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New technology allows campaign organizations to buy ad time during the TV programs that are most watched by voters they want to reach.
Late summer polling suggests Republican governors seeking re-election not only won't ride a GOP wave to victory, they may even be crushed.
If you're sick of cynicism in politics, you might want to avert your eyes from the Senate for the next few weeks.
For more than a year, a regulatory super-group has investigated whether MetLife poses a systemic risk to the financial system if it fails, the way that insurer AIG did in the 2008 crisis.
"Increasing the legal labor workforce is something we are going to support nine times out of 10," said Angelo Amador, vice president of labor and workforce policy at the National Restaurant Association.
» Editorial: IRS scandal needs a special prosecutor
Last summer, Obama had called the IRS scandal "inexcusable" and forced the head of the IRS to resign. How times change.
» Paul Bedard: Big Labor says eat only 'union-made' for Labor Day BBQ
Make that Labor Day barbecue a union-made feast, says the AFL-CIO, which provides a list of labor-made hot dogs, beer and ice cream.
The choice of Wisconsin for a Labor Day event was deliberate. A deeply polarized state, it has been the epicenter of a major fight in recent years over the power of government workers' unions with a highly competitive governor's race this fall.
The U.S. has struggled with the corruption in Afghanistan's government over the past 13 years, including having millions of dollars being diverted to the Taliban.
While solar's slice of the U.S. electricity pie is still small -- it accounted for just 0.2 percent of total generation in 2013 -- the electric utility industry is viewing it as a disruptive force.
Hillary Clinton hasn't announced a run officially, but her actions have pretty much confirmed what most people already thought.