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Democrats are winning in off-year elections even in GOP strongholds; and polls show the president’s job approval numbers declining  and a desire for Democrats to control Congress.

Are suburban Republicans 'freaked out' by Trump's temperament?

Democrats are winning in off-year elections even in GOP strongholds; and polls show the president’s job approval numbers declining and a desire for Democrats to control Congress.

from One Year Later

Donald Trump took a major hit in Iowa, where he wasn't "the winner" as he predicted. He needs a comeback, and insults are flying.

After Iowa: the GOP Survival Test in New Hampshire

Donald Trump took a major hit in Iowa, where he wasn't "the winner" as he predicted. He needs a comeback, and insults are flying.

from To the Point

With five months to go until the presidential election, tens of millions of dollars are already being spent on campaign advertising.

Obama, Romney and Presidential Messaging

With five months to go until the presidential election, tens of millions of dollars are already being spent on campaign advertising.

from Which Way, L.A.?

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from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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from Left, Right & Center

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from Greater LA

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from Greater LA

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from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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from Life Examined