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  • Rauner still has to deal with Speaker Madigan

    Rauner still has to deal with Speaker Madigan
    Even before Bruce Rauner declared victory in the race for governor Tuesday night, he understood the most important thing: He'll have to deal with the little guy who runs things. Boss Madigan. He's controlled Illinois for decade after decade after...
  • Script flipped in 2016 Senate majority battle

    WASHINGTON After securing control of the Senate on Tuesday, Republicans are already staring down a daunting map for 2016. The majority of the Senate battleground in the next election cycle will be fought on Republican turf, with the GOP defending two-...
  • Ann McFeatters: Voters have no clue how to solve the nation's problems

    WASHINGTON � After the world's most expensive election $4 billion, Americans have made it crystal clear they haven't a clue what to do about the nation's problems. This is how we, the electorate, are being described: Sour. Dyspeptic. Demoralized....
  • How Hogan won: Democrats stayed home in city, key counties

    How Hogan won: Democrats stayed home in city, key counties
    Larry Hogan won his race for governor not just because Marylanders of both parties turned out to support his call for lower taxes, but because tens of thousands of Democrats in key jurisdictions stayed home. Turnout plummeted in Baltimore city and...
  • Review: 'American Queen' by John Oller

    By Patrick T. Reardon Mary Todd Lincoln was in her glory. It was March 28, 1861, and she had hosted her first state dinner at the White House as the nation's first lady. She was saying goodbye to her guests, including Kate Chase, the daughter of her...
  • For Partisan Media, Political Gridlock Will Yield Dividends

    Rush Limbaugh gloated Wednesday. Rachel Maddow went the glass-half-full route - offering "straws to grasp," as the MSNBC host put it - by opening her show accentuating some of Tuesday's positive results for Democratic candidates and progressive causes....
  • Voters have no idea how to solve America's problems

    After the world's most expensive election $4 billion, Americans have made it crystal clear they haven't a clue what to do about the nation's problems. This is how we, the electorate, are being described: Sour. Dyspeptic. Demoralized. Disgusted....
  • Buckle up: The 2016 presidential campaign starts now

    NASHUA, N.H. The end of the 2014 midterm elections can mean only one thing: It's time to launch the 2016 presidential race. The contest to the White House kicked off Wednesday, two years before voters will decide who succeeds President Barack Obama....
  • Latinos concerned about immigration, economy; feel unappreciated by Democrats

    WASHINGTON Latinos nationwide remain firmly in the Democratic camp, but a good chunk of them say the party they generally support doesn't really care about them, according to a new poll. The pre-election poll of Latino likely voters asked respondents...
  • Obama's last chance to save his legacy

    Obama's last chance to save his legacy
    The mutiny started in West Virginia, and within four hours, Republicans had seized control of the U.S. Senate from President Barack Obama's Democratic Party. Ouch. Watching a national referendum on, well, himself unfold Tuesday night, Barack Obama saw...
  • Why Hogan won

    Why Hogan won
    Republican Larry Hogan's victory in Maryland's governor's race was a stunning political upset. The businessman ran a strong campaign that was focused almost entirely on taxes and the economy. He avoided potentially divisive issues and presented himself as...