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New Friends Court David Vitter Ahead of Possible Senate Vacancy

If Vitter wins his race for Louisana governor, he could appoint his replacement. At least three Republicans already are jockeying for position.

Supreme Court's Same-Sex Marriage Arguments: What to Watch For

The Supreme Court is about to decide whether same-sex marriage should be legal in every state, and Anthony Kennedy is the man in the middle.

Hillary Clinton May Have Lost a Campaign Weapon

Clinton's experience as secretary of State now cannot be mentioned without raising questions of pay-to-play and deleted emails

Hotline's Senate Race Rankings: Majority Up for Grabs

Republicans have to defend many more seats than Democrats in 2016, putting their majority at risk. But they have opportunities in Nevada and Colorado.

Can Same-Sex Marriage Lose?

The stakes are high, but almost everyone seems to expect the same outcome.

Why Senior Executives Leave Government

Senior executives who leave federal service do so largely because of the political environment and to make more money. 

Iowa Dems Are Reeling. Can Hillary Clinton Help?

The 2016 contender is deploying significant resources in Iowa, and her party hopes it helps more than her own candidacy.

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