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Is Your State Quarantining Ebola Doctors?

Several governors in tough reelection fights are rejecting CDC's Ebola guidelines in favor of more draconian rules.

Why Local Businesses Cannot Wait for the Election to End

And why TV stations wish it would go on forever.

How Does Clinton Overcome Obama?

Her biggest problem won't be age, her campaign strategy, or GOP attacks. It will be that many voters lack faith in government.

Can Mary Landrieu's 'Halo Effect' Work Outside New Orleans?

She remains beloved in Louisiana's largest city because of Hurricane Katrina, but in the rest of the state it's a different story.

They're Not Allowed to Talk. But Candidates and PACs Are Brazenly Communicating All the Time.

Candidates, committees, and outside-group allies are sharing more information than ever thanks to a law easily bypassed and an FEC stuck in gridlock.

The FBI's Secret House Meeting to Get Access to Your iPhone

The administration argues that encryption is making it difficult for police to catch dangerous criminals.

Where Hillary Clinton Is Most in Her Element

At Georgetown, Clinton could speak freely about women's economic inequality without fear of immediate reprisal.

How Scott Brown Could Win New Hampshire's Nationalized Election

It's a state that loves a wave. And that could be just what the Republican needs to take down Sen. Jeanne Shaheen.

Race for Top Energy Committee Seat Brings Windfall to Democrats

Eshoo, Pallone have combined to raise or donate millions to party causes in pursuit of plum post.

Republicans Lower Expectations on Obamacare Repeal

Mitch McConnell reminds voters why repeal isn't going to happen in the 114th Congress, even if he becomes Senate majority leader.

Buzz Aldrin Wants to Be Buzz Lightyear for Halloween

The former NASA astronaut answered questions about his life in a Reddit Q&A on Thursday.

Why Bears and Jelly Doughnuts Could Decide the Fate of the Maine Governor's Race

Controversy over the use of junk food to bait bears is expected to drive Republican voter turnout next Tuesday. 

John Kerry: The Cold War Was 'Easy' Compared to Today

The secretary of State said Thursday that more economically powerful countries make today's political landscape more complex than it was 50 years ago.

The Surreal Life of an Obama Impersonator

An interview with the man himself–at least, the guy who plays him in a new documentary.

In D.C., White Men Come Out on Top

White guys are crushing it in our nation's capital, leaving other groups out. But there are ways to help to narrow the city's racial and gender wage gaps.

Walking the Streets of Baltimore With the Other Barksdale

Convicted criminals make the best "violence interrupters" in tough inner city neighborhoods.

Is This the End of the Line for Louisiana's Vietnamese Shrimpers?

When Vietnamese came to Louisiana, shrimping was a natural job for those with limited English and few other options. But after Hurrican Katrina and the Gulf oil spill, Vietname...

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Is Your State Quarantining Ebola Doctors?

Several governors in tough reelection fights are rejecting CDC's Ebola guidelines in favor of more draconian rules.

Why Local Businesses Cannot Wait for the Election to End

And why TV stations wish it would go on forever.

How Does Clinton Overcome Obama?

Her biggest problem won't be age, her campaign strategy, or GOP attacks. It will be that many voters lack faith in government.

Can Mary Landrieu's 'Halo Effect' Work Outside New Orleans?

She remains beloved in Louisiana's largest city because of Hurricane Katrina, but in the rest of the state it's a different story.

They're Not Allowed to Talk. But Candidates and PACs Are Brazenly Communicating All the Time.

Candidates, committees, and outside-group allies are sharing more information than ever thanks to a law easily bypassed and an FEC stuck in gridlock.

The FBI's Secret House Meeting to Get Access to Your iPhone

The administration argues that encryption is making it difficult for police to catch dangerous criminals.

Where Hillary Clinton Is Most in Her Element

At Georgetown, Clinton could speak freely about women's economic inequality without fear of immediate reprisal.

How Scott Brown Could Win New Hampshire's Nationalized Election

It's a state that loves a wave. And that could be just what the Republican needs to take down Sen. Jeanne Shaheen.

Race for Top Energy Committee Seat Brings Windfall to Democrats

Eshoo, Pallone have combined to raise or donate millions to party causes in pursuit of plum post.

Republicans Lower Expectations on Obamacare Repeal

Mitch McConnell reminds voters why repeal isn't going to happen in the 114th Congress, even if he becomes Senate majority leader.

Buzz Aldrin Wants to Be Buzz Lightyear for Halloween

The former NASA astronaut answered questions about his life in a Reddit Q&A on Thursday.

Why Bears and Jelly Doughnuts Could Decide the Fate of the Maine Governor's Race

Controversy over the use of junk food to bait bears is expected to drive Republican voter turnout next Tuesday. 

John Kerry: The Cold War Was 'Easy' Compared to Today

The secretary of State said Thursday that more economically powerful countries make today's political landscape more complex than it was 50 years ago.

The Surreal Life of an Obama Impersonator

An interview with the man himself–at least, the guy who plays him in a new documentary.

In D.C., White Men Come Out on Top

White guys are crushing it in our nation's capital, leaving other groups out. But there are ways to help to narrow the city's racial and gender wage gaps.

Walking the Streets of Baltimore With the Other Barksdale

Convicted criminals make the best "violence interrupters" in tough inner city neighborhoods.

Is This the End of the Line for Louisiana's Vietnamese Shrimpers?

When Vietnamese came to Louisiana, shrimping was a natural job for those with limited English and few other options. But after Hurrican Katrina and the Gulf oil spill, Vietname...

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