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 2018

January 8 - 2018 Legislative Preview: Midterms Overpower the Agenda
January 8 - 2018 Legislative Preview: Russia
January 8 - Failure to Repeal Johnson Amendment Doesn't Shake Religious Right's Faith in Trump
January 8 - Next Challenge for GOP: Primaries
January 16 - Arpaio Looks Strong in Arizona Primary
January 16 - Banks Look to Buttress Establishment in 2018
January 16 - Capitol Hill Comings and Goings
January 16 - Checks and Balance: Writing Checks Gives K Street a Check on Policy
January 16 - The Public's Predictions on the Midterms
January 22 - At Odds With His District, Walz Sticks With Impeachment Push
January 22 - Franken Fallout Still Hitting Democrats
January 22 - Two New Senators Result in an Array of Changes on Committees
January 29 - Capitol Hill Comings and Goings
January 29 - Redistricting Fights Heat Up
February 5 - A Brief History of the First African-American Member of Congress
February 5 - Capitol Hill Comings and Goings
February 5 - CQ Survey: Congressional Aides Predict DACA Fix
February 5 - Some Senators Are Just Not That Welcome Back Home
February 5 - The Shadow Over Bernie Sanders in 2020
February 5 - We're Not There Yet, But Some Say a Constitutional Crisis Looms
February 12 - Changing of the Guard at Economic Policy Institute
February 12 - Where Trump Is Popular and Where He's Not
February 26 - Against the Odds, Blue State GOP Governors Win Popularity Contest
March 5 - 18 to Watch in '18: Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, D-N.Y.
March 5 - Checks and Balance: Shunning Corporate Cash: Smoke Signal or Just Smoke?
March 5 - CQ's Annual People to Watch: 18 for '18
March 5 - House Committee Leadership Is Becoming a Game of Musical Chairs
March 5 - Liberal Groups Spend $1 Million to Primary Democrat Lipinski
March 12 - Capitol Hill Comings and Goings
March 19 - Capitol Insiders: Good News for Gridlock Lovers
March 19 - Evangelical Christians Stick With Trump Despite Transgressions
March 19 - Small Donations Add Up to Big Bucks for Some House Members
April 9 - Democrats Licking Their Chops on Tariffs
April 9 - Some Vulnerable Republicans Still Have Weak Challengers
April 9 - That Time a Lawmaker Won a Special Election -- For His Own Seat
April 16 - In the Spotlight: Conor Lamb
April 16 - It's Trump's Party Now, as Ryan Prepares to Step Aside
April 23 - Fallout from Lipinski Primary Continues
April 23 - Shouting at Snakes and Other Oddities From the 2018 Campaign Ad Season
May 7 - Bankers Jump Into Midterm Ad Fray
May 21 - 'The Fight for the Soul of the Democratic Party'
May 21 - A Pack of Potential Blue Dogs
May 21 - Redistricting Looms Large in 2018 Elections
May 21 - The Blue Dogs Are Barking Again
May 21 - Women on the Verge of a Breakthrough on House Appropriations
June 4 - Quandary for Democrats: Impeachment
June 4 - The Blue State Democratic Senator Who Most Often Sides With Trump
June 4 - The Young Are Running for Office, but Can They Win?
June 11 - CQ Data Bank: Strangers in a Campaign in Pennsylvania
June 18 - CQ Poll: GOP Congressional Aides Come Around to Trump
June 25 - Backing Trump's Bench Picks Can Be Risky for Democrats
June 25 - Democrats Search for a Winning Campaign Strategy on Immigration
June 25 - Some Races Will Be Bilingual This Fall
July 9 - A Visit to the Balkans Casts Light on the Divisions in America
July 9 - Questions Abound on Election's Vulnerability to Hackers
July 9 - The Dizzying Life of Midcycle Newbies
July 16 - Democrats From Divided Districts Vote With GOP More in 2018
July 16 - Russia Report: Unpunished for Meddling, Moscow Gears Up Again
July 23 - Checks and Balance: The Power of Little Money Will Be Tested This Fall
July 23 - Divide Over Israel Widens in Democratic Party
July 23 - Super PAC Spends More to Defend Democrats Than Attack Republicans
July 30 - Lawmakers Outside Leadership Who Are Most Generous to Colleagues
September 4 - 2006 vs. 2018: How Election History is Already Repeating Itself.
September 4 - Fall Legislative Preview: Election Security
September 4 - Socialism: All the Rage or Totally Passe?
September 4 - The Week Ahead in Washington
September 10 - Checks and Balance: Empty Campaign Rhetoric Can Do More Harm Than Good
September 10 - Gauging Kyl's Impact in the Senate
September 10 - Primary Challengers Aren't Always More Partisan in Congress
September 10 - Schumer Navigates the Resistance While Working Across the Aisle
September 17 - A Final Roundup of Bad Primary Ads
September 17 - Aspiring Blue Dogs Face Fierce Fights
September 24 - In the Spotlight: Rep. Mimi Walters
September 24 - It's Baaaccck! Health Care Law Again Front and Center in Midterms
September 24 - The 25 Incumbents Who Have Been Outraised by Challengers
October 1 - Checks and Balance: As Influence Wanes, Business PACs Look to Polish Image
October 1 - Q&A With Democratic Pollster Brad Bannon
October 1 - Republicans in Trouble Going Into Midterms. Let Us Count the Ways.
