United States Senate

The banking and media magnate's dealings with corrupt dictators.

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And that food-stamps challenge? Yeah, not helping.

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Want to know how to sneak a gun into the U.S. Capitol? Then Donald Ritchie is your man.

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The only reason Mourdock and Akin lost? They tried to explain an increasingly common position by Republican officer-holders.

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FreedomWorks shot for the Senate this year, and fell far short.

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What exactly would be a good reason to oppose a rape exception for abortion?

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Backstage with Pearl Jam and Jon Tester.

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Arlen Specter, who died Sunday, was driven by a need to be recognized by the broader world.

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Control of the Senate may depend upon Tim Kaine and George Allen's contest in Virginia. So why is the race so boring?

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The U.S. Senate race in Massachusetts between Scott Brown and Elizabeth Warren was supposed to be one of the highlights of the election year: a battle of ideas between a charismatic moderate Republican and a nationally-revered, liberal consumer advocate. Instead, it’s degenerated into one of 2012’s most negative and petty campaigns. It reached a new low this week when video emerged of Brown staffers making “Indian war whoops” and doing tomahawk chops outside the site of the campaign’s first debate last week.

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