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Who gets to tax digital giants like Google, Facebook and Amazon? As nations clamor for a share, an effort is under way to reach a global compromise.
Aipac, the pro-Israel lobby, raises more than $100 million a year, which it spends on lobbying politicians for U.S. aid and sending members of Congress to Israel
Among William Barr’s likely first tasks as attorney general: Wrestling with whether to release the findings of Robert Mueller’s investigation.
China is counting on promises of big purchases of semiconductors and other U.S. goods to persuade Trump to extend a tariff truce and later resolve the dispute directly with Chinese leader Xi Jinping
Some in Congress are looking to claw back power on trade policy ceded to the executive branch more than 50 years ago.
You say KUH-ma-la, I say Ka-MILLA. We’re both saying Sen. Kamala Harris’s name wrong. Presidential candidates hear their names butchered.
How Washington’s Israel lobby, led by Aipac, differs from many other foreign-nation influence groups
Two proposals in Congress would increase oversight of White House trade actions under a decades-old national-security provision.
U.S. Mideast blueprint to be divulged after Israeli elections in April
There are currently 30 national emergencies in effect, according to the Congressional Research Service, including those related to the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks and the Iraq war.

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As the House passed the health-care bill, Republicans cheered while Democrats responded with: "Na na na na, hey hey hey, goodbye."
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New: White House announces that Malia Obama will attend Harvard for college.
New: Bernie Sanders to unveil HIV/AIDS research initiative to spur development of new drugs to treat the disease.
Of 549 administration positions requiring Senate confirmation:
Confirmed: 15
Nominated: 18
No one nominated: 516
Jared Kushner’s real-estate firm raises new conflict of interest issues for Donald Trump.
New: Cruz overtakes Trump in latest WSJ/NBC News poll:
Cruz 28%
Trump 26%
Rubio 17%
Kasich 11%
Carson 10%
Bush 4%
A day Democrats never thought would come. Obama has a worse image than George W. Bush.
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