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An Animated Look at the 2012 Republican TV Primary
The longest-lasting GOP presidential campaigns waited until late to go on TV, and other lessons from animated maps of the 2012 race.
By Scott Bland
What’s the Point of Anything Anymore, in Three Emojis or Less
August political Twitter, as August as you’d think.
By Matt Berman
Clinton’s Conspiracy of Secrecy Worthy of Criminal Probe
Maybe the dog ate her email.
By Ron Fournier
Here’s Why Donald Trump Will Actually Matter in 2016 — and a Few Reasons Why He Won’t
The billionaire real-estate tycoon and primetime personality just announced he’s running for president. He’s not going to win the nomination, but he’s going to be tough to ignore.
By Nora Kelly
Why Political Reporters Should Be Covering the Canadian Election Instead
At this point in time, it’s a lot more interesting and matters a whole lot more than Trumpmania.
By Emma Roller
Jeb Bush: ‘I Don’t Regret’ Calling Children of Illegal Immigrants ‘Anchor Babies’
The 2016 Republican defended his comments on the controversial expression, while at the same time trying to distance himself from the term.
By Clare Foran
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