year
December 7 - 'Super A' Situation Not Settled for Frist
December 7 - 2002 Legislative Summary: Campaign Finance
December 7 - 2002 Legislative Summary: Legislative Branch Appropriations
December 7 - 2002 Legislative Summary: Rep. Traficant Expelled
December 7 - 2002 Legislative Summary: Sen. Torricelli Admonished
December 7 - A Year Focused on Security, Both National and Political
December 7 - Changing Faces in the Senate: Alaska to Complete the Latest Lineup
December 7 - For 9/11 Probe, Rudman's Style Loses Points With Lott
December 7 - Highlights: 107th Congress, Second Session
December 7 - Lugar Ready to Make Up for Lost Time In Restoring Committee's Clout
December 7 - Rep.-Elect Ed Case (D-Hawaii 2)
December 14 - Compliments of the 107th: Lessons for a New Congress
December 14 - Court Ruling for Cheney In Lawsuit Seeking Records Threatens GAO's Stature
December 14 - Despite Post-Election Opportunities, Democrats Struggle to Find One Voice
December 14 - E-mail Inefficient for Some on Hill
December 14 - Editor's Notebook: Louisiana and Lott
December 14 - Leading Scorers: Voting Participation
December 14 - Lott's Civil Rights Votes
December 14 - Lott: A Candid Leader
December 14 - Party Unity Vote Study: Bracing for Battles Postponed
December 14 - President Bush's Hill-Savvy Lobbying Team
December 14 - Presidential Support Vote Study: Bush Readies Strategies for Legislative Success in 2003
December 14 - Republicans Struggle to Put Lott's Race Issue to Rest Quickly
December 14 - Three Ambitious Senate Republicans Showing No Moves Against Lott
December 14 - Vote Participation Still High
December 14 - What's Ahead

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