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How Rand Paul Is Getting Around the Senate's Social-Media Rules

#Disrupt.

Ted Strickland Still Undecided on Senate Run

The former Ohio governor is considering a race against Sen. Rob Portman.

Celebrities Who Ran For Office

From Ronald Reagan to Arnold Schwarzenegger, these famous politicians caught their first big break in entertainment.

Mitt Romney Will Not Run in 2016

The former candidate announced his decision to supporters on a conference call this morning.

How Paid Sick Leave Emerged as a Democratic Strong Suit

It didn't happen in Washington.

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."

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