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 2001

January 6 - 2000 Vote Studies: Moderates and Mavericks Hold Key to 107th Congress
January 6 - A Closer Look at Ashcroft
January 6 - Agriculture Cabinet Nominee: Ann M. Veneman
January 6 - As Senate Convenes, Daschle and Lott Express Hope a Consensus Can Be Found
January 6 - Ashcroft Backed Genetic Privacy Bill, Opposed New Gun Show Restrictions, Voted to Curb Abortion and Cloning
January 6 - Bills Signed
January 6 - Bush Cabinet Nominees
January 6 - Cochran: Only McCain Knew
January 6 - Commerce Cabinet Nominee: Donald L. Evans
January 6 - Confirmation Difficulties
January 6 - Confirmation Hearings May Set Early Tone for Bush, Hill
January 6 - Congress Likely to Approve Compromise on Reducing Dues to United Nations
January 6 - DCCC Turns to Lowey
January 6 - Defense Cabinet Nominee: Donald H. Rumsfeld
January 6 - Early Grief for GOP Leaders In New Committee Rules
January 6 - Editor's Notebook
January 6 - Education Cabinet Nominee: Rod Paige
January 6 - Energy Cabinet Nominee: Spencer Abraham
January 6 - Environmental Protection Agency Cabinet Nominee: Christine Todd Whitman
January 6 - GOP in Position to Have Its Say When States Redraw Congressional Districts
January 6 - Health and Human Services Cabinet Nominee: Tommy G. Thompson
January 6 - House Committee: Armed Services
January 6 - House Committee: Budget
January 6 - House Committee: Education and The Workforce
January 6 - House Committee: Energy and Commerce
January 6 - House Committee: Financial Services
January 6 - House Committee: International Relations
January 6 - House Committee: Judiciary
January 6 - House Committee: Resources
January 6 - House Committee: Science
January 6 - House Committee: Small Business
January 6 - House Committee: Transportation
January 6 - House Committee: Veteran's Affairs
January 6 - House Committee: Ways and Means
January 6 - Housing and Urban Development Cabinet Nominee: Mel Martinez
January 6 - Interior Cabinet Nominee: Gale A. Norton
January 6 - Labor Cabinet Nominee: Linda Chavez
January 6 - Party Unity: Votes Belie Partisan Intensity
January 6 - Presidential Support: Clinton's Floor Vote Victories Yielded Few Accomplishments
January 6 - Rep. Shuster, Master of the Earmark, Decides to Retire at End of January, Citing Recent Health Concerns
January 6 - Rules Approved
January 6 - Senate GOP to Share Power
January 6 - State Cabinet Nominee: Colin L. Powell
January 6 - Surprise Recess Appointment
January 6 - This Week in Congress
January 6 - Traficant Thumbs a Ride With Republicans
January 6 - Transportation Cabinet Nominee: Norman Y. Mineta
January 6 - Treasury Cabinet Nominee: Paul H. O'Neill
January 6 - U.S. Signs World Court Pact With No Intention to Ratify
January 6 - Veterans Affairs Cabinet Nominee: Anthony Principi
January 6 - Vote Study Guide
January 6 - Voting Participation: Voting Rate Remains High
January 13 - Bonior Ponders Governor Bid
January 13 - Clinton Will Leave Fiscal 2002 to Bush
January 13 - Cochran's Decision to Back McCain On Campaign Finance Overhaul Signals a Break in GOP Opposition
January 13 - Defining Issues 2001: Victorious Candidates Face Hard Choices in Governing
January 13 - Editor's Notebook: Priming the Pump
January 13 - Helms' Foreign Policy Agenda Stays Conservative, Ambitious
January 13 - Myriad Forces Will Influence Redistricting Process
January 13 - NRSC Running Short On Inaugural Tickets
January 13 - PAYGO Goes by Wayside
January 13 - This Week in Congress
January 20 - A Retroactive Remedy?
