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Obama's Immigration Decisions Will Shape Both Parties for Years

As the president moves toward allowing millions of undocumented people to stay in the U.S., Republicans face a defining choice.

Half of America

Why it's becoming increasingly difficult for anyone to be president of the entire United States.

Why Democrats Are So Confident

Republicans are trending against a growing cultural majority, while Democrats are in tune with it.

The Irony of the Dynasty

Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush are both potential leaders of parties that have abandoned policies associated with their families.

Why the Vergara Decision Isn’t Enough

A California court struck down laws that put adults before kids in public schools. But that won't close the achievement gap.

What Eric Cantor's Defeat Means for Hillary Clinton

The Democratic presidential prospect could have demographics on her side.

The Politics of Being Green

How EPA’s proposed regulations on carbon emissions will exacerbate the geographic red-blue divide.

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Obama's Immigration Decisions Will Shape Both Parties for Years

As the president moves toward allowing millions of undocumented people to stay in the U.S., Republicans face a defining choice.

Half of America

Why it's becoming increasingly difficult for anyone to be president of the entire United States.

Why Democrats Are So Confident

Republicans are trending against a growing cultural majority, while Democrats are in tune with it.

The Irony of the Dynasty

Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush are both potential leaders of parties that have abandoned policies associated with their families.

Why the Vergara Decision Isn’t Enough

A California court struck down laws that put adults before kids in public schools. But that won't close the achievement gap.

What Eric Cantor's Defeat Means for Hillary Clinton

The Democratic presidential prospect could have demographics on her side.

The Politics of Being Green

How EPA’s proposed regulations on carbon emissions will exacerbate the geographic red-blue divide.

Show More