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Three Questions Surrounding BP's Puzzling Politico Piece

Why does BP keep entering the argument, and who's the man making it for them?

What Rand Paul Still Has to Prove on Foreign Policy

The senator plans to clarify his stance in a speech Thursday night. But will voters and political strategists buy it?

One Study to Explain Ebola Panic

At the height of the H1N1 (swine flu) epidemic in 2009, University of Michigan researchers sneezed on unsuspecting people. Here's what they learned about hysteria amid outbreaks.

The Economic Impact of School Discipline

African-American girls are more likely to be suspended and spend time in alternative schools, limiting their lifetime opportunities.

More Paralysis Ahead

The midterm results are likely to widen the partisan divide.

Is the RNC Taking the Religious Right for Granted?

The Republican Party has problems coming sooner than it may think.

What a Real White House Shake-Up Looks Like

Obama needs to 'fire himself:' Hire truth-tellers, business leaders and Republicans to change his ways.

Blacks and Latinos in New Orleans Have Police Harassment in Common

Racial profiling and aggressive immigration enforcement is leading some African-Americans to find solidarity with the Latino workers they once resented.

Palin Endorses Independent-Democratic Ticket for Alaska Governor Against GOP Successor

Driven by her legacy on oil taxes. Palin endorsed against her former lieutenant governor Sean Parnell—and her party.

Google's Campaign Spending Is Exploding, But Is It All Going to Democrats?

Tech companies are spending more money on the midterm election than ever before.

South Florida Wants to Be the 51st State Because of Climate Change Worries

Money and politics have divided Florida for decades, but the rising sea level has finally prodded the south into action.

Elizabeth Warren, Then: 'I Am Not Running For President.' Now: 'I Don't Think So.'

On the delicate parsing of campaign speech.

The Capitol Christmas Tree Is Campaigning Harder Than You Are

Thirty stops in 30 days? No problem for this spruce.

Rand Paul Summons Political Operatives for 2016 Strategy Session

The closely guarded gathering ahead of Paul's likely presidential run will happen only eight days after the midterms.  

Someone Else Jumped the White House Fence. This Is What Happened.

Unlike last time, the system worked. But the video isn't pretty.

Will Colorado Democrats' Voter Utopia Save Mark Udall?

Or is Cory Gardner the candidate to erase a decade of Republican futility in the nation's quintessential swing state?

What If Independents Keep Senate Majority Status in Flux?

Imagine if they aligned to form a Centrist Caucus, providing the votes needed to top 50 percent in return for commitments on a list of priorities.

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Three Questions Surrounding BP's Puzzling Politico Piece

Why does BP keep entering the argument, and who's the man making it for them?

What Rand Paul Still Has to Prove on Foreign Policy

The senator plans to clarify his stance in a speech Thursday night. But will voters and political strategists buy it?

One Study to Explain Ebola Panic

At the height of the H1N1 (swine flu) epidemic in 2009, University of Michigan researchers sneezed on unsuspecting people. Here's what they learned about hysteria amid outbreaks.

The Economic Impact of School Discipline

African-American girls are more likely to be suspended and spend time in alternative schools, limiting their lifetime opportunities.

Is the RNC Taking the Religious Right for Granted?

The Republican Party has problems coming sooner than it may think.

What a Real White House Shake-Up Looks Like

Obama needs to 'fire himself:' Hire truth-tellers, business leaders and Republicans to change his ways.

Blacks and Latinos in New Orleans Have Police Harassment in Common

Racial profiling and aggressive immigration enforcement is leading some African-Americans to find solidarity with the Latino workers they once resented.

Palin Endorses Independent-Democratic Ticket for Alaska Governor Against GOP Successor

Driven by her legacy on oil taxes. Palin endorsed against her former lieutenant governor Sean Parnell—and her party.

Google's Campaign Spending Is Exploding, But Is It All Going to Democrats?

Tech companies are spending more money on the midterm election than ever before.

South Florida Wants to Be the 51st State Because of Climate Change Worries

Money and politics have divided Florida for decades, but the rising sea level has finally prodded the south into action.

Elizabeth Warren, Then: 'I Am Not Running For President.' Now: 'I Don't Think So.'

On the delicate parsing of campaign speech.

The Capitol Christmas Tree Is Campaigning Harder Than You Are

Thirty stops in 30 days? No problem for this spruce.

Rand Paul Summons Political Operatives for 2016 Strategy Session

The closely guarded gathering ahead of Paul's likely presidential run will happen only eight days after the midterms.  

Someone Else Jumped the White House Fence. This Is What Happened.

Unlike last time, the system worked. But the video isn't pretty.

Will Colorado Democrats' Voter Utopia Save Mark Udall?

Or is Cory Gardner the candidate to erase a decade of Republican futility in the nation's quintessential swing state?

What If Independents Keep Senate Majority Status in Flux?

Imagine if they aligned to form a Centrist Caucus, providing the votes needed to top 50 percent in return for commitments on a list of priorities.

Are Democrats Losing Their Touch With Women?

In an election year when Democrats need women, a few races show a troubling trend.

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