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Rahm Emanuel and the Unraveling of Chicago

Rahm Emanuel is probably going to be reelected mayor of Chicago, but it won't have been a pretty road to get there. 

Inside Jeb Bush's Stealth Campaign to Woo Christian Conservatives

The quiet faith of Jeb Bush and what his party thinks about it.

Democrats’ Identity Crisis Is Spilling Into Their Senate Races

Democrats have been remarkably successful at avoiding contentious primaries, but the ones taking place in 2016 will be consequential.

Illinois GOP Finds an Anti-Schock to Replace Aaron Schock

Darin LaHood's family is steeped in politics, and he championed ethics reform in the state legislature. But some conservatives are wary of him.

Benishek Continues Congressional Tradition of Breaking Term Limit Pledges

The House member from Michigan said in 2010 he'd serve only three terms if elected. Tuesday, he said he'd run for his fourth in 2016.

This 21-Year-Old Is Trying to Become a Major Player in Conservative Politics. So Far, It Seems to Be Working.

Charlie Kirk is raising money, building up a nationwide organization, and is starting to draw himself plenty of attention.

Why One Senate Seat Isn't Enough for Indiana Republicans

With Sen. Dan Coats's retirement, the many Indiana Republicans who fancy themselves future senators have a decision to make: 2016 or 2018?

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