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Did Mayweather-Pacquiao Change Politics Forever?

Livestreaming apps Periscope and Meerkat lit up the Internet during the weekend's fight, perhaps proving they're here to stay.

Which Is the Better Populist Message: Class Mobility or Income Inequality?

According to a new poll, Americans care more about advancing the middle and working classes than closing the income gap.

Obama to Letterman: Let’s Get Starbucks and Chat Once We’re Both Retired

In his final visit to the Late Show , the president talked to David Letterman about recent rioting in Baltimore.

Bernie Sanders Is Running to Be President of the United States of Scandinavia

The self-described democratic-socialist has no problem being the underdog in the Democratic primary.

Martin O’Malley Won’t Stop Campaigning on His Baltimore Record

The former mayor of Baltimore argues it wasn't his policing strategies that hurt the city.  

The EITC Gives Low-Income Americans More Than Just Money

A new study finds that the EITC can have emotional and psychological benefits.

Poll: Which Will Be the Bigger Issue in the 2016 Campaign, Foreign Policy or the Economy?

"The economy impacts every voter personally. Foreign policy rarely does."

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