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Senate Banking Chairman Is Expected to Retire
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Sen. Tim Johnson, chairman of the powerful Senate Banking Committee, is expected to announce Tuesday he won’t seek re-election in 2014, according to two Senate Democratic aides, setting the stage for a hotly contested race to succeed him.

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Liberals Find Themselves in Spending Trap
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Capital Journal:Those on the left have long resisted every effort to rein in the growth of entitlement spending. But that now is crowding out the other programs they love.

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The Other Lawyer in Gay-Marriage Case
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The face of the argument against gay marriage will be a lawyer with a record of championing conservative causes, including preserving gun rights and limiting affirmative action.

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In Private, Quinn Displays a Volatile Side
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Christine C. Quinn, the New York City Council speaker and a mayoral candidate, readily acknowledges her angry moments, which critics and even friends characterize as intense.

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The Caucus: Bachmann Is Subject of Ethics Investigation
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The Office of Congressional Ethics is examining allegations of wrongdoing that emerged in the aftermath of her failed bid for the Republican presidential nomination in 2012.

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Kerry meets again with Afghan President Karzai after public show of unity
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Kerry arrived Monday in Kabul amid concerns that Karzai may be jeopardizing progress in the war against extremism with his rhetoric.

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David Frum: Straight marriage is the real issue
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David Frum says eventually the case for same-sex marriage will prevail, but the future of marriage in general is in doubt

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