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Most Viewed Articles on washingtonpost.com 1) GOP-controlled House will give some bills new life What a difference an election day makes. Republican legislation affecting federal employees that went nowhere in an 111th Congress controlled by Democrats will now see the sun in the 112th, with the GOP in control of the House. Bills that would freeze or cut federal pay, fire federal workers who ... 2) The GOP can't be led by Sarah Palin. But can it live without her? She's too powerful to ignore, and too (fill-in-the-blank) to take seriously. 3) Bill O'Reilly's threats The Fox News host wants my head - literally. 4) What Bill Clinton could teach Obama about a shellacking Bill Clinton could teach President Obama a thing or two about a shellacking. 5) New, more graphic cigarette warnings unveiled Federal health officials Wednesday unveiled plans to require cigarette packs and ads to carry dramatically bigger, much more graphic health warnings

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Most Viewed Opinions 1) Would we be better off under a President Hillary Clinton? Would the Democrats have lost fewer seats on Tuesday? 2) In Alaska, a preview of the GOP's future The hypocrisy at the heart of the GOP is at its starkest in Alaska. 3) Boehner's health delusion John Boehner's interpretation of our health care system shows he is out of touch with reality. 4) Mr. President, some leadership, please It may be unfair, but presidents aren't allowed to be discouraged. 5) Rick Perry takes on the salt police The Texas governor tells a tale of big government intrusion in the kitchen. 6) Will the Tea Party shift American foreign policy? Will the Tea Party shift America Foreign Policy? 7) 5 myths about George W. Bush September 11. Katrina. Iraq. These events will be forever linked with the presidency of George W. Bush. Now, with the release of his memoir, "Decision Points," the former president has the chance to de