Molly Redden

Staff Writer

Newspapers in a Time of Need

Boston's papers shined after Monday's bombing. Then again, so did social media.

Boston's papers shined after Monday's bombing. Then again, so did social media.

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On Tuesday, Mother Jones reporter David Corn released audio of Senator Mitch McConnell and his reelection campaign staff yukking it up over the various zany quotes and writings of Ashley Judd, who was considering a run against McConnell at the time.

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Breaking Up Isn't So Hard to Do

Why Harry Reid and the NRA parted ways

Why Harry Reid and the NRA parted ways.

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"I Was Shocked"

Dr. Ben Carson's colleagues react to his gay-marriage comments

Dr. Ben Carson's colleagues are shocked by his gay-marriage comments to Sean Hannity.

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The new laws in North Dakota and Arkansas aren't likely to stand. But they're shifting the conversation in a dangerous direction.

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Junior Goes to Washington

On gay marriage, political kids are calling the shots

On gay marriage, political kids are calling the shots.

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Take a moment to browse the CPAC agenda, and guess which event today was most likely to devolve into a roomful of conservatives yelling “Can I just say something?” and “Stop lecturing us!” If you guessed “Trump the Race Card: Are You Sick and Tired of Being Called a Racist and You Know You’re Not One?”—a panel organized by the Tea Party Patriots—then pat yourself on the back.

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At CPAC, Republicans Talk to Each Other About Talking to Latinos

The conservative conference is big on delusion, short on solution

The conservative conference is big on delusion, short on solution

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The Battle for the GOP's Soul Is Being Waged in Virginia

If Bob McDonnell isn't a conservative, then what hope do Republicans have of rebounding?

If Bob McDonnell isn't a conservative, then what hope do Republicans have of rebounding?

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Not in the Mood for Mellowing

NARAL's new president plans an aggressive approach to the abortion debate

NARAL's new president plans an aggressive approach to the abortion debate.

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