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  • Weekly Trek: May 20, 2016

    The Weekly Trek May 20, 2016 Top Political News Obama to Congress: Give me Zika funding or skip recess. The Hill Clinton fury with Sanders grows. The Hill Poll: Clinton leads Trump by 6 points nationally. The Hill Poll: More Republicans trust Trump than Ryan. The Hill ‘Poisonous’ Riders Cloud Spending Bills’ Prospects. BNA Ted…

  • Weekly Trek: May 13, 2016

    The Weekly Trek May 13, 2016 Top Political News House GOP budget still dead in the water. Politico Sanders has a daunting climb despite West Virginia win. The Hill Clinton’s wonky policies of fine-grained complexity contrast with rivals’ grandiose ideas. Washington Post Third-party candidates face uphill climb to get place on presidential debate stage. The…

  • Weekly Trek: May 6, 2016

    The Weekly Trek May 6, 2016 Top Political News U.S. Job Growth Slows, but Worker Wages Pick Up. Wall Street Journal Five takeaways from Indiana. The Hill Donald Trump takes the reins of a divided Republican Party. Washington Post Trump’s map: Where he needs to win. The Hill Senate takes 2016 sabbatical. Politico Paul Ryan…

  • Weekly Trek: April 29, 2016

    The Weekly Trek April 29, 2016 Top Political News 5 numbers that explain the mid-Atlantic results. Politico Economy grows just 0.5 percent to open 2016. The Hill President Obama Weighs His Economic Legacy. New York Times Cruz rolls dice with Fiorina. The Hill How a presidential candidate decides on a vice president, explained. Washington Post Transportation…

  • The Weekly Trek: April 22, 2016

    The Weekly Trek April 22, 2016 Top Political News Winners and losers from the New York primary. Washington Post Harriet Tubman’s Journey to the $20 Bill. The Atlantic Paul Ryan’s House of woes. Politico Republican lawmakers vie for convention power. The Hill Firestorm brewing over GOP convention rules. The Hill Kasich: ‘My Republican Party doesn’t…

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