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With a Democratic Push, Gender Gap Widening Into Gender Gulf in 2014

Polls show a larger divide between men and women than in past elections. Democrats need a historic spread for success.

When Plagiarism Doesn't Matter

Scott Walker's Democratic challenger is facing heat for copying policy ideas from other candidates. But many other contenders, from both parties, have used similar tactics.

In Kansas, Independent Senate Candidate Holds Washington Connections

Greg Orman is proclaiming his independence, but the group backing his campaign sounds surprisingly partisan.

Can Rand Paul Have It All?

His schedule in North Carolina shows how hard it will be for the 2016 contender to convincingly shift to the Republican middle.

Independent Voters Could Decide Senate Control

New data from Third Way find independent registration soaring from Colorado and Kansas to North Carolina.  

Ron Paul Thinks There Should Be More Secessionist Movements in the U.S.

The former U.S. congressman and perennial presidential candidate tells National Journal that he's "real pleased" with American secessionist groups.  

Obama's Pass-the-Buck Presidency

The president has a pattern of deflecting blame and denying responsibility. With military action against ISIS underway, that's a dangerous habit.

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With a Democratic Push, Gender Gap Widening Into Gender Gulf in 2014

Polls show a larger divide between men and women than in past elections. Democrats need a historic spread for success.

When Plagiarism Doesn't Matter

Scott Walker's Democratic challenger is facing heat for copying policy ideas from other candidates. But many other contenders, from both parties, have used similar tactics.

In Kansas, Independent Senate Candidate Holds Washington Connections

Greg Orman is proclaiming his independence, but the group backing his campaign sounds surprisingly partisan.

Can Rand Paul Have It All?

His schedule in North Carolina shows how hard it will be for the 2016 contender to convincingly shift to the Republican middle.

Independent Voters Could Decide Senate Control

New data from Third Way find independent registration soaring from Colorado and Kansas to North Carolina.  

Ron Paul Thinks There Should Be More Secessionist Movements in the U.S.

The former U.S. congressman and perennial presidential candidate tells National Journal that he's "real pleased" with American secessionist groups.  

Obama's Pass-the-Buck Presidency

The president has a pattern of deflecting blame and denying responsibility. With military action against ISIS underway, that's a dangerous habit.

See More