Politics

Newt's Vegas Odds

Gingrich's lack of organization in Nevada will cost him in a state with large numbers of Mormons and libertarians.

It Pays to Be Rich

A new report looks at the many dimensions of poverty in the states.

Komen Foundation Races for the Cuts

The breast-cancer awareness group caves to anti-choice groups and pulls its funds from Planned Parenthood.

Under Threat of Greek Default

The European Union outlines a budget pact in the shadow of economic disaster.

Balancing Faith and Contraceptives

Criticisms of President Obama's new birth control policy skip over the benefits for women's health.

Gingrich, Party of One

Despite the candidate's attempt to brand his loss in Florida as a win, the victory celebration was, frankly, kind of a bummer.

Where Indiana Goes, So Goes the Nation

The state's history with organized labor encompasses the country's pro- and anti-union forces.

Gingrich Campaigns Until the Last Minute

The Florida dark-horse spent the hours before the primary meeting voters.

Austerity Über Alles

Germany's insistence on belt-tightening during the recession stems from a fear of history repeating itself.

Super Facts about Super PACs

Is Citizens United responsible for the influx of private money into political campaigns? 

Does Gerrymandering Violate Free Speech?

The League of Women Voters of Illinois is taking its case to the Supreme Court.

Newt's Old-Time Religion

Evangelical politics might be changing, but you wouldn't know it from this year's GOP contest.

Who Is to Blame for Polarization?

The president should be last on the list of people responsible for the breakdown of bipartisanship.

Beyond the Buffett Rule

To reform our tax code, we have to treat income earned from investments the same as income earned from working.

Memo to GOP: Cold War's Over

Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich risk looking out of touch by bringing up long-vanquished foes on the campaign trail.

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