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 2012

January 9 - 2011 Legislative Summary: House Rules Changes
January 9 - 2011 Legislative Summary: Legislative Branch Appropriations
January 9 - 2011 Legislative Summary: Legislative Branch Appropriations
January 9 - 2011 Legislative Summary: Not Nothing, But Not Much
January 9 - A Lot of Symbolism, A Little Substance
January 9 - House: Parker
January 9 - Key Senate Vote of 2011: Germaneness of Senate Amendments
January 9 - Lukewarm Welcome for Cordray
January 16 - 2011 Vote Studies: Party Unity
January 16 - 2011 Vote Studies: Presidential Support
January 16 - 2011 Vote Studies: Voting Participation
January 16 - California Droppin'
January 16 - Conservatism Held Close to Vest
January 16 - CQ Vote Study Guide
January 16 - For Republicans, a United Front, but Tension Beneath
January 16 - Republican Partners of the Past
January 23 - Top Issues of 2012 for Obama and Congress
January 30 - 112th Congress in Transition
January 30 - Biography: Sen. Lisa Murkowski, R-Alaska
January 30 - Cyber Bill Progress: Reid Is Fundamental
January 30 - Four New Cases Opened Last Quarter by Ethics Office
January 30 - House Bids Heartfelt Farewell to Giffords
January 30 - House: Orton
January 30 - Murkowski's Diplomacy Greases Wheels For Alaska Oil Production
January 30 - Obama Keys In on Economic Equity
February 6 - 112th Congress in Transition
February 6 - Bitter GOP Rivalry Stalks Hill Unity
February 6 - Bonamici Takes Oregon Seat in Special Election to Replace Wu
February 6 - Budget Cuts To Affect Many House Panels
February 6 - Indiana's Burton to Retire After 30 Years
February 6 - Senate Backs New Restrictions on Congressional Insider Trading, Dispatches Several Amendments
February 6 - Shuler Says He Won't Run in Redrawn District
February 13 - House: Bloomquist
February 13 - Insider-Trading Bill Back in Senate
February 13 - Political Economy: Shooting at CBO
February 20 - House: Howard
February 20 - The Quiet After the Fiscal Storm
March 5 - 112th Congress in Transition
March 5 - Dicks Retirement Will Open Key Leadership Spot on Appropriations
March 5 - Dreier Retirement Spurs Speculation On Rules Committee Chairmanship
March 5 - Senate Departures: Back to Three Women for GOP?
March 5 - Snowe, Kerrey Complicate GOP Goals
March 12 - Payne, 12-Term House Member, Human Rights Activist, Dies at 77
March 12 - Two Ohio Incumbents Lose Primary Bids
March 19 - 112th Congress in Transition
March 19 - Ackerman Announces His Retirement
March 19 - For Mica, a Bumpy Year in the Driver's Seat
March 19 - Inslee to Resign To Focus on Statehouse Bid
March 19 - Senate: Metzler
March 19 - To Prevent Scandal, Just Add Paperwork
March 26 - 112th Congress in Transition
March 26 - GOP Freshman Bests 20-Year Incumbent
March 26 - Senate Clears Revised Ban on Insider Trading
April 2 - Political Class: Inside the Lexicon of Washington
April 9 - A Signal From the Hill for Romney
April 9 - Capitol Hill: Esparza Diggs
April 9 - Insider Trading Law Presents a Tech Challenge
April 9 - Time to Bid Adieu to Redrawn District
April 16 - A Some-Holds-Barred Policy?
April 23 - Congress in Transition
April 23 - Half as Many 'We the People'
April 23 - Law: Wainstein
April 23 - Rep. Towns Opts for Retirement Over Difficult Primary Fight
April 30 - Altmire and Holden Lose Their Seats in Pennsylvania Democratic Primaries
April 30 - Being Frank: I'm Not Done
April 30 - Fiscal 2013 Appropriations: Lawmakers to Tighten Own Belts
April 30 - For the Record Goes Against the Grain
April 30 - Senate: Chris Jacobs
May 14 - Authors Feel Heat for Blaming GOP
May 14 - House: Allen
May 14 - Lugar: A Statesman Is Left Behind
May 21 - Hill Spending Bill Could Threaten Dome Restoration
June 4 - Congress in Transition
June 4 - Panel Approves Cut for House Operations
June 4 - Reyes Is Latest To Be Felled by Anti-Incumbent Super PAC
June 11 - House Bill Would Trim Budgets of Many Hill Offices
June 11 - Liaison With a Light Touch
June 11 - N.J. Primary That Divided Democratic Party Ends in Landslide
June 18 - Giffords' Chosen Successor Wins Seat
June 18 - House: Williams
June 25 - Committee Mired in Moral Quandaries
July 9 - 112th Congress in Transition
July 9 - Beyond Their Means
July 9 - Boehner's Farm Bill Challenges
July 9 - Hatch Easily Wins; Rangel Is Ahead; Oklahoma's Sullivan Ousted
July 16 - 112th Congress in Transition
July 16 - Citing Hill's Lack Of 'Harmony,' Rep. McCotter Calls It Quits
July 16 - Turning a Ban on Its Ear
August 6 - Bill Will Reduce Posts Needing Confirmation
August 6 - Capitol Dome Restoration Splits Panel
August 6 - Editor's Notebook: And They're Gone
August 6 - House Reprimands Richardson for Using Her Hill Staff for Campaigning
August 6 - LaTourette Blasts Partisanship As He Announces Retirement
August 6 - Lobbying: Lopez
August 27 - Mixed Messages on Lobbyist Law
August 27 - New Address: K Street S.