January 20 - Clinton Admits False Statements
January 20 - Clinton Bids Farewell, Looks Ahead
January 20 - Congress of Relative Newcomers Poses Challenge to Bush, Leadership
January 20 - Editor's Notebook: Balance of Power, Redux
January 20 - For Departing Presidents, A 'Busy Beaver' Tradition
January 20 - Lott Denies Stevens a Spot on Budget
January 20 - Promises to Keep in 2002
January 20 - This Week in Congress
January 20 - Utah Soldiers On for Missionaries
January 27 - A Senate of Singular Personalities and Possibilities
January 27 - Campaign Finance Kickoff
January 27 - Democrats Win Postponement Of Committee Vote on Ashcroft, But GOP Still Confident of Outcome
January 27 - Editor's Notebook: Changing of the Guard
January 27 - Keeping It in the Family?
January 27 - Miller: Why So Surprised?
January 27 - Roemer Says He Won't Run For 7th Term
January 27 - The Price of Unauthorized Appropriations
February 3 - A Defining Role for DeLay?
February 3 - Ashcroft Wins Confirmation By Narrowest Margin in Decades
February 3 - Democrats Still Jostling for Seats
February 3 - Election Study Bill Offered by Two Senators
February 3 - GOP Members Grapple With Roles As Bush Team Players
February 3 - Senate Democrats On Ashcroft
February 3 - Two Emerge in California's 32nd
February 10 - Centrists vs. Waivers
February 10 - Debate Set For Campaign Finance Bill
February 10 - Editor's Note: Not Business as Usual
February 10 - This Week in Congress
February 17 - Breaking the Tie: Parties Seek Formula for Majority Status
February 17 - Congress' Response to Pardon Granted to Fugitive by Clinton Is Unlikely to Go Beyond Hearings
February 17 - Key Senate Committees Bog Down Over Implementation of Power-Sharing
February 17 - Political Awakenings
February 17 - Virginia, New Jersey Races May Serve As Referendums on GOP Rule
February 24 - Rep. Graham Announces Senate Bid
February 24 - Second Thoughts
February 24 - Shuster Son on Track for House Seat
March 3 - Broad Coalition of Groups Opposes Curb on Issue Ads In McCain-Feingold Bill
March 3 - Census Panel Advises Against 'Sampling'
March 3 - Raising the Stakes
March 3 - Supreme Court Strikes Down Missouri Term Limit Label Law
March 3 - Tax Fight Energizes Democrats
March 10 - Debating McCain-Feingold
March 10 - GOP Rep. Ganske to Seek Democratic Sen. Harkin's Seat, Opening Up Competitive District in Iowa
March 10 - Jigsaw Politics
March 10 - Michigan's Map Wars
March 10 - National Parties Mobilize For Battle Over Lines
March 10 - Panel Easily Approves Education Bill, Deferring Fights on Vouchers And 'Charter States' to Senate Floor
March 10 - Regulatory Agency Struggles With Torrent of Money
March 10 - Riders to Tell If Campaign Finance Bill Flies or Dies
March 10 - This Week in Congress
March 10 - Vice Presidential What-Ifs
March 17 - '527' Law Gratifies Political Watchdogs; Affected Groups See Mixed Results
March 17 - As Campaign Finance Debate Nears, Maneuvers and Worries Intensify
March 17 - Bush Calls for Drilling on Lands Designated as Monuments
March 17 - For OMB Choice, the Heat Could Be Worse
March 17 - GOP Aims to Turn Tables On Texas Democrats
March 17 - No Allowance, but Look at the Perks
March 17 - Of Pork, Pride and Kindred Spirits
March 17 - Sharing Minority Concerns
March 17 - This Week in Congress
March 24 - A Hard Look at Big Soft-Money Donors
March 24 - Backing Off the Whip
March 24 - Bush Signs Bill to Overturn Ergonomics Regulations
March 24 - Fetal Protection Bill Heads to Full Committee
March 24 - House Won't Be Rushed Into Moving An Overhaul Bill, Leaders Say
March 24 - Key Changes to the Senate Bill
March 24 - McCain-Feingold Tradeoffs Heighten Qualms Within Coalition
March 24 - Panel Approves Juvenile Crime Bill Free of Hot-Button Provisions On Gun Control and Punishment
March 24 - Prospects Bleak for Election Panel
March 24 - The Conference Question, Part 2
March 24 - Virginia Senators Urge Bush To Reappoint Gregory
