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Inside Ad-Makers' Outrageous Arkansas Senate Strategy

From cows and Bibles to Ebola, Mark Pryor and Tom Cotton are peppering Arkansas voters with some of the most remarkable political ads of the year.

The GOP's 2016 Foreign Policy Problem

Republicans have an edge on international affairs, but their crop of presidential contenders are untested, especially compared with Hillary Clinton.

Why Is Rand Paul Opening an Office in Silicon Valley?

The Kentucky senator is just part of a 21st century gold rush.

Americans Increasingly Support Religion in Politics

A new study finds that Americans think the influence religion has in daily life is declining, and that they don't like it.

With National Security Emerging as Top Issue, Candidates Adjust Strategies

In Arkansas, Democrats thought Tom Cotton's hawkishness would be a major vulnerability. Now, it's a late-breaking asset.

The Emergence of Hillary Clinton, 2014 Cheerleader

In a speech at the DNC's Women's Leadership Conference, Clinton brought her economic pitch to the midterms.

Lessons Learned: U.S. Secessionist Groups Reflect on the Scottish Referendum

Far from discouraged, some groups are excited by the momentum generated by Scotland's independence movement. Others smell conspiracy overseas.

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Inside Ad-Makers' Outrageous Arkansas Senate Strategy

From cows and Bibles to Ebola, Mark Pryor and Tom Cotton are peppering Arkansas voters with some of the most remarkable political ads of the year.

The GOP's 2016 Foreign Policy Problem

Republicans have an edge on international affairs, but their crop of presidential contenders are untested, especially compared with Hillary Clinton.

Why Is Rand Paul Opening an Office in Silicon Valley?

The Kentucky senator is just part of a 21st century gold rush.

Americans Increasingly Support Religion in Politics

A new study finds that Americans think the influence religion has in daily life is declining, and that they don't like it.

With National Security Emerging as Top Issue, Candidates Adjust Strategies

In Arkansas, Democrats thought Tom Cotton's hawkishness would be a major vulnerability. Now, it's a late-breaking asset.

The Emergence of Hillary Clinton, 2014 Cheerleader

In a speech at the DNC's Women's Leadership Conference, Clinton brought her economic pitch to the midterms.

Lessons Learned: U.S. Secessionist Groups Reflect on the Scottish Referendum

Far from discouraged, some groups are excited by the momentum generated by Scotland's independence movement. Others smell conspiracy overseas.

See More