Tufts University political scientist Michael Glennon explains why American foreign policy and much American policy never seem to change, no matter who occupies the White House and Congress.
In Wisconsin, Mary Burke is relying on a "pizza ad" that is only half true to sway the uninformed members of the electorate.
As the Republican Party intensifies its efforts to gain control of the Senate in the November 4 elections, an amazing turn of events that no one would have predicted two years ago has occurred. The intense debate about “immigration reform” appears to be helping, rather than hindering, GOP prospects.
According to both Nate Silver and computer model “Leo,” the Republicans have a better than 50-percent chance of winning majority control of the Senate this November. But would Republican control make a big difference in how the Senate votes?