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Religious freedom supporters hold a rally to praise the Supreme Court's decision in the Hobby Lobby, contraception coverage requirement case on June 30, 2014 in Chicago.

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Religious freedom supporters hold a rally to praise the Supreme Court's decision in the Hobby Lobby, contraception coverage requirement case on June 30, 2014 in Chicago.

Taking Hobby Lobby to the Bank

Updated at 10:30 pm EDT Republicans are attempting to take Hobby Lobby to the bank. The Supreme Court ruled today that family-run businesses, including the chain of craft stores that brought the complaint, can claim a religious exemption from the...

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Voting stickers in Athens, Ohio, on Nov. 6, 2012.

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Voting stickers in Athens, Ohio, on Nov. 6, 2012.

Republicans More Likely to Vote: Democratic Strategists

Two leading Democratic political strategists are warning the party this year  that it is dangerously behind in one of the most fundamental chores of electoral politics: Convincing supporters it’s worth their while to vote. Democrats are now 7 percentage points...

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Democratic strategist James Carville

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Democratic strategist James Carville

Greenberg, Carville: House Democrats May Top 2012 Gains

Several factors point to Democrats falling well short of winning a majority of House seats in the 2014 election. Republican-drawn congressional maps narrowed the universe of politically competitive districts. Democrats saturate big population centers, diluting their influence, while Republicans are...

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Artist Jason Baalman's Barack Obama and Mitt Romney Cheetos Election Portraits in Colorado Springs, Colo.

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Artist Jason Baalman's Barack Obama and Mitt Romney Cheetos Election Portraits in Colorado Springs, Colo.

Debate: One in Four Persuadable?

In the run of polling heading into the first presidential debate of the season, surveys have shown President Barack Obama leading Republican Mitt Romney by as little as 3 percentage points and by as much as seven. The polls also...

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