March 31 - 'Spam' Control Measure Approved By House Panel
March 31 - A Third Force
March 31 - A Win for Democratic Unity
March 31 - Bill Would Revamp Interest Law
March 31 - Doing It the Hard Way
March 31 - Fetal Assault Measure Gets Panel's Nod
March 31 - INS, an Agency of Conflicting Missions, Could Be Split in Two Under Bush Plan
March 31 - Juvenile Justice Block Grant Bill Approved
March 31 - McCain-Feingold Survives Hard Fight Over Soft Money
March 31 - Measure to Reduce SEC Fees, Enhance Salaries Gains in House
March 31 - Murray and Watson Lead Race To Succeed the Late Rep. Dixon; Becerra a Long Shot for L.A. Mayor
March 31 - Norman Sisisky Dead at 73; A Builder of Bipartisanship And Aircraft Carriers
March 31 - Political Adversaries Unite to Push For Repeal of 'Secret Evidence' Law
March 31 - This Week in Congress
March 31 - Vigorous Court Challenges Ahead Despite Non-Severability's Defeat
March 31 - West Virginia Democrats Draw a Bead on Capito
April 7 - Arkansas Senate Passes Democrats' Remap
April 7 - Bill Would Reinstate Labor Policy
April 7 - Gone but Not Forgotten
April 7 - GOP Districts' Population Explosion
April 7 - Helms Wants to Cut Off Test-Ban Money
April 7 - Hobby Horse to Stalking-Horse
April 7 - House Democrats' Tepid Response May Imperil McCain-Feingold
April 7 - House Judiciary Panel Approves Supermajority Bill
April 7 - In Iowa, Redistricting Without Rancor
April 7 - No Detente
April 7 - Thomas to Bush: Save Medicare From Hill Politics
April 7 - Upcoming Supreme Court Ruling Could Undermine McCain-Feingold
April 14 - Bush Budget Provides Total Tally for 2002 Games
April 14 - California Primary Winner Likely to Succeed Rep. Dixon
April 14 - Democrats See Brighter Days In a Shared Spotlight
April 14 - Field Filling Up for Virginia Race To Succeed Late Rep. Sisisky
April 14 - Huckabee Gets Redistricting Bill
April 14 - Iowa Remap Proposal Could Cause Republican Dislocation
April 14 - Sen. Bond Casts Critical Eye on Voter Registration
April 14 - Support of Campaign Finance Overhaul Collides With First Amendment Protection On Newspaper Editorial Boards
April 14 - Uncertainty is Rule for 2002
April 21 - 14 House Committee Seats Wait to Be Filled
April 21 - Checking Chocola?
April 21 - Commissions on China Getting Down to Business
April 21 - Minority Rights, 13th Seat Are Wild Cards in Raleigh
April 21 - The Courting of Sen. Cleland
April 21 - The Merits of Power
April 21 - This Week in Congress
April 21 - Voting Systems Challenged
April 28 - Activists Eye Cox's Chair
April 28 - After First Hundred Days, Bush Emerges as Pragmatic Warrior
April 28 - Conference Seats Still Cold
April 28 - Fetal Protection Bill Passes House Despite Strong Democratic Resistance; Senate Prospects Are Uncertain
April 28 - Flurry of Paperwork Turning Into Blizzard
April 28 - For Bush's Judicial Nominees, A Tough Tribunal Awaits
April 28 - Hill Urged to Revive Fading Passion To Fix National Voting Problems
April 28 - Spring Thaw
April 28 - Supreme Opportunity
April 28 - The Interest-Group Gantlet
April 28 - The Process of Selecting a Judge
April 28 - This Week in Congress
April 28 - Torricelli Defends His Integrity In Meeting With Fellow Democrats As More Illegal-Gift Allegations Surface
April 28 - White House-Hill Comity Gets Thumbs-Up From Voters
May 5 - 'Blue Slip' Issue Claims First Casualties As Democrats Walk Out of Meeting On Justice Department Nominees
May 5 - All Intents and Purposes
May 5 - Arkansas Is First Again As Map Measure Becomes Law
May 5 - Booming Nevada Rolls a 3 in Remap
May 5 - Bush's Bid to Extend Immigration Measure May Set Up a Test of Leadership on Issue
May 5 - Demand for Voting System Overhaul May Stall House Campaign Finance Bill
May 5 - Democratic Leaders on Hill Don't Ring Bell With Public
May 5 - Democratic-Controlled Panel Takes Charge of Indiana Remap
May 5 - GOP Taps State Sen. Forbes For Va. Special House Election
