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Demographic realignment is remaking the Senate map—and that could cost Democrats their majority.
They just aren't making lawmakers—or people—like John Dingell anymore.
Those going after the agency want to keep secret hundreds of millions in dark, undisclosed money to run political attack ads and muddy the waters.
The party's chances of holding onto a Senate majority are looking increasingly tenuous.
Senator's hard-won respect is largely due to her hither-to unknown management prowess.
Turbocharged partisanship has paralyzed Washington. Now it is getting between Washington and the states.
What happens when a nation with a "bootstrap" self-image settles into a state of uncertainty?