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By beating the legendary Ted Stevens, Begich became Alaska's first Democrat in Congress since 1981.
The British prime minister gives the United States a shot in the arm.
In an ideal world, he should veto it. But we live in the real world, and he's got other priorities.
The king of talk radio asked the president to debate on his radio show.
No-taxation without representation doesn't solve the problem.
A majority of the U.S. public wants voting rights for the nation's capital.
Don't let secondary issues obscure the outrage of D.C.
If we're voting, mark one down for the 600,000 disenfranchised Americans.
A bill could end the nation's only federally funded school choice voucher program.
A Vietnamese immigrant who left a Jesuit seminary for politics eked out surprise victory in Louisiana.