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Democrats express frustrations — including that the race is a tossup — and the governor gets the message.
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Can you find the three infected people out of 310 million? (No.)
Al Kamen and Colby Itkowitz
Attention, PACs: Your names are lame. (Except for Tu PAC one.)
This is the second article on Northern Virginia congressional candidates’ positions on the federal workplace.
Ex-Blackwater chief said that the conviction of four of his former employees for their roles in the 2007 fatal shooting of 14 unarmed Iraqis was unexpected.
Drawing charges of hypocrisy, GOP groups are attacking Democrats who supported conservative ideas.
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Donors, sleepers and silly subject lines.
Palin has feuded with Republican Gov. Sean Parnell. Now she wants him out.
Political science at its finest.
This ad released by Jeff McCormick for Governor uses video footage of Nelson Mandela and a narrator who sounds like Morgan Freeman to promote the independent candidate for Massachusetts.
Juliet Eilperin and David Nakamura
The latest suspect’s rapid capture posed a marked contrast to the Secret Service’s handling of a similar incident in Sept.
Rosalind S. Helderman
The intern and her mother were threatened with criminal prosecution if she did not agree to wear a wire.
Republicans have drawn even among women in polling.
Chris Karpowitz and Tali Mendelberg
If there are enough boys, then probably yes. The lesson: group context - and not just leaning in or changing men’s attitudes - matters for empowering women politically.
House candidate John Foust discusses federal employee issues.
The most brazen -- and perhaps dumbest -- campaign ad of the year.
Where people usually jump the fence to get into the White House -- and what happens next.
The predicted winner in several Senate races: someone viewed more negatively than positively.
The private sector may hold back women due to cultural bias, but we expect the government to be above those biases
The Koch-backed American Future Fund is behind the online ad campaign "More Weed, Less War" which encourages young people in North Carolina to cast their vote for Libertarian U.S. Senate candidate Sean Haugh, who supports marijuana legalization.
Do botched executions change how people feel about executions? No, not really.
The two sides have a deep disagreement about where this one is headed.
That’s 10 ads for every commercial break, statewide.
Jerry Markon and Julie Zauzmer
Officials said the jumper was taken into custody after being bitten by a guard dog on the North Lawn.
Here’s a look at wage gaps by state, according to the National Women’s Law Center.
Earlier this week, the NBA, NCAA, NFL, NHL, and MLB argued New Jersey’s plan to allow sports betting violated state law. New Jersey says it disagrees.
These folks apparently were able to cast ballots for Andrew Cuomo and Theodore Roosevelt.
Can you guess whether these zany-sounding projects were real government expenditures or stoner ideas?
An argument easily disproved with data.
A majority of likely voters say they support the pair of measures, which would improve water infrastructure and bolster a rainy-day fund.
Veteran career diplomat and deputy secretary of State Bill Burns is retiring after 32 years.
Inflation-related adjustment allows larger savings in TSP, 401(k) plans in 2015.
House Speaker Bobby Harrell will plead guilty to using campaign funds for personal purposes.
GOP candidates have about three times as many “likes.“
Yet that vast majority of the map remains untouched.
If you build a zombie empire and then try to run for office, the jokes will come.
The Republican U.S. congressional candidate for Arizona's 2nd district, Martha McSally, responds with humor to attacks from her Democratic opponent, Rep. Ron Barber.
Former senator Larry Pressler recently cited the work of Baxter Black, who is no newcomer to politics.
The American Legion and VFW fight back after a Washington Times article cast doubt on whether they can attract post-9/11 veterans.
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