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Handicapping the Democratic Convention Sites for 2016

Philadelphia and Brooklyn are looking like early front-runners to host.

What's the Point of the Draft Elizabeth Warren Movement?

The liberal favorite already has millions to spend from her campaign account. She doesn't need help from outsiders.

Republicans Keeping Their Faith in Scott Brown

Despite polls showing him struggling to make inroads in New Hampshire, Republicans insist he'll surprise the skeptics.

The IRS Scandal Has Officially Devolved Into Competitive Politicking

It's not pretty.

Who Voted—and Who Didn't—for U.N. Investigation of Potential War Crimes in Gaza

The U.N. Human Rights Council has announced a probe into military operations in the region, triggering dismay from Israelis and praise from Palestinians.

Senator Manchin: What My Daughter Did Should Be Illegal

West Virginia senator vows to support legislation that would stop CEOs like his daughter from renouncing firms' U.S. citizenship.

Planes Are Still Being Shot Down in Ukraine

Two Ukrainian military fighter jets were struck down Wednesday , according to the nation's defense ministry.

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Handicapping the Democratic Convention Sites for 2016

Philadelphia and Brooklyn are looking like early front-runners to host.

What's the Point of the Draft Elizabeth Warren Movement?

The liberal favorite already has millions to spend from her campaign account. She doesn't need help from outsiders.

Republicans Keeping Their Faith in Scott Brown

Despite polls showing him struggling to make inroads in New Hampshire, Republicans insist he'll surprise the skeptics.

The IRS Scandal Has Officially Devolved Into Competitive Politicking

It's not pretty.

Who Voted—and Who Didn't—for U.N. Investigation of Potential War Crimes in Gaza

The U.N. Human Rights Council has announced a probe into military operations in the region, triggering dismay from Israelis and praise from Palestinians.

Senator Manchin: What My Daughter Did Should Be Illegal

West Virginia senator vows to support legislation that would stop CEOs like his daughter from renouncing firms' U.S. citizenship.

Planes Are Still Being Shot Down in Ukraine

Two Ukrainian military fighter jets were struck down Wednesday , according to the nation's defense ministry.

See More