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Strategist Al From worries that his party's successes so far have made it complacent.
No one with a family working full-time at the lowest allowable income can possibly survive without major assistance.
The enigmatic Iran nuke deal may bring more cloaks and daggers.
As Democrats try to gain 17 seats to win a House majority and Republicans work to gain six to capture the Senate, each side faces an uphill battle.
So much work has been done that no one wants to give up on the conference committee that resumes work this week.
A war-weary public is willing to cut the president some slack on diplomatic initiatives. But it's not willing to do so on his domestic priorities.
There are no comparisons—Obamacare stands alone.