Sean Sullivan

politics reporter for the Washington Post

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Races across the country are tightening just two weeks ahead of election day. That’s particularly true in some races that Democrats need to win if they want to retake the House.

With Republicans energized, will there be a blue wave?

Races across the country are tightening just two weeks ahead of election day. That’s particularly true in some races that Democrats need to win if they want to retake the House.

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The Los Angeles Times is reporting that two former employees  filed a class action suit  today against Sony Pictures over the massive computer breach that exposed details about…

Sony Pictures and Cyber Warfare

The Los Angeles Times is reporting that two former employees filed a class action suit today against Sony Pictures over the massive computer breach that exposed details about…

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Last week, it was all about  gridlock on the George Washington Bridge . Today, the New Jersey Governor faces a federal investigation into possible misuse of government relief funds.

Governor Christie's Sandy Ads under Investigation

Last week, it was all about gridlock on the George Washington Bridge . Today, the New Jersey Governor faces a federal investigation into possible misuse of government relief funds.

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