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- Opinion Brief: Did Hurricane Sandy make Chris Christie a lock for re-election?
- Analysis: Conservatives are already shooting down moderate Senate candidates for 2014
- Cartoon View: A misguided makeover
- Analysis: Rick Santorum is 'open' to a 2016 run: Disastrous idea?
- Instant Guide: Could Texas really become a swing state?
- Analysis: Time to kill Iowa's Ames straw poll?
- Fact Sheet: The art of the hedge: A linguistic dissection of Marco Rubio's comments on Earth's age
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- Cartoon View: Bush is in the right
- Opinion Brief: Bin Laden fallout: Is Obama slighting Bush?
- Instant Guide: Could George W. Bush face arrest in Switzerland?
- Fact Sheet: Bush's memoir: 6 key revelations
- Timeline: The rehabilitation of George W. Bush: A timeline
- Flashback: Who misses George W. Bush?
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A pre-Super Tuesday poll found that voters think less of the Republican candidates as their combative primaries drag on. Can the GOP bounce back?
While conservatives grieve over the loss of a liberal bête noire, some on the Left engage in a little grave-dancing. Would Breitbart actually approve?
Catholic leaders are self-righteously trying to infringe on the liberty of all Americans. And head-in-the-sand Republicans are cheering them on
Mitt Romney is the latest victim of the glitzy assault by gay activists, joining Newt Gingrich and Rick Santorum, who have also been stuck picking sparkles from their hair
Republicans are getting hammered for their bungling of the payroll tax cut extension. How badly will it hurt the GOP going into an election year?
The House speaker rejects the Senate's bipartisan tax deal after members of his caucus revolt. Just who's calling the shots in the House?
A look at the cinematic tastes of the GOP's past and present presidential hopefuls
Dissatisfied with Rick Perry, many conservatives are hopelessly trying to draft New Jersey's governor. But let's face it — he's no messiah
The Republican speaker pushes through a stopgap spending bill — but only after bowing to conservatives who embarrassed him earlier this week
Liberals cry foul after top Republican leaders urge Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke not to use monetary policy to help juice the sputtering economy
Nancy Pelosi labels House Speaker John Boehner "disrespectful" for opting not to respond to the president's big speech on Thursday
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- Diagnosing the Home Alone burglars' injuries: A professional weighs in
- The lingering mystery of the 1964 World's Fair
- Watch Fox News' Megyn Kelly claim Santa, like Jesus, is a white guy
- Which professions have the most psychopaths?
- Millennial women have seriously narrowed the wage gap with men
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- 5 surprising snubs from the Golden Globe nominations
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