May 5 - Incumbents' Interests Move to Fore in Missouri
May 5 - Iowa Senate Nixes Redistricting Plan
May 5 - Senate Officer to Head INS
May 5 - This Week in Congress
May 5 - Traficant Responds Defiantly to Corruption Indictment
May 5 - Utah GOP Floats A Salt Lake Split-Up
May 12 - Alan Frumin on Making Everyone Equally Dissatisfied
May 12 - As Florida Limelight Ebbs, GOP Ambitions Flourish
May 12 - Bush's Judicial Nominees
May 12 - Democrats Look to Regain Lost Ground in Maryland
May 12 - Election Process Review Picks Up Steam in Congress
May 12 - Gaming Profits Help Tribes Build Influence in Washington
May 12 - Gov. Bush Appears to Have Weathered Political Storm Over Brother's Election
May 12 - Indiana Democrats Advance Remap
May 12 - Lazio Presses the Flesh for Financial Group
May 12 - Missouri Senate Republicans' Remap Plan Targets Gephardt
May 12 - Parties Watch 'Swing' District In Virginia for Early Clues To Electorate's Mood in 2002
May 12 - Rep. Traficant Pleads Not Guilty, Challenges Federal Probers' Integrity; Both Parties to Field Challengers in 2002
May 12 - Senate's Agenda to Rest on Rulings Of Referee Schooled by Democrats
May 12 - Split-Ticket Voting Lowest in 48 Years
May 12 - This Week in Congress
May 12 - World War II Memorial May Get Push in Congress
May 19 - Connecticut Prepares To Sacrifice a Seat
May 19 - Election Overhaul Regains Spotlight With Introduction of Competing Bills To Assist States and Set Standards
May 19 - House to Debate Campaign Finance Bill In July; McCain's Office Decries 'Delay'
May 19 - Lott's Hold on Campaign Finance Bill a Non-Issue to Shays
May 19 - Lovett Lobbies for Artists
May 19 - Missouri Solidifies Gephardt's Advantage
May 19 - Oregon Democrats Urge Kitzhaber To Take On Sen. Smith in 2002
May 19 - Parceling Portland in Remap
May 19 - Purse Strings
May 19 - Reflecting Many of the Same Values, Bill Shuster Wins Election To Fill His Father's House Seat
May 26 - An Unassuming Authority
May 26 - Anguished Transformation From Maverick to Outcast
May 26 - Appropriations: Stretching Spending
May 26 - Banking: Siding With Consumers
May 26 - Can Bush Stay the Course?
May 26 - For Now, Lott Stays as Leader
May 26 - GOP Losing Yankee Ingenuity
May 26 - House Clears Bill to Reduce Delays in World War II Memorial
May 26 - House Judiciary Wins Role in Reviewing Broadband Bill
May 26 - Jeffords Says 'Substantive Reservations'About President's Agenda Prompted His Split With GOP
May 26 - Jeffords' Switch Unlikely to Mean A Change in Voting Habits
May 26 - Pelosi and Hoyer Positioning for Whip Job
May 26 - Rep. Scarborough to Resign in Fall
May 26 - Rules: A Shift on Election Standards
May 26 - Ruling Frees Boehner Lawsuit From Limbo
May 26 - Senate Gives Olson the Nod By 51-47 Vote
May 26 - Shakeup In the Senate
May 26 - Spilled Milk in Vermont
May 26 - The House's New Burden
May 26 - The Transfer Of Leadership
May 26 - What Jeffords Has Wrought
June 2 - A Change in Attitude and Latitude Over Energy Policy in the Senate
June 2 - Early Test for Chairman Jeffords: How to Handle Blocked EPA Nominees
June 2 - Election 'Reform' Movement Gives Way to Caution
June 2 - Election, Campaign Finance Issues Move Low-Profile Panel Into Spotlight
June 2 - GOP Seeks Concessions In Return for Full Power Transfer
June 2 - Illinois Remap Deal Bolsters Most Incumbents
June 2 - Massachusetts Rep. Moakley Dies; Remembered for Humane Spirit, Support for the Less Fortunate
June 2 - The Human Factor
June 2 - The Power of Congress
June 2 - This Week in Congress
June 2 - Traficant as Shock Jock
June 2 - Varied Needs, Varied Systems
June 9 - Bush and the Senate
June 9 - Bush Will Nominate Tennessee Banker for Federal Reserve Seat
June 9 - Daschle Promises to Smooth Rough Reality of 50 Plus 1
June 9 - From Mailroom to Top Aide
June 9 - Hansen Offers Bill to Tighten Monument Designation Process
June 9 - Higher Pay for Restless House Aides?
