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GOP Senate Candidates Steer Clear of Defund Planned Parenthood Funding Letter

Two years after a letter pledging to withhold funds from Obamacare at all costs swept through the GOP, a similar proposal regarding Planned Parenthood funding isn't gaining tra...

The Florida Republicans Who Couldn't Draw a Map

GOP leaders have tried—and failed—to come up with new congressional districts after the state's highest court ruled their last effort was too favorable to their party.

Can the Supreme Court Force Congress to Own the War on ISIS?

Judicial intervention may be the only way left to break the political impasse on authorizing Obama's use of force.

New Campaign-Finance-Reform PAC to Boost Four More Democratic Senate Candidates

The group, End Citizens United, plans to spend $25 to $30 million next year.

Murphy Goes on the Attack, Heating Up Florida Democratic Senate Primary With 11 Months to Go

Alan Grayson and his campaign have lit into Patrick Murphy for months. Murphy's campaign is already returning the favor.

North Dakota Governor’s Retirement Refocuses Attention on Heitkamp

"Heitkamp for governor" rumors have rumbled under the surface all year, and her 2016 plans could affect control of the U.S. Senate.

Obama's Letter and Democrats Wavering on the Deal With Iran

The president told Representative Jerrold Nadler of New York that the United States will maintain all options, including military force, should Iran pursue nuclear weapons.

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