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  • McConnell offers separate bill to block Obama on immigration

    WASHINGTON Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell announced a new proposal Monday to block President Barack Obama's immigration orders, redirecting his party's strategy in an attempt to avoid a funding lapse for the Department of Homeland Security. The...
  • Wisconsin considers right-to-work bill, renewing war with unions

    CHICAGO The prospect of a renewed fight between Republicans and organized labor in Wisconsin have increased with an announcement that senators will vote next week on making Wisconsin a so-called right-to-work state. Republican Gov. Scott Walker, a...
  • The numbers don't lie: Women make more effective legislators than men

    Everyone knows that Congress does very, very little. The Washington Post crunched the numbers last year and found that, mathematically,"no Congress in 40 years has been paid more to pass less legislation." It's also a fact that Congress is heavily male....
  • Iowa effort to raise gas tax should spread to more states

    The following editorial was written by Bloomberg View editors. A political development of actual importance is occurring in Iowa this month: Democrats and Republicans are proposing to increase the state's gas tax. Not only is this a rational way to...
  • Ramesh Ponnuru: Republicans unite to ignore immigration in 2016

    Immigration is supposed to be a bitterly divisive topic for Republicans. Yet a very narrow range of opinion separates the party's leading presidential candidates, which is unfortunate for the country. The last Republican presidential nominee, Mitt...
  • Unions see a comeback coming as wages stall, rich get richer

    After years of avoiding confrontation, the U.S. labor movement is reasserting itself. From the ports of Los Angeles to the car plants of Detroit, unions are demanding payback for sacrifices they say helped revive the economy. Oil workers have walked...
  • Noah Smith: Japan's constitution change is dance with autocracy

    Earlier this year, I highlighted a troubling trend in many countries around the world the move toward illiberal government and away from human rights. Unfortunately, Japan is catching the bug. This might seem like a strange claim. Prime Minister Shinzo...
  • Josh Rogin: Poll shows Americans want to hear Netanyahu's speech

    How do Americans feel about Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addressing Congress next month? According to one new poll, moresupportit than object despite the controversy over thewayhe was invited. The data was commissioned by the Israel Project,...
  • Margaret Carlson: Jeb Bush struggles under an unbearable burden

    Jeb Bush is asking us to do the impossible forget that he's the son of one president and the brother of another. "I'm my own man," he protestedat a much-heralded meet-the- Bush-you-don't-know speech on foreign affairs in Chicagolast week. Alas, this...
  • Jonathan Bernstein: Scott Walker isn't ceding party cash to Bush

    Seth Masket at Mischiefs of Faction makes an important point: Be careful in identifying what is and isn't "the party." The context is Scott Walker's decision to use a "527" organization at this point instead of a political-action committee to fund his...
  • How two small rocks stop Japan and South Korea getting along

    TOKYO Once a source of fortune for Japanese fishermen hunting sea lions and abalone, a pair of remote rocks is stopping the U.S.' two biggest allies in Asia from getting along. The Sea of Japan rocks have been controlled by South Korea since 1954. None...