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Forecast: Right Turn Ahead

The newest Senate Republicans will pull the party further to the right.

National Journal to Host 'The Day After' Midterms Conference on Nov. 5th

Event to Feature Analysis And Conversation on the 2014 Midterm Elections from The Cook Political Report's Charlie Cook , National Journal 's Ron Fournier and Additional Pol...

The Case Against Ebola Quarantines, Respectfully Submitted

Most Americans don't trust government with Ebola. I don't trust it with my rights.

Obama's Latest Headache: Israel and 'Chicken Dot-Dot-Dot-Dot'

White House official's reported rant against Netanyahu adds to administration's problems.

'House of Cards' Inspires Republican Ad Against Kansas Independent

A new radio ad imagines Frank Underwood as the man who 'hatched the plan' for independent candidate Greg Orman.

If Republicans Win the Senate, GOP Factions Could Battle for Soul of Party

The tension between setting out a positive agenda for governing and the pressure to continue to block and obstruct will be very, very high.

As Ethics Committee Continues Broun Case, Panel's Backlog Piles Up

Several departing lawmakers are still waiting to have their investigations resolved.

Sean Parnell and Sarah Palin Are Flipping the Script in Alaska

And not just with an ad featuring a buzz saw.

How an Ugly, Intra-Party State Senate Race Could Save the Democrats a House Seat

Low turnout has Ami Bera hoping for help at the bottom of the ticket.

What Is Ed Gillespie’s Backup Plan?

Republicans insist he can win on Tuesday. But if he doesn't, it doesn't have to be his last dance.

White House in Denial: President Obama Is Costing Democrats Control of the Senate

The White House insists that vulnerable Democrats should have supported him more. That couldn't be further from the truth.

The Two Hardest-Working House Candidates in the Country Are Running Against Each Other

In Colorado, both Rep. Mike Coffman and Andrew Romanoff have adapted to changing political realities.

Democrats Go on Defense in Late-Breaking Nevada House Race

The DCCC buys TV time defending Rep. Steven Horsford, whom Crossroads targeted with nearly $1 million.

White House Says Obama Doesn't Think Netanyahu Is a 'Chickenshit'

One senior administration official, however, reportedly does.

Dating Websites Sued for Creating Fake Lovers

Federal regulators are cracking down on a company that tricked users into thinking someone was interested in them.

Puppies: The Newest Prop in Midterm Candidates' Closing Arguments

After all the nasty ads this cycle, politicians are trying to soften their images in the home stretch in a particularly fluffy way.

Eliminating Racial Income Gaps Would Boost GDP By $2.1 Trillion

A new study shows that the U.S. economy—and that of every large metro area—would soar if minorities had equal access and opportunities in the job market. 

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Forecast: Right Turn Ahead

The newest Senate Republicans will pull the party further to the right.

National Journal to Host 'The Day After' Midterms Conference on Nov. 5th

Event to Feature Analysis And Conversation on the 2014 Midterm Elections from The Cook Political Report's Charlie Cook , National Journal 's Ron Fournier and Additional Pol...

The Case Against Ebola Quarantines, Respectfully Submitted

Most Americans don't trust government with Ebola. I don't trust it with my rights.

Obama's Latest Headache: Israel and 'Chicken Dot-Dot-Dot-Dot'

White House official's reported rant against Netanyahu adds to administration's problems.

'House of Cards' Inspires Republican Ad Against Kansas Independent

A new radio ad imagines Frank Underwood as the man who 'hatched the plan' for independent candidate Greg Orman.

If Republicans Win the Senate, GOP Factions Could Battle for Soul of Party

The tension between setting out a positive agenda for governing and the pressure to continue to block and obstruct will be very, very high.

As Ethics Committee Continues Broun Case, Panel's Backlog Piles Up

Several departing lawmakers are still waiting to have their investigations resolved.

Sean Parnell and Sarah Palin Are Flipping the Script in Alaska

And not just with an ad featuring a buzz saw.

How an Ugly, Intra-Party State Senate Race Could Save the Democrats a House Seat

Low turnout has Ami Bera hoping for help at the bottom of the ticket.

What Is Ed Gillespie’s Backup Plan?

Republicans insist he can win on Tuesday. But if he doesn't, it doesn't have to be his last dance.

White House in Denial: President Obama Is Costing Democrats Control of the Senate

The White House insists that vulnerable Democrats should have supported him more. That couldn't be further from the truth.

The Two Hardest-Working House Candidates in the Country Are Running Against Each Other

In Colorado, both Rep. Mike Coffman and Andrew Romanoff have adapted to changing political realities.

Democrats Go on Defense in Late-Breaking Nevada House Race

The DCCC buys TV time defending Rep. Steven Horsford, whom Crossroads targeted with nearly $1 million.

White House Says Obama Doesn't Think Netanyahu Is a 'Chickenshit'

One senior administration official, however, reportedly does.

Dating Websites Sued for Creating Fake Lovers

Federal regulators are cracking down on a company that tricked users into thinking someone was interested in them.

Puppies: The Newest Prop in Midterm Candidates' Closing Arguments

After all the nasty ads this cycle, politicians are trying to soften their images in the home stretch in a particularly fluffy way.

Eliminating Racial Income Gaps Would Boost GDP By $2.1 Trillion

A new study shows that the U.S. economy—and that of every large metro area—would soar if minorities had equal access and opportunities in the job market. 

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