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An acerbic Florida congressman could blow up the party's best-laid plans.
Most agriculture interests support Trade Promotion Authority and the Trans-Pacific Partnership, but they haven't been able to persuade many Democrats.
They'll get criticized if they avoid the press. But they'll also take flak if they answer questions the wrong way, as Bush and Rubio have on Iraq.
Recent polling data makes clear just how many different candidates could plausibly win the Republican nomination.
Middle-class children are increasingly rejecting the healthier lunches that federal rules require their schools to offer.
By running to President Obama's left on immigration, she's hoping to re-create the coalition that brought him to the White House. It's a risky bet.
The 2016 Senate cycle is shaping up to be the opposite of 2014, with the map heavily stacked against the GOP.