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Republicans With a College Degree Are Less Likely to Worry About Global Warming

Education appears to deepen the divide between Democrats and Republicans over climate change.

Harry Reid Will Not Seek Re-Election in 2016

The Nevada Democrat said Friday his recent accident put things into perspective, but warned his Republican colleagues not to get too excited.

Behind the Viral Campaign to Put a Woman on the $20 Bill

A New York businesswoman has sunk her retirement savings on the chance to change the twenty. Already, she says it's been worth it.

When Universities Try To Be Helpful Big Brothers

As schools gather more and more data about students, these professors want to use the information to personalize their teaching.

What Does 27 Weeks of Unemployment Do To A Person?

Though the economy is improving, a third of those still looking for work have been jobless for more than six months.

The Ultimate Washington Wonk Quiz

How well do you know your politics? 

How Federal Workers Pinch Pennies When the Government Shuts Down

Government shutdowns may be all about politics, but they can have very real consequences for federal employees.

Media Matters and the Battle for the Hillary Clinton Narrative

As Clinton presses a reset button with the press, her researcher defenders will continue to push back tirelessly against negative coverage.


Simone Ward: A Personal Take on Politics

The DSCC's new national political director on taking a stand in high school and how she came to love politics.

Katie Walsh: The RNC’s Rainmaker

The committee's new chief of staff is hoping to repeat the success of the midterms in 2016.

Poll: Can Lesser-Funded Opponents Compete With Jeb Bush?

After Hours of Voting, the Republican Senate Passed a Budget. Now the Real Work Begins.

It took until nearly 4 AM, but the vote-a-rama is over. 

With Campaigns Looming, GOP Splits on Same-Sex Marriage Benefits

The party's White House contenders all oppose granting benefits, while many senators up for reelection vote in favor.

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