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Why alleged collusion between private equity firms, like Bain Capital, matters to ordinary people.

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Romney is dealing with getting outspent by taking risks in New Hampshire and Iowa.

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How Mitt Romney learned to hate the press

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Zingers Don't Win Debates

Sighing and sweat have decided more presidential debates than great “zingers.”

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Obama's national advantage is buttressed by a lead in states worth 348 electoral votes.

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In 1906, James McKeen Cattell of Columbia University assembled a list of the 1000 most eminent American scientists of his day and published an analysis of their geographic distribution in the journal Science, including the 40 cities with at least five top scientists. Those cities correspond to 30 metropolitan areas today. Those metropolitan areas were home to 26 percent of 1900 U.S. population but 78 percent of the nation’s top scientists. Today, these metropolitan areas account for 24 percent of the U.S. population and 42 percent of U.S.

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Why would anyone put his money in the Cayman Islands if there were, as Romney claims, no tax advantages?

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Obama has the votes he needs to win. If Romney can't persuade them to switch sides, then he just has to hope they don't vote.

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The cradle of quarterbacks in the age of concussions.

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The Bounce Has Arrived

The tracking polls suggest that Obama has opened a potentially meaningful lead over Romney.

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