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The cranky, quirky and sometimes progressive politics practiced by a generation once considered slackers could be a deciding factor in this presidential election.
Minnesota Senate candidate Al Franken has won wide support among voters--and conservatives are getting scared.
The Paris Principle: politics are sooo hot.
A longtime activist, running in a special City Council election, is just what New Orleans needs.
Memo to Congress: the Arctic is on thin ice--and so are you.
Politics aside, a speeded-up primary season may be a unique opportunity to rethink our notions of time altogether.
As California Republicans seek to game the dysfunctional Electoral College, a campaign is rising to establish a national popular vote.
Memo to candidates: There are more atheists, agnostics and skeptics out there than you think. How about sending us some love?
A dialogue between the peace activist and The Nation's editor over Sheehan's plan to run for Congress against Representative Nancy Pelosi.
It's early in the game, but his bid to unseat Minnesota Republican Senator Norm Coleman is gaining strength.
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