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Despite the shift in national attention to Clinton and 2016, anti-Obama attacks remain a potent force in the Kentucky governor's race, the biggest election of 2015.
Emboldened by presidential-election-year turnout, groups are raising more money and making earlier endorsements.
For the first time, the vice president looks like a more electable Democrat than Hillary Clinton.
#FF the Transportation Security Administration for all your quirky airport blunders.
Anti-discrimination statutes are coming into conflict with laws designed to preserve freedom of conscience, especially in the private sector.
Democrats propose sweeping new protections against discrimination, as some Republicans back a bill that would apply to employment and housing.
Artificial intelligence can recognize speech patterns that distinguish the parties.