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Up All Night: Senate Waits to Vote on Patriot Act's Future

No deal yet.

Oklahoma GOP Wants Chairman Out for Protecting Official Guilty of Domestic Abuse

The chairman demoted the guilty official to political director, but state Republicans say that's not enough. Now they want both men gone.  

The Patriot Act's Spy Powers Are Set to Expire. Here's How Every U.S. Senator Has Voted Before.

These are the Senate coalitions that will matter most when the legislation comes to a vote.  

Karl Rove's Crossroads Empire Adds a New Senate Defense Arm

The Rove-supported network will be composed of at least four groups, two of which will exist specifically to defend the GOP's hold on the Senate.

America's First Political Cartoons

A look back at some of the illustrations that graced the pages of Puck  magazine, America's first humor magazine that satirized political and social issues of the day.

People

Steve Jurczyk, Susan Phalen, Ian Prior, and Heather Molino are profiled.

Poll: Are Abundant Must-Attend Events Good or Bad For the Political Process?

"It is really great for Democrats."

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