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The GOP's Voter-ID Problem

As the 2016 cycle begins, a new study documents Americans' Democratic leanings.

Republican Bracketology

Which GOP candidates will survive the first few rounds and advance to the Final Four?

The Trouble With Being Jeb Bush

A new poll adds to the evidence that Bush will have to combat a negative impression, one he's unlikely to have earned himself. 

The Early Betting Lines for 2016

What the nation's top horse race looks like now.

Stress Tests for Republicans

Can Scott Walker and GOP congressional leaders step up their game?

The Outrage Dilemma

How exactly can a war-weary United States "do something" about ISIS and Ukraine?

The Front-Runner’s Peril

Would Hillary Clinton face the usual obstacles on her way to the Democratic nomination?

When Trends Collide

Which political pattern will prevail in the 2016 presidential race?

The GOP After Obama

As the president becomes less relevant, it's time for Republicans to focus on the next big issue: real incomes.

A Deeper Understanding of an Enigmatic President

The Stranger offers a deeper understanding of the actions and motivations of an enigmatic president.

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