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The 2016 Senate cycle is shaping up to be the opposite of 2014, with the map heavily stacked against the GOP.
It's not just Bridgegate: The New Jersey governor has other major obstacles standing in his path to the GOP nomination.
The legislative logjam has cleared in recent weeks, and more progress may be on the way.
After years of dysfunction, there are signs that Congress is starting to work again.
Democrats usually fall in love, while Republicans fall in line. So far in this presidential campaign, neither is happening.
The liberal base and the media will work together to make sure she isn't crowned as the Democratic nominee.
He starts the race with ample money, veteran aides—and real problems on the policy and ideological fronts.