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Women Gubernatorial Prospects Few and Far Between in 2016

If New Hampshire Gov. Maggie Hassan runs for Senate, she'll leave behind a prized post as one of just six female governors.

What Rachel Dolezal Left Behind

Spokane already had a troubled racial history. Will this controversy hurt, or heal?

The Next Fight Over Gay Rights Has Already Begun

Same-sex couples can marry nationwide, but other forms of discrimination are legal in most of the country.

Trump Is Not Apologizing for What He Said About Mexican Immigrants

The presidential candidate and mogul has a new three page statement on the controversy.

Louisiana Rep. Boustany Tells Donors He Plans to Run for Senate in 2016

If Sen. David Vitter wins his race for governor of Louisiana, GOP Rep. Charles Boustany is already prepping a campaign to seek Vitter's seat.

South Carolina State Senate Votes to Remove the Confederate Flag

The state Legislature met on Monday to consider a bill that would remove the Confederate flag that flies on the Capitol grounds.

Can the GOP's Star Senate Recruit Win Latinos?

With Rep. Joe Heck running for the Senate in Nevada, Republicans got a candidate they want. Now, he has to get results in the nation's most Hispanic-heavy battleground state.

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