June 9 - House Leaders Refuse to Take Up Senate-Passed Bankruptcy Bill
June 9 - Judiciary Panel Plans Changes In 'Broadband' Web Access Bill
June 9 - Longtime Political Activist, Experienced State Legislator Is Elected to Succeed Rep. Dixon
June 9 - Rep. Largent Resigning to Run For Governor of Oklahoma; Urges Prompt Succession
June 9 - Senate Democrats' Priorities Drafted With an Eye on 2002
June 9 - Senate GOP Backs Down From Dispute Over Handling of Nominees
June 9 - Senate Passes Copyright Bill To Facilitate 'Distance Learning'
June 9 - Senators Target Global Warming
June 9 - Senators' Shifting Prospects
June 9 - Some Democrats Express Concerns About Proposed Contribution Limits, Clouding Outlook for House Debate
June 9 - This Week in Congress
June 9 - Torricelli's Troubles and a Split Senate
June 9 - Tossup Race in Virginia's 4th Draws National Attention
June 16 - Art of the Deal
June 16 - Bill Would Broaden Access to FBI Files on Rogue Insurance Agents
June 16 - Finding a District to Call Home
June 16 - GOP Leaders Opt for Moderate In New Jersey Governor's Primary
June 16 - GOP Opts to Go Down Fighting As Organizing Talks Break Off
June 16 - Kennedy Exit Alters Race
June 16 - This Week in Congress
June 16 - Tilting at Stock Analysts and Other Windmills
June 23 - 'Fast-Track' Compromise Revisited
June 23 - A Seat on Rules, Anyone?
June 23 - Burton Out Front in Drive to 'Clean Up the FBI'
June 23 - New Senate Commerce Chairman Blasts Tauzin-Dingell Bill
June 23 - Of Politics, Pinwheels And Party Lines
June 23 - Parsing the Veto Threat
June 23 - Randy Forbes, R-Va.
June 23 - Rival Campaign Finance Bills' Prospects in House May Hinge On Allaying Black Caucus' Concerns
June 23 - Southern Baptists Take 'Free Speech' Stance on Campaign Finance Bills
June 23 - This Week in Congress
June 23 - Virginia Special Election Victory Gives Bragging Rights to GOP
June 30 - 'Hard Money' Limits Upheld
June 30 - Daschle Parlays Shaky Majority Into Solid Legislative Triumph
June 30 - Daschle's 'Cheap Shot'
June 30 - Iowa Incumbents Stake Out Turf After Redistricting
June 30 - Plenty of Sparks Generated By Senate's Power Transfer
June 30 - The Triple Threat of Politics
June 30 - With House Debate Set After Recess, Campaign Finance Sponsors Court Support
July 7 - Campaign Finance Decision Could Come Down to the Wire
July 7 - Can Lieberman Find a Way to Expand e-Government?
July 7 - Counting Votes
July 7 - Democrats Already at Work Trying to Put House in Order
July 7 - Farm Aid Disputes
July 7 - Farm Watch
July 7 - Getting Government Back Into the Farm Business
July 7 - GOP Players in Stem Cell Debate
July 7 - GOP Split by Ideology As Bush Weighs Stem Cell Ruling
July 7 - Lobbyists Work to Keep Rights Intact For U.S. Victims of Overseas Terrorism
July 7 - Media Squeezed in Fight for Office Space
July 7 - Prayer Breakfasts Offer Haven From Partisan Battles
July 7 - Specter's Trigger Request
July 7 - This Week in Congress
July 7 - Trade Negotiations May Constrain Farm-State Protection Plans
July 14 - A Bitter Day for the GOP
July 14 - After the Fall
July 14 - Against the Grain
July 14 - Can Rebels Force House Leaders' Hand?
