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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.

Bird's-Eye View

Those who are no longer in the trenches of political warfare have the best perspective on the perils of partisanship.

Trial Run

Republicans should see the midterms as providing an opportunity to show they can responsibly govern.

The Importance of Running Scared

The midterms confirmed that incumbents should always take an aggressive approach.

A Wave—but No Tsunami

Senate Republicans would have needed to pull off a dramatic upset to meet that bar.

Questions and Possible Answers

The mathematics of Senate control after the midterms is increasingly complex.

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