October 1 - Voter-Suppression Concerns Raised by Citizenship Backlog
October 9 - It's Pollster vs. Pollster in Surprisingly Tight Senate Race
October 9 - Words and Deeds Can Come Back to Haunt Incumbents in Tight Races
October 15 - Capitol Insiders Assess the Pressing Issues Heading Into Midterms
October 15 - In the Spotlight: Rep. Mike Bishop
October 15 - Many Lawmakers Oppose Climate Action Despite Threat to Districts
October 15 - New Coalition Works on Breaking Down Barriers to Voting
October 15 - The Week Ahead in Washington
October 22 - Election Assistance Commission: Crippled Agency at a Critical Time
October 22 - Just a Handful of Gingrich Revolutionaries Are Left in Congress
October 22 - Some House Members Face a Whole New Electorate in 2018
October 29 - Capitol Insiders Make Their Predictions on the Midterms
October 29 - Challenges in Predicting Midterms Have Polling Industry on Edge
October 29 - Checking 'None of the Above' on the Religion Box
October 29 - Endless Love: Republicans Poised to Stand by Trump, Win or Lose
October 29 - Enormous Stakes for Both Parties in the Midterm Elections
October 29 - He Could Be the Last Republican Standing in New Jersey
October 29 - Lawmakers Looking to Trade the House for a Mansion
October 29 - Liberal Grass-Roots Grow Deeper Since Trump
October 29 - Many Voting Systems Still Vulnerable to Cyberattacks
October 29 - They Saved the Worst for Last: Bad Ads, Vol. 3
October 29 - We the People: At Last, a Midterm That's Energized the Electorate
November 12 - 116th Congress: Both Legislating and Investigating Will Be Tough
November 12 - 116th Congress: Demographics
November 12 - 116th Congress: Departing Members of the 115th
November 12 - 116th Congress: Departures From House Committees
November 12 - 116th Congress: Departures From Senate Committees
November 12 - 116th Congress: House Administration Committee
November 12 - 116th Congress: House Agriculture Committee
November 12 - 116th Congress: House Appropriations Committee
November 12 - 116th Congress: House Armed Services Committee
November 12 - 116th Congress: House Battlegrounds in 2020
November 12 - 116th Congress: House Budget Committee
November 12 - 116th Congress: House Education and the Workforce Committee
November 12 - 116th Congress: House Energy and Commerce Committee
November 12 - 116th Congress: House Ethics Committee
November 12 - 116th Congress: House Financial Services Committee
November 12 - 116th Congress: House Foreign Affairs Committee
November 12 - 116th Congress: House Homeland Security Committee
November 12 - 116th Congress: House Intelligence Committee
November 12 - 116th Congress: House Judiciary Committee
November 12 - 116th Congress: House Natural Resources Committee
November 12 - 116th Congress: House Oversight and Government Reform Committee
November 12 - 116th Congress: House Rules Committee
November 12 - 116th Congress: House Science, Space and Technology Committee
November 12 - 116th Congress: House Small Business Committee
November 12 - 116th Congress: House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee
November 12 - 116th Congress: House Veterans' Affairs Committee
November 12 - 116th Congress: House Ways & Means Committee
November 12 - 116th Congress: How Democrats Took the House and Lost the Senate
November 12 - 116th Congress: How the Senate Changes
November 12 - 116th Congress: In the Senate, the 'Resist Caucus' Prepares for 2020
November 12 - 116th Congress: Senate Aging Committee
November 12 - 116th Congress: Senate Agriculture Committee
November 12 - 116th Congress: Senate Appropriations Committee
November 12 - 116th Congress: Senate Armed Services Committee
November 12 - 116th Congress: Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee
November 12 - 116th Congress: Senate Battlegrounds in 2020
November 12 - 116th Congress: Senate Budget Committee
November 12 - 116th Congress: Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee
November 12 - 116th Congress: Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee
November 12 - 116th Congress: Senate Environment and Public Works Committee
November 12 - 116th Congress: Senate Ethics Committee
November 12 - 116th Congress: Senate Finance Committee
November 12 - 116th Congress: Senate Foreign Relations Committee
November 12 - 116th Congress: Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee
November 12 - 116th Congress: Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee
November 12 - 116th Congress: Senate Indian Affairs Committee
November 12 - 116th Congress: Senate Intelligence Committee
November 12 - 116th Congress: Senate Judiciary Committee
November 12 - 116th Congress: Senate Rules and Administration Committee
November 12 - 116th Congress: Senate Small Business Committee
November 12 - 116th Congress: Senate Veterans' Affairs Committee
November 12 - 116th Congress: The Women Are Marching in, Looking to Make a Mark
November 12 - 116th Congress: Will a Divided Congress Be Able to Work With Trump?
November 12 - 116th Congress: With an Ambitious Policy Agenda, Pelosi is Poised to Lead the House Again
November 12 - From the Newsroom: New Players, Same Mission
November 26 - Black Candidates Rose Above Racial Clouds
November 26 - Could Deep-Red Mississippi Turn Blue?
November 26 - For Some Trump Loyalists, His Way Meant the Highway
November 26 - In the Spotlight: Andy Barr
November 26 - Indicted Members Defied the Odds on Election Day
November 26 - Just 3 of 23 Republicans From 2016 Clinton Districts Seen Winning
November 26 - Many Echoes From Midterms Past in the 2018 Version
November 26 - She Won a Seat in Congress. Will She Ever Serve?
November 26 - These Three New Representatives Have Been Here Before
November 26 - Voters Gave Climate No Love on Election Day
November 26 - Was It a Wave? Depends on Who You Ask.
December 3 - Districts that Flip Often Flip Back to Democrats
December 3 - Dollars and Sense: SALT Still Rubs the Democrats' Tax Wounds
December 3 - Incoming Democrat Bites the Hand That Helped Get Him Elected
December 3 - The Art of Electoral Confusion in Florida
December 3 - The Largest Congressional District, Montana's, Also Had the Highest Turnout
December 3 - This Is Why Exit Polls Are Iffy
December 10 - A New Twist on Redistricting
December 10 - Can You Run for Congress and President? It Depends Where You Live.

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