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Is Hillary Clinton Too Hawkish for Iowa Democrats?

Despite the pageantry of the Harkin Steak Fry, Iowa Democrats still recall her vote for the Iraq War.

The Future of Campaign Finance Reform May Rest With Silicon Valley

The debate in Congress this week was a sideshow to a longer, well-funded fight.

Dinesh D'Souza Is Winning

Conservatism's former enfant terrible has been cast out of polite society and may soon face jail time. But business has never been better.

Poll: Would GOP Control of the Senate Bring a 'Grand Bargain'?

"That ship has sailed," says one Republican Insider.

Poll: Which Campaign Trend Are You Paying Closest Attention To?

Insiders are split between unlimited spending and hyper-targeted use of data.

People

Courtney Gaine, Bailey Wood, Teresa Miller, Kevin Cosgriff.

The Rebel Alliance

Grover Norquist and Ralph Nader, ahead of their time.

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Is Hillary Clinton Too Hawkish for Iowa Democrats?

Despite the pageantry of the Harkin Steak Fry, Iowa Democrats still recall her vote for the Iraq War.

The Future of Campaign Finance Reform May Rest With Silicon Valley

The debate in Congress this week was a sideshow to a longer, well-funded fight.

Dinesh D'Souza Is Winning

Conservatism's former enfant terrible has been cast out of polite society and may soon face jail time. But business has never been better.

Poll: Would GOP Control of the Senate Bring a 'Grand Bargain'?

"That ship has sailed," says one Republican Insider.

Poll: Which Campaign Trend Are You Paying Closest Attention To?

Insiders are split between unlimited spending and hyper-targeted use of data.

The Rebel Alliance

Grover Norquist and Ralph Nader, ahead of their time.

A Room of Our Own

In 1962, Room H-235, the old Speaker's Office, became the "Women's Reading Room."

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