July 14 - Cheney Task Force Probe Puts GAO Chief in Hot Seat
July 14 - Confirmation Hearing on Gregory Marks First Senate Action on Backlog Of Bush's Judicial Nominees
July 14 - Daschle Backs Off Plan To Repossess Press Space
July 14 - Mild-Mannered Rebel Shays Takes Leaders' Attacks in Stride
July 14 - Not Victory but Vitriol For Campaign Finance Bill
July 14 - This Week in Congress
July 14 - Under Virginia's Remap, Incumbents Win
July 21 - 'Welcome to the Majority'
July 21 - Backers Prepare Discharge Petition To End Shays-Meehan Bill Standoff
July 21 - Bankruptcy Bill Calls for More Judges
July 21 - Condit Sticks to Schedule; Democrats Assess His Future
July 21 - Coverdell Honored -- After Some Dissent
July 21 - Deutsch Asks Ethics Panel To Probe Buyer
July 21 - EPA Plans to Revise Clinton-Era Runoff Water Regulations
July 21 - House Panel Approves Bill To Improve Voting Systems
July 21 - House Passes Flag-Burning Resolution
July 21 - New Day for Hutchinson
July 21 - Playing by the Rules
July 21 - Revolt of the Moderates Tests House Leadership
July 21 - Sen. Reid: The Great Facilitator Of the New Democratic Majority
July 21 - Senate Confirms Graham To Head OMB Regulatory Office
July 21 - Senate Confirms Gregory
July 21 - This Week in Congress
July 21 - U.S. Participation in Madrid Protocol Takes a Step Forward
July 21 - Upgrades for Voting Machines
July 28 - A Longley May Seek Nod in Maine 2nd
July 28 - Congress Promises Action Soon To Fund Voting System Upgrades, But Program Details Far From Resolved
July 28 - Daschle Determined to Weigh In on International Issues
July 28 - Loyalty and Nuance
July 28 - Miller Hot in Sunshine State
July 28 - Poultry States to Chao: Dump 'Don and Doff' Rule
July 28 - Senate Committee Approves Rep. Hutchinson for DEA Spot
July 28 - Social Security Report Assailed
July 28 - This Week in Congress
July 28 - White House Releases Memos On Environment to Senate Panel
August 4 - A Re-Energized Alliance
August 4 - Abortive Plan for NCAA Games in Casinos Spurs Debate on College Sports Betting
August 4 - Ethics Panel Clears Buyer Of Wrongdoing
August 4 - FBI, INS, DEA Chiefs Confirmed
August 4 - Fund Industry Divided Over Privatizing Social Security
August 4 - GOP Boycotts Election Overhaul Vote
August 4 - In the House, a Tug of War Over Tenet
August 4 - Panel Votes to Curb President's Power to Designate Monuments
August 4 - Pennsylvania's Coyne to Retire At End of Year
August 4 - School Prayer Debate Resurfaces on Education Bill
August 4 - Senate Confirms Pitt To Be the Next SEC Chairman
August 4 - Shays-Meehan Floor Petition Posting Gains
August 4 - The Key to Key Votes
August 4 - Veterans Benefits Bills Advance in House and Senate
August 11 - Burning Dollars for Biomass Research?
August 11 - Bush Upsets Unions by Choosing Scalia
August 11 - Despite Series of Court Rulings, State Officials Are Left Guessing
August 11 - Dispute Over Cheney Documents Shaping Up as Significant Test Of Executive Privilege
August 11 - Groups Rally to Preserve the Polling Place
August 11 - Microsoft Faces More Unwanted Attention on Hill
August 11 - New Twists In the Old Debate On Race and Representation
August 11 - Parties to Spend Recess Rallying the Public Ahead of Autumn Policy Showdowns
August 11 - Rewriting the Law
September 1 - A Very Public Invitation
September 1 - Condit's District May Face Overhaul As Democrats Weigh Remapping To Hold Threatened House Seat
September 1 - Familiarity Breeds Lead for Lynch in Special Election
September 1 - Fresh From a Set of Hill Victories, Can Labor Keep the Momentum?
