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Tom Tancredo's bid for governor tests Colorado's political climate

Stop the politics and build the veterans cemetery now

Baseball, Politics and Our Data-Driven Life

Virginia gov race ad sparks outrage, portrays Gillespie supporter trying to mow down kids

WATCH: Obama says 'what's wrong with our politics is a reflection of something wrong in our civic culture'

Cramer: Forget politics. Here's why the market's moves are genuine

Farage says US Jews have disproportionate influence over politics

Progressive Politics Can Probably Survive 4 Years of Trump. It Might Not Be Able to Survive 8.

Miami University senior jumps into local politics

Trump's Approval Rating Drops to Lowest Level Yet in New NBC News/WSJ Poll

Jeb Hensarling spoke to us about what drew him to politics months before calling it quits

Good politics is the solution to protests hurting economy

As a Cornered Donald Trump Screams About 'Witch Hunts' and 'Evil Politics,' Time for the Real Press to Step Up

California's gas tax increases Wednesday, and the political fallout is likely to spill over into 2018 elections

We MPs must act quickly on sexual abuse or bring politics into disrepute

All Local Politics Are Stupid (in Part Because They're National)

Westminster staffer says she was sexually assaulted by MP

How the politics of the Left lost its way

Hungarian Leader Should Stop Meddling in Ukrainian Politics

House of Lords should be cut to 600, report suggests

Politics Briefing newsletter: Mueller's investigation just beginning

Trump Costumes Are Everywhere Because Politics Is a Popular TV Show

Marco Rubio 'House of Cards' ... Doesn't Do DC Politics Justice

Mangosuthu Buthelezi: A life in politics

Brexit weekly briefing: clarity in short supply as deadlock continues

Labour says government betting terminal proposals 'deeply disappointing' - Politics live

Queensland election: independent MP Billy Gordon quits politics

Politics And Investing: Keep Them Separate

The sex scandal fears haunting Theresa May: Mirror Politics morning briefing

Kenya and the politics of provocation

Gregoire still a force in politics — this time, behind the scenes

Upstairs at home, with the TV on, Trump fumes over Russia indictments

Please leave politics out of Halloween

BC government introduces campaign finance reform to municipal politics

Facebook now says 126 million Americans probably saw Russian posts that tried to sway US politics

When Politics Becomes Your Idol

For politics, a ray of hope

Complicity in the sexual abuse of women is built in to the heart of our politics

White House Downplays Russia Probe Charges

How correlating homosexuality to child molestation influenced politics

Venezuela's opposition suffers 'deep political crisis'

From the 1979 archives: Politics, Marriage Hard to Mix, Legislators Find

'Bedlam Out Here in Arizona' After Jeff Flake Departs Senate Race

Most Americans Think US Politics Has Hit a 'Dangerous Low Point,' Poll Finds

The Latest: Barcelona coach: Team not distracted by politics

Kelly McParland: Kenney's win will shift Western politics, while East shifts ambitions too

Leadsom pledges support team for victims of sexual harassment in parliament

Trump Says Any Manafort Misdeeds Occurred 'Years Ago'

Dread hangs over Washington as Manafort, Gates turn themselves in

To bring back trust in politics, Britain needs a local measure of GDP

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