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Reversal of Fortune: How GOP-Style Primaries Are Threatening Senate Democrats

In 2016, it might be the Democrats' turn to shoot themselves in the foot.

How the EPA Tried to Protect Obama’s Climate Plan From the Courts

Legal experts say the new rules on power plants are destined for the Supreme Court, but the EPA tweaked the policy to help improve its chances.

With Their Eyes on Recess, Key Democrats Are Taking a Public Stance on the Iran Deal

The White House got some major momentum in its favor Tuesday. At least until one prominent House Democrat came out against the Obama administration.  

A Rare Red-State Accord for More Voter Access

Voting-rights groups and Republican-led Oklahoma reached a settlement that could help get more people to the polls.

Celebrities Who Have Entered the Political Arena

These celebrities are working as political players, world activists, and environmental saviors.

Hotline's GOP Presidential Power Rankings: The Trump Card

What's next for the presidential campaign after a Donald-dominated summer stretch.  

New Latino Reality in Florida Makes Clinton's Cuba Position Possible

With Cuban-Americans' influence declining in this swing state, her call to end the embargo is not so surprising.

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