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Indian movie star Rajinikanth joins politics in Tamil Nadu

Ron Southwick: The top 10 scandals in Pennsylvania politics in 2017

A year of politics before the bench

Best year ever, or worst? Goodbye 2017!

Tamil film star Rajinikanth to enter politics in India's 'Detroit'

Bernstein: Trump's lawyers tell him what he wants to hear on Russia

Activists launch 'White Sunday' movement for release of 'political prisoners'

Superstar Rajinikanth enters politics, to contest all seats in 2021 Assembly polls

Social media review of 2017: the politics, the trends and how it all came together

Football hero George Weah scores big goals in politics

Papadopoulos brag to Australian diplomat was key factor in FBI's Russia probe: report

Our Views: Football and politics have shared happier times together

How Donald Trump ate the nation: The President has inserted his toxic brand of politics into every last corner of ...

Fine words alone will not keep Britain in the EU

Politics was in fashion in 2017

The story of 2017, a year of political extremes, in 29 pieces

Theresa May considers move for Boris Johnson in cabinet reshuffle

Tamil film star Rajinikanth to enter politics in India's 'Detroit'

Meet the winner and loser of 2017 in Florida politics

Rajinikanth's political journey: All you need to know

Politics in the New Year

Politics punctuates Texas business in 2017

The Colorado Divide extends far beyond geography into politics, culture and mindset

The best work on political economy in 2017

Indian superstar Rajinikanth tells fans he is entering politics

Donald Trump aide's booze-fuelled admission to Alexander Downer 'helped spark FBI probe into Russian election ...

From Roy Moore to NFL protests, a look back at a year in identity politics

UK economy in 2018: steady growth tempered by Brexit politics

Reframing leadership and reimagining our politics

Rajnikanth's political entry: Full text of his speech

Tamil film star to enter politics in India's 'Detroit'

Our crazy year in politics: 2017

Our View: In 2018, practice a different politics to get results

In Alabama Senate race, thousands favored write-ins over Roy Moore, Doug Jones

Politics will again steal the Asian limelight in 2018

Jeremy Corbyn: Labour is staking out the new centre ground in politics

What I got right, and what I got wrong, about politics in 2017

Meet the winner and loser of 2017 in Florida politics

Jeremy Corbyn boasts Labour represents a new centre ground in British politics

2017: The year politics consumed showbiz

George Weah, an ex-footballer, wins Liberia's presidential election

Indian movie star Rajinikanth joins politics in Tamil Nadu

Rajinikanth announces entry into politics to provide 'honest and transparent' alternative

Scandal, defiance highlight '17 politics

Superstar Rajinikanth enters politics, to contest all seats in 2021 Assembly polls

Politics and the City: Something new for City Council - more diversity

Feisty group 'Better Wyoming' uses divisive attacks to push progressive politics

Meet the winner and loser of 2017 in Florida politics

Superstar Rajinikanth declares, "I am entering politics, will contest upcoming Assembly elections"

Mike Smyth: It was the wildest year ever in BC politics

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