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Louisiana Residents' Constitutional Right to Trick-or-Treat Is Under Threat

The ACLU is calling on local police to stop trick-or-treating restrictions it says are illegal.

Hotline's 2014 Election Night Cheat Sheet

Key races, poll closing times, counties to watch, and—just in case—recount procedures in nearly two dozen states with Senate and/or governor's races.

Halloween Around the World

Photos of ghouls and ghosts and all the rest from places near and far.

Climate Change Is Making It Harder to Get to Space

Federal reports lay out risk to National Parks, highways, and space shuttle launches.

The Best Political Halloween Costumes: Baby Edition

Only babies can make politicians look cute.

One Millennial's Answer to Political Apathy: Put College Students in Classrooms

Generation Citizen sends college volunteers into high schools and middle schools to teach kids to solve social problems.

Long-Dead Bigamist Congressman Still Haunts South Jersey

The ghastly true tale of Hezekiah Smith, inventor and House member, who was buried in an iron coffin and entombed in concrete. But did he rise again? 

Condoms Fight Climate Change, but Nobody Wants to Talk About It

Researchers want policymakers to get past the optics of talking about population.

Brazil’s Dangerous Climate Spiral

Drought is pushing the Latin giant toward more coal, and that means more carbon emissions.

Is Your State Quarantining Ebola Doctors?

Several governors in tough reelection fights are rejecting CDC's Ebola guidelines in favor of more draconian rules.

Why Local Businesses Cannot Wait for the Election to End

And why TV stations wish it would go on forever.

How Does Clinton Overcome Obama?

Her biggest problem won't be age, her campaign strategy, or GOP attacks. It will be that many voters lack faith in government.

Can Mary Landrieu's 'Halo Effect' Work Outside New Orleans?

She remains beloved in Louisiana's largest city because of Hurricane Katrina, but in the rest of the state it's a different story.

They're Not Allowed to Talk. But Candidates and PACs Are Brazenly Communicating All the Time.

Candidates, committees, and outside-group allies are sharing more information than ever thanks to a law easily bypassed and an FEC stuck in gridlock.

The FBI's Secret House Meeting to Get Access to Your iPhone

The administration argues that encryption is making it difficult for police to catch dangerous criminals.

Where Hillary Clinton Is Most in Her Element

At Georgetown, Clinton could speak freely about women's economic inequality without fear of immediate reprisal.

How Scott Brown Could Win New Hampshire's Nationalized Election

It's a state that loves a wave. And that could be just what the Republican needs to take down Sen. Jeanne Shaheen.

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Louisiana Residents' Constitutional Right to Trick-or-Treat Is Under Threat

The ACLU is calling on local police to stop trick-or-treating restrictions it says are illegal.

Hotline's 2014 Election Night Cheat Sheet

Key races, poll closing times, counties to watch, and—just in case—recount procedures in nearly two dozen states with Senate and/or governor's races.

Halloween Around the World

Photos of ghouls and ghosts and all the rest from places near and far.

Climate Change Is Making It Harder to Get to Space

Federal reports lay out risk to National Parks, highways, and space shuttle launches.

The Best Political Halloween Costumes: Baby Edition

Only babies can make politicians look cute.

One Millennial's Answer to Political Apathy: Put College Students in Classrooms

Generation Citizen sends college volunteers into high schools and middle schools to teach kids to solve social problems.

Long-Dead Bigamist Congressman Still Haunts South Jersey

The ghastly true tale of Hezekiah Smith, inventor and House member, who was buried in an iron coffin and entombed in concrete. But did he rise again? 

Condoms Fight Climate Change, but Nobody Wants to Talk About It

Researchers want policymakers to get past the optics of talking about population.

Brazil’s Dangerous Climate Spiral

Drought is pushing the Latin giant toward more coal, and that means more carbon emissions.

Is Your State Quarantining Ebola Doctors?

Several governors in tough reelection fights are rejecting CDC's Ebola guidelines in favor of more draconian rules.

Why Local Businesses Cannot Wait for the Election to End

And why TV stations wish it would go on forever.

How Does Clinton Overcome Obama?

Her biggest problem won't be age, her campaign strategy, or GOP attacks. It will be that many voters lack faith in government.

Can Mary Landrieu's 'Halo Effect' Work Outside New Orleans?

She remains beloved in Louisiana's largest city because of Hurricane Katrina, but in the rest of the state it's a different story.

They're Not Allowed to Talk. But Candidates and PACs Are Brazenly Communicating All the Time.

Candidates, committees, and outside-group allies are sharing more information than ever thanks to a law easily bypassed and an FEC stuck in gridlock.

The FBI's Secret House Meeting to Get Access to Your iPhone

The administration argues that encryption is making it difficult for police to catch dangerous criminals.

Where Hillary Clinton Is Most in Her Element

At Georgetown, Clinton could speak freely about women's economic inequality without fear of immediate reprisal.

How Scott Brown Could Win New Hampshire's Nationalized Election

It's a state that loves a wave. And that could be just what the Republican needs to take down Sen. Jeanne Shaheen.

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