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With the One-Week DHS Funding Bill, Republicans Again Find Themselves Mired by Distractions

The fight to come on the Hill this week will just emphasize the Republican rifts and cloud their legislative agenda.

Giffords's Gun-Control Group Plots Path Forward After Rough 2014 Debut

After few victories and a big controversy last year, Americans for Responsible Solutions is focusing on analytics to help it win future campaigns.

What Happened When I Asked CPAC Conservatives 'Does Barack Obama Love This Country'

Answers split between 'yes' and 'no' until conversations moved the needle.

Poll: With the Parties So Divided, Will Congress Be Able to Pass an AUMF to Combat ISIS This Year?

"Nobody wins if Congress can't agree on AUMF—not that it has stopped them in the past!"

Poll: Will Foreign Policy Give the GOP an Advantage in 2016?

"Let the scare tactics begin."

Who Hacked My Toaster?

By wirelessly connecting nearly every device we use, from refrigerators to cars, the Internet of Things is creating a brand-new digital universe that's full of both promise and...

CPAC Straw-Poll Winners Don't Always Become GOP Nominees

The annual poll is not a reliable predictor of who goes on to capture the Republican presidential nomination.

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