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In contrast to Ronald Reagan and George W. Bush, Mitt Romney has turned a terrorist attack into partisan fodder.
Mark the name of R. Glenn Hubbard, the man who will make your life miserable if Mitt Romney is elected president.
The Wisconsin senate candidate rejects the idea of corporate personhood.
How can progressives balance support for the Democrats with the need to mobilize grassroots support for social and economic causes?
From voter ID laws to inaccessible polling stations, Native voters in Arizona face a cascading series of hurdles to participating in the November election.
Bill Baker and Evan Leatherwood on Romney's assault on PBS; Christie Thompson on juveniles in solitary confinement
It will be resisting not only voter-suppression laws in key swing states but also harassment from the Tea Party group True the Vote.
I wish, just once, an endorsement of a Democratic presidential candidate would mull over some serious structural issues that are at stake.
After the first presidential debate, the media follow-up focused almost exclusively on its theatrics and the implications for the “horse race.”
The impact of an Obama presidency is better answered by partisanship than race—but race still matters.