September 1 - Hoffa Seeks End to Oversight
September 1 - Immigration Debate Gains Intensity As Hill Awaits Details From Bush
September 1 - Oklahoma Governor's Proposal For Consolidating House Seats Could Pit Watts Against Istook
September 1 - This Week in Congress
September 1 - Trade and Consequences: Taking 'Fast Track' Debate on the Road
September 1 - Trendspotting
September 1 - Unhurried Pace of Judicial Confirmations Is Typical of a President's First Year
September 8 - Bills Signed
September 8 - Bush Calls Issue 'Incredibly Complex' After Mexico's Fox Urges Haste On Revised U.S. Immigration Policy
September 8 - California Democrats' Plan To Protect Their Gains in House Prompts GOP Rep. Horn to Retire
September 8 - Democrats Now Looking to Dixie for House Gains
September 8 - Democrats Pelosi and Hoyer Stress Party-Building Ability In House Whip Contest
September 8 - Ganske: Defeat With Honor
September 8 - GOP's House Edge: Thin and Comfortless
September 8 - New Executive-Privilege Case Brewing?
September 8 - Race Will Test Depth of Voter Allegiance To GOP in President's Home State
September 8 - Senate Conservatives Lose Another Powerful Nonconformist
September 8 - This Week in Congress
September 8 - Under the Klieg Lights
September 15 - A Legislative Agenda in Limbo
September 15 - Anti-Terrorism Legislation
September 15 - Assassination Ban Questioned
September 15 - Bush Calls Upon Americans To Unite in 'Monumental Struggle Of Good vs. Evil' After Terrorist Attacks
September 15 - Committees' Profiles Change As Priorities Are Shuffled
September 15 - Executive Powers in Crises Are Shaped By Precedent, Personality, Public Opinion
September 15 - Flawed Intelligence: No Easy Fix
September 15 - For Bush, a Transforming Event
September 15 - From Big News to Back Page
September 15 - If This Means War, What Does 'War' Mean?
September 15 - Joint Congressional Resolutions Authorizing Military Retaliation, Condemning Terrorist Attacks
September 15 - Labor's Love for Lynch Puts Him in Special Position
September 15 - Some Members Sat Tight as Danger Loomed
September 15 - This Week in Congress
September 15 - War Footing
September 22 - Attorney General's Proposals
September 22 - Beneath Capitol's Harmony, Debate Simmers Patiently
September 22 - Bush Issues Ultimatum to Taliban, Calls Upon Nation and World To Unite and Destroy Terrorism
September 22 - California Democrats' Remap Puts Two of Their Own in Tough Spots
September 22 - Candidates Gradually Resume Campaigning, With Partisanship Muted
September 22 - Constituents Back Lee's Vote
September 22 - Electronic Surveillance As a Tool Against Terrorism
September 22 - Embracing Homeland Defense
September 22 - Fast Action Expected on Brownfields
September 22 - House Passes Bill to Consolidate Juvenile Justice Programs
September 22 - Immigration Debate Reverses Direction
September 22 - Making Law in an Easy Target: Capitol Goes on 'High Alert'
September 22 - Relevant Committees
September 22 - Several Bush Nominees Get Quick Nods From Senate
September 22 - The Public's Vessel
September 22 - This Week in Congress
September 29 - Committees Taking a Critical Look At Ashcroft's Request for Broad New Powers
September 29 - Congress Fearful of Ceding Too Much Foreign Policy Control
September 29 - Defining Homeland Security
September 29 - House Clears Payment of Debt to U.N. As Anti-Terrorism Effort Takes Priority
September 29 - In for the Duration: Few Senators Retiring
September 29 - Razorbacks Head to Runoff
October 6 - An Extended Stay for Congress This Year?
