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Outsider Candidates Rising in Bernie Sanders's Vermont Wake

Both major parties in Vermont are concerned about a potential four-way race for governor that could feature a wealthy independent and a third-party Sanders-style liberal agitat...

New Legislation Adds Momentum to Cadillac-Tax Repeal

But this opens the door for a multilayered Obamacare political drama, with risks for both parties.

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Could Florida Be the Next Oil Powerhouse?

On Energy, Obama’s Got No Friends In Alaska

Environmentalists don't like permits for offshore drilling, while state officials want to see more.

The House's Odd Mix of Anti-Iran Deal Democrats

The lawmakers willing to buck President Obama on a signature foreign policy issue don't have much in common.

Obama Heads to Alaska to Highlight Glaciers—Not Blow Them Up

Warren G. Harding had a different kind of trip north, and didn't live to tell the tale.

Bernie Sanders Has a Nevada Problem

And a big opportunity ...

A Way to Fight Gentrification

Episode 31: The Minority Vote

Tim, Shane and Scott regroup to discuss the likelihood of Joe Biden, while Bernie Sanders is asking for backing from the Democratic Party that has all but coalesced behin...

Joe Biden's Phantom Candidacy Looms Over DNC Meeting

Four Democratic presidential candidates are set to address hundreds of party officials Friday, but the politician getting much of the buzz is one who's staying far, far away.

Obama Blames Inequities 'Brewing for Decades' in Katrina Commemoration

The president visited New Orleans Thursday to commemorate the 10th anniversary of what he called a partly "man-made disaster."

Carly Fiorina: Democrats' Virginia Shooting Response Is 'Disappointing'

The GOP presidential candidate addressed the tragedy in her home stateThursday.

Ted Cruz Is Stalking Donald Trump

The Texas Republican believes that when (not if) Trump falters, he'll absorb the current front-runner's followers.

Google Sternly Rebukes Europe’s Antitrust Charges

Europe's case against the search giant is  "wrong as a matter of fact, law, and economics," Google wrote.

What Does Joe Biden Know?

As the vice president edges toward a presidential run, is he banking on further public disclosures to discredit the front-runner?

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