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The Cost of Disowning Jimmy Carter

What Democrats lose when they run from his foreign policy legacy.

Poll: On Which Of The Following Issues Do Congressional Republicans And The White House Stand The Best Chance Of Finding Agreement This Year?

"Trade is always the most natural cost-free compromise for Republicans with a Democratic president."

Poll: If Mitt Romney Runs for a Third Time, Could He Be Elected President?

"Reagan and Nixon are recent precedents of serial national candidates who became successful eventually."

The Emerging Republican Advantage

The idea of an enduring Democratic majority was a mirage. How the GOP gained an edge in American politics—and why it's likely to last.

The Case for Mitt

How he could win. (In theory.)

Close Quarters

Washington's a small town. Rosslyn's even smaller.

Lamar Alexander’s Education Expert

"My job is to make sure that Lamar gets all the information that he needs to make decisions—that he's got good options in front of him."

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