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They’re Tea Partiers by any other name, but that narrative just isn’t in vogue this year.

Eric on this week’s concerts and Reed on how local TV stations boost their bottom lines with a deluge of election ads.

ALEC writes the laws, the lawmakers just have to plug in the name of their state.

Los Angeles is trying to make good jobs vital to producing good food.

If Democrats lose Senate races in North Carolina and Iowa, will the party stop campaigning on reproductive rights?

Hiding in the shadow of the Kochs, a group of fellow travelers aim to roll back labor and environmental regulations while also profiting from ventures that target low-income communities.

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The arrival of men signifies a sea change, part of an extraordinary year for feminism, in which the conversation has been transformed.

Conservative dark money spends big to tell young voters in battleground states about pro-pot, anti-war “progressive” third-party candidates.

The largest demonstration in history against the NFL’s racial slur of a brand has roots north of the border.

Dollars are pouring into the race over oil, guns and ideology. 

The Senate minority leader appears not to have disclosed his hotel expenses for the already secretive gathering of far-right donors and politicians.

These videos, culled nationally from the current electoral cycle, make clear why it’s so important to vote on Tuesday.

Heaven forbid if you say something true during an election.

A bafflingly sexist move could scar the 2015 Women's World Cup.

Colorado Senator Mark Udall has challenged the NSA and defended the Constitution.

Using bait-and-switch strategies and confusing language, anti-choice advocates are trying to restrict access to safe, legal abortion.

The way we use the police in this country is inherently discriminatory. 

Chomsky discusses the past, present and future of Latin American politics. 

Forty-two people are responsible for nearly a third of Super PAC spending in the 2014 election cycle.

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