Terrorism- or national security-related ads are running with the most intensity since George W. Bush’s re-election campaign.
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Latino voters will carry more influence in the 2016 presidential election than in the midterm elections.
Bill Clinton does a little blame gamin', while Ebola becomes a force to be reckoned with for the Democratic Party.
There's a certain art to telling the leader of the free world that you don't want him around.
A breathtakingly bad GOP ad in the one Senate race that's going great for Democrats.
Where are Linda Tripp, Ken Starr and Sid Blumenthal anyway? Apparently, not on Twitter.
Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren isn't running for president but is rallying support for her Democratic colleagues and laying the groundwork for the future.
In Hot Springs and Little Rock, they believe that Bill Clinton is capable of miracles. Could saving Senator Mark Pryor be one of them?
The contest for governor in Florida is turning into theater of the absurd.
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