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George F. Will
The actions of a Democratic district attorney are taking a toll on the belief in government’s legitimacy.
The GOP has actually been in the ballgame for each of the last four major statewide campaigns.
Good for candidates. Bad for democracy.
An inspector general is questioning a $3.6 million contract for TV trucks to cover Afghan sports, including horseback goat-hauling matches and cricket.
The experiment by the Susan B. Anthony List is being tried in the tight Iowa Senate race.
Midterm turnout drops off among young people, blacks and unmarried women.
Chris Cillizza, Aaron Blake and Sean Sullivan
The Senate’s massive playing field.
Independent Larry Pressler shakes up a Senate race that was supposed to be easy for Republicans.
Recent history shows the GOP dominates such runoffs.
By some measures, we’re in for another big GOP year, ala 2010. But some indicators lag.
The two-year trial run will take place in San Franciso and builds on earlier tests in the area with Amazon.com.
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.
The notion that the disease is under control is dangerous. Instead, we must prepare for the worst.
The president’s determined detachment conveys the feeling that nobody’s home.
Tell us at #mymidtermfix on Twitter.
Americans have a right to be concerned about the whole enterprise.
House candidate John Foust discusses federal employee issues.
The most brazen -- and perhaps dumbest -- campaign ad of the year.
The two sides have a deep disagreement about where this one is headed.
That’s 10 ads for every commercial break, statewide.
Democrats express frustrations — including that the race is a tossup — and the governor gets the message.
Can you guess whether these zany-sounding projects were real government expenditures or stoner ideas?
Veteran career diplomat and deputy secretary of State Bill Burns is retiring after 32 years.
GOP candidates have about three times as many “likes.“
The American Legion and VFW fight back after a Washington Times article cast doubt on whether they can attract post-9/11 veterans.
Understanding the lack of a pro-Obama vote.
She puts her credibility on the line by uttering the claims herself.
With Ben Bradlee as your boss, you didn’t want to miss a scoop.
A faulty strategy proves disastrous for the corporate icon.
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