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We called the offices of every House member to find out whether they are holding town halls during the August recess.
Here’s how far you can get from America’s largest downtowns if you leave at rush hour.
When it comes to ideologically extreme candidates, research suggests that winning swing voters doesn't matter — the deciding factor might be the other party’s turnout.
More NHL and NBA teams have won consecutive championships than NFL and MLB. Here’s why.
Theft from Chicago grocery stores dropped 30 percent when Illinois changed its food stamp distribution schedule.
A breakdown of who can get in under the new restrictions
We looked at five types of gun control enacted at the state level. How do the laws in your state compare?