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The Libertarian Policeman Who Could Upend Kentucky's Senate Race

David Patterson is not on the ballot, but in one of the nation's tightest and most closely-watched contests, he garnered 7 percent in a poll this week.

Why Democrats Are Ditching the 'War on Women'

The party that deployed "war" rhetoric to help defeat Mitt Romney is looking for less divisive ways to reach female voters this cycle.

New Poll Shows New Face Leading Race to Replace Gary Peters

Former House members usually have the inside track in primaries, but a new poll from a group supporting a state rep puts Hansen Clarke behind in his comeback attempt.

Should the Government Be Worried About Stoned Drivers?

Congress is looking into the effects of intoxicated driving, but the jury’s still out on how to best police it.

A (Qualified) Salute to President Obama's Style

Style matters in politics, and a fresh one might help Obama break out of his malaise.

What It Means to Be a Black Female Candidate

Stacey Abrams is rising fast in Georgia. Some things she learned along the way.

How Can Republicans Blunt Hillary Clinton's Foreign Policy Edge?

It's been years since Democrats held a national security advantage in a presidential race. If Clinton runs, the GOP will be scrambling to take it away.  

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The Libertarian Policeman Who Could Upend Kentucky's Senate Race

David Patterson is not on the ballot, but in one of the nation's tightest and most closely-watched contests, he garnered 7 percent in a poll this week.

Why Democrats Are Ditching the 'War on Women'

The party that deployed "war" rhetoric to help defeat Mitt Romney is looking for less divisive ways to reach female voters this cycle.

New Poll Shows New Face Leading Race to Replace Gary Peters

Former House members usually have the inside track in primaries, but a new poll from a group supporting a state rep puts Hansen Clarke behind in his comeback attempt.

Should the Government Be Worried About Stoned Drivers?

Congress is looking into the effects of intoxicated driving, but the jury’s still out on how to best police it.

A (Qualified) Salute to President Obama's Style

Style matters in politics, and a fresh one might help Obama break out of his malaise.

What It Means to Be a Black Female Candidate

Stacey Abrams is rising fast in Georgia. Some things she learned along the way.

How Can Republicans Blunt Hillary Clinton's Foreign Policy Edge?

It's been years since Democrats held a national security advantage in a presidential race. If Clinton runs, the GOP will be scrambling to take it away.  

See More