Jennifer Duffy

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Editor and nonpartisan political analyst for the Cook Political Report

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There were primary elections for the US Senate and Congress in eight states yesterday.

Are Republicans Getting their Party Together?

There were primary elections for the US Senate and Congress in eight states yesterday.

from To the Point

Republicans and Democrats are calling each other "brain dead," "un-American," "tools of special interests" and "enemies of the Middle Class," par for the course during midterm…

US Senate Elections that Could Make a Difference

Republicans and Democrats are calling each other "brain dead," "un-American," "tools of special interests" and "enemies of the Middle Class," par for the course during midterm…

from To the Point

When the new Congress opens for business, a record 20 percent of the Senators will be women. In the House, they've increased their numbers from 52 to 61.

Has the 'Year of the Woman' Finally Arrived?

When the new Congress opens for business, a record 20 percent of the Senators will be women. In the House, they've increased their numbers from 52 to 61.

from To the Point

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Josh Barro, Liz Bruenig and Tim Carney talk about Kyrsten Sinema’s political ideology (or lack thereof) and whether the child care and climate proposals in the Democrats’ spending bill…

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For the first time ever, more than 100,000 Americans died from a drug overdose in just one year , according to preliminary numbers released by the CDC this week.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

City Hall has an “addiction to punishment” and members of the City Council rushed to judgment when they suspended Mark Ridley-Thomas, says Councilman Marqueece Harris-Dawson.

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Just 28% of voters approve of the job Vice President Kamala Harris is doing, according to a recent poll from USA Today and Suffolk University.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Josh and Ken talk about the indictment of Steve Bannon, the end of Summer Zervos’ defamation lawsuit against former President Trump, and more.

from All the Presidents' Lawyers

Celebrity athletes are shaping American politics and culture, says Jane Coaston of the New York Times.

from To the Point

The U.S.-Mexico border is set to reopen following a long shutdown to all but “essential” traffic.” This will likely bring heavy traffic, sanitation issues and crimes.

from Zócalo's Connecting California

Aaron Maté joins Robert Scheer to discuss the damning new Justice Department evidence that the Hillary Clinton campaign conspired to finance and promote the totally fraudulent “Steele…

from Scheer Intelligence

Josh Barro and Ken White revisit executive privilege and whether a former president can make a strong claim to keep records private.

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