Politics

Tuesday Predictions

The status quo, preserved.

Can Unions Stop Romney?

Labor may be divided—but it's a united force in Ohio and other swing states.

The State of the Swing States

Three days ahead of the election, what does the electoral map look like if you average the averages?

In Nevada, Will Demographics Trump Ethics?

Can Democrat Shelley Berkley overcome her scandals to pick up a Senate seat?

Sandy, Why Are You So Blue?

Liberals who think the hurricane won't matter because it primarily affected Democratic-leaning states should think again.

Wisconsin's Red-State Scare

Amid setbacks for progressives, Tammy Baldwin seeks to prove that the Badger state hasn't gone Republican.

Conservatives Confidently Predict Romney Victory

We're all prey to confirmation bias.

I Can Haz Recovery?

The recovery has wings, which will be a huge boost for whoever wins the presidency.

Fix the Debt or Save the Coasts?

The impact of Hurricane Sandy shows the importance of public investment in infrastructure.

One Speech, Two Speech, Red State, Blue State

Both presidential campaigns visited Colorado this Thursday, trying to fire up their bases before the polls close in a short five days.

Weather Underground

New York City has been preparing for climate-borne threats to the transportation system for years.

Heckuva Job, Barry

Why it's perfectly fair that Sandy is affecting the presidential campaign

Ohio's Brown Revolution

What will the fighting liberal senator's likely re-election mean for the future of Ohio Democrats?

Equality's Amazing Vanishing Act

Polling shows a solid majority of voters in Washington support the state's same-sex marriage referendum. But will that edge evaporate once voters hit the voting booth?

Show Us Your Model

Explaining Nate Silver trutherism and the real reasons liberals lean on the election's star blogger.

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