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Too close to call in North Carolina

By Warren Cole Smith
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Politics | Republican Thom Tillis challenges Democrat Kay Hagan in one of the most-watched races in the nation

Four pre-election cautions

Four pre-election cautions

By Joel Belz
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Politics | The behavior of Christians is meant to set a standard

Majestic, messy Montana

By Sophia Lee
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Politics | One of the most colorful Senate races this year features an ‘anarchist at heart’ running against a mild-mannered congressman amid a stunning, picturesque…

Billionaire-bashing in Michigan

By Susan Olasky
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Politics | The battle to fill Carl Levin’s U.S. Senate seat looks a lot like previous Michigan campaigns

Concerned women and cultural shifts

By Warren Cole Smith
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Q&A | Penny Young Nance, president of Concerned Women for America, talks about the ways our nation is changing, for better and for worse

Midday Roundup: Lesbians sue after daughter born black

By Lynde Langdon
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Newsworthy | Unwanted. A white Lesbian couple filed a wrongful birth lawsuit this week against a sperm bank that mixed up their vial with that of an African-American man.

Joni Ernst courts seniors in Iowa Senate race

By Daniel James Devine
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Campaign 2014 | The Republican candidate for U.S. Senate looks for support among Iowa’s more experienced voters in her battle against Democrat Bruce Braley

Secret Service director resigns over security lapses

By Leigh Jones
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Government | Following a spate of embarrassing security lapses, Secret Service Director Julia Pierson resigned today at the prompting of President Barack Obama. The…

A Romney rerun might be what Republicans need in 2016

By Kent Covington & Nick Eicher
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Campaign 2016 | This article is the 11th in the White House Wednesday series   by The World and Everything in It  looking at potential 2016 candidates for president.

Colorado students skip school to support revisionist history course

By Laura Edghill
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Education | In an act of protest, students and teachers in Jefferson County, Colo., are skipping school. Students claim they are walking out due to their school board’s…

Can the GOP overcome the Democrats’ magic election bullet?

By Joseph Slife
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Elections | With the midterm election just around the corner, using polls to predict who will win has become sport for media pundits. One problem with pre-election polls…

Will ISIS help Republicans take the Senate?

By J.C. Derrick
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Campaign 2014 | With five weeks until Election Day, polls show terrorism is trending on the list of voters’ concerns

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