October 6 - Backers of Israel Voice Concern
October 6 - Bowles Joins Democratic Field In North Carolina Senate Race
October 6 - Defense Bill Conferees Face Sharp Division Over Base Closings
October 6 - Defense Is Key Issue in South Carolina GOP House Primary
October 6 - Democratic Whip Race: Nancy Pelosi
October 6 - Democratic Whip Race: Steny H. Hoyer
October 6 - Editor's Notebook: Sizing Up
October 6 - Fixing U.S. Intelligence: A Cultural Revolution
October 6 - Florida's Harris Launches House Bid
October 6 - Foreign Operations Spending Bill On Choppy Course in Senate
October 6 - Georgia Remap Merges 2 GOP-Held Districts
October 6 - Honoring a Son of Illinois
October 6 - Hoyer's and Pelosi's 3-Year Race for Whip: It's All Over but the Voting
October 6 - Hoyer: A Polished Party Loyalist Promises Greater Outreach
October 6 - Intelligence Highlights
October 6 - Mike Mansfield Dies at Age 98; Led Senate During Tumultuous Era Of Vietnam War, Civil Rights Legislation
October 6 - Pelosi: A Tireless Fundraiser Sees Herself as a 'Fresh' Face
October 6 - Precision Weapons Against Terrorism: Covert Operations and Special Forces
October 6 - Press Restricted After Thurmond's Collapse
October 6 - Review Backs Technology Investment To Counter Asymmetric Threats
October 6 - Sparring Over Judges - Again
October 6 - Texas Remap Ruling Endangers Democrats
October 6 - This Week in Congress
October 6 - Warnings and Recommendations From Recent Commissions on Terrorism
October 13 - Editor's Notebook: Instincts of War
October 13 - Milestones for Women in Congress
October 13 - Pelosi's Vote-Counting Prowess Earns Her the House Democrats' No. 2 Spot
October 13 - Re-Energizing the Money Chase
October 13 - Shays-Meehan Next Year?
October 13 - Texas Redistricting: On Second Thought . . .
October 20 - Editor's Notebook: Making Sense of Symbolism
October 20 - Massachusetts' Lynch, Florida's Miller Elected to 2 of House's 4 Vacancies; Nominees Chosen in Arkansas
October 20 - Miller, Chafee Top Senate Mavericks
October 20 - Rep. Sununu to Challenge Sen. Smith, Heeding Call From GOP Insiders Worried About Incumbent's Electability
October 20 - The Daschle Factor in South Dakota's Senate Race
October 27 - ANWR and Career Options
October 27 - With Next Election Only a Year Away, Proponents of Ballot Overhaul Focus Their Hopes on 2004
November 3 - Ex-Sen. Pressler Hoping to 'Do the House Thing'
November 3 - Fewer Incumbents Retiring?
November 3 - Redistricting Gift a Little Snug for Holt
November 3 - Remaps' Clear Trend: Incumbent Protection
November 10 - Editor's Notebook: Countdown to Nov. 5
November 10 - Editor's Notebook: Countdown to Nov. 5
November 17 - POLITICS & ELECTIONS: Vote Overhaul Faces Tough Conference
November 17 - REDISTRICTING: Court-Ordered Remap Aids Texas Incumbents
November 24 - ELECTIONS: In Fight for the House, Democrats Go South
November 24 - ELECTIONS: Republican Wins Contest To Succeed Rep. Hutchinson In Arkansas 3rd District
November 24 - POLITICS: N. Carolinas Clayton Says She Will Retire
December 1 - CONGRESSIONAL AFFAIRS: Cookseys Mission to the Middle East: Fact-Finding a Way Past Controversy
December 1 - POLITICS & ELECTIONS: Condit Down, but Declines to Back Out
December 1 - POLITICS & ELECTIONS: Rep. Schaffer Will Honor Self-Imposed Term Limit But Regrets Taking the Pledge
December 1 - REDISTRICTING: Incumbent Security Trend Spreads to North Carolina
December 8 - Health Care, Other Domestic Issues Expected Back for Second Session
December 8 - Home-State Party Rival Gives Up Effort To Obliterate Meehan's House District
December 8 - New Turf No Blessing For Some Incumbents
December 15 - Balloting Overhaul Bill Passes House And Makes Sudden Strides in Senate; Packages Differ in Key Respects
December 22 - 2001 Legislative Summary: Election Reform
December 22 - House Key Vote: Campaign Finance (Vote 228)
December 22 - Senate Key Vote: Campaign Finance (Vote 64)
December 22 - South Carolina's Wilson Sworn In at Last Minute, Completing Hill Roster
December 22 - Supporters Within Striking Distance Of Forcing a Vote on Shays-Meehan

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