Matthew Cooper

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Editor of the National Journal Daily and former White House managing editor of the National Journal

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Despite predictions that it might take weeks to decide the election,  Mitt Romney conceded  at 1am this morning in Boston. "The nation, as you know, is at a critical point.

President Obama Wins a Second Term

Despite predictions that it might take weeks to decide the election, Mitt Romney conceded at 1am this morning in Boston. "The nation, as you know, is at a critical point.

from To the Point

Two days before the South Carolina primary, Texas Governor  Rick Perry  suspended his presidential campaign today and threw his support to  Newt Gingrich .

Can Newt Gingrich Redeem Himself?

Two days before the South Carolina primary, Texas Governor Rick Perry suspended his presidential campaign today and threw his support to Newt Gingrich .

from To the Point

The House and the Senate have reached a deal on government spending that will keep the Pentagon, the EPA and the Education Department open until the end of this fiscal year.

Congress Averts Government Shutdown, Payroll Tax Still Uncertain

The House and the Senate have reached a deal on government spending that will keep the Pentagon, the EPA and the Education Department open until the end of this fiscal year.

from To the Point

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Steve Scalise, the second highest ranking Republican in the House, got vaccinated against COVID on Sunday.

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Two decades ago, California enacted a law to remove guns from people deemed too dangerous to be armed. But the measure, plagued by problems, has not achieved its promise.

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California voters will decide Gov. Gavin Newsom’s fate September 14. Lt. Gov.

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“I am honored to accept his nomination to serve in this role,'' Garcetti said in a statement. “I love Los Angeles and will always be an Angeleno.

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