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Kentucky Republicans Turn to Their Favorite TV Bogeyman: Barack Obama

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.

Latino PACs Eye a Bigger Role in 2016

Emboldened by presidential-election-year turnout, groups are raising more money and making earlier endorsements.

Joe Biden’s Political Moment

For the first time, the vice president looks like a more electable Democrat than Hillary Clinton.

Grenades, Swords and Birds Stuffed in Socks: Welcome to the TSA’s Instagram Account

#FF the Transportation Security Administration for all your quirky airport blunders.

Gay Rights May Come at the Cost of Religious Freedom

Anti-discrimination statutes are coming into conflict with laws designed to preserve freedom of conscience, especially in the private sector.

Will Congress Protect Gay Rights Beyond Marriage?

Democrats propose sweeping new protections against discrimination, as some Republicans back a bill that would apply to employment and housing.

Can A Computer Guess Who Is a Republican and Who Is a Democrat?

Artificial intelligence can recognize speech patterns that distinguish the parties. 

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