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Column
For Obama, and Democrats, it’s suddenly crunch time
Dan Balz

The president needs to restore his credibility, not only on health care, but also on his overall leadership.
Column
Can Yellen stand alone?
George F. Will

Understanding the Fed chair’s role in the political process.
Column
A simple apology
Kathleen Parker

Obama forgets to apologize for misleading people.
The Fix
Political Harmony
Chris Cillizza

Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeroes’ “Tiny Desk Concert“
The Fix
What Barack Obama and George W. Bush have in common
Chris Cillizza

Neither are all that popular.
The Federal Eye
White House names new climate chief
Josh Hicks

Dan Utech will succeed Heather Zichal as the administration’s top climate and energy adviser.
The Fix
The Fix’s top 10 Senate races of 2014
Sean Sullivan and Aaron Blake

It’s time to take a closer look at the primaries that could shape the political landscape.
The Federal Eye
Can the CFC make a post-shutdown comeback?
Josh Hicks

More than 400 people and 30 charities attended a comeback event at the National Institutes of Health on Thursday.
The Fix
The seven most memorable presidential apologies (VIDEO)
Sean Sullivan

Obama’s not the first president to apologize.
Column
Heavy lifting
Dana Milbank

Rand Paul’s 2016 GOP nomination speech.
The Fix
Christie’s landslide is great news for every GOP candidate whose name is Chris Christie
Aaron Blake

Christie’s win is hardly an endorsement of the GOP’s brand; in fact, it may be a rejection.
The Fix
The lowest low of the Obama presidency
Chris Cillizza and Sean Sullivan

The president knows a public apology tour is necessary. But he doesn’t like it.
The Federal Eye
Shutdown furloughs will warp jobs report and economic picture
Josh Hicks

Temporary shutdown impacts could create a mirage of worsening U.S. economic conditions.
The Fact Checker
GOP spin on premium hikes
Glenn Kessler

All too often, assertions on health-care premium hikes compare apples and oranges.
In the Loop
Former Google exec said in the mix to run U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
Al Kamen

A former Google intellectual property lawyer is said to be a possible pick to run the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
Column
In the Loop: Looking for needles in a federal haystack
Al Kamen

It’s hard for taxpayers to get info about the federal government if they are kept in dark about its dealings.
Column
Evangelicals and immigration
Michael Gerson

Their views are not a function of their religious beliefs.
Column
Sweet-talking a Web site
Charles Krauthammer

The president is going to “campaign” to fix the health care Web site. How does that work?
Energy Dept. failed to report concerns on green-tech firm
Josh Hicks

Ecotality, which got $135 million in funding but is now bankrupt, fell behind on vehicle-charging stations.
Column
Obamacare provides a safety net
Ruth Marcus

Health-care reform implementation may be messy, but, for some people, it’s necessary.
Column
Personnel chief optimistic despite challenges ahead
Joe Davidson

The new OPM director must deal with low employee morale and many other issues.
The Fix
Political Harmony
Chris Cillizza

The Lumineers do “Hey Ho” and “The Big Parade“. In Paris.
The Federal Eye
IRS reduced fraudulent refunds, but problem still cost billions
Josh Hicks

An inspector general found 1.1 million undetected tax returns filed with stolen Social Security numbers.
The Fix
Should the DGA have roughed up Christie more? Why Peter Shumlin doesn’t think so.
Sean Sullivan

“Our job is not go into the states to take shine off people.“
The Fix
How Twitter has changed politics -- and political journalism
Chris Cillizza

Answer: A lot.
The Fix
Can a Carter and a Nunn turn Georgia blue? The odds are against them.
Sean Sullivan

Both are big-time underdogs. But each one could benefit from having the other on the ticket.
The Federal Eye
DOE failed to report concerns about bankrupt firm
Josh Hicks

An inspector general said DOE officials failed to report that Ecotality was not on track to meet its obligations for a $100 million grant.
The Fix
Robert Sarvis didn’t cost Ken Cuccinelli the Virginia governor’s race
Chris Cillizza

Most Sarvis voters wouldn’t have voted at all if the libertarian candidate wasn’t in the race.
In the Loop
The Bold and The Beautiful on location in Budapest
Al Kamen

Obama nominates Hollywood producer of “The Bold and The Beautiful” for ambassadorship to Hungary, Army under secretary for Saudi Arabia.
The Fix
Why the GOP establishment loves Chris Christie, in 1 paragraph
Chris Cillizza

He gets it when it comes to the GOP’s Hispanic problem.
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