August 27 - The Leader and the Pack
September 3 - Obama's Congressional Scorecard
September 10 - 112th Congress in Transition
September 10 - Boehner: The Speaker of the Unruly
September 10 - Five Questions for Mickey Edwards, Former House Member, Professor, Author and Commentator
September 10 - From Aides to Authors
September 10 - Late Summer Primaries Send Five More House Incumbents Packing
September 10 - Leaving Town Early
September 10 - Top Focus is on Stopgap Funding
September 17 - Agnostic on Agnosticism
September 17 - Capitol Hill: Oscarson
September 17 - Lawmakers' Identity Crisis
September 17 - Putting a 1940 Massacre Behind Us
October 1 - A Conventional Approach to Amending the Constitution?
October 1 - Daunting Task Lies Ahead
October 1 - Jewish Ranks May Thin on Capitol Hill
October 1 - Waters Probe Concludes With Panel Offering Suggested Rules Changes
October 1 - With Oregon's Wyden, a Transition of Power
October 8 - 'Do-Nothing' Redux
October 8 - Capitol Hill: Strayer
October 8 - Cybersquatting Hits Members
October 22 - An Excused Absence for Rep. Murphy?
October 22 - Capitol Hill: Lewan
October 22 - Five Questions for C. Fred Bergsten, Director of the Peterson Institute for International Economics
October 22 - Why the Veterans' Legislation Stalled in Pro Forma Sessions
October 29 - An Electoral Tie Could Bind the Senate
October 29 - McGovern: A Food Humanitarian
October 29 - What Won't Be Done: Legislative Branch
October 29 - Without Resolution: The Derailed Appropriations Process
November 5 - The Challenges That Await the Next President
November 12 - 'Blue Dogs' a Rare Breed
November 12 - An Agenda for the Lame Duck
November 12 - Both Parties Prepare for Changes on Senate Panels
November 12 - Compromise: The Comeback Kid of the House
November 12 - Democrats Overcome Odds, Dominate Senate Elections
November 12 - Editor's Notebook: And We Begin, Again
November 12 - Eight Contests Remain Unresolved
November 12 - Experienced Apprentices in the 113th Congress
November 12 - Little Light for Dark Money
November 12 - Redistricting a Winner for GOP and Democrats
November 12 - Rightward Shifts Since 2008
November 12 - Ryan's Road Ahead
November 12 - Seizing a Compromise After the 2012 Elections
November 12 - Tea Party Returns With Refills
November 12 - Term Limits Lead to Changes at the Top of House Panels
November 12 - The House Leadership Outlook
November 12 - The More Things Stay the Same in the Senate
November 12 - The Senate Leadership Outlook
November 12 - The Virtues of Commission
November 12 - Youth Vote Elicits Cheer
November 19 - Democrats Claim Victories in More Close Races
November 19 - Freshman: Ami Bera, D-Calif. (7)
November 19 - Freshman: David A. Curson, D-Mich. (11)
November 19 - Freshman: Kyrsten Sinema, D-Ariz. (9)
November 19 - Freshman: Raul Ruiz, D-Calif. (36)
November 19 - Freshman: Scott Peters, D-Calif. (52)
November 19 - Gather Politicians, Two by Two?
November 19 - Goldwater Library Planned
November 19 - Parties Gear Up for Lame Duck
November 19 - Redefining Republican
November 26 - 112th Congress in Transition
November 26 - Fiscal Cliff: Counting On the Number Crunchers
November 26 - Freshman: Patrick Murphy, D-Fla. (18)
November 26 - Graham's Birthright Position Risks Trouble
November 26 - Jackson Resigns House Seat as Health and Legal Struggles Mount
November 26 - Just One House Race Still Uncalled After West Concedes in Florida
November 26 - Life After Leading the CBO
November 26 - Rudman: Outspoken and Respected
November 26 - Ryan, Larson and Leadership's Limitations
December 3 - 113th Congress House Chairmen
December 3 - A Preview of Cliffs to Come
December 3 - Capitol Hill: Catanzaro
December 3 - Democrat Wins Undecided Race in North Carolina
December 3 - Demographics of the House
December 3 - Economy Absorbs Policy Uncertainty
December 3 - House GOP Announces Selections to Chair Panels in New Congress
December 3 - Off-Clock Crime Still Equals Time
December 3 - Parties Dig In on Cliff Positions
December 3 - Up Against a Deadline: A Familiar Situation for Congress
December 10 - DeMint, Emerson Leaving Congress to Lead Policy Organizations
December 10 - First for House Appropriations Panel as Woman Named Ranking Member
December 10 - More Than One Way to Gum Up the Senate
December 10 - Obama's Position of Advantage
December 10 - Pace Quickens Behind the Scenes in Fiscal Cliff Negotiations
December 10 - Senate Plays Nice on Defense
December 10 - The Carolina Shuffle: DeMint's Departure Affects Two Races
December 17 - 112th Congress in Transition
December 17 - Advocacy: Elsner
December 17 - Boustany Easily Outdistances Landry in Year's Last House Race
December 17 - Defining Marriage -- and Separation of Powers
December 17 - One Senate Day = 3,888 Hours
December 17 - Still No Path Away From Fiscal Cliff
December 31 - A Cup of Tea in a Coffee Town
December 31 - Ackerman Speaks Out
December 31 - Capitol Hill: Antrobus
December 31 - Despite Inouye's Final Wish, Hawaii Governor Appoints Schatz to Fill Seat
December 31 - Foreign Aid, Final Shot
December 31 - GOP Grounds a Rising Star
December 31 - Hill Techie Says So Long
December 31 - Inouye, President Pro Tem, Dies at 88
December 31 - Kerry for State Is Assured, Giving Menendez an Opening in the Senate
December 31 - Mikulski Takes Appropriations Chairmanship
December 31 - Scott to Succeed DeMint, Will Become First Black GOP Senator in 35 Years
December 31 - The Long and the Short of It

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