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Seven of 12 Republican senators are facing primary challenges. Most of them have nothing to worry about.
Placating the cultural and deeply religious elements within the Republican Party risks alienating the electorate of the future.
Major pieces of the president's environmental program and foreign policy have been enabled by the oil-and-gas boom.
If Republicans don't flub the coming fiscal debates like they did in the fall, voters will focus squarely on the health care rollout.
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.