On Washington: Sharper State Divide in Congress Seen as ‘New Civil War’

The prospect of more states with less bipartisan representation is likely to increase the intense polarization in Congress.

As G.O.P. Celebrates House Vote, New York and New Jersey Lawmakers Say No

In almost every case, the reason for that opposition came down to the assertion that the two states were basically being used to pay for tax cuts in the other 48.

On Washington: Election Rattles Congressional Republicans, and Their Agenda, While Buoying Democrats

Losses in Virginia and elsewhere are likely to spur a push for a tax overhaul that would endanger Republican incumbents in higher-tax states.