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Blocking the Vote

A big country has big problems—but the systematic failure of congressional leadership is making them impossible to tackle. 

How Rising Populism Is Changing the Identities of Both Parties

Rising populism is altering the identities of both parties—and scaring the heck out of the establishment.

Post-Katrina Politics in New Orleans

A new documentary looks at the racial, economic, and cultural divisions the storm brought to the Big Easy.

In No Mood for Trophies

Voters aren't happy with the president or the economy—and that's unlikely to change by November.

Eric Cantor's Untended Fences

The House majority leader’s loss is a reminder of the old political adage: There are two ways to run—scared and unopposed.

The Mississippi Gamble

The Republican Party of the South has changed under Thad Cochran’s feet.

The Arkansas Race Is Not Over Yet

In a year full of tough challenges for the Democrats, Tom Cotton may have opened up an opportunity.

What Questions About Benghazi Say About Today's Political Climate

Partisanship has entered the discussion of a tragedy.

Why Democrats Shouldn't Be Celebrating

The Affordable Care Act's enrollment numbers mean less about the midterms than Democrats think.

No Perfect Political Weapon

A new poll tests voters' attitudes about two key 2014 topics: Obamacare and the economy.

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Blocking the Vote

A big country has big problems—but the systematic failure of congressional leadership is making them impossible to tackle. 

How Rising Populism Is Changing the Identities of Both Parties

Rising populism is altering the identities of both parties—and scaring the heck out of the establishment.

Post-Katrina Politics in New Orleans

A new documentary looks at the racial, economic, and cultural divisions the storm brought to the Big Easy.

In No Mood for Trophies

Voters aren't happy with the president or the economy—and that's unlikely to change by November.

Eric Cantor's Untended Fences

The House majority leader’s loss is a reminder of the old political adage: There are two ways to run—scared and unopposed.

The Mississippi Gamble

The Republican Party of the South has changed under Thad Cochran’s feet.

The Arkansas Race Is Not Over Yet

In a year full of tough challenges for the Democrats, Tom Cotton may have opened up an opportunity.

What Questions About Benghazi Say About Today's Political Climate

Partisanship has entered the discussion of a tragedy.

Why Democrats Shouldn't Be Celebrating

The Affordable Care Act's enrollment numbers mean less about the midterms than Democrats think.

No Perfect Political Weapon

A new poll tests voters' attitudes about two key 2014 topics: Obamacare and the economy.

Show More
 
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